This camera seems to have the look of a real pre-war Leica II. It is engraved with "E. Leitz Wetzlar" on the top deck. The lens cap reads "Leica" and it appears to have a 50mm Elmar f/3.5 lens. But as well marked and beautiful as it is, and in spite of the silky smooth controls, this is a fantasy that never existed. This is really a Russian Zorki rangefinder, copied to a very large degree from a Leica II, and produced in huge numbers between the end of WWII and the mid 1950s.
Whoever worked on this camera was able to strip down, repair, paint, engrave, and reassemble what is today a beautiful looking camera. To a Leica collector it is very easy to tell this is a fake with telltale features including chrome front screws which should be painted black. The shutter release is without the internal threading for a Leica cable release and the internal rangefinder cam that connects the lens to the rangefinder system is entirely the wrong shape.
Other fantasy Leicas have appeared on the market but few of them have the extensive engraving and presentation plaques that have been added here.