I went back this summer to my birthplace, Sicily and found traditional tomato varieties.
These are assorted tomato varieties from my village Alcara Li Fusi in the Nebrodi Mountains of Northeastern Sicily.
There are two cherry types which may show up in the pictures. One which is completely sphere-shaped is traditional to my area, but the other which is more of an oval/grape cherry tomato is not traditional and is a recent popular commercial Italian cultivar.
The fruits below are of landrace(s) used for making sauce.
This one at first look might seem to be some kind of bicolor, but it seemed to just have yellowish-green shoulders.
The photo below is of landraces used primarily for salads (as mentioned earlier the oval-shaped cherries are not traditional but the spherical ones are).