Polaroid Print Copier
Post-Script: I never knew these old B/W print copiers even existed, and so this was quite a surprise to find, especially given its condition, complete with owner's manual, and the price of $10. The lens appears to be clean and scratch-free; I'm not certain if it's glass or plastic, or what the quality of the resulting prints will be like. The copier's lens acts as a close-up attachment for the Polaroid camera's own glass lens, so it's probably pretty good, at least in the center of the image.
I've taken the liberty of scanning all the manual's pages, which are included in a Flickr album, here.
Typecast via Olivetti Underwood 21.
Bonus Images: A few more images of the Polaroid Model 240 Print Copier.
Both camera and copier folded up next to each other:
The copier with its manual, and metal key for tightening the camera's tripod nut, if needed. The front bezel of the copier is a bit warped, but it doesn't affect its performance:
There's a catch that released this fold-out panel, which also deploys the copy lens in front:
Both lamps are accessed via these fold-out doors:
Here's the fold-out door on the back where you insert the original Polaroid to be copied. Also note on the top panel the button that turns on the lamps and starts the analog timer running: