The ‘Minox A’ - this has been all over the world. Purchased new in the mid 60’s, it was the first compact camera of its time - which was the reason for acquiring. I used it in High-School when ordering film from the Rexall Drug was commonplace, but developing would require shipment to Germany.
It saw use in the hands of the Military during the Cold War, and it shot unauthorized images of the U.S. D.C. Mint during a tour when cameras weren’t allowed in the 70's. Evidently nobody noticed. I used it to take pictures of stuff around the house - like my motorcycle - when I was 16.
This was my Father’s - and now I have it hanging in my studio, from a push-pin on the wall. The beaded chain is long lost - replaced with 550 cord.
It will most likely never have film push-pulled in it ever again. Back in the ’60’s as today - I consider it an engineering marvel.