Produced in the early 1930's the Ensign Autorange 20 faced enormous competition from the Zeiss Super Ikonta series of rangefinder cameras.
It was less modern and less stylish looking, which probably accounts for its loss of market to the Zeiss models.
The Autorange 20 was available with a wide range of lens/shutter combinations.
This one has a rim-set compur shutter equipped with a Zeiss Tessar 105mm f4.5
This example has some signs of use that do not prevent it from beign highly presentable.
Rangefinder and shutter work well, though accuracy cannot be guaranteed