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    1890 Lens Catalogue On-line

    I posted the 1890 Benj French Catalogue, featuring Darlot and Voigtlander Lenses, here:

    http://antiquecameras.net/1890lenscatalogue.html

    Enjoy

    Dan

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    Re: 1890 Lens Catalogue On-line

    Nice! Thanks Dan.

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    Wow, that is a great resource, when complete. Thanks!

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    My heart is fluttering ...

    Thanks Dan!

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    Re: 1890 Lens Catalogue On-line

    Hey Dan, Thanks man... Identified 4 Darlot's & 3 Voigt's I was trying to nail down. You post the catalog and (((BAG))). Done.

    Again Thanks. a great resource.

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    Thanks from me too. This will help a lot of people clear up old mystery B.F & Co. objectives as well sorting out the early Voigtländer RR's.

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    Re: 1890 Lens Catalogue On-line

    Thanks Dan!

    I was having a hard time sorting the Euryscope II series from III series in German texts. this clears things up a lot.

    Still difficult to sort out the different forms of WW Euryscop series VII. I have some of these, the second type (determined by lens diameter). FYI, these are f12.5 in case anyone is interested.

    cheers

    Tim

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    Re: 1890 Lens Catalogue On-line

    Dan, thanks. My Voigtlander is in there but my Darlot with iris is not. Great read.

    Jim

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