This is Kodak Six-20 Vigilant folding pocket camera with a classic art deco design. It dates to the 1930s. It has an f3.6 Anastigmat lens, and when opened, we found what looks like an unused roll of film. The camera was well used by an advanced amateur, who taped on a table of exposures and f-stops, and corrections for different film. Notice the folded back tape over the red film window, and a couple of black tape repairs on the bellows, and enamel paint loss on the bottom edge of the camera.
The film is probably used. A camera buff of this caliber would have taken some pictures, and when putting the camera back in storage, would have rolled back the film, and made a notation of the exposure number, then advanced the film to that location when they were ready to shoot again, and it is unlikely film would still be usable in any case. Still, the old roll of film would be a nice addition to a vintage camera display.