Cube: with Oh symmetry, order 48. All faces are squares.
Trigonal trapezohedron: with D3d symmetry, order 12. If all of the non-obtuse internal angles of the faces are equal (all faces are same). This can be see by stretching a cube on its body-digonal axis. For example a regular octahedron with two tetrahedra attached on opposite faces constructs a 60 degree trigonal trapezohedron:
Right rhombic prism: with D2h symmetry, order 8. It constructed by two rhombi and 4 squares. This can be see by stretching a cube on its face-digonal axis. For example two triangular prisms attached together makes a 60 degree rhombic prism.
A general rhombic prism: With C2h symmetry, order 4. It has only one plane of symmetry through four vertices, and 6 rhombic faces.