Robust, quite expensively made uncluttered 6x6 camera very similar to Balda Baldixette and Dacora Digna cameras. They all have a similar concept, all metal construction, the collapsible lens tube and a poor viewfinder.
The structural principle reveals that the Goldeck 6x6 would not be suitable to modern mass production. Too many small screws and machined parts to keep the price low. The chromium finish has an excellent, smooth velvet like surface. A deeper view of Goldeck reveals, that to the industrial design was left a minor part in the priorizing of the product planning. In this case the functionality doesn't cover the clumsy look. Well, you might know the saying: "It is so ugly, tha it looks beautifull". One of the most interesting cameras made by Gerhard Goldammer is the Goldeck 16 whic was produced in the early 1960s.
If you happen to see a camera which looks like this but has a different name Goldixette it is the same camera. Goldeck was sometimes named as Goldixette.