The Longchamp, made in France, has a (more or less) f/4.5 45mm single element lens, a mirrored viewfinder and two shutter speeds: what seems to be 1/100s and B (without cable release).
It was made in the beginning of the 1940's, and an identical camera was made in the USA at the same time by the Monarch Mfg. Co. The Monarch Mfg. Co. was also known as the Monarck Mfg. Co. They made a series of about dozen bakelite novelty cameras, including the more common Majestic and Pickwick.