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    Re: What Did I Buy?

    orthoscope is just a marketing/brand name...its a basic rapid rectilinear lens, f/8.
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    Re: Want Lens Suggestion late 19th C.

    A classic lens, that is pretty inexpensive, is the Darlot Wide Angle Hemispherical View Lens. This one has the three levers to be used as stops for the lens.

    Dan
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    Re: Rapid View Portrait (RVP) Pictorial lens

    Another RVP - for 1/4 plate #10680
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    Re: Rapid View Portrait (RVP) Pictorial lens

    For research purposes...186094186095
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    Re: Some Soft Focus Lens Sales Information

    Sold a TTH RVP 11.78in with no flange $ 749 - direct sale (no fees)

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    Re: Rapid View Portrait (RVP) Pictorial lens

    3 Taylors I just picked up... RV 8.1 in. RVP 7.75 in RVP 11.78 in
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    Re: Voigtlander C lens?

    The C Euryscop lenses were sold (marked) that way for a short period in 1877.... from The Photographic Colorists' Guide By John L. Gihon published in 1878

    Dan

    www.AntiqueCameras.net179725
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    Re: Voigtlander & Sohn No. 9, ca. 1875

    I guess size matters...

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  9. Re: Voigtlander Heliar lens the ones from the late 1800-1900

    My Heliar lens article

    http://antiquecameras.net/heliarlenses.html
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    Re: Suter serial numbers and dates.

    Steven - attached is an 1883 article about Suter lenses...BJP


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    Re: Suter serial numbers and dates.

    Suter ad- 1878 it is...


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    Re: Suter serial numbers and dates.

    Steve - my old Petzval article incorrectly listed Suter in the 1850s - the current Petzval article corrected that. http://antiquecameras.net/petzvallens.html



    Suter started in 1878 according...
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    Re: antique large format lenses

    The Lens Collectors Vade Mecum can be purchased here:

    http://antiquecameras.net/lensvademecum.html
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    Re: Best soft focus lens for the money?

    Information on Petzval Lenses http://antiquecameras.net/petzvallens.html

    Information on Soft Focus Lenses http://antiquecameras.net/softfocuslenses.html
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    Re: Lenses W H Jackson used in the 1800s?

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    Re: Very small Darlot Petzval lens

    Duyfam - you sure that middle lens is a petzval ? That sliding barrel mechanism is commonly found on Darlot RR lenses. On other hand,your lenshood is longer than found on RR lenses...interesting
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    Re: Very small Darlot Petzval lens

    yikes - just saw what you paid..... . great item....but wouldnt have expected it to fetch that much. I have a small one too, but not that small.
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    Re: Cleaning Fungus: The Definitive Thread

    hydrogen peroxide will remove fungus better than other chemicals.
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    Re: Bausch and Lomb SIGMAR

    https://books.google.com/books?id=fPzqAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA4&dq=zeiss+bausch+lomb&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjVt5qC4qTNAhUCcz4KHSWDARMQ6AEIHzAB#v=onepage&q=zeiss%20bausch%20lomb&f=false
  20. Thread: Derogy lens

    by CCHarrison
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    Re: Derogy lens

    Pehaps these will help...My high school french is pretty rusty



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    Re: Question about Portrait euryscop

    and here from the 1903 NY catalogue



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    Re: Question about Portrait euryscop

    From Voigtlaender's 1905 NY catalogue


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    Re: Question about Portrait euryscop

    In 1902, Voigtlaender established a NY base to sell their lenses which were previously represented (American Agents( by Benjamin French's firm out of Boston.
  24. Re: A source of valuable data on French lens makers and their products.

    If anyone is interested - I have one of these for sale that covers makers Boutan to Carpentier. These are really high quality publications. 31 pages. please message me.
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    Re: Bausch & Lomb Tessar licensing.

    Not an answer to your question, but you can read about the partnership in this book as of 1908
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    Re: Some Soft Focus Lens Sales Information

    Bam ! This thread just reached over half a million views. # 1 most read thread in this lens forum - the next most viewed post only has 67K views..... And, I believe its the second most read thread...
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    Re: Where to begin with early brass lenses?

    http://antiquecameras.net/images/kigslakelenses.pdf
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    Re: Where to begin with early brass lenses?

    http://antiquecameras.net/petzvallens.html

    http://antiquecameras.net/lensvademecum.html

    http://antiquecameras.net/harrisonglobelens.html

    http://antiquecameras.net/1857ccharrisonlens.html
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    Re: Question about a early Dallmeyer lens

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  30. Re: 36cm Heliar, preferred years of manufacture?

    Yes Steven - if you read my article, the 3.5 version was a Dynar based lens...

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    http://antiquecameras.net/heliarlenses.html
  31. Re: 36cm Heliar, preferred years of manufacture?

    My Heliar lens article

    http://antiquecameras.net/heliarlenses.html

    Great images takens with Heliar lenses https://www.flickr.com/photos/johanbiilmann/sets/72157641018029674/
  32. Re: Which Petzvals have the Dallmeyer modification?

    The 1890 Gundlach patent lens is seen here http://piercevaubel.com/cam/catalogs/1891gundlachlp303.htm
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    I think Mark's question is which lenses have the Dallmeyer Petzval layout not necessarily the Dallmeyer diffusion method ?
  34. Re: Which Petzvals have the Dallmeyer modification?

    The Hyatt Special Portrait Lens was a Dallmeyer copy, as was the Wollensak Royal portrait, Vitax, Ilex Acme Portrait (Vitax copy), Bausch & Lomb Portrait Series A and Series C, (not sure about Unar)....
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    Re: Question about a early Dallmeyer lens

    Per Garrett's thought

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  36. Re: Petzval lens coverage Voigtlander & Sohn Nš6409

    Steven - with all due respect, I think this is a # 1 "1/4 plate" lens. This lens dates to about 1857 +/- 1. The 1864 Voigtlander catalogue lists lens a model A for CDV and a # 1 both which can both...
  37. Re: Petzval lens coverage Voigtlander & Sohn Nš6409

    Petzval lens article

    http://antiquecameras.net/petzvallens.html

    Probably a 1/4 plate lens.
  38. Re: Ilex Lens Serial Number and Manufacture Date Info?

    I believe the series S came to market in 1945. Given its not coated, I would say its probably 45-46 because these started to be sold coated in 47+48

    Dan
  39. Re: Please help me identify lens

    I did see what looked an additional element. One would think this should be a standard Petzval... let me see what else I can dig up
  40. Re: Please help me identify lens

    First incorporated in Jan 1904....

    Nehring was selling lenses starting in the late 1890's under his own name. He published a lens catalog in 1900. He continued to sell under various names until...
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