This is a rare soviet miniature camera made of bakelite. It has an optical viewfinder and a red window in the rear for film advance. This camera used unperforated 35mm film with a paper backing. It has two shutter speeds B (self timed) and M (about 1/15) and no aperture control. The shutter lever fires the shutter when fired in either direction. It had to be loaded in the dark.
Frame size: 24x24mm
Shutter: 1/15s + B
Few types of Liliput were made during 1937-1940. First type had black or brown body and the Liliput name in Cyrillic on the camera faceplate (as well as GOMZ logo). The subsequent type could have black or brown body. On the rear door there‘s Liliput name in Cyrillic over the red window and GOMZ below.