Richlet 35

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The Richlet 35 was made in Japan by Rich-Ray c.1954. It has a bakelite body with a metal front and top plate. It makes 24×36mm pictures on Bolta-size film. It has a f/5.6 focusing lens with two apertures and a shutter with three speeds plus B. There is a flash terminal on the front and a space to store a spare film in the back.