I don't usually have a reason to post in this sub-forum, however this kit arrived recently, and as it's not the sort of camera one spots every day, I thought that perhaps those of our members who have an interest in the Canon rangefinders might enjoy seeing some photos.
The camera shutter is basically working at all its speeds, although on the slow speed settings, the second curtain will not begin to move until pressure on the shutter release has been eased, so perhaps the Bulb lever is sticking. Not that I would expect the speeds to actually be accurate at present, but I think that a set of curtains and a service will see it working well enough, because it's trying to. The original curtains don't look too bad but are probably past their best. The rangefinder calibration at infinity looks good, though I expect cleaning the optics would possibly brighten the view, which is usable as is anyway.
It's a beautifully made Leica facsimile, and my first experience with an early Canon. If my brief research about the company's older models is correct, the 5cm Serenar lens may be one of the first 1500 or so that Canon ever made.
A 13.5cm Serenar f/4 lens and its accessory finder were also present.