A Ensign Ful-Vue TLR (Made in England, early fifties, 120-film, possible to change focusing by pulling out the lens, though no marked settings; Time and Inst. 1/30, fixed app at 11 according to http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Ensign_Ful-Vue
Looks quite special with it's big viewfinder design.
Works OK (often!)
Mamiya EF2. It's a nice looking camera with manual everything including film advance and rewind. It looks like an early Canon Sure Shot or a Nikon L35AF, but it isn't anything close. Very light plastic body, f4.0 lens, zone focus, 3-holes-in-ring aperture setting, etc. It does have a built in flash and under/over light meter. I paid $4 for it mainly because I thought it looked cool. Not sure if it's really a toy camera with its 3 element lens, but it's certainly the most toyish camera Mamiya ever made.