Camera appears in good condition, shutter and all winding buttons work. Lenses and camera looks very good, there is no corrosion. Meter is active. It seems to be working. Not tested with film. Comes with a generic case (flaking from age) and strap in good shape see pictures, there is no lens cover.
The Ansco Clipper and Flash Clipper were simple non-adjustable cameras made by Agfa Ansco, later Ansco, from the 1930s into the 1950s. (The series began as the Agfa Ansco PD16 Clipper, but Agfa branding was dropped during the WWII years.)
They took 16 images on 616 film. The lens board pulled out of the camera body for taking pictures, and collapsed to make the camera more compact when not in use. The focus and aperture were fixed, while the shutter had I and B settings.