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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    4656 can be added. The usual place.

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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    Gordon's site is down, and he hasn't posted on this board since October, so I'm not sure whomever you believe you are telling this to is doing anything with the serial numbers....

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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    Garrett, you should check before posting such things. his site is online - http://hbh.gordonmoat.com/

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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    Believe it or not, I did check! Was down, now up. Disregard.

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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    another one - 4656 - 130465904619

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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    I watched this one, but didn't bid. Can anyone here identify whether this is in fact an HBH? $326 would be a good buy if it is. Doubtless whatever it is, it's in that age group.
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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    #172 makes an appearance on craigslist in Santa Cruz, CA. http://sfbay.craigslist.org/scz/pho/3797190029.html (no connection to seller)

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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Kruger View Post
    #172 makes an appearance on craigslist in Santa Cruz, CA. http://sfbay.craigslist.org/scz/pho/3797190029.html (no connection to seller)
    No. 172 is really earlier.
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    Re: Holmes, Booth & Haydens Lenses

    Did yall see that HBH 8" Petzval that just sold for $3200? No. 2386. I didn't expect that, though the early American radial drive lenses were only made a few years around the Civil War, and are relatively uncommon. Relative to, say a Dallmeyer 2B that was made for 50 years. I've been surprised at how little interest there is in American radial drive petzvals. They are pretty much all I've shot for several years, for wetplate and film. My first, above, found in a collection of 35mm cameras (several rooms full of glass cases), is still my favorite.

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