The Icarex 35 was a 35mm SLR made by the German company Zeiss Ikon at the end of the 1960s and beginning of the 1970s.
It was originally developed by Voigtländer, but was released after the fusion of Zeiss Ikon and Voigtländer in 1966. The original Icarex 35 model, or Icarex 35, had a focal plane shutter to 1/1000, a special bayonet mount, and an interchangeable finder, with the choice between a waist-level finder, a pentaprism or a metered pentaprism, marked Icarex 35 CS. The exposure meter in the pentaprism was of the through the lens type, but the exposure could only be read with the diaphragm closed. The Icarex 35 also had interchangeable finder screens.
TM badge is a bayonet body made before the thread mount version was introduced.
50/2.8 Tessar (4 element)
This is a used camera, there is no paperwork or warranty, AS-IS. Shutter appears to work, however we do not have the tools to confirm. The lens does have a little dust inside like all lenses this age do. It will not affect the photos.