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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Now this sounds familar! Was it one on Tradera?
    The No. 4 is the biggest in this fine series.

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Steven and Stephane thank you both very much for the great amount of information made available.

    Years ago, I tried hard to find a copy of the "Traite". The only one I found was at an asking price so far beyond my means that I didn't think it even worthwhile trying to bargain. Now, to see it pop up on my computer screen is wonderful.

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Steven, l searched for Buch Weitwinkel Aplanat sere C, but l only foud Ole's glory to this wide angle objectives. I'll be very thankful, if you can share the catalogue page showing the data.
    Marko

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Here are the catalogue pages from Hasselblads (1905) and Forsners(1917).
    Note - there appears to be a difference between these periods! Focal length/recommended coverage is the same but lens size/image circle differs.
    The two columns of plate size coverage refer to "medium" and "smallest" stops.
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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Thank you, Steven! It looks like there are two different designs with different lens sizes. I wonder, if this could be confirmed with other literature?
    Cheers,
    Marko

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    I doubt there is much difference, if any, between these 2 "models".
    Busch is known to have made his Aplanats for a long period of time without changes. The catalogue entry for 1910 is the same as the one in 1917 and it not included in the 1923 catalogue. All the good WA aplanats (Lynkeioskop F, Busch C and Perigraphe VI) had cells that were very close together and not suited for mounting in a shutter!

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Would love to see the info on Rodenstock Heliogonal if possible,

    Thanks in advance,

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Rudi, see Fabre Vol. 8 (1906), p. 55. My list has a link to it.

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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    Quote Originally Posted by Amedeus View Post
    Would love to see the info on Rodenstock Heliogonal if possible,

    Thanks in advance,
    Rudi, this is from 1910 F.F. Meyer catalog.
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    Re: What do you need from a 1910 European Catalogue?

    That saves me a search!

    From the Flindts auction in December, I have the following additions:

    Suter 1902 Main catalogue lenses and cameras.

    Steinheil Paris 1903 - mostly Orthostigmats.

    Photo-Hall. 1912. Mostly "own label products and cameras". No separate lens section.

    Gilles-Faller 1910?. Lots on their own brand Studio Cameras and support equipment.

    Radiguet et Massiot (Successors to Molteni) Comprehensive photo supplies - few cameras.

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