Another camera that appeared in a box of cameras I have in storage; I only vaguely remember it. I have no idea where I got it, how much I paid, etc. And I never heard of the company.
Amica was a Japanese company. A few of their cameras still seem to be around: this one, a similar model called the 28 with a slower ƒ2.8 lens and the selenium cell around the lens barrel; and a couple of others. They were rebadged in the UK under the name Boots and in the US as Hanimex, and likely various house brands.
Modern Photography test: July 1966 (p.78)
Camera manual: Orphan Cameras.com