I got this camera from my grand-mother who was French. I have been trying to identify it, although there seems to be a large amount of cameras from the same era that Kodak manufactured and that all look extremely similar. On the inside of the lid, it reads "Kodak Six-20", so I know that's its name, but a Google search with this brand and model gives all sorts of different results ("same with Kodak Six-20 6.3 lens").
Maybe it's also known under another name? Or has another model name it's more known as?
The specificities of this one are the metal flat sides, diamond shaped screws, round, art deco front lens piece, red dot on what I believe is the timer, speed ring that reads "Pronto D.R.P. D.G.R.M." (would love to know what it means), and the very specific hand-shaped metal pieces on the side that hold the lens out.
I have found information about the Kodak Six-20 cameras, but what I'm trying to know is which one this one is (or what it's called), around what time this precise model was built, where it was sold, and if there are any particular articles about this precise model online.