Just like Richard Wasserman, I also just have this lens. It came with the original box labeled "APO-RODAGON" and has Cat.No. 0703.050.000.20

Last week I made a phonecall to Rodenstock Photo (Qioptiq) in Germany and they did some research for me. I have asked them about the optical design of this lens compared to the enlarger versions and about the application of this lens. This is their answer:

Dear Mr. Van H.... ,

yes , your lens is the same Optical Design .
We have developed this version earlier for printers .

Best regards

D..... W.....
Manager Service Fotooptiken
Industrial Optics
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Also, they told me by phone the lens is not designed for the 1:1 repoduction scale. For this range they have the Apo-Rodagon-D lenses only.
I am going to use it on my enlarger, and maybe I even mount it on my 4x5" viewcam for close-up portraits.
Nothing about this lens or box is doctored, it is 100% genuine.

Did you know SKGRIMES made a nice waterhouse stop modification for this lens? Rough price for the modification is $300 - $400 +s/h. This includes a set of waterhouse stops.