Nagel-Werke in Germany introduced this in 1928 as the Nagel 33, then the Recomar 33. Kodak bought the company in 1932 and the Recomar was rebadged as a Kodak.
There are two versions of the Recomar; the 18 is similar but a smaller format (6-½ x 9cm).
The cameras were manufactured until 1939, when World War II shut down production.
Mine has a Kalart rangefinder, which was a non-standard accessory.
Camera manual: Orphan Cameras.com