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    Re: Voightlander & Sohn Euryscop Lenses

    This is very interesting lens, which is obviously genuine. It could be a very early version, before the series III found its standard engraving. Or, as Tim mentioned, a Petzval 6B in a plain barrel. The Petzval has a focal length of 12" and covers just full plate, whist the 6A series III has afocal length of 15.33" and covers more than 11x12". The front and rear cells on the Eurooskop III are identical.

    The serial number points to this being an intermediate engraving design. It was about this time that anon. Euroskops began to be engraved with more detail about them. The only identification had been a arabic or roman numeral at one edge of the barrel.

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    Re: Voightlander & Sohn Euryscop Lenses

    This is really interesting. I just took my 7a series III apart. lens numbers match. Our lenses are only 2 years apart. Test the focal length and glass diameter. It should make great images.

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    Re: Voightlander & Sohn Euryscop Lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by brandon13 View Post
    This is really interesting. I just took my 7a series III apart. lens numbers match. Our lenses are only 2 years apart. Test the focal length and glass diameter. It should make great images.
    Ditto. The cells in my series III 3A have the "3A" marking on them. Note that voigtlander was beginng to make many of their components interchangable around this time (exchangable flanges, same sized lens element housings ,etc) so switching parts between different voigtlander lenses was certainly possible

    Tim

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    Re: Voightlander & Sohn Euryscop Lenses

    Dear forum,

    I'm an antique collector and bought this piece, but couldn't found relevant technical information or value . Conservation of the lenses is pretty good (no scratches, looks clean) since it had the original protection cap. The diameter of the frontal (on the wooden part is a bit longer) lens is 11 cm.

    I did some research and found similar lenses , but no one to match exactly the inscription and characteristics.

    If possible please point me where I can find more info about product and its value.


    Thank you!

    Best Regards,

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    Re: Voightlander & Sohn Euryscop Lenses

    We don't do valuations here - so please edit your interesting contribution before the whole posting gets removed!
    I think the "Portrait Objective" and the serial number suggest this is a late Petzval type - called the series I. This is an F3.2 lens. It was replaced by the series Ia (F2.3).

    These do find use mounted on very large studio cameras, but a surprising number of the Portrait Petzvals have survived!

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    Re: Voightlander & Sohn Euryscop Lenses

    what you have is a Series I Nr.6, 306 mm F3.16, made on 10.11.1897
    as for value you'll have to do your own research

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