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Lot: 1 - 4 Rolleiflex TLR Cameras

4 Rolleiflex TLR Cameras Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 4 early Rolleiflex 6x6 cameras, c. 1929. 1) No. 22046, Tessar 4,5/7,5 cm, no. 926962. - 2) No. 27638, Tessar 3,5/7,5 cm, no. 983790. - 3) No. 44530, Tessar 3,8/7,5 cm, no. 1052329. -

Lot: 2 - Rolleiflex and Rolleicord Cameras

Rolleiflex and Rolleicord Cameras Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig 1) Rolleiflex Standard 3,5, 1934, no. 420968, Tessar 3,5/7,5 cm in Compur, synchronized. (2-3/2-) - 2) Rolleiflex Automat (second model), 1938, no. 797386, Tessar 3,5/7,5 cm in

Lot: 3 - Rolleiflex 2,8F Aurum, 1983

Rolleiflex 2,8F Aurum, 1983 Rollei-Werke Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. Gold-plated commemorative model with brown alligator leather covering No. 8301153. Xenotar 2,8/80 mm in Synchro-Compur. With original teak box, lens cap and strap, light

Lot: 4 - Rolleicord I: "Tapeten-Rollei", 1933

Rolleicord I: "Tapeten-Rollei", 1933 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. O35637, Triotar 4,5/7,5 cm, no. 1747255, in Compur. - Beautiful Art-Deco design with nickel-plated exterior. With lens cap, maker's case and instruction manual. -

Lot: 5 - Rollei-Mutar 0,7x and 1,5x

Rollei-Mutar 0,7x and 1,5x Carl Zeiss/Franke & Heidecke. For Rollei TLR cameras. 1) Rollei-Mutar 0,7x, no. 3566609, bayonet III, with case. (2/2) - And: 2) Rollei-Mutar 1,5x, no. 3570152, bayonet II, with case. (2-/2) Rollei-Mutar 0,7x und

Lot: 6 - 3 Early Rolleiflex Cameras

3 Early Rolleiflex Cameras Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 1) Rolleiflex 6 x 6, 1929 (second model), no. 64933, Tessar 3,8/7,5 cm, no. 1104519, rim-set Compur. (2-/2) - 2) Rolleiflex Standard 3,8, 1932, no. 271983, Tessar 3,8/7,5 cm in Compur.

Lot: 7 - Rolleiflex 3,5A, 1951

Rolleiflex 3,5A, 1951 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. 1295073, Tessar 3,5/75 mm T (no. 3488779) in Synchro-Compur. Camera in need of servicing. Rolleiflex 3,5A, 1951 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. Nr. 1295073, Tessar 3,5/75 mm

Lot: 8 - Rolleiflex 3,5A "Xenar", 1951

Rolleiflex 3,5A "Xenar", 1951 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. 1223351, Xenar 3,5/75 mm in Synchro-Compur. Rolleiflex 3,5A "Xenar", 1951 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. Nr. 1223351, Xenar 3,5/75 mm in Synchro-Compur. Start

Lot: 9 - Rolleiflex T (First Model), 1958

Rolleiflex T (First Model), 1958 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. T 2119267, first model in grey, Tessar 3,5/75 mm, no. 1901264, in Synchro-Compur. Excellent condition. Rolleiflex T (erstes Modell), 1958 Franke & Heidecke,

Lot: 10 - Rollei TLR Accessories

Rollei TLR Accessories 1) Rolleinar (Rolleipar) III 0.7 for Tele-Rolleiflex, with case and box. - 2) 2 lens hoods RIII (various). - 3) Rolleinar 1, 2 and 3 RIII, with cases. - 4) Rolleipol RIII, case. - 5) Lens hood RI, cases. - 6) 2 filters RIII.

Lot: 11 - Rollei 35 Family

Rollei 35 Family Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 11 Rollei 35 models. 1) Rollei 35, chrome, Tessar 3,5/40 mm. - 2) Rollei 35, black, Tessar 3,5/40 mm. - 3) Rollei 35 T, chrome, Tessar 3,5/40 mm. - 4) Rollei 35 T, black, Tessar 3,5/40 mm. - 5)

Lot: 12 - 2 Rollei 35 Cameras

2 Rollei 35 Cameras Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 1) Rollei B 35 "red", 1971, black body and red imitation leather, Triotar 3,5/40 mm (no. 5065382), "Made in Singapore". Limited edition, only 100 cameras produced in red. - Very rare Rollei

Lot: 13 - 3 Rolleiflex TLR 4x4 Cameras

3 Rolleiflex TLR 4x4 Cameras Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 1) Rolleiflex 4 x 4 (first model), 1931, no. 134375, Tessar 3,5/6 cm, in Compur. (3-2/2) - 2) Rolleiflex 4 x 4 (fourth model), 1938, no. 733882, Tessar 2,8/6 cm in Compur-Rapid, with

Lot: 14 - Rolleiflex SL 2000 F and other Rollei Cameras

Rolleiflex SL 2000 F and other Rollei Cameras Rollei, Braunschweig. 1) SL 2000 F, 1980, no. 723510226, Rollei HFT Planar 1,8/50 mm, with 3 magazines and 2 battery packs. - 2) Rolleiflex SL35 M, no. 4714914, Rollei HFT Planar 1,4/50 mm. - 3)

Lot: 15 - Rolleiflex T (First Model), with Light Meter, 1958

Rolleiflex T (First Model), with Light Meter, 1958 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. T 2150555, first model in grey, version with built-in light meter (sluggish), Tessar 3,5/75 mm, no. 2822451, in Synchro-Compur, feet scale. With maker's

Lot: 16 - 2 Rollei TLR Cameras

2 Rollei TLR Cameras Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 1) Rolleiflex Automat, 1937, no. 586826, Tessar 3,5/7,5 cm, no. 1991722, in Compur-Rapid (not working). (3/4) - And: 2) Rolleicord V, 1954, no. 1519361, Xenar 3,5/75 mm in Synchro-Compur

Lot: 17 - Rolleiflex Automat and Rolleicord Va

Rolleiflex Automat and Rolleicord Va Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 1) Rolleiflex Automat (third model), c. 1939, no. 1007939, Tessar 3,5/7,5 cm in Compur-Rapid. Camera needs attention. (4/3-) - And: 2) Rolleicord Va, 1957, no. 1942980, Xenar

Lot: 18 - Tele-Rolleiflex (First Model), 1959

Tele-Rolleiflex (First Model), 1959 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. S 2306903, Sonnar 4/135 mm, no. 4230256, lens with cleaning marks, Synchro-Compur, lens hood. Tele-Rolleiflex (erstes Modell), 1959 Franke & Heidecke,

Lot: 19 - Magnar 4x Carl Zeiss Jena for Rolleiflex TLR

"Magnar 4x" Carl Zeiss Jena for Rolleiflex TLR Cameras, 1939 No. 2449968. Very rare telephoto lens attachment, less than 500 units produced, bayonet I. With original case, extremely rare masks and instruction manual. Carl Zeiss Jena "Magnar

Lot: 20 - Carl Zeiss Duonar 2x for Rolleiflex, 1952

Carl Zeiss Duonar 2x for Rolleiflex, 1952 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. 3466467, bayonet III mount model. Tele-attachment for Rolleiflex and Rolleicord, manufactured by Carl Zeiss Jena. For export only, only 2,000 made. With filter

Lot: 21 - Rolleiflex 2,8F "Planar", c. 1970

Rolleiflex 2,8F "Planar", c. 1970 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. 2,8F 2437160, Planar 2,8/80 mm, no. 3940272, Synchro-Compur, coupled light meter (working). With lens hood, lens cap and maker's case (stitching split). Rolleiflex 2,8F

Lot: 22 - Rolleiflex T (Second Model), 1961

Rolleiflex T (Second Model), 1961 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. T 2179148, second model in black, MXV, Tessar 3,5/75 mm, no. 3823909, in Synchro-Compur, feet scale, lens cap. Rolleiflex T (zweites Modell), 1961 Franke &

Lot: 23 - Rolleiflex 3,5F "Planar", 1960

Rolleiflex 3,5F "Planar", 1960 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. Third model, no. 3,5 F 2296044, Planar 3,5/75 mm, no. 4129471, Synchro-Compur, coupled light meter (working). - Excellent condition. With lens hood. Rolleiflex 3,5F "Planar",

Lot: 24 - Rolleiflex 2,8F (White Face) "Xenotar 2,8", 1981

Rolleiflex 2,8F (White Face) "Xenotar 2,8", 1981 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. 2,8 F 2958542. From the final production year. Xenotar 2,8/80 mm, no. 13223364, Synchro-Compur, with blank front plate "White Face". - A classic camera by

Lot: 25 - Rolleiflex SL66 Outfit, 1966

Rolleiflex SL66 Outfit, 1966 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. 1) SL66 body, no. 2915223. - 2) 3 viewfinders: waist-level viewfinder, 45° loupe and TTL prism finder. - 3) 2 magazines. - 4) Planar 2,8/80 mm (Rollei-HFT), no. 8089717, lens

Lot: 26 - Near-Mint Rolleicord Vb "MXV", 1962

Near-Mint Rolleicord Vb "MXV", 1962 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. No. 2610684, Xenar 3,5/75 mm, Synchro-Compur, grey leather. With lens hood and instruction manual. - Excellent ++ condition! Neuwertige Rolleicord Vb "MXV", 1962 Franke

Lot: 27 - Rolleiflex SLX and Accessories

Rolleiflex SLX and Accessories Rollei, Braunschweig. SLX body, no. 4801626, with charger and 2 batteries. Camera working well. - Accessories: Rolleiflex SLX Converter 2x, extension ring 68 mm, focusing ring 50-250 and Rollei lens hood 77.

Lot: 28 - 5 TLR 6x6cm Cameras

5 TLR 6x6cm Cameras 1-2) Lippische Camerafabrik, Barntrup. Flexo, c. 1949, Ennar 3,5/7,5 cm in Prontor-S. (2/2) - Flexora II, c. 1952, Ennar 3,5/7,5 cm in Prontor-S. (3/3-) - 3) Welta-Kamera-Werke, Freital. Weltaflex, 1955, Meriar 3,5/75 mm in

Lot: 29 - Mentorett Twin-Lens Reflex, 1936

"Mentorett" Twin-Lens Reflex, 1936 Mentor-Kamerafabrik Goltz & Breutmann, Dresden. No. 53534, 6 x 6 cm on film type 120, Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 2,9/7,5 cm, focal plane shutter 1/15-1/600 sec. (working well). Special feature: Shutter

Lot: 30 - Pilot Reflex (3 x 4 cm), 1931

Pilot Reflex (3 x 4 cm), 1931 Kamera-Werkstätten (K.W.) Guthe & Thorsch, Dresden. TLR camera 3 x 4 cm on film type 127, Schneider Xenar 2,9/5 cm in rim-set Compur (slow speeds sluggish), otherwise in excellent condition! - Rare 3 x 4 cm

Lot: 31 - 3 TLR Cameras

3 TLR Cameras 1) Foth, Berlin. Foth-Flex, 1933. Foth Anastigmat 3,5/75 mm, focal plane shutter, working well. (3/2) - 2) S.E.M. France. Semflex Studio, 1954, Som Berthiot Tele 5,4/150 mm, shutter 1-1/400 sec. (3/4) - And: 3) Voigtländer,

Lot: 32 - Rare Zeca-Flex "Xenar 3,5", 1937

Rare Zeca-Flex "Xenar 3,5", 1937 Paul Zeh, Dresden. Interesting 6 x 6 cm TLR strut-folding camera, Xenar 3,5/7,5 cm (no. 1026639) in Compur-Rapid, clean mirror. - Sought-after TLR camera! - Literature: James E. Cornwall, "Historische Kameras

Lot: 33 - Rare Twin-Lens TLR "Karma-Flex Mod. 2", c. 1937

Rare Twin-Lens TLR "Karma-Flex Mod. 2", c. 1937 Karl Arnold, Marienberg. Size 6 x 6 cm on film type 120. With Victar-Anastigmat 3,5/7,5 cm, focal plane shutter 1/25-1/500 sec. (second shutter curtain stuck), coupled lenses. Unusual and very rare

Lot: 34 - 2 Rollop TLR Cameras

2 Rollop TLR Cameras Lippische Camerafabrik, Barntrup. 1) Rollop I, 1954, Ennagon 3,5/7,5 cm in Prontor-S. (2-/2) - And: 2) Rollop II, 1954, Ennagon 3,5/7,5 cm in Prontor-SVS, shutter sluggish. (2-/3) 2 Rollop-TLR-Kameras Lippische

Lot: 35 - Samocaflex 35, c. 1955

Samocaflex 35, c. 1955 Sanei Sangyo, Japan. TLR camera for 35mm film, size 24 x 36 mm, No. 552230, lens: Ezumar 2,8/50 mm in Seikosha-Rapid. Waist-level finder and optical eye-level finder, with case. - Attractive design. Samocaflex 35, um

Lot: 36 - 5 Binocular Cameras

5 Binocular Cameras 1-2) Photorex, France. Rex Reflex B2 and Reflex Standard, c. 1951, 1 x with Berthiot Flor 3,5/75 mm in Prontor-S and 1 x with Angenieux type U1 4,5/75 mm. (3/3) - In addition: Tele-lens SOM Berthiot 5,5/150 mm. - 3) Bolsey, USA.

Lot: 37 - Rare Twin-Lens Reflex "Arco 35 - 1", c. 1952

Rare Twin-Lens Reflex "Arco 35 - 1", c. 1952 Arco Photo Industry (Japan), 35mm folding bed coupled rangefinder camera, with Colinar 2,8/50 in Seikosha-Rapid shutter 1-1/500 sec., B. Equipped with the "View-Arco" reflex finder. A specially designed

Lot: 38 - Ontoflex No. 3 (Model 2) "Tessar", 1940

Ontoflex No. 3 (Model 2) "Tessar", 1940 Éts G. Cornu, Paris. TLR camera for rollfilm 6 x 9 cm, with rotating back for portrait and lenscape pictures. Rare version with Carl Zeiss Tessar 3,5/9 cm, no. 1931287 in Compur-Rapid (1-1/400 sec.) -

Lot: 39 - 6 TLR 6x6 Cameras

6 TLR 6x6 Cameras 1) Lippische Camerafabrik, Barntrup. Rollop II (variation of model II), 1954, Ennagon 3,5/7,5 cm in Prontor-SVS. (3+/2). - 2) Welta-Kamera-Werke, Freital. Weltaflex, 1955, Meritar 3,5/75 mm in Prontor-SVS, stamped "Occupied USSR".

Lot: 40 - Planovista (Primarette), 1931

Planovista (Primarette), 1931 Bentzin for Planovista Seeing Camera Co. Ltd., London. Rare export version of the Primarette, TLR camera, 4,5 x 6 cm on rollfilm type 127, Trioplan 2,9/7,5 cm in Compur, strut construction. - Rare! Planovista

Lot: 41 - Welta Perfekta, 1934

Welta Perfekta, 1934 Welta-Kamera-Werke, Freital. Folding TLR 6x6cm camera with struts, film type 120, Trioplan 3,5/7,5 cm in Compur 1-1/300 sec. (working well). - Unusual design, sought-after! With original maker's case, 2 lens caps and brochure.

Lot: 42 - Luckyflex (TLR 24 x 36 mm!), 1948

Luckyflex (TLR 24 x 36 mm!), 1948 G.G.S., Italy. TLR camera for 35mm film, size 24 x 36 mm, Solar-Anastigmat 3,2/50 mm, shutter 1/20-1/300 sec. (sluggish). - A very rare TLR-35mm camera! Luckyflex (TLR 24 x 36 mm!), 1948 G.G.S., Italien.

Lot: 43 - Karma-Flex Mod. 1, c. 1937

Karma-Flex Mod. 1, c. 1937 Karl Arnold, Marienberg. Box-type camera for 6 x 6 cm, with unusual viewfinder on top, which can be used as reflex viewer from above and as an eye-level viewer from the rear. Simple shutter 1/15, 1/50, Z, and 3-element

Lot: 44 - Exakta B, Version 4, 1935

Exakta B, Version 4, 1935 Ihagee, Dresden. No. 466240, black, size 4 x 6,5 cm, Tessar 2,8/7,5 cm, no. 1847702, shutter and long-time shutter working well, with maker's case. - Excellent condition! Exakta B, Version 4, 1935 Ihagee, Dresden.

Lot: 45 - Exakta B, c. 1937

Exakta B, c. 1937 Ihagee, Dresden. No. 533759, type 5, Vacublitz socket, Xenar 3,5/7,5 cm, shutter not working. With case. In excellent outer condition! Exakta B, um 1937 Ihagee, Dresden. Nr. 533759, Typ 5, Vacublitz-Anschluß, Xenar

Lot: 46 - Night Exakta (Model B), c. 1938

Night Exakta (Model B), c. 1938 Ihagee, Dresden. No. 535404, late version, Primoplan 1,9/8 cm, shutter working well. Nacht-Exakta (Modell B), um 1938 Ihagee, Dresden. Nr. 535404, späte Version, Primoplan 1,9/8 cm, Verschluß

Lot: 47 - Kine Exakta I (Round Magnifier), 1936

Kine Exakta I (Round Magnifier), 1936 Ihagee, Dresden. No. 482550, Tessar 2,8/5 cm, no. 1913956, shutter working unevenly, needs attention, with case. - The world's first miniature reflex camera! Kine Exakta I (runde Lupe), 1936 Ihagee,

Lot: 48 - 4 Exakta Cameras

4 Exakta Cameras Ihagee, Dresden. 1) Exakta II, 1949, no. 661135, Biotar 2/5,8 cm T, no. 2825389. - 2) Exakta Varex, c. 1950, no. 676977, black Biotar 2/5,8 cm T, no. 3421788. - 3) Exakta Varex VX, 1954, no. 631974, Tessar 2,8/50 mm, no. 4774318. -

Lot: 49 - Exakta Varex IIa with Stereflex, c. 1955

Exakta Varex IIa with Stereflex, c. 1955 Ihagee, Dresden. 1) Exakta Varex IIa, no. VX IIa 889237, with Tessar 2,8/50 mm T, no. 3858695. (2+/2) - 2) Zeiss stereo beam splitter, large version (2 m = 8), no. 32460, 2 caps and original box. (2/2) -

Lot: 50 - Exakta 66 (Pre-War), 1939

Exakta 66 (Pre-War), 1939 Ihagee, Dresden. No. 554013, focal plane shutter 1/1000 sec., rapid-wing lever, Tessar 2,8/8 cm, no. 2246694. Rare and sought-after single-lens reflex camera for 6 x 6 cm. - Excellent condition! Exakta 66

Lot: 51 - Exakta 66 (Post-War), 1953

Exakta 66 (Post-War), 1953 Ihagee, Dresden. No. 600652, focal plane shutter 1/1000 sec. (working well), Tessar 2,8/80 mm T, no. 3514529, exposure counter stuck. - Sought-after post-war Exakta 6 x 6 cm. Exakta 66 (Nachkriegsversion), 1953

Lot: 52 - B (Biotar) 1,5/75 mm for Exakta

B (Biotar) 1,5/75 mm for Exakta Carl Zeiss, Jena. No. 6404622, heavy aluminum body, clear glass without typical air bubbles! - Sought-after lens! B (Biotar) 1,5/75 mm für Exakta Carl Zeiss, Jena. Nr. 6404622, schwere Aluminiumfassung,

Lot: 53 - No. 4 Panoram-Kodak (Mod. B) with Danish Royal

No. 4 Panoram-Kodak (Mod. B) with Danish Royal Provenance, 1900 Eastman Kodak, Rochester, USA. Camera serial no. 1633, angular field 142°, size 3 ½ x 12 in. on film type 103, shutter working, with original case. Royal monogram of Prince

Lot: 54 - No. 4 Panoram Kodak Model D, c. 1900

No. 4 Panoram Kodak Model D, c. 1900 Eastman Kodak, Rochester, USA. Size 3 ½ x 12 in. on film type 103, angular field 142°, Rapid Rectilinear. - Very good condition. No. 4 Panoram Kodak Model D, um 1900 Eastman Kodak, Rochester,

Lot: 55 - No. 4 Panoram-Kodak, c. 1900

No. 4 Panoram-Kodak, c. 1900 Eastman Kodak, Rochester. Model B, size 3 ½ x 12 in. on film type 103, 142° angular field, shutter working well. No. 4 Panoram-Kodak, um 1900 Eastman Kodak, Rochester. Modell B, Format

Lot: 56 - Retina III C Type 028/N (Nachbau), 1977

Retina III C Type 028/N (Nachbau), 1977 Kodak AG, Stuttgart. Example of the legendary "Nach bauserie" of approx. 150 cameras produced in 1977 for the 50th anniversary of Kodak AG in Germany. Special serial no. 997885 in backdoor leather. With "Nach

Lot: 57 - 2 Nagel Vollenda "Elmar" Cameras, 2 Different

2 Nagel Vollenda "Elmar" Cameras, 2 Different Versions, 1932 Nagel, Stuttgart. Type 48, Elmar 3,5/5 cm (no. 107794 and no. 109398), body no. 131163 and 137190, Compur 1-1/300 sec., size 3 x 4 cm. One version with depth of field indicator on top.

Lot: 58 - Retina III C Type 028/N (Nachbau), 1977

Retina III C Type 028/N (Nachbau), 1977 Kodak AG, Stuttgart. Example of the legendary "Nach bauserie" of approx. 150 cameras in 1977 for the 50th anniversary of Kodak AG in Germany. Special serial no. 998821 in backdoor leather and engraving

Lot: 59 - Nagel Pupille "Xenon 1:2" and "Xenar 2,9", 1931

Nagel Pupille "Xenon 1:2" and "Xenar 2,9", 1931 Nagel, Stuttgart. 1) Pupille, with very rare Schneider lens "Xenon 1:2/4,5 cm", in rim-set Compur, body no. 94312. (2-/2-) - And: 2) Pupille, with Xenar 2,9/5 cm in Compur, body no. 94450. (2-3/3-4)

Lot: 60 - No. 4 Cartridge Kodak, 1897

No. 4 Cartridge Kodak, 1897 Eastman Kodak, Rochester, Model E, for 4 x 5 in. images on rollfilm type 104. First version with polished wood body and leather covering, red bellows. - Excellent condition! No. 4 Cartridge Kodak, 1897 Eastman

Lot: 61 - Nagel Ranca 46/0 (No. 100020), 1930

Nagel Ranca 46/0 (No. 100020), 1930 Dr. August Nagel, Stuttgart. Forerunner of the Pupille, first version, very early serial no. 100020! Size 3 x 4 cm on film type 127, with Nagel-Anast. 4,5/5 cm in Pronto. Excellent condition, much rarer than the

Lot: 62 - Nagel Pupille with Rare Reflex Viewfinder, c. 1932

Nagel Pupille with Rare Reflex Viewfinder, c. 1932 Dr. August Nagel, Stuttgart. "Elmar-Pupille", rollfilm camera, 3 x 4 cm, Leitz Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 100217, Compur 1-1/300 sec., back of the camera stuck. With very rare reflex viewfinder, coupled

Lot: 63 - Kodak Award and Medal

Kodak Award and Medal Eastman, Kodak. 1) "Kodak Informationsfilm-Preis 1982" presented to "Deutsche Rettungsflugwacht e.V." Stuttgart. Bronze, 6 ¾ x 4 x 5 in. - And: 2) Bronze medal "George Eastman", Ø 7 4/5 in. Kodak-Preis und

Lot: 64 - Nikon S2 (Black), Type 1, c. 1956

Nikon S2 (Black), Type 1, c. 1956 Nippon Kogaku, Tokyo. No. 6170963. Extremely rare first type "chrome dial" camera, original condition, with Nikkor-SC 1,4/5 cm, no. 393638. With black-painted hood, lens cap, maker's case, instructions and original

Lot: 65 - Nikon F, 1959

Nikon F, 1959 Nippon Kogaku, Tokyo. No. 6400594 (first serial number 6400000), from the first year (no. …594)! Chrome, prism finder, Nikkor-S Auto 2/5 cm (Nippon Kogaku) and clip-on exposure meter type I. With maker's case and

Lot: 66 - Nikon S with Nikkor-H.C 2/5 cm, c. 1953

Nikon S with Nikkor-H.C 2/5 cm, c. 1953 Nippon Kogaku, Tokyo. No. 6120677, chrome, Nikkor-H.C 2/5 cm, no. 639450. - And: Nikkor-Q 3,5/13,5 cm, with lens hood. Nikon S mit Nikkor-H.C 2/5 cm, um 1953 Nippon Kogaku, Tokyo. Nr. 6120677, Chrom,

Lot: 67 - Nikon FM2n, FTn and 5 Lenses

Nikon FM2n, FTn and 5 Lenses Nikon, Japan. 1) Nikon FM2n, black, 1983 onwards, no. N7365436, excellent condition. (2/1) - 2) Nikkormat FTn, black, no. FT4767308. (3/3) - 3) Nikkor 3,5/28 mm (F). (2-/1) - 4) Nikkor-H.C 2/50 mm (F). (2-3/2) - 5)

Lot: 68 - Robot I, 1934

Robot I, 1934 Otto Berning & Co., Schwelm, Westfalen. No. 21773, fourth version, Tessar 2,8/3 cm, size 24 x 24 mm on 35mm film, clockwork drive, shutter needs attention. With case and instructions. Robot I, 1934 Otto Berning & Co.,

Lot: 69 - Robot I (Second Version), 1934

Robot I (Second Version), 1934 Otto Berning & Co., Schwelm, Westfalen. No. 18737, size 24 x 24 mm on 35mm film, clockwork drive, original condition. With 4 lenses: 1) Tessar 2,8/3 cm, no. 1726647. - 2) Tessar 2,8/3 ¾ cm, no. 2209214. - 3)

Lot: 70 - Robot Royal 36 (Series Connection), c. 1968

Robot Royal 36 (Series Connection), c. 1968 Berning, Düsseldorf. No. 185194, version with spring-locking system for bayonet lever, coupled rangefinder, spring-drive for single image and series. With Tele-Xenar 3,8/75 mm, Robot universal

Lot: 71 - Robot Royal 36 (Mod. III), 1955

Robot Royal 36 (Mod. III), 1955 Berning, Düsseldorf. No. Z-137056, without spring-locking system for bayonet lever, Xenar 2,8/45 mm, clockwork drive. - Excellent condition! - In addition: 2 Robot lenses with screw-mount (for early Robot

Lot: 72 - Lot of Voigtländer Cameras

Lot of Voigtländer Cameras Voigtländer, Braunschweig. 1) Bergheil 9 x 12 cm, no. 115067, Kollinear 6,3/132 mm in Compur. - 2) Alpin, c. 1906, size 9 x 12 cm, Collinear II, shutter 1-1/250 sec., rare. - 3) Avus 6,5 x 9 cm, Skopar 4,5/10,5

Lot: 73 - 4 Voigtländer TLR Cameras

4 Voigtländer TLR Cameras Voigtländer, Braunschweig. 1) Superb (later version), c. 1934, Heliar 3,5/7,5 cm in Compur. (3/3) - And: 2-4) Voigtländer Brillant models, 2 from 1932 (different models) and a Focusing Brillant from 1938.

Lot: 74 - Voigtländer Metall-Klappkamera 13 x 18 cm,

Voigtländer Metall-Klappkamera 13 x 18 cm, 1908 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. Strut-folding camera, plate size 13 x 18 cm, focal plane shutter 1/1000 sec., stuck, Voigtländer Kollinear II 4,5/20 cm, focusing screen back.

Lot: 75 - 6 Voigtländer Cameras

6 Voigtländer Cameras Voigtländer, Braunschweig. 1) Avus 9 x 12 cm, c. 1927, no. 20774, Anastigmat "Skopar" 4,5/13,5 cm in Ibsor. (2-3/2) - 2) Bessa E (Entfernungsmesser-Bessa), first model with filter, 1936, 6 x 9 cm, Helomar 3,5/10,5 cm

Lot: 76 - Prominent 6 x 9, Virtus and Perkeo

Prominent 6 x 9, Virtus and Perkeo Voigtländer, Braunschweig. 1) Prominent 6 x 9 cm, 1932, no. D 965891, high-quality rollfilm camera, Heliar 4,5/10,5 cm in Compur, coupled rangefinder, case. (3+/2) - 2) Virtus 4,5 x 6 cm, 1933, No. E 212153,

Lot: 77 - Prominent 6 x 9, 1932

Prominent 6 x 9, 1932 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. No. D 968321. High-quality rollfilm camera for 6 x 9 cm and 4,5 x 6 cm. Heliar 4,5/10,5 cm in Compur shutter, focusing scale meter, coupled split-image rangefinder and light meter! Camera

Lot: 78 - Superb (Interim Version) "Heliar 3,5", 1934

Superb (Interim Version) "Heliar 3,5", 1934 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. TLR 6 x 6 cm, rapid wind lever. With Heliar 3,5/7,5 cm in rim-set Compur (stuck). Superb (Zwischenmodell) "Heliar 3,5", 1934 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. TLR 6 x

Lot: 79 - Prominent with Reflex Housing, 1953

Prominent with Reflex Housing, 1953 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. Prominent (first version), no. B15232, Synchro-Compur (long shutter speeds working unevenly), with rare reflex housing "Telomar 5,5/100 mm" (engraved "Voigtländer"). With

Lot: 80 - Voigtländer Prominent (Very Early First

Voigtländer Prominent (Very Early First Model), early 1950 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. From the first production series! Characteristics: Cover cap beside the viewfinder (front panel) Compur-Rapid 1/400 sec. (series with 1/500 sec.), lens

Lot: 81 - 3 Voigtländer Vitessa Cameras

3 Voigtländer Vitessa Cameras Voigtländer, Braunschweig. 1) Vitessa (second version) with accessory shoe, Ultron 2/50 mm in Synchro-Compur. (3/3+) - 2) Vitessa (second version) with light meter (working), Ultron 2/50 mm in Synchro-Compur.

Lot: 82 - Prominent II with Nokton 1,5/50 mm, 1959

Prominent II with Nokton 1,5/50 mm, 1959 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. No. B 64324, Nokton 1,5/50 mm, minimal cleaning marks, no. 3514228, Synchro-Compur, interchangeable lens, coupled rangefinder. Prominent II mit Nokton 1,5/50 mm, 1959

Lot: 83 - 3 Voigtländer "Prominent" Lenses

3 Voigtländer "Prominent" Lenses Voigtländer, Braunschweig. 1) Skoparon 3,5/35 mm, no. 4200191. - 2) Dynaron 4,5/100 mm, no. 5485560, case. - And: 3) Super-Dynaron 4,5/150 mm, no. 4619793, case, rare lens. - All 3 lenses in excellent

Lot: 84 - Voigtländer Prominent, 1955

Voigtländer Prominent, 1955 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. No. B74541, second model (with lever wind), Ultron 2/50 mm, Synchro-Compur (currently not working). With Dynaron 4,5/100 mm, lens hood. Voigtländer Prominent, 1955

Lot: 85 - Tropen Adoro (230/3), 1927

Tropen Adoro (230/3), 1927 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. Q 97239, size 6,5 x 9 cm, polished teak, Tessar 4,5/10,5 cm in rim-set Compur 1-1/250 sec., leather, bellows and focusing screen back in brown, with 5 original nickel-silver cassettes. The rarest

Lot: 86 - Miroflex B (859/7), c. 1927

Miroflex B (859/7), c. 1927 Zeiss Ikon. SLR camera 9 x 12 cm, no. L49342, focal plane shutter 1/2000 sec. (stuck). With fast Tessar 2,7/16,5 cm lens, no. 735908, focusing screen back, helical focusing stuck. Miroflex B (859/7), um 1927 Zeiss

Lot: 87 - Miroflex A (859/3), c. 1929

Miroflex A (859/3), c. 1929 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. SLR camera 6,5 x 9 cm, no. Q 62664, focal plane shutter 1/2000 sec., working, Tessar 3,5/12 cm, no. 1364052, focusing screen back. Miroflex A (859/3), um 1929 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden.

Lot: 88 - Kolibri (523/18), 1930

Kolibri (523/18), 1930 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. S 30980. Compact camera for 3 x 4 cm on 127 film, Tessar 3,5/5 cm in Compur. Complete with screw-in foot and very rare special case 1733/18 in brown leather, with green velvet lining.

Lot: 89 - Super Nettel I (536/24), Black, 1935

Super Nettel I (536/24), Black, 1935 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. C 20355, 35mm camera, size 24 x 36 mm, Triotar 3,5/5 cm, no. 1649154, focal plane shutter 1/5-1/1000 sec. Classic collector's camera, excellent condition! Super Nettel I (536/24),

Lot: 90 - Tenax II (580/27), 1938

Tenax II (580/27), 1938 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. E 4227, Tessar 2,8/4 cm, no. 2143515, Compur-Rapid. Tenax II (580/27), 1938 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Nr. E 4227, Tessar 2,8/4 cm, Nr. 2143515, Compur-Rapid. Start Price: EUR 100

Lot: 91 - Contax I, 1934

Contax I, 1934 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. X.61562, version 6, Sonnar 2/5 cm, no. 1606303, focal plane shutter working well, chassis paint-finish in excellent condition. With maker's case, lens cap and instruction manual. Contax I, 1934 Zeiss

Lot: 92 - Contax I (Version 4/5), 1933

Contax I (Version 4/5), 1933 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. Y 29465, Sonnar 2/5 cm, no. 1629628. - Excellent condition! Contax I (Version 4/5), 1933 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Nr. Y 29465, Sonnar 2/5 cm, Nr. 1629628. -

Lot: 93 - 3 Contax Lenses

3 Contax Lenses Carl Zeiss, Jena/Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Pre-war lenses. 1) Tessar 8/2,8 cm, no. 1525921, black/nickel (for Contax I). - 2) Tessar 2,8/5 cm, no. 2674772, chrome. - And: 3) Sonnar 4/13,5 cm, no. 1631503, black/nickel (for Contax I). -

Lot: 94 - Contax II with Sonnar 8,5 cm, 1936

Contax II with Sonnar 8,5 cm, 1936 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. B 459157, with Sonnar 2/8,5 cm, no. 2139559, universal viewfinder 436/7. Shutter speeds uneven and filter screw mount dented. Contax II mit Sonnar 8,5 cm, 1936 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden.

Lot: 95 - 3 Contax Lenses

3 Contax Lenses Carl Zeiss Jena/Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Pre-war lenses. 1) Sonnar 1,5/50 mm, no. 1166331, black front ring. - 2) Tessar 2,8/5 cm, no. 1912511, chrome. - And: 3) Sonnar 4/13,5 cm, no. 2402366, chrome. - All lenses in very good

Lot: 96 - Jena-Contax (Contax II), 1947

"Jena-Contax" (Contax II), 1947 Carl Zeiss, Jena. Contax II, with engraving in accessory shoe: "Carl Zeiss Jena 11874". With Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 2/5 cm T, no. 3060569. One of few cameras produced in 1947 in Jena. With case. - Rarity for Contax

Lot: 97 - Contax IIa and IIIa

Contax IIa and IIIa Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. 1) Contax IIa, 1952, no. U 1292, long shutter speeds stuck. With Zeiss-Opton Biogon 2,8/35 mm, no. 831518. (3+/3) - And: 2) Contax IIIa, 1952, no. V 24232, with Zeiss-Opton Sonnar 2/50 mm T, no.

Lot: 98 - Contax IIa Set, 1950

Contax IIa Set, 1950 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Contax IIa, no. A52997, coupled rangefinder. With Zeiss-Opton Sonnar 1,5/50 mm (no. 1011171) and Zeiss-Opton Sonnar 4/135 mm (no. 92795). - In addition: Contatest, close-up device with Proxar f = 1 m,

Lot: 99 - Contax IIIa (Mint ++ Condition!), 1956

Contax IIIa (Mint ++ Condition!), 1956 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Nr. O 86938, Sonnar 1,5/50 mm, built-in light meter (working well), focal plane shutter 1-1/1250 sec. (long shutter speeds uneven). Body in excellent condition! With lens cap and

Lot: 100 - Contax IIa with Stereotar-C 3,5/35 mm, 1955

Contax IIa with Stereotar-C 3,5/35 mm, 1955 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Contax IIa, no. A 48048. With complete stereo set Stereotar-C: Stereotar-C 3,5/35 mm, no. St 15120 (two caps), stereo viewer 420, Contameter 439, prism attachment 810/02

Lot: 101 - Contax IIa and IIIa

Contax IIa and IIIa Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. 1) Contax IIa, 1950, no. V 15415, Zeiss-Opton Sonnar 2/50 mm, no. 708715, coating with spots. (3/2) - And: 2) Contax IIIa, 1954, no. B 99421, Sonnar 1,5/50 mm, no. 1887083, light meter working. (2-/2+)

Lot: 102 - Contax IIIa "Sonnar", 1954

Contax IIIa "Sonnar", 1954 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. No. Y 54272, Sonnar 1,5/5 cm T, no. 2554747, light meter working, user marks. Contax IIIa "Sonnar", 1954 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Nr. Y 54272, Sonnar 1,5/5 cm T, Nr. 2554747, Belichtungsmesser

Lot: 103 - 2 Zeiss Ikon TLR Cameras

2 Zeiss Ikon TLR Cameras 1) Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Ikoflex III (853/16), c. 1938, no. B 35518, Tessar 2,8/8 cm in Compur-Rapid. - Excellent condition! (2/2) - And: 2) Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Favorit 6 x 6 (887/16), c. 1956, no. N 2045, Tessar 3,5/75

Lot: 104 - Lot of Zeiss Ikon Cameras

Lot of Zeiss Ikon Cameras 1) Super Ikonta 531/2, No. M 60998, 1951, size 6 x 9 cm, Novar-Anastigmat 3,5/10,5 cm. (2-/2) - 2) Nettar 515, no. H 39708, size 4,5 x 6 cm, Novar-Anastigmat 6,3/7,5 cm in Telma. (2/2) - 3) Zeiss Contessa 35 (533/24), c.

Lot: 105 - 3 Zeiss Ikon TLR Cameras

3 Zeiss Ikon TLR Cameras Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. 1) Ikoflex I (854/16), 1939-51, no. 530159, Novar-Anastigmat T 3,5/75 mm. (2-3/2-) - 2) Ikoflex IIa (855/16), 1952, no. 548095, Zeiss-Opton Tessar 3,5/75 mm T in Synchro-Compur. (3-2/2) - And: 3)

Lot: 106 - 7 Assorted Contaflex Cameras

7 Assorted Contaflex Cameras Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. 1) Contaflex I, 1953. No. G 6314, Tessar 2,8/45 mm. - 2) Contaflex II, 1954. No. F 10205, Tessar 2,8/45 mm. - 3) Contaflex prima, 1959. No. X 36382, Pantar 2,8/45 mm. - 4) Contaflex Super, 1959.

Lot: 107 - Contaflex TLR, 1935

Contaflex TLR, 1935 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. Z 42275, Sonnar 2/5 cm, no. 1659653, well-preserved Albada viewfinder, metal focal plane shutter (not working, in need of attention), first built-in electrical exposure meter in the world (not working),

Lot: 108 - Zeiss Tengoflex (85/16), 1941

Zeiss Tengoflex (85/16), 1941 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. TLR box camera, size 6 x 6 cm on type 120 rollfilm, shutter I. and T. (working unevenly), Frontar lens 1:11. - Very rare Zeiss Ikon box camera. Zeiss Tengoflex (85/16), 1941 Zeiss Ikon,

Lot: 109 - Contaflex TLR, 1935

Contaflex TLR, 1935 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. No. A 46794, Sonnar 2/5 cm, no. 1659605, well-preserved Albada viewfinder, metal focal plane shutter (currently not working, in need of attention), the 1st built-in electrical exposure meter in the

Lot: 110 - Contarex electronic Outfit

Contarex electronic Outfit Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. 1) Contarex electronic, 1968, no. R 55837. electronic functions checked by a specialist, shutter working very well! - 2) Distagon 2,8/25 mm, no. 3562530, with lens hood and case. - 3) Sonnar 2/85

Lot: 111 - Contarex I ("Bull's Eye) with Biogon 21 mm

Contarex I ("Bull's Eye) with Biogon 21 mm Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Contarex I, second version, 1964, no. E 93886. With Biogon 4,5/21 mm (chrome), no. 3448392, lens hood and special viewfinder. Diaphragm stiff. - In addition: Flash-Planar 2/50 mm,

Lot: 112 - Contaflex professional "Planar 1,4/55", 1966

Contaflex professional "Planar 1,4/55", 1966 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. No. K 46452. Rare Contarex, approx. 1500 made. With Zeiss Planar 1,4/55 mm, no. 3447599, lens hood. Near-mint condition! Contaflex professional "Planar 1,4/55", 1966 Zeiss

Lot: 113 - Contarex Super with Sonnar 2,8/180 mm, 1967

Contarex Super with Sonnar 2,8/180 mm, 1967 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Second model, black, no. P 98287, excellent condition. With Olympia-Sonnar 2,8/180 mm, no. 4328502, with grip. - Also in excellent condition! Only 965 units produced!

Lot: 114 - Contarex Special, 1960

Contarex Special, 1960 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. No. U 24488, waist-level finder, Planar 2/50 mm, no. 3178422, long shutter speeds stuck. Body in excellent cosmetic condition. - In addition: Monocular 8 x 30 B, second version with front-end

Lot: 115 - Contarex Super with Accessories, 1967

Contarex Super with Accessories, 1967 Zeiss Ikon, Stuttgart. Second version no. R 52150, body cap. - Accessories: 1) Contarex Interval Timer. - 2) Contarex Electronic Tele Sensor. - And: 3-5) 3 x Contarex Electronic Time Indicator (2 x with

Lot: 116 - 4 SLR Cameras

4 SLR Cameras 1) Mentor (Goltz & Breutmann, Dresden). Mentor-Klapp-Reflex 9 x 12 cm, 1913, focal plane shutter stuck, Tessar 4,5/15 cm, no. 281099. - 2) VEB Pentacon. Mentor-Studio-Reflex, c. 1950, focal plane shutter working, Tessar 4,5/25 cm,

Lot: 117 - Noviflex by Eichapfel, 1934

Noviflex by Eichapfel, 1934 B. Eichapfel, Dresden. First camera of this style, beating the better known Reflex Korelle to the market, 6 x 6 cm on rollfilm, Schneider Xenar 2,9/7,5 cm, focal plane shutter 1/20-1/1000 sec. (stuck). - Rare SLR camera!

Lot: 118 - Primarflex II and Praktisix

Primarflex II and Praktisix 1) Feinopt. Werk Görlitz (vorm. Curt Bentzin). Primarflex II, 1953, SLR 6 x 6 cm, focal plane shutter stuck, body no. 32624, Tessar 3,5/10,5 cm T, no. 3173223. - In addition: Tessar 3,5/16,5 cm T, no. 3400638 and

Lot: 119 - Mentor-Compur-Reflex, c. 1929

Mentor-Compur-Reflex, c. 1929 Mentor-Kamerafabrik (Goltz & Breutmann), Berlin & Dresden. Size 6,5 x 9 cm on plates or rollfilm, SLR camera, Tessar 3,5/10,5 cm in Compur (stuck), focusing screen back. Mentor-Compur-Reflex, um 1929

Lot: 120 - R.B. Graflex Series B and Butcher's Reflex Carbine

R.B. Graflex Series B and Butcher's Reflex Carbine 1) The Folmer Graflex Corporation, USA. R.B. Graflex Series B, c. 1923, SLR camera for plates of 2 ¼ x 3 ¼ in., focal plane shutter (working well), Tessar 4,5/13,5 cm, No. 842805, with

Lot: 121 - Reflex-Korelle I and II

Reflex-Korelle I and II Franz Kochmann, Dresden. SLR camera 6 x 6 cm. 1) Model I, 1936, export version with legend "Reflex-Korelle", Trioplan 2,8/10 cm, shutter speeds 1-1/500 sec., self-timer. - And: 2) Model II, c. 1937, Xenar 2,8/7,5 cm, shutter

Lot: 122 - Reflex-Korelle, the First 6x6cm Rollfilm SLR

"Reflex-Korelle", the First 6x6cm Rollfilm SLR Camera, 1935 Kochmann, Dresden. Export version with text in script, on black nameplate: "Reflex-Korelle Burke & James, Inc., Chicago, U.S.A.", Schneider Xenar 2,8/7,5 cm, no. 1271518, distance

Lot: 123 - Canon S (S-I), 1938

Canon S (S-I), 1938 Seiki-Kogaku, Japan. No. 11109, Nikkor 2/5 cm, no. 50333, shutter 1-1/500 sec., lens cap. - Rare version with meter scale! - With maker's case. Canon S (S-I), 1938 Seiki-Kogaku, Japan. Nr. 11109, Nikkor 2/5 cm, Nr. 50333,

Lot: 124 - Primarflex II, 1953-

Primarflex II, 1953- Feinopt. Werk Görlitz (vorm. Curt Bentzin). No. 36017, late version, final serial no. 36228, SLR 6 x 6 cm, focal plane shutter (stuck). With Tessar 3,5/105 mm T, no. 3527693. - Very good condition. Primarflex II, 1953

Lot: 125 - Mentor-Compur-Reflex, Mod. 310, c. 1929

Mentor-Compur-Reflex, Mod. 310, c. 1929 Mentor-Kamerafabrik (Goltz & Breutmann), Berlin & Dresden. Plate size 6,5 x 9 cm, SLR camera, Tessar 4,5/10,5 cm in Compur (working but hesitant), with sheet film cassette. - Rare SLR camera in

Lot: 126 - 2 Adox "Adrette II" Cameras (Different Models),

2 Adox "Adrette II" Cameras (Different Models), 1939 Dr. Schleussner Fotowerke (Adox), Frankfurt a.M. 35mm cameras with telescoping front. 1) With Schneider Xenar 3,5/5 cm in Compur-Rapid, viewfinder in chrome (small), advance button with fine

Lot: 127 - Beira 3 x 4 cm (First Model), 1931

Beira 3 x 4 cm (First Model), 1931 Kamera-Fabrik Waldemar Beier, Freital, Germany. 35mm camera, size 3 x 4 cm, first version with folding viewfinder, Steinheil Actinar 4,5/5 cm in Vario, strut construction. - Rare camera! Beira 3 x 4 cm (erste

Lot: 128 - Toyocaflex 35 (Toyoca 35), 1955

Toyocaflex 35 (Toyoca 35), 1955 Tougo-do Manufacturing, Japan. No. 56945, 35mm TLR camera with direct and reflex finder, Owla Anastigmat 3,5/4,5 cm in Toyoca shutter 1-1/200 sec. Leather on two corners lose, everything else in excellent condition!

Lot: 129 - 4 German SLR Cameras

4 German SLR Cameras 1) Agfa, Munich. Flexilette, 1960, TLR camera for 35mm film, Apotar 2,8/45 mm in Prontor, with case and instruction. (2/2) - 2) VEB Zeiss Ikon. Contax D, 1952, no. 22522, Tessar 2,8/50 mm T, no. 3627450, with case, shutter

Lot: 130 - Fotron III, c. 1960

Fotron III, c. 1960 Traid Corporation. The camera takes 10 exposures on special cartridges containing 828 film, image size 28 x 35 mm, built-in electric motor and electronic flash. Version with 2-button release. Originally sold by door-to-door

Lot: 131 - Adox 300, Citalux 300 and Vitessa L

Adox 300, Citalux 300 and Vitessa L 1) Adox - Dr. C. Schleussner, Wiesbaden. Adox 300, 1957, no. 002232, Cassar 2,8/45 mm in Synchro-Compur, long shutter speeds sluggish, light meter not working, body in near-mint condition. (1-/3) - 2) Regula-Werk

Lot: 132 - Lot of Cameras from the USSR

Lot of Cameras from the USSR 1) GOMZ, USSR. Leningrad (type L230), 1956, Cyrillic engraving, 4 screws on the front plate, clockwork drive, Jupiter-8 2/50 mm. - 2) Krasnogorsk, USSR. Stereo-Zorki (Zorki I), c. 1956, Industar-22 3,5/50 mm (with

Lot: 133 - Lot of Cameras

Lot of Cameras Patent Etui 6,5 x 9 cm, Ikonta 520/18, Rollei B35 (Germany), Praktica MTL 3 with Flektogon 2,8/20 mm, Ising Puck, spy camera "Peer 100", 2 x Zeiss Baby-Box (different models), Minox 35GT with flash, 2 x Werra (different models), Lomo

Lot: 134 - Alpa 11a "Post", 1973

Alpa 11a "Post", 1973 Pignons, Switzerland. No. 63231, with Alos 3,5/35 mm, shutter 1/60 sec., film size 24 x 36 mm, with cable release, on Plexiglas stand. Alpa 11a "Post", 1973 Pignons, Schweiz. Nr. 63231, mit Alos 3,5/35 mm,

Lot: 135 - Alpa 10d "Curtagon 2,8/35 mm", 1969

Alpa 10d "Curtagon 2,8/35 mm", 1969 Pignons, Switzerland. No. 55357, chrome, with Schneider Alpa-Curtagon 2,8/35 mm, no. 9516788. First model of the last Alpa generation. - Very good condition. Alpa 10d "Curtagon 2,8/35 mm", 1969 Pignons,

Lot: 136 - Contax T VS

Contax T VS Yashica, Kyocera. No. 022570, Vario Sonnar 3,5-6,5/28-56 mm T, with box. Contax T VS Yashica, Kyocera. Nr. 022570, Vario Sonnar 3,5-6,5/28-56 mm T, mit Box. Start Price: EUR 80 Condition:(2-3/-)

Lot: 137 - Adox 300 with Magazines, 1957

Adox 300 with Magazines, 1957 Dr. Schleussner, Wiesbaden. No. 005495, Xenar 2,8/45 mm in Compur-Rapid, dent on top, with 3 magazines. Adox 300 mit Magazinen, 1957 Dr. Schleussner, Wiesbaden. Nr. 005495, Xenar 2,8/45 mm in Compur-Rapid, Delle

Lot: 138 - Large Topcon RE-Super Outfit, 1963

Large Topcon RE-Super Outfit, 1963 Tokyo Kogaku, Japan. First SLR with fully-coupled through-the-lens metering system! Outfit: 1) Topcon RE-Super (black). - 2) Prismfinder, waist-level viewfinder and loupe viewfinder. - 3) Auto-Topcor 2,8/35 mm. -

Lot: 139 - 7 Wirgin 35mm Cameras

7 Wirgin 35mm Cameras Gebrüder Wirgin, Wiesbaden. 1-3) 3 x Edinex I, 1951, lenses: Wirgin Edinar 2,8/50 mm, Steinheil Cassar 2,8/50 mm and Schneider Radionar 2,9/50 mm. shutters Prontor-S. - 4) Edina, 1953, Wirgin Edinar 3,5/43 mm in Vario. -

Lot: 140 - 5 Wirgin 35mm Cameras

5 Wirgin 35mm Cameras Gebrüder Wirgin, Wiesbaden. 1-2) Edinex (0), 2 different models, lenses: Adoxar 4,5/5 cm in Vario and Schneider Xenar 2,8/5 cm in Compur-Rapid, c. 1935. - And: 3-5) 3 x Edinex (II), assorted models, lenses: Ennatar 4,5/50

Lot: 141 - Diax Ia Outfit, 1952

Diax Ia Outfit, 1952 Voss. Ulm. Diax Ia, no. 63797, 3 viewfinders, with 3 lenses: Xenagon 3,5/35 mm, Xenar 2,8/45 mm and Tele-Xenar 3,5/90 mm. With Diax universal viewfinder and instructions for Diax Ia + IIa. Diax Ia Ausrüstung, 1952

Lot: 142 - Hobix D1, 1952

Hobix D1, 1952 Togodo Optical Co. Ltd., Japan. Size 24 x 32 mm on unperforated 35mm film, TLR style, with reflex and eye-level finder, lens: Hobi Anastigmat 3,8/40 mm, shutter speeds 1/25-1/200 sec. Hobix D1, 1952 Togodo Optical Co. Ltd.,

Lot: 143 - Praktiflex (First Generation) in Red, 1939

Praktiflex (First Generation) in Red, 1939 Kamera-Werkstätten, Niedersedlitz. No. 3462, red leather, Biotar 2/5,8 cm, no. 2659870. - Shutter working well! Praktiflex (1. Generation) in Rot, 1939 Kamera-Werkstätten, Niedersedlitz.

Lot: 144 - Lot of Lenses

Lot of Lenses 1) Schneider Tele-Xenar 4/135 mm. - 2) Rodenstock-Rotelar R 4/135 mm. - 3) Retina-Curtagon 4/28 mm. - 4) Culmigon 4,5/35 mm. - 5) Flektogon 2,8/35 mm. - 6) Voigtländer Septon 2/50 mm. - 7) Skoparex 3,5/35 mm. - 8) Pro-Tessar 4/35

Lot: 145 - Ricoh XR-P Gold, 1987

Ricoh XR-P Gold, 1987 Ricoh, Japan. Gold-plated XR-P with Rikenon 1,7/50 mm. With original cardboard box, inoperative. - Clean surface. Ricoh XR-P (Gold), 1987 Ricoh, Japan. Vergoldete XR-P mit Rikenon 1,7/50 mm. Mit Original-Verpackung.

Lot: 146 - Lot of Cameras

Lot of Cameras Kodak Retina Ia, Brownie Starlet II, Kodak A model 10, Instamatic 314, Pony Flash Kodak, Brownie Starflash, Photina TLR 6 x 6, Vito automatic, Retinette f, Leidolf auto Malik, Bilora 4 x 4, Yashica Campus, Polaroid Miniportrait,

Lot: 147 - 5 Cameras from Germany

5 Cameras from Germany 1) Kodak, Stuttgart. Retina I (Typ 117), 1934, no. 460139, Xenar 3,5/5 cm in Compur. The first Retina camera! (3+/2) - 2) Voigtländer. Perkeo 3 x 4 cm, 1932, no. 982790, Skopar 4,5/5,5 cm in Embezet (not working), first

Lot: 148 - Lot of 35mm Cameras

Lot of 35mm Cameras 1) Eho-Altissa, Dresden. Altix IV, c. 1952, Tessar 2,8/50 mm, with special TLR viewfinder "Flexameter 2,8/50 mm". (3+/-) - 2) WZFO, Poland. Alfa-2, dark-blue version, c. 1962, Emitar 4,5/45 mm. (2-/-) - 3) Universal Camera, USA.

Lot: 149 - Pentacon Super Outfit, 1968

Pentacon Super Outfit, 1968 Pentacon, Dresden. Body no. 2298, Pancolor 1,4/55 mm. Complete with motor drive (no. 2203), cable for motor drive, 250 magazine for 17 m film, lens hood, standard camera back and instruction manual (copy), shutter not

Lot: 150 - Pancolar 1,4/55 mm Carl Zeiss Jena, 1968

"Pancolar 1,4/55 mm" Carl Zeiss Jena, 1968 Pentacon (Carl Zeiss Jena). No. 7251604, fast lens, screw-mount M42, special lens for Pentacon Super, rare! Carl Zeiss Jena "Pancolar 1,4/55 mm", 1968 Pentacon (Carl Zeiss Jena). Lichtstarke Optik,

Lot: 151 - Large "Lucky Dip" of Cameras

Large "Lucky Dip" of Cameras More than 70 cameras (35 mm, TLR, digital and single-use cameras), including Leica MDa, early Rolleiflex 6 x 6 cm, Adox Adrette, Voigtländer Vitessa, Olympus O-product, Olympus Ecru, Fuji DL Super Mini, Ikonta (35

Lot: 152 - Mecaflex (Kilfitt Construction), 1953

Mecaflex (Kilfitt Construction), 1953 Metz Apparatefabrik, Fürth. SLR 24 x 24 mm, no. 1971, Prontor-Reflex 1-1/300 sec., working well. Heinz Kilfitt Kilar 3,5/40 mm, no. 222-2619. In production for just 6 months, with only 2.500 units made,

Lot: 153 - Bolsey Signal Corps Camera PH-324A, c. 1950

Bolsey Signal Corps Camera PH-324A, c. 1950 Bolsey Corp. for U.S. Army. 35mm camera, size 24 x 36 mm, coupled rangefinder, Wollensak Anastigmat 3,2/44 mm, shutter 1/10-1/200 sec., olive-drab. Bolsey Signal Corps Camera PH-324A, um 1950

Lot: 154 - Lot of Cameras

Lot of Cameras 1) Ihagee. Exakta B, 1934, no. 420673, Tessar 2,8/7,5 cm. shutter working. (2-/2-) - 2) Kochmann. Korelle 4 x 6,5 cm, 1931, Radionar 2,9/7,5 cm in Compur. (2-3/2-3) - 3) Nagel. Pupille, 1931, 3 x 4 cm, Leitz Elmar 3,5/5 cm in Compur.

Lot: 155 - Asahiflex Ia, 1953

Asahiflex Ia, 1953 Asahi Kogaku, Japan. No. 84132, focal plane shutter 1/25-1/500 sec. (working well), Takumar 3,5/50 mm. - Excellent condition! Asahiflex Ia, 1953 Asahi Kogaku, Japan. Nr. 84132, Schlitzverschluß 1/25-1/500 Sek.

Lot: 156 - Olympus-Pen FT (Black), 1966

Olympus-Pen FT (Black), 1966 Olympus, Japan. No. 259016, with G. Zuiko Auto-S 1,4/40 mm, shutter unreliable, body cap and case. Olympus-Pen FT (schwarz), 1966 Olympus, Japan. Nr. 259016, mit G. Zuiko Auto-S 1,4/40 mm, löst nur ab und an

Lot: 157 - Luxury Lens Set: Vivitar Series 1 "Gold", 1988

Luxury Lens Set: Vivitar Series 1 "Gold", 1988 Hanimex-Vivitar Deutschland GmbH. "Vivitar 1938-1988", "Vivitar 50th Anniversary. 1) Series 1 28-105 mm 2,8-3,8, serial no. "No. 03 of 50". - And: 2) Series 1 70-210 mm 2,8-4, serial no. "No. 03 of

Lot: 158 - Professional Nikon and Canon Cameras

Professional Nikon and Canon Cameras 1) Nikon F3 HP, no. 1846759, with Nikon Speedlite SB-17. Lenses: Mikro-Nikkor 2,8/55 mm and Mikro-Nikkor 2,8/105 mm. - 2) Canon EOS 3, no. 2726285. - And: 3) Canon EOS 300. Lenses: Canon Zoom 3,5-5,6/28-135 mm,

Lot: 159 - Flektogon 4/50 mm

Flektogon 4/50 mm Carl Zeiss, Jena. No. 9758, for Pentacon Six, clean optics. With 3 adapters: M42 screw-mount, T2 screw-mount and Exakta mount. Flektogon 4/50 mm Carl Zeiss, Jena. Nr. 9758, für Pentacon Six, sehr saubere Gläser.

Lot: 160 - Minnigraph (Type A), First Version, c. 1915

Minnigraph (Type A), First Version, c. 1915 Levy-Roth, Berlin. The first European 35mm camera, size 18 x 24 mm. One spool inside, with exposure table, original lens: Minnigraph Berlin, body no. 1571, counter for 45 pictures. - Important

Lot: 161 - Debrie Sept, 1923

Debrie Sept, 1923 Debrie (Ets. André Debrie, Paris). Spring-motor camera for still, rapid sequence, or cine use, 18 x 24 mm format on 5m cartridge of 35mm film, with Optis Anastigmat 3,5/50 mm. The Debrie Sept is an early Leitz forerunner. -

Lot: 162 - Photoscopic, c. 1924

Photoscopic, c. 1924 La Cinescopie, Brussels, Belgium. No. 5722, second version with winding knob, size 22 x 30 mm on 35mm film, for 50 exposures in special cassettes, 2 cassettes inside, with O.I.P. Gand-Labor 3,5/45 mm in Ibsor shutter, full

Lot: 163 - Debrie Sept, Second Model, 1921

Debrie Sept, Second Model, 1921 Debrie (Ets. André Debrie, Paris). Spring-motor camera for still, rapid sequence or cine use, with 18 x 24 mm format on 5-meter 35mm cartridges, Optis Anastigmat 3,5/50 mm lens, camera with 2 cassettes, motor

Lot: 164 - 2 Early Leica Rival Products, 1928

2 Early Leica Rival Products, 1928 1) The Q.R.S.-DeVry Corp., Chicago, USA. Q.R.S. Kamra, size 24 x 32 mm on 35mm film in special cassette, bakelite body, model series No. A, body no. 4234, lens: Chicago-Q.R.S.-Redseal Superstigmat f5, single-speed

Lot: 165 - Ansco Memo, 1927

Ansco Memo, 1927 Ansco, USA. Size 18 x 24 mm on 35mm film, IIex-Ansco Cinemat 6,3, IIex shutter, with 2 cassettes inside. With original box and soft case. Ansco Memo, 1927 Ansco, USA. Format 18 x 24 mm auf 35mm-Film, beledertes

Lot: 166 - Ur-Leica Replica

Ur-Leica Replica Leitz, Wetzlar. "Nachbildung der Ur-Leica". Non-functional display model of the 1913 prototype, made by Leitz for exhibition purposes. Ur-Leica (Replika) Leitz, Wetzlar. "Nachbildung der Ur-Leica". Offizielle Replika des

Lot: 167 - Leica I (A) Converted to Leica II, 1926

Leica I (A) Converted to Leica II, 1926 Leitz, Wetzlar. "No. 1789". Nickel Elmar 3,5/50 mm, no. 159460. - Very early camera serial number! Leica I (A) hochgerüstet auf Leica II, 1926 Leitz, Wetzlar. "No. 1789". Nickel-Elmar 3,5/50 mm,

Lot: 168 - Leica I (A) with Elmar 3,5 (Near-Focus Version),

Leica I (A) with Elmar 3,5 (Near-Focus Version), 1928 Leitz, Wetzlar. Early 4-digit serial no. 8170, with interesting dimpled "mushroom" button for cable release, round accessory shoe, Elmar 3,5/50 mm (near-focus version!), English tripod bush,

Lot: 169 - Leica I (A) with Elmar, 1928

Leica I (A) with Elmar, 1928 Leitz, Wetzlar. Early 4-digit serial no. 9716, with interesting dimpled "mushroom" button for cable release, round accessory shoe, Elmar 3,5/50 mm (without serial number), an early Leica I (A) in good condition.

Lot: 170 - Leica I (A) with Elmar, 1929

Leica I (A) with Elmar, 1929 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 24056, round accessory shoe, Elmar 3,5/50 mm. With rangefinder FOFER. Leica I (A) mit Elmar, 1929 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 24056, runder Zubehörschuh, Elmar 3,5/50 mm. Mit Entfernungsmesser

Lot: 171 - Leica I (A) with Elmar, 1929

Leica I (A) with Elmar, 1929 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 14344, dimpled "mushroom" button for cable release, round accessory shoe, Elmar 3,5/50 mm, vulcanite in excellent condition, shutter working well. With rangefinder FODUA and case ETRIN. Leica I

Lot: 172 - Leica I (A) Converted to I (C), 1931

Leica I (A) Converted to I (C), 1931 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 59714, I (A) converted to I (C), with standardized lens mount, Elmar 3,5/50 mm (without serial number), shutter uneven. With right-angle finder WINKO. Leica I (A), hochgerüstet auf

Lot: 173 - Leica I (A) "Hektor", 1930

Leica I (A) "Hektor", 1930 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 45748, with Hektor 2,5/50 mm, a very fast lens for the period, round accessory shoe, top-plate with 6 screws. - Excellent condition. With "Fikus" lens hood and original case. Leica I (A) "Hektor",

Lot: 174 - Leica I (B) Rim-Set Compur, 1930

Leica I (B) Rim-Set Compur, 1930 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 50593, Elmar 3,5/50 mm in rim-set Compur, shutter speeds sluggish. Signs of heavy use. With original "Etrin" case and rangefinder FOFER (feet scale). Leica I (B) Ring-Compur, 1930 Leitz,

Lot: 175 - 5 Screw-Mount Lenses for Leica

5 Screw-Mount Lenses for Leica 1) Elmar 4/9 cm, no. 676273, 1948, black/chrome. (1-/1-) - 2) Elmar 4/9 cm, no. 563557, 1941, chrome. (2/1-) - 3) Hektor 4,5/13,5 cm (head only), no. 699017, 1949. (2-/2) - 4) Hektor 4,5/13,5 cm, no. 370463, 1937,

Lot: 176 - 4 Leica Screw-Mount Lenses

4 Leica Screw-Mount Lenses Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Elmar 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 471687, with front cap. - 2-3) 2 x Elmar 4/9 cm (different models), no. 958574 and no. 1161964. - And: 4) Visoflex II, Hektor 4,5/13,5 cm, no. 1136751, ring 16464 K and 4x loupe

Lot: 177 - Leica III (F) with Summar 2/5 cm, 1933

Leica III (F) with Summar 2/5 cm, 1933 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 116216, black/nickel, Summar 2/5 cm, no. 190591, nickel. Long shutter speeds sluggish, everything else in excellent condition. With lens cap. Leica III (F) mit Summar 2/5 cm, 1933

Lot: 178 - Leica II with Megoflex Viewfinder, 1935

Leica II with Megoflex Viewfinder, 1935 1) Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica II, 1935, no. 153199, black, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 179129. (3/2) - And: 2) Hugo Meyer, Görlitz. Megoflex viewfinder, no. 1626, reflex viewfinder. (3/3) - In addition: Case for

Lot: 179 - Leica IIIa and IIIf with Lenses

Leica IIIa and IIIf with Lenses Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica IIIa (G), 1936, no. 298566, chrome, "0" engraving. With Summitar 2/5 cm, no. 660458. (3/2) - And: 2) Leica IIIc converted to IIIf, 1941, chrome, black-dial synchronization, with Summarit 2/5

Lot: 180 - Leica III (F) and IIf

Leica III (F) and IIf Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica III (F), 1934, no. 141390, chrome, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 360835. (3/2-3) - And: 2) Leica IIf, 1951, no. 452899, red-dial synchronization, shutter speeds uneven, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 429621. (2-/3-)

Lot: 181 - Leica III (F) with Rapid Winder, 1937

Leica III (F) with Rapid Winder, 1937 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 244445, black, Summar 2/5 cm, no. 387288. With rapid winder SCNOO (chrome) and special maker's case. Long shutter speeds uniform. - In addition: Original base plate. Leica III (F) mit

Lot: 182 - Leica Standard (E) with Elmar 5 cm, 1939

Leica Standard (E) with Elmar 5 cm, 1939 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 333367, chrome, very clean camera, in mint condition! With Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 534458. Leica Standard (E) mit Elmar 5 cm, 1939 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 333367, Chrom, sehr sauberes

Lot: 183 - Leica III (F) with Elmar 5 cm, 1935

Leica III (F) with Elmar 5 cm, 1935 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 178226, chrome, with Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 147198. Shutter working well! Leica III (F) mit Elmar 5 cm, 1935 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 178226, Chrom, mit Elmar 3,5/5 cm, Nr. 147198.

Lot: 184 - Leica IIIa (G) and IIIc

Leica IIIa (G) and IIIc Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica IIIa (G), 1938, chrome, no. 304883, synchronization, Summar 2/5 cm, no. 347992, long shutter speeds uneven. (2-3/3) - And: 2) Leica IIIc, 1946, no. 429148, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 632380. Shutter speeds

Lot: 185 - Leica Standard with Elmar 3,5 cm, 1939

Leica Standard with Elmar 3,5 cm, 1939 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 329316, chrome, standardized lens mount (without "0" engraving), Elmar 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 451362. - Excellent condition! Leica Standard mit Elmar 3,5 cm, 1939 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr.

Lot: 186 - Leica IIIb with Summar 5 cm, 1939

Leica IIIb with Summar 5 cm, 1939 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 346050, Summar 2/5 cm, no. 386800, well-preserved vulcanite covering. Leica IIIb mit Summar 5 cm, 1939 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 346050, Summar 2/5 cm, Nr. 386800, gut erhaltene Belederung.

Lot: 187 - Leica IIIc "Luftwaffen-Eigentum", 1940

Leica IIIc "Luftwaffen-Eigentum", 1940 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 365478, delivery date in Berlin 12.11.40, with additional engraving "Fl. No. 38079". Typical defacement of "Luftwaffen-Eigentum", but Fl. No. untouched. With Elmar 3,5/5 cm. Slow shutter

Lot: 188 - Accessories for Leica Screw-Mount Cameras

Accessories for Leica Screw-Mount Cameras 1) Universal bellows I UXOOR. - 2) Visoflex I with 5x loupe OZYXO and LVFOO, and other loupe. - 3) Leitz double cable release. - 4) Ring DOORX. - 5) Screw-mount ring. - And: 6) 2 copy tripods I and II for

Lot: 189 - Hektor 2,5/5 cm, 1933

Hektor 2,5/5 cm, 1933 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 168065, nickel, rangefinder coupling, very good condition. Hektor 2,5/5 cm, 1933 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 168065, Nickel, Entfernungsmesserkupplung, guter Zustand. Start Price: EUR 300

Lot: 190 - Summitar 2/5 cm, 1949

Summitar 2/5 cm, 1949 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 705551, for screw-mount Leica, with M adapter. Summitar 2/5 cm, 1949 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 705551, für Schraub-Leica, mit M-Adapter. Start Price: EUR 80 Condition:(2/2)

Lot: 191 - Leitz Xenon 1,5/5 cm, 1937

Leitz Xenon 1,5/5 cm, 1937 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 375800, metric, 3 knurled rings, some dust and particles between the elements. Leitz Xenon 1,5/5 cm, 1937 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 375800, Meter-Skala, 3 geriffelte Ringe, Staub- und

Lot: 192 - Summaron 5,6/2,8 cm (M39)

Summaron 5,6/2,8 cm (M39) Leitz, Wetzlar. Without serial number! Feet scale, sought-after wide-angle lens. Summaron 5,6/2,8 cm (M39) Leitz, Wetzlar. Ohne Seriennummer! Feet-Skala, gesuchtes Weitwinkelobjektiv. Start Price: EUR 450

Lot: 193 - Leica IIf with Visoflex II

Leica IIf with Visoflex II Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica IIf, 1951, no. 451659, black-dial synchronization, with Visoflex II (4x magnifier OTXBO) and Elmar 3,5/65 mm, no. 2258884. Leica IIf mit Visoflex II Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica IIf, 1951, Nr.

Lot: 194 - Leica Ic with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1950

Leica Ic with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1950 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 521177, with Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 780853, viewfinder SBLOO, lens cap. Leica Ic mit Summaron 3,5 cm, 1950 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 521177, mit Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, Nr. 780853, Sucher

Lot: 195 - Leica Ic and If

Leica Ic and If Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica Ic, 1951, no. 561720, good condition. (3+/2). - And: 2) Leica If, 1951, no. 564787, red-dial synchronization, excellent condition. (2/2) Leica Ic und If Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica Ic, 1951, Nr. 561720,

Lot: 196 - Leica IIf with Accessories, 1951

Leica IIf with Accessories, 1951 Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica IIf, no. 574428, red-dial synchronization, shutter speeds all the same, everything else in excellent condition. With Summitar 2/5 cm, no. 900753, case and lens cap. - And: 2) Accessories:

Lot: 197 - Leica IIIf with Summicron 5 cm, 1952

Leica IIIf with Summicron 5 cm, 1952 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 647447, chrome, red-dial synchronization, version without selftimer. With Summicron 2/5 cm, no. 920092 (feet). - Excellent condition, near-mint! Leica IIIf mit Summicron 5 cm, 1952

Lot: 198 - Leica IIIf with Elmar 5 cm, 1953

Leica IIIf with Elmar 5 cm, 1953 Leitz, Wetzlar. Interesting serial number "Nr. 656001", red-dial synchronization, without self-timer, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 1085190, red diaphragm scale. - Original inspection card with identical serial number. -

Lot: 199 - Leica If with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1953

Leica If with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1953 Leitz, Wetzlar. no. 673259, red-dial synchronization, Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 712036, universal viewfinder VIDOM. Leica If mit Summaron 3,5 cm, 1953 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 673259, rote Kontaktzahlen,

Lot: 200 - Leica IIf with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1954

Leica IIf with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1954 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 680323, red-dial synchronization, 1/1000 sec., Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 1307878. Leica IIf mit Summaron 3,5 cm, 1954 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 680323, rote Kontaktzahlen, 1/1000 Sek.,

Lot: 201 - Leica IIIf with Elmar 3,5/5 cm, 1956

Leica IIIf with Elmar 3,5/5 cm, 1956 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 812937, chrome, version with self-timer and red-dial synchronization. Elmar 3,5/50 mm, no. 1344073, red scale. - Excellent condition! Leica IIIf mit Elmar 3,5/5 cm, 1956 Leitz,

Lot: 202 - Leica IIIg with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1957

Leica IIIg with Summaron 3,5 cm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 878362, chrome, second shutter curtain stuck. With Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 1596541. Leica IIIg mit Summaron 3,5 cm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 878362, Chrom, zweiter

Lot: 203 - Leica Ig with Summicron 35 mm, 1957

Leica Ig with Summicron 35 mm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 887484, from the first production year. Summicron 2/35 mm, no. 1671432. Universal viewfinder VIOOH. Leica Ig mit Summicron 35 mm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 887484, aus dem ersten

Lot: 204 - Leica IIIg with Summicron 5 cm, 1957

Leica IIIg with Summicron 5 cm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 868995, shutter stuck, vulcanite and body in very good condition. Summicron 2/5 cm, no. 1481081. Leica IIIg mit Summicron 5 cm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 868995, Verschluß

Lot: 205 - Leica IIIg with Original Box, 1957

Leica IIIg with Original Box, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica IIIg, no. 879647 (inside and on top plate), chrome, excellent condition, with original box (matching serial number!), and case. (1-/1) - And: 2) Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 464566, feet scale,

Lot: 206 - Near-Mint Leica IIIg with Elmar 2,8/50 mm, 1958

Near-Mint Leica IIIg with Elmar 2,8/50 mm, 1958 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 933408 (inside identical), chrome, vulcanite and plating in excellent condition. Elmar 2,8/50 mm, no. 1670151, with case. Leica IIIg mit Elmar 2,8/50 mm, 1958 Leitz,

Lot: 207 - Leica M3 (Double Stroke), No. 703200, 1954

Leica M3 (Double Stroke), No. 703200, 1954 Leitz, Wetzlar. Chrome, early serial number, double stroke, only one minimal spot of vulcanite missing (under the lens), everything else in excellent condition! - In addition: Summicron 2/5 cm, no.

Lot: 208 - Leica M3 Body (Double-Stroke), 1955

Leica M3 Body (Double-Stroke), 1955 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. M3-785549, chrome, no field-frame selector. Leica M3 Gehäuse (Double-Stroke), 1955 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. M3-785549, Chrom, ohne Bildfeldwähler. Start Price: EUR 220

Lot: 209 - Leica M3 with Close-Range Summicron, 1957

Leica M3 with Close-Range Summicron, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 913205, chrome, double-stroke advance, rewind knob with 2 red dots. With close-range Summicron 2/50 mm, no. 1786876. - Excellent condition! Leica M3 mit Nah-Summicron, 1957 Leitz,

Lot: 210 - Leica M3 with Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, 1959

Leica M3 with Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, 1959 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. M3-965874, chrome, single-stroke advance. Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, with M3 eyes finder, no. 1485801. With Leica-Meter MR, lens hood and lens cap. Leica M3 mit Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, 1959

Lot: 211 - Leica M3 with Summicron 2/50 mm, 1961

Leica M3 with Summicron 2/50 mm, 1961 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. M3-1034406, single-stroke advance, chrome. With Summicron 2/50 mm, no. 2093111. With Leica-Meter MC, case and brochures. Leica M3 mit Summicron 2/50 mm, 1961 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr.

Lot: 212 - Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm (with Spectacle-Finder), 1958

Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm (with Spectacle-Finder), 1958 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1595544, for Leica M2, meter scale, minor dent on viewfinder. Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm (mit Suchervorsatz), 1958 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1595544, für Leica M2, Meter-Skala,

Lot: 213 - Summaron M3 2,8/35 mm, 1959

Summaron M3 2,8/35 mm, 1959 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1666380, chrome, with M3 spectacle-finder. Summaron M3 2,8/35 mm, 1959 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1666380, Chrom, mit Suchervorsatz für M3. Start Price: EUR 180 Condition:(3/3)

Lot: 214 - Summaron M3 2,8/35 mm, 1959

Summaron M3 2,8/35 mm, 1959 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1694811. Summaron M3 2,8/35 mm, 1959 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1694811, mit M3-Brille. Start Price: EUR 180 Condition:(3-2/2)

Lot: 215 - Summicron M3 2/35 mm, 1961

Summicron M3 2/35 mm, 1961 Leitz, Canada. No. 1853784, chrome, with M3 spectacle-finder, interior cloudy. Summicron M3 2/35, 1961 Leitz, Canada. Nr. 1853784, Chrom, mit Suchervorsatz für M3, Gläser beschlagen. Start Price: EUR

Lot: 216 - Leica Stemar 3,5/3,3 cm (M System), 1954

Leica Stemar 3,5/3,3 cm (M System), 1954 Leitz, Canada. Complete system for stereo exposures with M Leica OIRZO, Stemar 3,5/3,3 cm, no. 1124278, original box, prism attachment OIMPO with flap and rear cap (coating slightly patchy), brightline

Lot: 217 - Leica MDa with Telyt 4,8/280 mm

Leica MDa with Telyt 4,8/280 mm 1) Leitz, Wetzlar. MDa, no. 1410581, long shutter speeds uneven, small section of missing vulcanite. (3/4) - 2) Visoflex II with 4x magnifier OTXBO. - And: 3) Telyt 4,8/280 mm (Canada), no. 1993266, in adapter 14112G

Lot: 218 - Leica MD-2 "Canada", 1980

Leica MD-2 "Canada", 1980 Leitz, Canada. No. 1531668, black, only baseplate has slight signs of use, everything else in very good condition. - Only 951 cameras of this type produced in Canada. Leica MD-2 "Canada", 1980 Leitz, Canada. Nr.

Lot: 219 - Leica M4 with Elmar 2,8/50 mm, 1969

Leica M4 with Elmar 2,8/50 mm, 1969 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1229795, chrome, Elmar 2,8/50 mm, no. 2327629. Leica M4 mit Elmar 2,8/50 mm, 1969 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1229795, Chrom, Elmar 2,8/50 mm, Nr. 2327629. Start Price: EUR 400

Lot: 220 - Leica M6 (Black), 1990

Leica M6 (Black), 1990 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1780643, type 10404, black, excellent condition. With original cardboard box, packing box and instruction manual. Leica M6 (schwarz), 1990 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1780643, Typ 10404, schwarz, gut

Lot: 221 - Leica CL "50 Jahre", 1975

Leica CL "50 Jahre", 1975 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1401290. Anniversary model, limited edition no. 319-I, with body cap. - Unused, near-mint! Leica CL "50 Jahre", 1975 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1401290. Jubiläumsmodell, limitierte Auflage Nr.

Lot: 222 - Leica M Monochrom (Black)

Leica M Monochrom (Black) Leica Camera Germany. Body no. 4349556. With body cap, 2 lithium ion batteries and charger. Leica M Monochrom (schwarz) Leica Camera Germany. Gehäuse-Nr. 4349556. Mit Gehäusedeckel, Ladegerät und 2

Lot: 223 - Elmarit-M 2,8/135 mm

Elmarit-M 2,8/135 mm Leitz, Canada. No. 3294722, for filter E55, single-piece lens hood. - Near-mint! Elmarit-M 2,8/135 mm Leitz, Canada. Nr. 3294722, für E55-Filter, einteilige Sonnenblende, 2 Deckel. - Sehr guter Zustand! Start

Lot: 224 - Summaron (M) 2,8/35 mm, 1965

Summaron (M) 2,8/35 mm, 1965 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 2081277, red plastic index on rear chrome ring. With lens hood 12585, lens cap and container. Summaron (M) 2,8/35 mm, 1965 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 2081277, roter Punkt auf hinterem Chromring. Mit

Lot: 225 - Summaron 2,8/35 mm (M), 1965

Summaron 2,8/35 mm (M), 1965 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 2153949, red plastic index on rear chrome ring. In mint ++ condition! Summaron 2,8/35 mm (M), 1965 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 2153949, roter Index-Punkt auf hinterem Chromring. Fast neuwertig!

Lot: 226 - Summicron 2/5 cm, 1958

Summicron 2/5 cm, 1958 Leitz, Wetzlar. Chrome, no. 1582563, meter scale, excellent condition! 2 caps. Summicron 2/5 cm, 1958 Leitz, Wetzlar. Chrom, Nr. 1582563, Meter-Skala, sehr guter Zustand! 2 Deckel. Start Price: EUR 200

Lot: 227 - Dual-Range Summicron 2/5 cm, 1957

Dual-Range Summicron 2/5 cm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1533094, chrome, meter scale, complete with original box and spectacle-finder. - Excellent condition! Nah-Summicron 2/5 cm, 1957 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1533094, Chrom, Meter-Skala, komplett

Lot: 228 - Summicron 2/50 mm (Black Paint), 1962

Summicron 2/50 mm (Black Paint), 1962 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1926512. Late and rare version, with double scale, focus ring stuck. Summicron 2/50 mm (Schwarzlack), 1962 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1926512. Späte und seltene Version mit

Lot: 229 - Summicron 2/50 mm (M), 1972

Summicron 2/50 mm (M), 1972 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 2535405, black-anodized finish. Summicron 2/50 mm (M), 1972 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 2535405, schwarz eloxiert. Start Price: EUR 200 Condition:(2/2+)

Lot: 230 - Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (I) and Elmar 4/90 mm (I)

Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (I) and Elmar 4/90 mm (I) Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (I), no. 1984007, chrome. (2-/2-) - And: 2) Elmar 4/90 mm (I), no. 1767575, chrome. (2-/2-) Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (I) und Elmar 4/90 mm (I) Leitz, Wetzlar. 1)

Lot: 231 - Summicron 2/90 mm (M), 1958

Summicron 2/90 mm (M), 1958 "Ernst Leitz Canada Ltd. Midland". No. 1580482, Leitz no. 11127 SOOZI-M, with lens hood 12527 HMOOD, 2 caps. User marks, optics in very good condition. - Sought-after early six-element design. Summicron 2/90 mm (M),

Lot: 232 - 3 Leica M Lenses

3 Leica M Lenses Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Elmar 2,8/5 cm (M), no. 1637304. (2/2) - 2) Elmarit 2,8/90 mm, chrome, no. 1692539, feet/meter scale, 2 caps. (2-/2) - And: 3) Elmar 4/135 mm, no. 1768683, chrome, front cap. (3/2) 3 Leica-M-Objektive

Lot: 233 - Elmar 4/90 mm and Hektor 4,5/13,5 cm

Elmar 4/90 mm and Hektor 4,5/13,5 cm Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Elmar 4/90 mm, no. 1725312, with front cap and lens hood, container. (2-/1) - And: 2) Hektor 4,5/13,5 cm, no. 1240526, with lens hood, container. (2/1) - In addition: Extension rings 16471J,

Lot: 234 - Elmar 4/9 cm (Collapsible), 1955

Elmar 4/9 cm (Collapsible), 1955 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1237553, meter scale, Leica M mount, focusing stuck. Elmar 4/9 cm (versenkbar), 1955 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1237553, Meter-Skala. Leica-M-Bajonett, Schneckengang sitzt fest. Start Price:

Lot: 235 - Tele-Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (M) without Serial Number

Tele-Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (M) without Serial Number Leitz, Canada, c. 1966. Version with removable head! Black, probably a prototype. Tele-Elmarit 2,8/90 mm (M) ohne Serien nummer Leitz, Canada, um 1966. Abnehmbarer Kopf! Schwarze Lackierung.

Lot: 236 - Hektor 2,5/12,5 cm, 1954

Hektor 2,5/12,5 cm, 1954 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1224271, meter scale, for Visoflex, with lens hood. - Only approx. 3,300 units produced. Hektor 2,5/12,5 cm, 1954 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1224271, Meter-Skala, für Visoflex, mit Gegenlichtblende.

Lot: 237 - Leica R4 Gold, 1984

Leica R4 Gold, 1984 Leitz, Portugal. No. I 038, serial no. 1651589, with Summilux-R 1,4/50 lens, no. 3295329, in luxury finish, 24-carat gold-plated body, snake-skin covering! With certificate of authenticity, all papers, wooden box and

Lot: 238 - Leicaflex SL Mot and SL 2 Mot

Leicaflex SL Mot and SL 2 Mot Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) SL Mot, no. 1365469, black, body cap. - And: 2) SL 2 Mot, no. 1445783, 1976, black, body cap. - Both cameras in excellent condition. Leicaflex SL Mot und SL 2 Mot Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) SL Mot,

Lot: 239 - Leicaflex SL (Black), 1969

Leicaflex SL (Black), 1969 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 1239094, black chrome-plated, body cap. - Excellent condition! Leicaflex SL (schwarz), 1969 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 1239094, schwarz verchromt, Gehäusedeckel. - Super Zustand! Start Price:

Lot: 240 - Leica R3 Electronic, R4 and R5

Leica R3 Electronic, R4 and R5 1) Leica R3 Electronic, chrome, no. 1450695, body cap, excellent condition. (1-2/1) - 2) Leica R4, chrome, no. 1664389, body cap, near mint! (1-/1) - And: 3) Leica R5, chrome, no. 1733297, body cap, excellent

Lot: 241 - Leica R4 Mot, R5 and R6

Leica R4 Mot, R5 and R6 1) Leica R4 Mot Electronic, no. 1540846, body cap. (2-3/2) - 2) Leica R5, black, no. 1764284, body cap, excellent condition. (2/1) - And: 3) Leica R6, chrome, no. 1772297, body cap, excellent + condition, near mint! (1-/1)

Lot: 242 - Leica R6.2 and R7

Leica R6.2 and R7 Leica Camera GmbH, Germany. 1) Leica R6.2, no. 1997795, chrome, body cap. Near-mint! - And: 2) Leica R7, no. 1919554, chrome, body cap. Also near-mint! Leica R6.2 und R7 Leica Camera GmbH, Germany. 1) Leica R6.2, Nr.

Lot: 243 - Apo Telyt-R 3,4/180 mm

Apo Telyt-R 3,4/180 mm Leitz, Canada. No. 2867053, 2 caps, top condition! Sought-after Leica R tele lens. Apo Telyt-R 3,4/180 mm Leitz, Canada. Nr. 2867053, 2 Deckel, Top-Zustand! Gesuchtes Leica-R-Teleobjektiv. Start Price: EUR 400

Lot: 244 - Leica R4 Gold, 1984

Leica R4 Gold, 1984 Leitz, Portugal. Limited edition no. I 039, body serial no. 1651591, lens Leitz (Wetzlar) Summilux-R 1,4/50 mm, no. 3295342. Luxury 24-carat gold-plated finish and snakeskin covering. With original wood box and lens cap.

Lot: 245 - Leica R4, R5 and 3 Lenses

Leica R4, R5 and 3 Lenses Leitz, Wetzlar and Portugal. 1) Leica R4, no. 1573328, very good condition, working. With Summicron-R 2/50 mm (only R), no. 2924724. - 2) Leica R5, no. 1721198, very good condition, working. With Elmar-R 4/180 mm, 3-cam,

Lot: 246 - Leitz Accessories

Leitz Accessories Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Rangefinder FODUA (FODIS), small disc 2,15 cm, no. 2078. - 2) Universal viewfinder VIOOH with TUVOO, no. 96000. - 3) Universal viewfinder VIDOM. - 4) Universal viewfinder VIOOH (straight sides). - 5-6) Lens

Lot: 247 - 10 Leica Cases

10 Leica Cases Leitz, Wetzlar. 10 maker's cases for early and later screw-mount cameras and M model: for Ic, IIIf, M3 and more. 10 Leica-Taschen Leitz, Wetzlar. 10 Bereitschaftstaschen für frühe und spätere

Lot: 248 - Leitz Copying Stand and Bellows II for Leica M

Leitz Copying Stand and Bellows II for Leica M Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leica M Copying Stand BEOON 1:3-1:1 with masks and BEOON magnifiers, near-mint. (1/1) - And: 2) Leica bellows II (16556) with lens shade (16557) and 3 bellows adapters 16590, 16596

Lot: 249 - Leitz Summar 4,5/120 mm, c. 1905

Leitz Summar 4,5/120 mm, c. 1905 Leitz, Wetzlar. Brass lens, screw-mount approx. 35 mm, iris stop, height 1 ½ in., Ø 1 3/5 in., clean optics. Leitz Summar 4,5/120 mm, um 1905 Leitz, Wetzlar. Ernst-Leitz-Objektiv in Messingfassung,

Lot: 250 - Leica Fotografie and Leica Books

"Leica Fotografie" and Leica Books 1) "Leica Fotografie", volume 1950-62 and special edition 1977 (63 magazines, not complete), some blank folders. - And: 2) Books: "Leica-Handbuch" (Original), 1930. 3 pocketbooks from 1952, 1960 and 1964.

Lot: 251 - Leitz Viewfinders and Rangefinders

Leitz Viewfinders and Rangefinders Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Universal viewfinder VIDOM, chrome. - 2) Universal viewfinder VIOOH. - 3) Brightline viewfinder, 3,5 cm, SBLOO/12010. - 4-5) 2 brightline viewfinders, 5 cm and 50 mm, SBOOI/12015. - 6)

Lot: 252 - Leitz Screw-Mount Lenses and Lens Hoods

Leitz Screw-Mount Lenses and Lens Hoods Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 1283459. (3-4/3) - 2) Elmar 3,5/5 cm, no. 428168. (3-4/3). - Lens hoods: 3) SOOPD "Summitar". - 4) SOOFM "Summicron". - 5) FOOKH/12505. - 6) FLQOO, rare! - 7-9) 3 x

Lot: 253 - Leitz Accessories

Leitz Accessories Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Viewfinder "Aufsu", early model, with box. - 2) Brightline viewfinder SBKOO, chrome, metal, for 21 mm. - 3) Brightline viewfinder SHOOC, chrome, for 135 mm. - 4) Brightline viewfinder SBOOI, 5 cm. - 5)

Lot: 254 - Visoflex III with Elmar 3,5/65 mm

Visoflex III with Elmar 3,5/65 mm Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Visoflex III with 4x magnifier 16499 and 5x loupe, setting ring 1646 with ring 16474M, polarization filter 13358 and 3 more filters. - And: 2) Elmar 3,5/65 mm, no. 2378989 with connecting ring

Lot: 255 - Leitz Accessories

Leitz Accessories Visoflex III without screen and loupe, lens hood SOOFM for Summicron, lens hood FOOKH for Summaron-Elmar 3,5 cm, Elpro 3 16543, Macrotar VIIb 16534 with box, 5 Leitz filters (various), 11 adapter rings, 19 body and lens caps, 19

Lot: 256 - Leica M Accessories

Leica M Accessories 1) Visoflex I OZXOM (for Leica M). - 2) 5x loupe LVFOO. - 3) 4x loupe 45° PEGOO. - And: 4) Bellows II 16556. Leica-M-Zubehör 1) Visoflex I OZXOM (für Leica M). - 2) 5-fach-Lupe LVFOO. - 3) 4-fach-Lupe

Lot: 257 - Leitz Accessories

Leitz Accessories Leitz, Wetzlar. Close-up device SOOKY and NOOKY. - Ring UOORF. - Close-up device OTZFO/16464. - OUBIO/16466, with box. - Extension ring OUBIO. - Focusing device 16462 and OUAGO. - Ring OUFRO/16469. - Tube OTSRO/16472. - Flash

Lot: 258 - 3 Visoflex "M" Units and Accessories

3 Visoflex "M" Units and Accessories Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Visoflex II, with box. - 2) Visoflex II, with 90° magnifier OTXBO. - 3) Visoflex III, with 90° magnifier 16499. - 4) Focoslide OOBAZ. - And: 5) Bellows II. 3 x Visoflex "M" und

Lot: 259 - Leicaflex Components

Leicaflex Components Leicaflex SL body, chrome, without back. Second Leicaflex body with some spare parts. Cover plate "Leicaflex". 2 camera backs for Leicaflex (1 with black paint). Leicaflex-Ersatzteile Leicaflex-SL-Gehäuse, Chrom,

Lot: 260 - Leitz Accessories

Leitz Accessories 1) Visoflex I with loupe 45° PEGOO. - 2) Bellows I UXOOR with bellows/lens hood UZEOO. - 3) Slide copy attachment ELDUR. - 4) Flash rack CTOOM. - 5) Microscope attachment for slide projector 32807L, with box and 3 lenses. -

Lot: 261 - Leica Advertising

Leica Advertising 1) Leica family tree (from "Ur-Leica" to "R3 gold"), size 15 ¾ x 24 in. - 2) Small poster "Schraub-Leicas", size 13 1/3 x 15 ¾ in. - 3) Advertising art "Leica M3", French, size 9 x 11 ¾ in. - 4) Advertising art

Lot: 262 - 3 Leitz Slide Projectors

3 Leitz Slide Projectors Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Leitz Prado 500, 500 W, for 35mm film, Elmaron 2,8/150 mm, with cardboard box. (2/-) - 2) Leitz Prado 150, 150 W, for 35mm film, Dimaron 2,8/100 mm, with cardboard box. (2+/-) - And: 3) Leitz projector,

Lot: 263 - Leica Fake "Olympischen Spielen 1936"

Leica Fake "Olympischen Spielen 1936" Fed, USSR. Fake of a Leica II with several engravings: "Olympischen Spielen 1936 - No. 216317 K" - eagle - Olympic rings - "Berlin", the baseplate engraved: "Auftrag Nachbestellung - Sondertest" and many more.

Lot: 264 - Leica Fake (Cut-Away Version)

Leica Fake (Cut-Away Version) Fed, USSR. Fake of a Leica II, back stamped "Betriebsk. No. 0016", fake of a Leitz "Elmar", very elaborately made cut-away camera, working! - An eyecatcher, near-mint! Leica-Fälschung (Schnittmodell) Fed,

Lot: 265 - Periflex (I), Black, 1954

Periflex (I), Black, 1954 Corfield, England. No. 512054, late model with speeds-engravings on chrome-ring. Attractive SLR camera with periscope finder and accessory viewfinder. Corfield Lumar 3,5/50 mm, no. 3763, Leica screw-mount M39, focal plane

Lot: 266 - Fed-2 (Cut-Away Version)

Fed-2 (Cut-Away Version) Fed, USSR. Elaborately made cut-away model with cut-away lens, shutter working. Fed-2 (Schnittmodell) Fed, UdSSR. Aufwendig gearbeitetes Schnittmodell, mit Optik (ebenfalls Schnittmodell), Kameraverschluß

Lot: 267 - Fairchild K-20 Aerial Camera, c. 1945

"Fairchild K-20" Aerial Camera, c. 1945 Fairchild, USA. Special rollfilm, size 13 x 13 cm, shutter 1/125-1/500 sec., working excellently! Lens: Paragon Anastigmat 4,5/163 mm. Luftbildkamera "Fairchild K-20", um 1945 Fairchild, USA. Für

Lot: 268 - Graflex K20 Aircraft Camera, c. 1941

Graflex K20 Aircraft Camera, c. 1941 The Folding Graflex Corporation, USA. Size 4 x 5 in., lever wheel (working), shutter 1/125-1/500 sec., Kodak Anastigmat 4,5/161 mm, with orange filter. Graflex Aircraft K20, um 1941 The Folding Graflex

Lot: 269 - 3 Polaroid Land Cameras

3 Polaroid Land Cameras Polaroid, USA. 1) Polaroid 95A, 1954, lens 8/130 mm, shutter 1/12-1/100 sec., brown leather covering, black bellows, with original light meter. - 2) Polaroid 800, 1957, lens 8/130 mm, coupled rangefinder, beige. - And: 3)

Lot: 270 - Maton Bakelite Camera, c. 1930

"Maton" Bakelite Camera, c. 1930 Multipose Portable Cameras, Ltd., France. Brown bakelite camera, for 24 exposures of 24 x 30 mm on positive paper film. No. 3242, Trylor 4,5/85 mm lens, Gitzo shutter, currently not working. Bakelite in excellent

Lot: 271 - Russian Handbag Spy Camera

Russian Handbag Spy Camera Dard-red leather case with built-in special camera for 35mm film, picture size 24 x 24 mm, electric drive and functions, lens with manual focusing (1 m to infinity), camera not marked, serial no. in camera "5298",

Lot: 272 - Sunshine (Camera + Projector), c. 1947

Sunshine (Camera + Projector), c. 1947 OMI (Ottico Meccanica, Italia). Very rare 3-color camera for 35mm film (picture size 23 x 28 mm), camera with 3 filters red, green and blue, serial no. 0072, lens Omiterna 3,5/35 mm, shutter 1/25-1/50 sec. and

Lot: 273 - Vinten Reconnaissance Camera, c. 1975

Vinten Reconnaissance Camera, c. 1975 W. Vinten Ltd., London. Air camera for double-sided perforated 70mm film, with special lens Taylor Taylor & Hobson 4/12 in., camera type F.95 Ref. No. 14A/4556, body no. 629. With 70mm magazine MK IIa No.

Lot: 274 - Bermpohl-Naturfarbenkamera (Three-Color Camera),

Bermpohl-Naturfarbenkamera (Three-Color Camera), 1930 Bermpohl & Co., Berlin. Serial no. 517. Size 9 x 12 cm, tropical wood with brass fittings, with integral yellow and green filter and changeable red filter. Brown bellows, lens Ross, London

Lot: 275 - C-64 Agent Camera, 1985

"C-64" Agent Camera, 1985 Krasnogorsk (KMZ), USSR. Professional attachment of the KGB for copying secret documents, fast folding floor model, film size 18 x 24 mm on 2 cassettes of 8 m film, lens 5,6/30 mm, shutter 1/20-1 sec. For copies of 68 x 90

Lot: 276 - Air King Camera Radio (Type A-410), c. 1947

Air King Camera Radio (Type A-410), c. 1947 Air King Products Co., NY, USA. Valve radio with camera, for rollfilm type 828, size 26 x 40 mm, brown imitation snakeskin covering, Prota Lens 50 mm and simple shutter, radio not tested. Air King

Lot: 277 - Widelux F6, 1975

Widelux F6, 1975 Panon, Japan. No. 344938. Panoram camera, ultra-wide angle 140°, size 24 x 59 mm on 35mm film, shutter speeds 1/15-1/250 sec., with maker's case. Widelux F6, 1975 Panon, Japan. Nr. 344938. Panorama-Kamera mit

Lot: 278 - Fotochrome Camera, c. 1965

Fotochrome Camera, c. 1965 Fotochrome Inc., USA (Made by Petri, Japan). Unusual camera, futuristic style, special camera for positive-direct film, single-speed shutter coupled to the selenium meter, "Fotocolor" lens, built-in flash reflector.

Lot: 279 - 2 Air Force Gun Cameras, c. 1960

2 Air Force Gun Cameras, c. 1960 Bell & Howell and Fairchild, New York, USA. 16mm lenses: Bell & Howell Ansix Type-V 3,5/35 mm and Kodak 35 mm, film size 16 mm in Kodak cassettes, with one cassette. Cameras coupled with cannonry. -

Lot: 280 - Agfa Registrierkamera (Recording Camera), 1960

Agfa Registrierkamera (Recording Camera), 1960 Agfa, Munich. For 35mm film, size 24 x 36 mm, no. ZT4707, with Color-Solinar 2,8/50 mm and long rollfilm back, without cables. Agfa Registrierkamera, 1960 Agfa, München. Registrierkamera

Lot: 281 - Telepac TS-35, 1982

Telepac TS-35, 1982 Daichu Products Ltd., Tokyo, Japan. Binocular camera, "Ricoh KR-10" body, with non-interchangeable lens "ST-Telematic 5,6/300 mm" coupled with binocular 9 x 30 Field 7°, metal focal plane shutter. - Unusual reflex-binocular

Lot: 282 - Spy Binoculars Camera "Sipe" 7 x 50

Spy Binoculars Camera "Sipe" 7 x 50 Sipe, Krefeld, Germany. Binoculars Sipe 7 x 50 with built-in Pentax auto 110 with lens Pentax 110 2,8/70. Spionage-Fernglaskamera "Sipe", 7 x 50 Sipe, Krefeld. Fernglas Sipe 7 x 50 mit angesetzter Pentax

Lot: 283 - Buttonhole Spy Camera (F-21)

Buttonhole Spy Camera (F-21) Krasnogork (KMZ), USSR. Special camera with clockwork transport, no. T931144, 18 pictures, size 18 x 24 mm on special cassettes (with 3 cassettes), lens 2,8/28 mm, shutter speeds 1/10-1/100 sec. Ingeniously designed

Lot: 284 - Spy Camera in Gentleman's Bag

Spy Camera in Gentleman's Bag East German state security special camera "F-21" with clockwork drive in gentleman's bag, 18 pictures of 18 x 25 mm in special cassette, serial no. "KN829199" inside the bag, camera working. Size of the bag: 10 5/8 x 7

Lot: 285 - Hasselblad 2000 FCW, 1988

Hasselblad 2000 FCW, 1988 Hasselblad, Sweden. 1) Hasselblad 2000 FCW, No. RR 1524639, shutter 1-1/2000 sec., working. - 2) Magazine A12, No. 30EH35436. - 3) Waist-level viewfinder. - 4) Prism viewfinder PME45 (untested). - 5) Planar 2/110 mm, No.

Lot: 286 - Sinar View-Camera 13 x 18 cm "System C. Koch"

Sinar View-Camera 13 x 18 cm "System C. Koch" Sinar, Switzerland. Focusing screen back 9 x 12 cm, with 2 lenses: Zeiss Tessar 4,5/25 cm and Sironar 6,8/360 mm, shutter in front panel. Camera mounted on large special tripod with head.

Lot: 287 - Voigtländer Universal-Heliar 4,5/42 cm

Voigtländer Universal-Heliar 4,5/42 cm Voigtländer, Braunschweig. No. 5910092. Black anodized, iris stop. Special lens on Sinar board. Voigtländer Universal-Heliar 4,5/42 cm Voigtländer, Braunschweig. Nr.

Lot: 288 - Plaubel Peco Universal III, c. 1960

Plaubel Peco Universal III, c. 1960 Plaubel, Frankfurt. Size 13 x 18 cm, no. PU/01 2072. Studio camera on optical bench, focusing screen back 13 x 18 cm, lens board with "Tessar 4,5/25 cm" in Compound, with compendium. - In addition: Small Linhof

Lot: 289 - Konica Hexar RF Kit

Konica Hexar RF Kit Konica, Japan. 35mm camera, Leica-M mount. No. 1443756. With M-Hexanon 2/50 mm (no. 3211833), Konica HX-18W flash unit (with case), all caps, instruction manual, presentation case and cardboard box. - Sought-after camera!

Lot: 290 - Linhof Technika III (Green Edition), c. 1950

Linhof Technika III (Green Edition), c. 1950 Linhof, Munich. Size 4 x 5 in. (9 x 12 cm), green leather covering. With 3 lenses: Technika-Heliar 4,5/21 cm (shutter speeds all the same), Angulon 6,8/9 cm (shutter stuck) and Xenar 4,5/15 cm (shutter

Lot: 291 - 2 Professional Folding-Plate Cameras

2 Professional Folding-Plate Cameras 1) Linhof, Munich. Linhof-Präzisions-Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1920. No. 17188, with Voigtländer Heliar 4,5/18 cm in Compound, focusing screen back. (3-/3+) - And: 2) Krauss, Paris. Krauss Actis

Lot: 292 - Graflex KE-4 (1) 70mm Combat Camera, 1953

Graflex KE-4 (1) 70mm Combat Camera, 1953 Graflex, USA. Signal corps model in drab olive, known as "Gulliver's Contax", for exposures of 5,5 x 7 cm, focal plane shutter 1-1/500 sec. (stuck). With 2 lenses: Kodak Ektar 4 in. (102 mm) f2,8 RM210 and

Lot: 293 - Hasselblad SWC with Biogon 4,5/38 mm, 1965

Hasselblad SWC with Biogon 4,5/38 mm, 1965 Hasselblad, Sweden. No. TCW 6626, Biogon 4,5/38 mm, no. 3571188, small dent on filter screw-mount. With original viewfinder and magazine A-12. Hasselblad SWC mit Biogon 4,5/38 mm, 1965 Hasselblad,

Lot: 294 - Hasselblad SWC/M, 1980

Hasselblad SWC/M, 1980 Hasselblad, Sweden. No. RS 142478, 6 x 6 cm, Biogon 4,5/38 mm, no. 6226898, magazine A12 and viewfinder. - Excellent condition! Hasselblad SWC/M, 1980 Hasselblad, Schweden. Nr. RS 142478, 6 x 6 cm, Biogon

Lot: 295 - Bermpohl "Fotomeister", c. 1950

Bermpohl "Fotomeister", c. 1950 Bermpohl & Co., Berlin. "Studienkamera Fotomeister", no. 1018, studio camera, monorail system, polished mahogany, sliding rail with 40 cm (16 in.) and 65 cm (25 2/3 in.), Schneider Xenar 4,5/150 mm in Compur.

Lot: 296 - Plaubel Makina 670, 1983

Plaubel Makina 670, 1983 Plaubel, Frankfurt. Professional strut camera 6 x 7 cm, for rollfilm type 120, Nikon Nikkor 2,8/80 mm, light cleaning marks at center of lens, shutter 1-1/500 sec., coupled light meter (working) and rangefinder. With filter

Lot: 297 - Plaubel Peco Universal II, c. 1958

Plaubel Peco Universal II, c. 1958 Plaubel, Frankfurt. For plates of 13 x 18 cm, included are focusing screen backs 9 x 12 cm and 6,5 x 9 cm, no. PU 6/01 1266, Voigtländer Heliar 4,5/21 cm in Compound (shutter speeds all the same). With Linhof

Lot: 298 - Lot of Early Developing Tanks

Lot of Early Developing Tanks 1) 2 x "Kodak Film Tank" for rollfilm (type 127 and 120), 1 x without tin tank (box only). - 2) 2 x "Kodak Film Tank -C-", for large rollfilms, both with tin tanks. - And: 3) 5 tin tanks for sheet films and glass

Lot: 299 - Large Lot of Light Meters

Large Lot of Light Meters Approx. 40 light meters and exposure tables, assorted makers and models: Practos, Practos-Junior, Bewe, Justophot, James, Justodrem, Zeiss Ikon Diaphot, Haka Expometer, Bertram Chronos, Bertram Standard, Bertram Amateur,

Lot: 300 - 8 Walking Stick Tripods and Umbrellas

8 Walking Stick Tripods and Umbrellas Various producers. 6 walking stick tripods: 2 "Jaki" D.R.P., 4 unmarked, length collapsed approx. 35 ½ in. - In addition: 2 walking stick umbrellas, unmarked, length collapsed approx. 34 ¾ in. -

Lot: 301 - Lot of Tripods

Lot of Tripods 1) Small studio tripod from "Neue Görlitzer Camera Werke", c. 1920, ebonized, height approx. 55 in., for small to medium field cameras, camera screw missing. - 2) Wood tripod with camera plate for a small field camera, height

Lot: 302 - Lot of Laboratory Equipment and Accessories

Lot of Laboratory Equipment and Accessories 1) 2 wood retouching desks, for picture sizes of 9 x 13 cm and 20 x 20 cm, darkroom light with cylinder, "Butchers Carbine" developing tank for panoramic pictures (height of the tank 15 in.), Expo

Lot: 303 - Lot of Viewfinders

Lot of Viewfinders 18 pieces, including some scarce models: Rectoflex with box, Kühn reflex viewfinder, rare Polycon universal viewfinder, Foinix, Optimus, Steinheil, 3 Zeiss viewfinders, 2 Kodak viewfinders, Linhof, Voigtländer Turnit 3

Lot: 304 - Enlarger from England, c. 1900

Enlarger from England, c. 1900 Unmarked. For enlargement and projection of lantern slides with height of 3 1/6 in., built-in tank, polished wood with brass fittings, extensible bellows, lens with rack-and-pinion focusing, ground board size 9 ½

Lot: 305 - Ica Enlarger, c. 1910

Ica Enlarger, c. 1910 Ica, Dresden. Enlarger and projector, with slider for two glass plates of 9 x 12 cm, electric illumination, back board not complete, brass lens by Emil Busch Rathenow, without rack-and-pinion focusing, height of the projector

Lot: 306 - Lot of Light Meters and Exposure Tables

Lot of Light Meters and Exposure Tables 1) Heydes Aktino Photometer, with original cardboard box. - 2) Wynne's Infallible Exposure Meter, with original tin box and instructions. - 3) Wynne's Infallible Hunter Meter (watch-form). - 4) Bertram

Lot: 307 - Petroleum Darkroom Lamp

Petroleum Darkroom Lamp Unmarked. Brown petroleum glass tank, brass burner and cover, height 15 in., ruby-red "chimney". Dunkelkammer-Lampe Unbezeichnet. Lampenfuß (Behälter) aus braunem Glas, Glaszylinder rubinrot, Brenner und

Lot: 308 - Prontor-Press electronic Shutter, 1965

"Prontor-Press electronic" Shutter, 1965 No. 389, transparent exhibition model with original box. - The world's first self-cocking electronic shutter. Verschluß "Prontor-Press electronic", 1965 Nr. 389, transparentes

Lot: 309 - Toy and Dummy Cameras

Toy and Dummy Cameras 4 cassette cameras by Walt Disney (2 x "Daisy" and 1 x "Bugs Bunny"); 2 "Coca-Cola" cameras for film type 110; "Charlie" Start-Kist Foods, 1971; "Snoopy", United Feature Syndicate, 1966; 2 Fujifilm "chocolate cameras"; 3

Lot: 310 - Toy Cameras and Gimmicks

Toy Cameras and Gimmicks 1) Mannequin Petra in Barbie-doll style with camera. - 2) Bear with camera, walks and fires. - 3) Film 110 camera, in Bridgestone-tire style. - 4) Zoom lens, Minverva air freshener. - 5) Kindergarden bag "Candybag". - 6) 20

Lot: 311 - Large Lot of Photographic Medals, 1950s-1970s

Large Lot of Photographic Medals, 1950s-1970s 20 medals, mainly awarded to the renowned Hamburg photographer Heinz C.M. Bindseil. Most in their original cases. Großes Lot Photo-Medaillen, 1950er bis 1970er Jahre 20 Medaillen,

Lot: 312 - Approx. 31 Plates with Photographic Motifs

Approx. 31 Plates with Photographic Motifs French, lithographs, various eras, colored and black-and-white, average size Ø 7 4/5 in., 1 series of 8 plates "Chez Le Photographie", predominantly single pieces. - Worth a look! Very good condition!

Lot: 313 - Approx. 32 Illustrations of Photographers and

Approx. 32 Illustrations of Photographers and Photography Predominantly Germany, some from England and France. Woodcuts, etchings, pen-and-ink drawings, colored autotypes and prints. Black-and-white and colored illustrations. Sizes between 16 x 20

Lot: 314 - The Life of Julius Lenz

The Life of Julius Lenz Who was Julius Lenz, born 13.8.1882? Over 20 work references from 1903-1928 are documenting his professional career. Names of the employers: Hensoldt & Söhne, Seibert, C.P. Goerz, Carl Zeiss Jena, R. Winkel,

Lot: 315 - Photographisches Archiv, 1864, and "Tijdschrift

"Photographisches Archiv", 1864, and "Tijdschrift voor Photographie", 1866 1) Dr. J. Schnauss and Paul E. Liesegang, "Photographisches Archiv", fifth edition, Berlin 1864, 14 x 23 cm, 506 pages. Reference book on all aspects of photography, German,

Lot: 316 - 2 Vanity Powder Compacts, c. 1935-40

2 Vanity Powder Compacts, c. 1935-40 1) Girey "Kamra-Pak Vanity", in form of a Kodak folding camera, metal body with mother-of-pearl, size 2 x 3 1/6 x 2/5 in. - And: 2) Powder compact, design of a Kodak Vest Pocket Vanity camera, blue/beige,

Lot: 317 - Musical Camera-Form Vanity Set

Musical Camera-Form Vanity Set Cigarette case in form of a Kodak Vest-Pocket camera. Brass body with blue-lacquered decoration, one side a cigarette box, the other with powder box and musical movement by Thorens, Switzerland (working), size: 4 x 2

Lot: 318 - Approx. 37 Non-Cameras

Approx. 37 Non-Cameras 1) 17 x "Jack in the Box", various manufacturers from Germany, Japan and Taiwan. 4 cameras in original packaging. - And: 2) 20 other non-cameras: bear with flash camera, several Fisher-Price cameras, clock, radios, musical

Lot: 319 - Vanity Case in the Form of a Camera

Vanity Case in the Form of a Camera Brass body with red leather covering, size 4 x 2 x 3/5 in. - Rare! Puderdose und Zigarettenetui in Kameraform Messinggehäuse mit roter Luxusbelederung, Maße: 10 x 5 x 1,5 cm. - Selten! Start

Lot: 320 - Camera-Form Vanity Set with Patterned Covering

Camera-Form Vanity Set with Patterned Covering Cigarette case in form of a Kodak Vest-Pocket camera. Brass body with attractive patterned decoration, one side for cigarettes, the other side a powder compact with mirror. Size: 4 x 2 x 3/5 in. - A

Lot: 321 - Photo Journals, 1949-81

Photo Journals, 1949-81 Over 350 journals: "Popular Photography" (Nov. 1949-Dec. 1970), approx. 170 editions. "U.S. Camera" (1953-54), approx. 28 editions, "Photography" (1953-54), approx. 24 editions. - And: "Modern Photography" (Sept. 1966-81),

Lot: 322 - Porcelain Figure of a Photographer, 1984

Porcelain Figure of a Photographer, 1984 Lladro, Spain. "Say Cheese", no. 5195, height 13 1/3 in., near-mint. Photographen-Porzellanfigur von Lladro, 1984 Lladro, Spanien. "Say Cheese"-Porzellanfigur, Nr. 5195, Höhe 34 cm, neuwertig.

Lot: 323 - 5 Tin-Plate Advertising Signs (Modern)

5 Tin-Plate Advertising Signs (Modern) 1-2) Minox: "Urlaube, Sonne und - die Minox Camera", "Immer zur Hand - immer dabei", size 15 ¾ x 11 ¾ in. - 3) "Ernemann Kinox", Plakat-Industrie, Berlin 44, size 23 3/5 x 15 ¾ in. - 4) "Agfa

Lot: 324 - Camera Lucida or "Chambre Claire Universelle", c.

Camera Lucida or "Chambre Claire Universelle", c. 1900 Brass instrument for accurate perspective drawing as used by aeronautical and geographic departments of the military, museums, scientists and artists. In original leather-covered wood case,

Lot: 325 - Camera Lucida or "Chambre Claire Universelle", c.

"Camera Lucida" or "Chambre Claire Universelle", c. 1910 Marked "Allbrit", nickel-plated, in velvet-lined case, with extensive prism accessories. "Camera Lucida" oder "Chambre Claire Universelle", um 1910 Bezeichnet "Allbrit", vernickelt, in

Lot: 326 - Olympus PM-6 Microscope Camera

Olympus PM-6 Microscope Camera Olympus, Japan. No. 208067, with microscope attachment and lens "125 FK 2,5x", shutter currently not working. Mikroskopkamera Olympus PM-6 Olympus, Japan. Nr. 208067, mit Mikroskopansatz und Objektiv "125 FK

Lot: 327 - Carl Zeiss Brass Microscope, 1890

Carl Zeiss Brass Microscope, 1890 Signed on the horseshoe base "Carl Zeiss, Jena", serial no. 16724, original bronzed and lacquered brass, tilting stand, double-mirror, substage pinhole holder with 1 aperture, milled-head screw fine adjustment,

Lot: 328 - Ticka Watch Camera, 1905

"Ticka" Watch Camera, 1905 Houghton's Ltd., London. For 25 photographs of 16 x 22 mm on special cassette, meniscus lens, shutter I + T, chrome-plated version. Complete with original viewfinder, lens cap, instruction manual in English and maker's

Lot: 329 - Cam Watch M1

Cam Watch M1 Revue (Chadt) "Weltneuheit", wrist-watch camera (8 x 11 mm) for Minox film, with instructions and original outer and inner box, never used. Cam Watch M1, 1991 Revue (Chadt) "Weltneuheit", Armbanduhr-Kamera (8 x 11 mm) für

Lot: 330 - Lot of Minox Cameras and Accessories

Lot of Minox Cameras and Accessories 1) Minox C (black), no. 2389442, with case. - 2) Minox C (chrome), no. 2390757, with box and case. - 3) Minox B, no. 849692, with case. - 4) Minox EC, complete with flash and box. - And: 5) Accessories: Pocket

Lot: 331 - S-252 Spy Camera, c. 1960

S-252 Spy Camera, c. 1960 Secret service camera (Stasi or KGB). No. 1302806 (on body cap No. 363), for Minox film, shutter stuck, case cover not catching. Spionagekamera S-252, um 1960 Geheimdienst-Kamera (Stasi und KGB). Nr. 1302806 (im

Lot: 332 - Lot of 16mm Subminiature Cameras

Lot of 16mm Subminiature Cameras 1) Toyo Kogaku, Japan. Mighty, c. 1948, "Made in occupied Japan", size 14 x 14 cm, Toko 4,5 lens, I. + B., with case. (2-/3+) - 2-3) Sanwa Shokai Ltd., Japan. 2 x Mycro (various), 1950, size 14 x 14 cm, Mycro Una

Lot: 333 - Large Tessina L Red Outfit, 1960

Large Tessina L Red Outfit, 1960 Concava, Lugano, Switzerland. No. 802186. Very rare late version of "Tessina" with red matt chrome plating. TLR camera 14 x 21 mm for special cassette, one of the smallest TLR cameras in the world! Tessinon 2,8/25

Lot: 334 - 7 Cameras (3 x 4 cm)

7 Cameras (3 x 4 cm) 1-3) Kodak AG (Filmfabrik Köpenick, Berlin). 3 x Pionier Deko (2 black, 1 dark-red), c. 1954. - 4-5) Junka-Werke, Zierndorf. 2 x Junka, c. 1937, 1 with optical viewfinder and 1 with folding viewfinder. - 6) Adloff

Lot: 335 - Large Lot of Subminiature Cameras

Large Lot of Subminiature Cameras 1) D. Möller, Wedel. Cambinox, no. 321400, classic German binoculars camera, leather partly missing. (4/3) - 2) Universal Camera Corp., USA. Minute 16, complete set with flash and boxes, c. 1949. (2-/2) - 3)

Lot: 336 - Lot of Subminiature Cameras

Lot of Subminiature Cameras 1) Concava, Lugano. Tessina automatic 35, c. 1960, chrome, no. 59979, with case and instruction manual. Near-mint! (1-2/1) - 2) Meopta. Stereo-Mikroma, c. 1960, green version. (2-3/2) - 3) Feinwerktechnik, Lahr. Mec-16

Lot: 337 - Gemflex (I), 1949

Gemflex (I), 1949 Showa Optical Works, "Made in Occupied Japan", no. 6421, size 14 x 14 mm, lens: GEM 3,5/25 mm, shutter speeds 1/25-1/100 sec., very rare subminiature TLR camera. With case. Gemflex (I), 1949 Showa Optical Works, "Made in

Lot: 338 - Sola by Schatz & Söhne, 1938

"Sola" by Schatz & Söhne, 1938 Schatz & Söhne, Triberg, Germany. No. 988, for 13 x 18 mm pictures on 16mm film, spring-motor works well, interchangeable lens Xenon 2/2,5 cm, shutter 1-1/300 sec., hinged brilliant finder and frame

Lot: 339 - Goerz Minicord (I), 1951

Goerz Minicord (I), 1951 C.P. Goerz, Vienna. Subminiature TLR camera for 10 x 14 mm on 16mm film, no. 17120, body brown/chrome, Helgor 2/2,5 cm, shutter speeds 1/10-1/400 sec. Complete with box, case, instruction manual, film cassette and box with

Lot: 340 - Teleca Set, 1950

"Teleca" Set, 1950 Toko Photo, Japan. 10 x 14 mm, "Tele 4,5/3,5", 1/50-1/100 sec. and B. Rare and attractive original set with instructions, maker's case and box. Case stamped "Made in Occupied Japan". According to instruction sheet, made by

Lot: 341 - Nicnon and Tasco 8000

Nicnon and Tasco 8000 1) Nichiryo Trading Co., Japan. Nicnon, 1968, no. 740111, binoculars 7 x 50 and camera (base "Ricoh Auto Half"), size 18 x 24 mm on 35mm film, clockwork drive, lens: "Nicnon" 3,5/165 mm, with rare original Nicnon light meter,

Lot: 342 - Lot of Subminiature Cameras

Lot of Subminiature Cameras 1) Mamiya, Japan. Mamiya-16 de luxe, c. 1960, Mamiya Sekor 2,8/25 mm. (3/2) - 2) Kiev Arsenal, Ukraine. Kiev 30M, 1987, 16 mm, lens 1:3,5. (2/2) - 3-4) Kiev 303, c. 1990, red/green, lens 1:3,5. (2/1) - 5-6) Made in

Lot: 343 - Nori III, Toyoca 16 and Minicord (I)

Nori III, Toyoca 16 and Minicord (I) 1) Norisan Apparatebau, Nuremberg. Nori III, c. 1937, black bakelite body with telescopic viewfinder, size 25 x 32 mm, on special Nori film, lens 6,3/37 mm, T + M, with original leather case. Rare camera in mint

Lot: 344 - John Player Special Spy Camera, c. 1990

"John Player Special" Spy Camera, c. 1990 Kiev, Ukraine (USSR). Metal replica of John Player cigarette packet, built-in Kiev subminiature camera for 16mm film, Industar 3,5/23 mm, shutter 1/30-1/200 sec., with original cardboard box. "John

Lot: 345 - Binoca Picture Binocular, 1950

Binoca Picture Binocular, 1950 Binoca, Japan. No. 1359, 16mm subminiature camera with built-in opera glasses. Version in white/gold. Shutter 1/25-1/100 sec. and B. - Bakelite undamaged. With original box and instructions. Binoca Picture

Lot: 346 - CamBinox, 1956

CamBinox, 1956 J.D. Möller, Wedel. No. 321164. Classic German binocular camera. Binoculars 7 x 35 with subminiature camera, size 10 x 14 mm, Jdemar 3,5/90 mm lens (interchangeable), small leather corner missing, everything else in excellent

Lot: 347 - Ducati "Simplex", c. 1950

Ducati "Simplex", c. 1950 Ducati, Milan, Italy. For 18 x 24 mm images on 35mm film. With Ducati Etar 3,5/35 mm, focal plane shutter 1/25-1/250 sec. (sluggish). Body no. 14227. Here the rarer version of the two Ducati "brothers". Ducati

Lot: 348 - Rare "Kalos" Subminiature Camera, 1950

Rare "Kalos" Subminiature Camera, 1950 Kalos Karlsruher-Camera Bau Otto Seidel KG (Kalos Kamerabau GmbH). "Glock & Co." (sole distributer), Karlsruhe. Subminiature camera 9 x 12 mm on 16mm film, Mikro-Anastigmat 4,5/2 cm, shutter 1/30-1/100

Lot: 349 - Stereo Camera by George Hare with Sliding Lens

Stereo Camera by George Hare with Sliding Lens Board, c. 1864 George Hare, Calthorpe St., London. Stereo wet-plate camera with single lens and sliding lens board, for stereo and mono pictures, tropical wood with brass fittings, plate size 4 1/3 x 7

Lot: 350 - Murer Stereo Express Newness, c. 1900

Murer Stereo Express Newness, c. 1900 Murer, Milano, Italy. Box stereo camera for plates of 9 x 18 cm, with incorporated plate-changing mechanism, 2 x Rapid Rectiligne with additional integrated lenses for distances 1 m, 3 m and 6 m, iris stop

Lot: 351 - Monopol (Stereo) by Hüttig, c. 1900

Monopol (Stereo) by Hüttig, c. 1900 Hüttig, Dresden. Plate size 9 x 18 cm, for 12 changing plates, shutter M + Z, focusing lens, counter. - Very good condition. Monopol (Stereo) von Hüttig, um 1900 Hüttig, Dresden.

Lot: 352 - Stereo Camera 9 x 18 (Hüttig, Bausch & Lomb),

Stereo Camera 9 x 18 (Hüttig, Bausch & Lomb), c. 1905 Manufacturer unknown. Stereo camera for plates of 9 x 18 cm and for 9 cm wide rollfilm, body by Hüttig, lenses and shutters by Bausch & Lomb, iris diaphragms 8-32, focus

Lot: 353 - Stereo-Kodak Model 1, 1917

Stereo-Kodak Model 1, 1917 Eastman Kodak, Co., Rochester, NY, USA. Folding-bed strut stereo camera for 101 rollfilm (width of film 9,3 cm), lenses: Kodak Anastigmat 7,7/130 mm, iris diaphragms 7,7-45, central shutter T, B, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100 sec.,

Lot: 354 - Hüttig Ideal Stereo 9 x 18, 1909

Hüttig Ideal Stereo 9 x 18, 1909 R. Hüttig, A.G. Dresden. Folding-bed stereo camera for plates of 9 x 18 cm, lenses: Bantner Doppel-Anastigmat 6,8/135 mm, shutter: Compound-Sektoren 1-1/250 sec., iris diaphragms 6,8-45, focusing by rack

Lot: 355 - Ernemann Heag IV Stereoskop, c. 1910

Ernemann Heag IV Stereoskop, c. 1910 Heinrich Ernemann A.G., Dresden. Folding-bed stereo camera for plates of 9 x 18 cm, lenses: Ernemann Detectiv Aplanat 6,8/approx. 140 mm, iris diaphragms 6,8-21, two-blade shutter Z, O, ½-1/100 sec.

Lot: 356 - Eastman Kodak Stereo Hawkeye No. 5, c. 1908

Eastman Kodak Stereo Hawkeye No. 5, c. 1908 Blair Camera Division of Eastman Kodak, Rochester. Folding-bed stereo camera for 9 cm wide rollfilm (118), lenses: Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear 4/approx. 120 mm, iris diaphragms 4-64, two-blade

Lot: 357 - Girard Le Rêve Stéréoscopique 6 x

Girard Le Rêve Stéréoscopique 6 x 13, 1904 J. Girard, Paris. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Roussel Bi-Anastigmat 8/approx. 100 mm, iris diaphragms 8-44, shutters with two blades, T, B, 1/50 sec. (inoperative),

Lot: 358 - Stereo-Ideal No. 651, c. 1910

Stereo-Ideal No. 651, c. 1910 Ica, Dresden. Size 6 x 13 cm on plates, no. J35079, 2 x Tessar 4,5/9 cm (no. 689117 + 689118), Stereo-Compur shutter (working well), Ica focusing screen back. - Excellent condition! Stereo-Ideal (Nr. 651), um 1910

Lot: 359 - Busch Stereo Camera "Beecam" 9 x 18, c. 1900

Busch Stereo Camera "Beecam" 9 x 18, c. 1900 Busch, Rathenow, for Busch, London. Folding-bed stereo camera for plates of 9 x 18 cm, lenses: Busch Periplanat no. 1 9/approx. 150 mm, iris diaphragms 9-64, shutter: Bausch & Lomb T, B, I (only one

Lot: 360 - Pennings Rolleicord Stereo 6 x 13, 1998

Pennings Rolleicord Stereo 6 x 13, 1998 A.A. Pennings, Amersfoort, Netherlands. Stereo camera for 2 rolls of 120 film, combination of two Rolleicord III (1951) with coupled setting for diaphragms, shutter speeds and distances. Lenses: Schneider

Lot: 361 - Voigtländer Stereflektoskop 45 x 107, Second

Voigtländer Stereflektoskop 45 x 107, Second Model, 1923 Voigtländer & Sohn, Braunschweig. Stereo camera for plates of 45 x 107 mm, lenses: Voigtländer Heliar 4,5/65 mm, shutter: Compur Stereo Z, B, 1-1/250 sec., iris diaphragms

Lot: 362 - Voigtländer Stereflektoskop 6 x 13, Second

Voigtländer Stereflektoskop 6 x 13, Second Model, 1928 Voigtländer & Sohn, Braunschweig. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Voigtländer Heliar 4,5/75 mm, shutter: Stereo Compur Z, B, 1-1/250 sec., iris diaphragms

Lot: 363 - 3 Stereo Cameras by Hofert, Ica and Richard

3 Stereo Cameras by Hofert, Ica and Richard 1) Emil Hofert, Dresden. Eho-Stereo-Box-Camera, 1933, size 6 x 13 cm on rollfilm type 120, lens: Duplar 1:11, simple shutter. (2-3/2) - 2) Ica, Dresden. Ica-Plaskop 45 x 107, c. 1925, Novar-Anastigmat

Lot: 364 - ISO Duplex Super 120, c. 1956

ISO Duplex Super 120, c. 1956 Industria Scientifica Ottica, Milan. Stereo camera for rollfilm 120, for 2 stereo pictures of 24 x 23 mm, lenses: ISO Iriar 3,5/35 mm, diaphragms 3,5-22, guillotine shutter P, 1/10-1/200 sec., focusing 1 m to infinity

Lot: 365 - Stereo Instantograph Model 422, c. 1890

Stereo Instantograph Model 422, c. 1890 Lancaster & Son, Birmingham. Model 422, size 7 ¼ x 4 ½ in., polished mahogany body with brass fittings, 2 brass "Patent 13 in." lenses by Lancaster with iris stop, dark-red bellows,

Lot: 366 - Stereo Equipment: Retina IIIc and Contaflex I

Stereo Equipment: Retina IIIc and Contaflex I 1) Kodak, Stuttgart. Retina IIIc (type 021), 1954, no. 240979, Heligon 2/50 mm in Synchro-Compur. With Retina stereo attachment. (2/2) - And: 2) Zeiss Ikon. Contaflex I (861/24), 1953, Tessar 2,8/45 mm

Lot: 367 - Revere Stereo 33 and TDC-Colorist, c. 1953/54

Revere Stereo 33 and TDC-Colorist, c. 1953/54 1) Revere Camera Co., Chicago, USA. Revere Stereo 33, c. 1953, stereo camera for 35mm film and image format 24 x 23 mm, lenses: Revere Amaton 3,5/35 mm, iris diaphragms 3,5-22, shutter: Synchromatic T,

Lot: 368 - Simda Panorascope (First Model), 1955

Simda Panorascope (First Model), 1955 Société Simda, Le Perreux, France. Stereo camera for 16mm film, image size 11 x 20 mm, lenses: Roussel Special 3,5/25 mm, guillotine shutter B, 1-1/250 sec., pinhole diaphragms in rotating discs

Lot: 369 - Rietzschel Kosmo-Clack 45 x 107, c. 1914

Rietzschel Kosmo-Clack 45 x 107, c. 1914 A. Heinrich Rietzschel, Munich. Stereo and panorama camera for plates of 45 x 107 mm, lenses: Rietzschel Linear Anastigmat 4,5/65 mm, iris diaphragms 4,5-22, shutter: Compur Stereo Z, D 1-1/250 sec.,

Lot: 370 - Heidoscop 6 x 13, c. 1932

Heidoscop 6 x 13, c. 1932 Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm with plate-changing magazine for 12 plates, lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 4,5/7,5 cm, iris diaphragms 4,5-25, pneumatic shutter Z, B, 1-1/300

Lot: 371 - Stereflektoskop 45 x 107 and Verascope 4A

Stereflektoskop 45 x 107 and Verascope 4A 1) Voigtländer, Braunschweig. Stereflektoskop 45 x 107 mm, third model, 1929, Heliar 4,5/60 mm in Stereo-Compur, waist-level finder and reflex finder, magazine. (3/2) - And: 2) Richard, Paris.

Lot: 372 - Stereo Kodak Model 1, 1917

Stereo Kodak Model 1, 1917 Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester. Folding-bed stereo camera for 9,3 cm wide rollfilm, image size 8 x 8 cm, lenses: Kodak Anastigmat 7,7/130 mm, four-blade shutter for T, B, 1/25-1/100 sec., iris diaphragms 7,7-45, brilliant

Lot: 373 - Deckrullo-Nettel Stereo 6 x 13, 1920

Deckrullo-Nettel Stereo 6 x 13, 1920 Contessa-Nettel, Stuttgart. Strut-folding stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: 2 x A.F.R. Paris Anastigmat Symetrique 6,8/135 mm, iris diaphragm 6,8-64, focal plane shutter 1/10-1/1200 sec. (stuck),

Lot: 374 - New-Folding Stereo Camera, c. 1905

"New-Folding" Stereo Camera, c. 1905 Target, Paris (Ernemann Dresden für Target, Paris). Folding-bed camera for 9 x 18 cm plates, stereo lenses in stereo shutter M, Z and O, black leather covering, polished wood, dark-red bellows, focusing

Lot: 375 - Reichert Stereo Camera 6 x 13, c. 1909

Reichert Stereo Camera 6 x 13, c. 1909 Carl Reichert, Vienna, Austria. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Carl Zeiss Tessar 6,3/9 cm, shutters: Stereo Compound Z, B, 1-1/150 sec., focus adjustment 1 m to infinity, frame finder,

Lot: 376 - Edixa Stereo IIIA and Iloca Stereo II

Edixa Stereo IIIA and Iloca Stereo II 1) Gebrüder Wirgin, Wiesbaden. Edixa Stereo IIIA, 1954, for 35mm film, 24 x 23 mm, Steinheil Cassar 3,5/35 mm, shutter Prontor-SVS (stuck), light meter not working. (3/4-) - And: 2) Witt, Hamburg. Iloca

Lot: 377 - Haneel Tri-Vision, c. 1946

Haneel Tri-Vision, c. 1946 Haneel Tri-Vision Co., Alhambra, USA. Stereo camera for rollfilm 828, with image format 28 x 28 mm, single-element lenses 8/60 mm, fixed focus, pinhole diaphragms 8, 11, 16, guillotine shutter B, 1/25 sec., Galilean

Lot: 378 - Kodak Stereo Camera with Viewer, 1954

Kodak Stereo Camera with Viewer, 1954 Eastman Kodak, USA. 1) 35mm camera, for pairs of 24 x 24 mm exposures on standard film, shutter 1/25-1/200 sec. (sluggish), 2 x Kodak Anaston Lens 3,5/35 mm, with case. - And: 2) Kodaslide Stereo Viewer I,

Lot: 379 - Voigtländer Stereo-Panorama Camera for

Voigtländer Stereo-Panorama Camera for Rollfilm 6 x 13, 1905 Voigtländer & Sohn, Braunschweig. Stereo and panorama camera for rollfilm 120 and plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Voigtländer Collinear II 5,4/9 cm, iris diaphragms 5,4 to

Lot: 380 - Ica Polyskop No. 607 and Ica Stereofix No. 604

Ica Polyskop No. 607 and Ica Stereofix No. 604 Ica A.G., Dresden. 1) Polyskop No. 607, 45 x 107 mm, c. 1922, 2 x Carl Zeiss Tessar 4,5/6,5 cm, central shutter Z, B, 1-1/250 sec., rack-and-pinion focusing, 1 m to infinity, iris stops 4,5-25, reflex

Lot: 381 - Mattioli La Gamine 45 x 107, c. 1903

Mattioli La Gamine 45 x 107, c. 1903 Auguste Dumont, Paris, for Gaetan Mattioli, Paris. Stereo camera for plates of 45 x 107 mm, lenses: Rectiligne Balbreck 8/65 mm, iris diaphragms 8 to 44, guillotine shutters P, 1/10, 1/30, 1/50 sec., folding

Lot: 382 - Leullier Summum Model B, 1924

Leullier Summum Model B, 1924 Louis Leullier, Paris. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Saphir Boyer Paris 4,5/8,5 mm, iris diaphragm 4,5 to 32, shutters: Compur Stereo Z, D, 1-1/150 sec., distance setting from 1,80 m to 8, folding

Lot: 383 - Leullier Summum Model C, 1924

Leullier Summum Model C, 1924 Louis Leullier, Paris. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Saphir Boyer 4,5/85 mm, iris diaphragms 4,5 to 32, shutters: Compur Stereo Z, D, 1-1/150 sec., distance setting from 1,5 m to infinity, folding

Lot: 384 - Baudry Isographe Jumelle Stereo 6 x 13, c. 1942

Baudry Isographe Jumelle Stereo 6 x 13, c. 1942 L. Baudry, Angers, France. Serial no. 1000. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm. Lenses: Berthiot Paris Olor No. 1 5,7/75 mm, two-blade shutter 1-1/200 sec., iris diaphragms 5,7-23, focus adjustment

Lot: 385 - Bellieni Jumelle Stéréo (2 x) 8 x 9, c.

Bellieni Jumelle Stéréo (2 x) 8 x 9, c. 1902 H. Bellieni, Nancy, France. Stereo camera with integrated magazine for 2 changing plates of 8 x 9 cm, lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena Anastigmat 8/110 mm, iris diaphragms with old scale 8-162,

Lot: 386 - Gallus Jumelle Stéréo 50, 6 x 13

Gallus Jumelle Stéréo 50, 6 x 13 Usines Gallus, Courbevoie, France. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm with plate magazine. Lenses: Anastigmat Gallus 6,8/72 mm, guillotine shutter P, 1-1/100 sec., three different pinhole diaphragms,

Lot: 387 - Gaumont Stéréo Spido Metallique, c. 1915

Gaumont Stéréo Spido Metallique, c. 1915 Etablissement Gaumont, Paris. Model A, stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, nickel-plated metal body, lenses: 2 x E. Krauss Paris Tessar Zeiss 6,3/84 mm, shutter: Decaux, two-blade guillotine

Lot: 388 - Gitzo Podor 6 x 13, c. 1927

Gitzo Podor 6 x 13, c. 1927 Arsène Gitzhoven, Paris. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Anastigmat Seckler 6,3/72 mm, shutter: Gitzo T, B, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100 sec., iris diaphragms 6,3-23, folding frame finder, with ground-glass

Lot: 389 - Cornu Ontoscope (Panoramique) No. 4B, c. 1923

Cornu Ontoscope (Panoramique) No. 4B, c. 1923 Cornu, Paris. Stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, chrome-plated brass body, 2 x Tessar 6,3/7,5 cm (no. 919715 + 919719), pneumatic guillotine shutter 1/5-1/300 sec., brilliant and Newton viewfinder,

Lot: 390 - Monobloc Stéréo-Panoramique 6 x 13, c.

Monobloc Stéréo-Panoramique 6 x 13, c. 1915 Jeanneret et Cie., Paris. Stereo and panoramic camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: 2 x Berthiot Olor No. 2 Serie II 5,7/85 mm, pneumatically-controlled guillotine shutter, Newton viewfinder

Lot: 391 - Moser-Stereoscope (Early Version), c. 1902

Moser-Stereoscope (Early Version), c. 1902 Ernemann, Dresden. Stereo plate camera 9 x 18 cm, shutter M + Z, 3 diaphragms (3, 6, 10), walnut with nickel fittings, body no. 37231, focusing screen back. - Decorative stereo camera!

Lot: 392 - Néo-Jumelle-Stéréo by Caillon, c.

Néo-Jumelle-Stéréo by Caillon, c. 1900 E. Caillon, France. Rare version for 8 x 16 cm plates (2 x 8 x 8 cm), for stereo and panoramic exposures, body no. 9081, 2 x brass lens "Cooke Brevet H.D. Taylor Serie III F = 112,2 mm",

Lot: 393 - 3 Stereo Cameras

3 Stereo Cameras 1) David White Co., Milwaukee. Stereo Realist 3,5, c. 1950, for 35mm film, size 24 x 23 mm, David White Anastigmat 3,5/35 mm, shutter 1-1/150 sec., very good condition. (2-/2) - 2) Coronet, Birmingham, England. Coronet 3-D, 1953,

Lot: 394 - Stereo Hit, 1955

Stereo Hit, 1955 Togodo Sangyo Ltd., Japan. Stereo Hit for 30 x 40 mm on 127 rollfilm, 2 x S-Owla 9/4,5 cm, shutter I + B, with original box, case, stereo viewer and instruction manual. Stereo Hit, 1955 Togodo Sangyo Ltd., Japan. Stereo Hit

Lot: 395 - Leroy Le Stéréo-Panoramique 6 x 13, 1905

Leroy Le Stéréo-Panoramique 6 x 13, 1905 Lucien Leroy, Paris. Stereo and panorama camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Goerz Berlin Doppel-Anastigmat 8,5/80 mm, iris diaphragms 8,5 to 45, shutter: rotating gears with windows and 5

Lot: 396 - Suffice et Molitor Sumo 6 x 13, c. 1924

Suffice et Molitor Sumo 6 x 13, c. 1924 H. Suffice et L. Molitor, Paris. Stereo-panorama camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 4,5/7,5 cm, shutter: Stereo Compur Z, D, 1-1/250 sec., rack-and-pinion focusing 1,5 m to

Lot: 397 - 3 Stereo Cameras by White, Wray and Delta

3 Stereo Cameras by White, Wray and Delta 1) White, Milwaukee. Stereo Realist 3,5 (model 1041), 1947, no. A54825, Anastigmat 3,5/35 mm, shutter 1-1/150 sec. - In addition: Realist stereo viewer (battery-operated). - 2) Wray, London. Stereo Graphic,

Lot: 398 - Jeanneret Monobloc 6 x 13, c. 1911

Jeanneret Monobloc 6 x 13, c. 1911 Jeanneret et Cie, Paris. Stereo and panorama camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Saphir Boyer Paris 4,5/85 mm, iris diaphragms 4,5-32 (setting stuck), guillotine shutter with 7 different speeds, Newton

Lot: 399 - Stereo Spido Panoramique 7,5 x 16 cm (!), c.

Stereo Spido Panoramique 7,5 x 16 cm (!), c. 1905-10 Gaumont, Paris. Body no. 11345, stereo camera for plates with unusual plate size of 7,5 x 16 cm, lenses: 2 x E. Krauss Paris Tessar-Zeiss 6,3/107 mm, Decaux shutter (working well), with magazine

Lot: 400 - Altiscop and Stereo-Puck

Altiscop and Stereo-Puck 1) Eho Kamerafabrik, Dresden. Altiscop, 1937, stereo camera for rollfilm 120, lenses: Ludwig Dresden Victar 4,5/7,5 cm, iris diaphragms 4,5-22, two-blade shutter T, B, 1/25-1/100 sec., focusing 3 feet to infinity, Galilean

Lot: 401 - Baudry Isographe 6 x 13, c. 1940

Baudry Isographe 6 x 13, c. 1940 L. Baudry, Angers, France. Strut-folding stereo camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Barthiot Paris Olor 5,7/75 mm, iris diaphragms 5,7-32, fixed focus, folding frame finder with lens covers, with 4 plate

Lot: 402 - Ica Stereolette Cupido 620, 45 x 107, 1912

Ica Stereolette Cupido 620, 45 x 107, 1912 Ica AG, Dresden. Folding-bed stereo camera for plates of 45 x 107 mm, lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 4,5/6,5 cm, iris diaphragms 4,5-25, shutter: Compur Stereo Z, B, 1-1/250 sec., focus adjustment 1 m to

Lot: 403 - Contessa-Nettel Deckrullo Stereo 6 x 13, 1920

Contessa-Nettel Deckrullo Stereo 6 x 13, 1920 Contessa-Nettel, Stuttgart. Strut-folding stereo panorama camera for plates of 6 x 13 cm, lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 4,5/120 mm, focal plane shutter Z, 1/10-1/1200 sec., iris diaphragms 4,5-36,

Lot: 404 - Goerz Stereo-Ango 9 x 18, 1902

Goerz Stereo-Ango 9 x 18, 1902 C.P. Goerz, Berlin. Strut-folding stereo camera for plates of 9 x 18 cm, lenses: Goerz Anastigmat Serie III Dagor 6,8/120 mm, iris diaphragms 6,8-192, focal plane shutter (Anschütz) sluggish, focus adjustment

Lot: 405 - Ica Polyscop No. 606, 45 x 107, 1912

Ica Polyscop No. 606, 45 x 107, 1912 Ica A.G., Dresden. Stereo camera for plates of 45 x 107 mm, lenses: Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 4,5/6,5 cm, pinhole diaphragms 4,5, 8, 16, guillotine shutter Z, 1/3-1/250 sec., focusing from 1 m to infinity, reflex

Lot: 406 - Goerz Stereotenax 45 x 107, 1912

Goerz Stereotenax 45 x 107, 1912 C.P. Goerz, Berlin. Strut-folding stereo camera for plates of 45 x 107 mm, lenses: Goerz Dogmar 4,5/6 cm, central shutter with 3 blades Z, B, 1-1/150 sec., focusing from 1,25 m to infinity, folding Newton finder,

Lot: 407 - Three 35mm Stereo Cameras

Three 35mm Stereo Cameras 1) Three Dimension Corporation Co., Chicago. TDC Stereo Vivid, c. 1954, size 24 x 23 mm, Tridar Anastigmat 3,5/35 mm, shutter speeds 1/10-1/100 sec. (uneven), mechanical exposure control, coupled double-image rangefinder.

Lot: 408 - Seneca 6B Stereo Camera, c. 1906

Seneca 6B Stereo Camera, c. 1906 Seneca Camera Co., USA. Stereo camera for plates of 5 x 7 in., lenses: two 4 x 5 Rapid Symmetrical, shutter: "Regular" by Wollensak (not working), focusing screen back. - Rare stereo camera! Stereokamera Seneca

Lot: 409 - 3 Stereo Cameras

3 Stereo Cameras 1) Aka-Kamerawerk, Friedrichshafen, for Sawyer's Europe S.A. Belgium. View-Master Stereo Color Camera, 1962, size 12 x 13 mm on 35mm film, 2 x Rodenstock Trinar 2,8/20 mm. (2-/2) - 2) Haneel Tri-Vision Co., USA. Tri-Vision camera,

Lot: 410 - Stereo Field Camera by Watson & Sons, c. 1892

Stereo Field Camera by Watson & Sons, c. 1892 Watson & Sons, London. Plate size 3 ½ x 6 ¾ in., attractive mahogany body with brass fittings, black bellows, focusing screen back and 6 double cassettes. 2 landscape lenses by

Lot: 411 - Maddox Stereoscope, c. 1920

Maddox Stereoscope, c. 1920 C.W. Dixey & Son Ltd, London. Metal stereo viewer on wooden base. For 2 separate stereo views (left side with tilted mirror). - Rare viewer! Maddox Stereoscope, um 1920 C.W. Dixey & Son Ltd, London.

Lot: 412 - Stereo Graphoscope, c. 1900

Stereo Graphoscope, c. 1900 Unmarked. For stereo cards of 9 x 18 cm, cartes-de-visite and other sizes, walnut-veneered body, rack-and-pinion focusing, wood oculars with tension cracks, Graphoscope lens Ø 6 ¾ in., height of the viewer

Lot: 413 - Foldable Stereo Viewer (8,5 x 17), c. 1910

Foldable Stereo Viewer (8,5 x 17), c. 1910 T.C. and E.C. Jack, Edinburgh. Folding nickel-plated stereo viewer for stereo cards of 8,5 x 17 cm, rack-and-pinion focusing with adjustable interocular setting and handgrip. Faltbarer

Lot: 414 - Kodaslide Stereo Viewer II (41 x 101), c. 1960

Kodaslide Stereo Viewer II (41 x 101), c. 1960 Eastman Kodak, Rochester. Viewer for stereo slides of 41 x 101 mm, focusing and distance setting of oculars, lighting via batteries or mains (with 220 V/115 V transformer), very good optical quality.

Lot: 415 - Smith & Beck Mirror Stereoscope (9 x 18), 1859

Smith & Beck Mirror Stereoscope (9 x 18), 1859 Smith Beck & Beck, London. Stereoscope for 9 x 18 cm cards and printed stereo pictures in books, focusing achromatic lenses of approx. 150 mm focal length, only 58 mm distance of lenses.

Lot: 416 - Stereo-Megascope Table Stereo Viewer, c. 1900

"Stereo-Megascope" Table Stereo Viewer, c. 1900 Marked: "V.P. Bte S.C.D.E." Table viewer for slides and stereo cards of 9 x 18 cm, with 5 stereo cards and 5 stereo glass slides. Fixed oculars. Construction with built-in Graphoscope in the top,

Lot: 417 - Portrait of Auguste Lumière (1862-1954)

Portrait of Auguste Lumière (1862-1954) 1) Stereo glass slide of 6 x 13 cm, c. 1910-15. Portrait of Auguste Lumière, photographic pioneer and inventor of the cinematograph. - And: 2) Stereo autochrome slide 6 x 13 cm, c. 1912, with pen

Lot: 418 - Deluxe Table-Top Stereo Viewer (45 x 107 mm), c.

Deluxe Table-Top Stereo Viewer (45 x 107 mm), c. 1922 Probably Ica, Dresden. For stereo slides of 45 x 107 mm, polished mahogany case with lacquered brass controls, geared transport mechanism, rack-and-pinion focusing, adjustable oculars, drop-leaf

Lot: 419 - Gaumont Table Stereo Viewer "Le

Gaumont Table Stereo Viewer "Le Stéréodrome" (45 x 107), c. 1905 L. Gaumont & Cie., Paris. Series viewer for stereo slides of 45 x 107 mm, polished mahogany body, focusing by rack and pinion, adjustable interocular distance, uses

Lot: 420 - Stereo Graphoscope, c. 1880

Stereo Graphoscope, c. 1880 Teak body, for stereo cards and slides of 9 x 18 cm, oculars Ø 1 2/5 in. (in need of adjustment), magnifying lens Ø 3 ½ in., height of the viewer 14 1/5 in., with stereo card. Stereo-Graphoskop, um

Lot: 421 - 3 Stereo Viewers

3 Stereo Viewers 1-2) 2 Holmes-pattern stereo viewers, for stereo cards of 9 x 18 cm, both with metal masks, one with stand (not original). - And: 3) Brewster-pattern stereo viewer for cards and slides of 9 x 18 cm, walnut body, focusing oculars,

Lot: 422 - Ernemann Universal Stereoscope, c. 1900

Ernemann Universal Stereoscope, c. 1900 Ernemann A.G., Dresden. For stereo slides and cards of up to 9 x 18 cm, folding mahogany body, rack-and-pinion focusing, interocular setting, ground-glass with reflection plate. Universal-Stereoskop von

Lot: 423 - Brewster-Type Stereo Viewer, c. 1880

Brewster-Type Stereo Viewer, c. 1880 For cards and slides of 9 x 18 cm, burr-wood, wave-like shaped, large oculars with rack-and-pinion focusing. Stereobetrachter (Brewster-Typ), um 1880 Für Stereodias und Karten im Format 9 x 18 cm,

Lot: 424 - 2 Stereo Viewers

2 Stereo Viewers 1) Hand-held stereo viewer for cards of 9 x 18 cm, marked: A.H. Baird, Edinburgh. - And: 2) Table stereo viewer, brass, unmarked, for stereo cards of 6 x 13 cm, adjustable interocular distance. 2 Stereobetrachter 1)

Lot: 425 - Very Early "Planox" Stereo Viewer, c. 1928

Very Early "Planox" Stereo Viewer, c. 1928 "Stéréoscope Magnetique Planox", France. Serial no. 009! Wooden table viewer for magazines, for stereo slides of 6 x 13 cm, magazine with 20 transparencies, focusing with rack-and-pinion

Lot: 426 - Le Polyphote Table-Top Stereo Viewer, c. 1908

"Le Polyphote" Table-Top Stereo Viewer, c. 1908 Lucien Bize and Simeon-Louis Claparède, France. Small table-top viewer for glass slides of 45 x 107 mm, magazines by Richard, focusing and adjustable lenses, polished wood, height of the viewer

Lot: 427 - 6 Stereo Viewers

6 Stereo Viewers 1) Stéréoscopes, Paris. Planox, c. 1920, for stereo slides of 6 x 13 cm, mahogany, focusing oculars, interocutar adjustment, screen new. (3/2) - 2) H.C. White Co., USA. "The Perfecscope", c. 1895, Holmes-pattern,

Lot: 428 - Imperial Stereoscope Viewer

"Imperial" Stereoscope Viewer Neue Photographische Gesellschaft, Berlin-Seglitz. Small lithographed viewer for 3 x 7 cm stereo pictures, with 45 stereo pictures from various series. Stereoscop-Apparat "Imperial" Neue Photographische

Lot: 429 - Table Stereo Viewer (9 x 18 cm)

Table Stereo Viewer (9 x 18 cm) Unmarked. Walnut, viewer with 48 stereo cards of 9 x 18 cm, motifs predominantly Palestine, America and people. Body and oculars cracked. Tisch-Stereobetrachter (9 x 18 cm) Unbezeichnet.

Lot: 430 - Le Taxiphote, c. 1920

Le Taxiphote, c. 1920 Richard, Paris. Stereo viewer of attractively delicate proportions for stereo slides of 45 x 107 mm, body no. 9962, only 10 1/5 in. height, high-quality version with adjustable oculars. With small table-top cabinet containing

Lot: 431 - Hand-Held Stereo Viewer (9 x 18) with Cards, c.

Hand-Held Stereo Viewer (9 x 18) with Cards, c. 1900 "The Perfecscope" by H.C. White, Holmes-pattern metal stereo viewer. With 10 series of cards (approx. 100 in total), 9 x 18 cm, from NPG (Neue Photographische Gesellschaft) and box with 36 cards,

Lot: 432 - La Bible Illustrée Tissue Stereo Cards

"La Bible Illustrée" Tissue Stereo Cards Collection E.H. Paris. 4 card boxes, series I-IV, each complete with 12 French tissue cards, size 9 x 18 cm. - Near-mint. Stereokarten "La Bible Illustrée" (French Tissue) Collection E.H.

Lot: 433 - Stereo Viewers and Stereo Pictures

Stereo Viewers and Stereo Pictures 9 assorted stereo viewers, 8 x plastic and 1 x metal. - In addition: Approx. 15 View-Master disc sets, approx. 12 stereo plates for "Stereoscope Lestrade" and 12 cardboard boxes with stereo slides of 45 x 107 mm.

Lot: 434 - 3 Stereo Viewers by Ernemann, Richard and Unis

3 Stereo Viewers by Ernemann, Richard and Unis 1) Stereo viewer by Ernemann, Dresden, for stereo slides and stereo cards of 45 x 107 mm, focusable. (3/2) - 2) Stereo viewer by Richard, Paris, for stereo slides of 45 x 107 mm, focusable, interocular

Lot: 435 - 3 Stereo Viewers

3 Stereo Viewers 1) Stéréoscopes, Paris. Planox, c. 1920. For stereo slides of 6 x 13 cm, mahogany, focusing lenses, adjustable interocular distance. (2-/2-) - 2) Hand-held Brewster-type stereo viewer, for stereo cards and slides of 9 x

Lot: 436 - 20 Stereo Cards (9 x 18 cm) of Cologne, c.

20 Stereo Cards (9 x 18 cm) of Cologne, c. 1880-1910 Predominantly Cologne Cathedral, city hall, main station, old town, market place, St. Aposteln church, various producers. - In addition: 5 stereo cards, 9 x 18 cm, from the environs of Cologne:

Lot: 437 - Holmes-Pattern Stereo Viewer with Tissue Stereo

Holmes-Pattern Stereo Viewer with Tissue Stereo Cards, c. 1900 Underwood & Underwood, NY. Wood viewer with metal mask, complete with card base. With 15 French tissue "pin-prick" stereo cards, 9 x 18 cm, excellent condition, with hand-colored

Lot: 438 - Le Verascope Table Stereo Viewer, c. 1900

"Le Verascope" Table Stereo Viewer, c. 1900 Jules Richard, Paris. No. 5434, for 45 x 107 mm stereo slides in magazines, transport mechanism not working, rack-and-pinion focusing, image counter, height 18 ½ in. Tisch-Stereobetrachter

Lot: 439 - Ica Stereospekt 6 x 13, c. 1910

Ica Stereospekt 6 x 13, c. 1910 Ica AG, Dresden. Series stereo viewer for glass slides of 6 x 13 cm, picture advance via pleated magazines for 12 pictures each (advance stuck), ocular focusing via rack and pinion, polished wood body, with one

Lot: 440 - TDC Project or View Stereo Model 132

TDC Project or View Stereo Model 132 Three Dimension Co., Chicago, USA. Projector for stereo slides of 41 x 101 mm, for projecting on a screen or on a built-in ground-glass, built-in polarizing filters, illumination via 2 lamps 115 V (300 W), with

Lot: 441 - Olympia 1952 - Helsinki Raumbild Album, 1952

"Olympia 1952 - Helsinki" Raumbild Album, 1952 Publisher: Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein, Oberaudorf, 107 pages, with 100 stereo pictures of 6 x 13 cm, with folding metal stereo viewer. Raumbild-Album "Olympia 1952 - Helsinki", 1952

Lot: 442 - 2 Raumbild Stereo Albums

2 Raumbild Stereo Albums Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein, Munich. 1) "Deutsche Gaue", 1938, 192 pages, with 200 stereo pictures, complete, picture size 6 x 13 cm, with stereo viewer. - And: 2) "Helsinki - Olympia 1952", 110 pages, with 97

Lot: 443 - Impressions of America by T.C. Porter, 1899

"Impressions of America" by T.C. Porter, 1899 37th of 150 printed copies of a book on the journey of the English author T.C. Porter through the national parks of the USA; 241 pages, linen binding, hand-signed by the author, with 42 stereo photos of

Lot: 444 - Plastographical Views of the World by Max

"Plastographical Views of the World" by Max Skladanowsky, c. 1910 1) Deutscher Verlag, Berlin. Series I, booklet 9, "Dutch Travels", with 15 pictures, cover sheet loose. - And: 2) Deutscher Verlag, Berlin. Series I, booklet 7, "Une Tournée

Lot: 445 - No. 0 Graphic, 1909

No. 0 Graphic, 1909 Folmer & Schwing Division, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester. Size 1 5/8 x 2 ½ in. on rollfilm, Zeiss Kodak Anastigmat 6,3 No. 0, focal plane shutter with spring-drive. - Unusual camera! No. 0 Graphic, 1909 Folmer

Lot: 446 - Film-Jumelle, 1902

Film-Jumelle, 1902 Emil Wünsche, Reick near Dresden. For daylight rollfilm, picture size 3,5 x 4,5 cm, achromatic lens with 2 diaphragms, black leather-covered wood body, guillotine shutter, Newton viewfinder. - Rare rollfilm box.

Lot: 447 - Large Lot of Box Cameras

Large Lot of Box Cameras 1) Coronet Camera (red) for plates, with box. - 2) Ensign Box 2 ¼ B. - 3) Box-Tengor 54/15. - 4) Baby-Box 54/18. - 5) Baby-Box 54/18 (E). - 6-15) Kodak: No. 4 Bull's-Eye Special, No. 2 Bull's-Eye Special, No 2A Buster

Lot: 448 - Mentor Dreivier, 1930

Mentor Dreivier, 1930 Goltz & Breutmann, Dresden. Solid metal body, size 3 x 4 cm on film type 127, body no. 55511, Tessar 3,5/5 cm in Compur. - Very rare German camera! With case. Mentor Dreivier, 1930 Goltz & Breutmann, Dresden.

Lot: 449 - Giant Lot of Plate and Rollfilm Cameras

Giant Lot of Plate and Rollfilm Cameras Cameras made by: Kodak, Krügener, Ernemann, ICA, Ansco, Orionwerk, Monroe and others. 1) No. 5 Cartridge Kodak. - 2) No. 4 Cartridge Kodak. - 3) No. 2 Folding Brownie. - 4) No. 4 Folding Hawk-Eye Model

Lot: 450 - 7 Rollfilm Cameras

7 Rollfilm Cameras 1) Ernemann, Dresden. Heag XVI, c. 1909, size 9 x 12 cm on rollfilm or plates, Aplanat Symetrical 1:6,8. (2/2) - 2) Kodak. No. 4 Folding Hawk-Eye Model 3, 1904, 4 x 5 in., lens 1:6,3, dark-red bellows. (2/2+) - 3) Krügener,

Lot: 451 - 9 Strut Cameras

9 Strut Cameras 1) Balda. Pinette, 1936, Trioplan 2,9/5 cm. - 2) Certo. Dolly (model B), Certar 2,9/5 cm. - 3) Rodenstock. Ysella, 1932, Trinar 2,9/5 cm. - 4) Zeh. Goldi 3 x 4, 1930, Zecanar 2,9/50 mm. - 5) Kochmann. Korette, 1931, Ennatar 4,5/50

Lot: 452 - Wirgin and Adox Rollfilm Cameras

Wirgin and Adox Rollfilm Cameras Gebrüder Wirgin, Wiesbaden. 1-4) 4 Wirgin 6 x 9 cm rollfilm cameras, lenses: Gewironar 4,5/10,5 cm in Compur, Gewironar 6,3/105 mm in shutter 1/25-1/100 sec., Victar 6,3/10,5 cm in shutter 1/25-1/100 sec.,

Lot: 453 - Gewirette (First Version) by Wirgin, 1932

"Gewirette" (First Version) by Wirgin, 1932 Gebrüder Wirgin, Wiesbaden. Size 3 x 4 cm on rollfilm type 127, Gewironar 4,5/5 cm in Vario. - Rare first model! Wirgin "Gewirette", erste Version von 1932 Gebrüder Wirgin, Wiesbaden.

Lot: 454 - Extremely Rare Rollfilm Camera "Pierette", c. 1932

Extremely Rare Rollfilm Camera "Pierette", c. 1932 By Balda-Werk, Dresden. 4 x 6,5 cm. With unusual strut construction: pushing the knob, 2 horizontally attached doors jump spring open and the folding viewfinder pops out. With E. Ludwig, Dresden

Lot: 455 - 4 Cameras 3 x 4 cm

4 Cameras 3 x 4 cm 1) Ihagee, Dresden. Klein-Ultrix 3 x 4 cm, 1931, model without strap lugs (produced for only half a year), film type 127, Ihagee-Anastigmat 4,5/50 mm in Compur. (3/2-3) - 2) Certo Camerawerk, Dresden. Dolly 3 x 4 cm, 1931, Certar

Lot: 456 - Ernolde 6 x 9 cm (with Rangefinder), 1930

Ernolde 6 x 9 cm (with Rangefinder), 1930 Franz Kochmann, Dresden. Rollfilm camera, size 6 x 9 cm with coupled rangefinder (focusing viewer), slip-on viewer. With Schneider Xenar 4,5/10,5 cm in Compur. - Rare camera with original ground-glass

Lot: 457 - Ingo Camera by Glunz, 1932

"Ingo" Camera by Glunz, 1932 Glunz & Sohn Kamerawerk, Hanover. Rollfilm camera for size 3 x 4 cm on film type 127. Very interesting strut construction. Rodenstock Trinar Anastigmat 4,5/5 cm in Pronto. - Rare! Glunz "Ingo", 1932 Glunz

Lot: 458 - 2 Ruberg "Futuro" Cameras

2 Ruberg "Futuro" Cameras Ruberg & Renner, Hagen, Germany. 4 x 6 and 6 x 6 cm on film type 127, 1 with original red/black décor-lacquer and 1 with black décor-lacquer. Red version not working, 1 with original box. - Sought-after

Lot: 459 - Large Lot of Box Cameras

Large Lot of Box Cameras 5 x Zeiss Ikon "Box-Tengor" (various), 4 Agfa box cameras (various, including. "Schulprämie"), 5 Kodak models, 2 x Ensign, Ising Pucky I, Altissa-Box, Varsity, green Vrede-Box, red Ensign Ful-Vue, Houghton-Butcher

Lot: 460 - No. 2 Kodak Camera, 1889

No. 2 Kodak Camera, 1889 Eastman Kodak, Rochester, USA. Body no. 4807, very early Kodak rollfilm camera, for round pictures of 3 ½ in., shutter winding and release button need minor service, camera inside complete, with original key. - Classic

Lot: 461 - Lot of Kodak Rollfilm Cameras

Lot of Kodak Rollfilm Cameras 1) 3A Autographic Kodak Special Model B, first camera with built-in and coupled rangefinder, a milestone! - 2) No. 3A Autographic Kodak Model C, Tessar 6,3/16,5 cm. - 3) 3A Kodak Series II. - 4) No. 4 Cartridge Kodak

Lot: 462 - 3 Colored Rollfilm Cameras

3 Colored Rollfilm Cameras 1) Agfa, München. Billy II Luxus, c. 1931, size 6 x 9 cm, imitation snakeskin, beige bellows, Jgestar 7,7, shutter 1/25-1/100 sec. (3+/2) - 2) Kodak, USA. Vest Pocket Kodak, Series III, blue, c. 1930, size 4,5 x 6

Lot: 463 - Ernemann Film U Camera

Ernemann Film U Camera Ernemann, Dresden. Rare box camera for 6 x 9 cm rollfilm, collapsible front, Doppel-Objektiv 10,5 cm, shutter 1/25-1/100 sec., frame finder. - Attractive original condition! Ernemann Film U Ernemann, Dresden. Seltene

Lot: 464 - Plaubel (Baby) Makinette 3 x 4 cm, c. 1931

Plaubel (Baby) Makinette 3 x 4 cm, c. 1931 Plaubel, Frankfurt. Size 3 x 4 cm on film type 127, Anticomar 2,7/5 cm lens in Compur, 1-1/300 sec. (working well), yellow filter. - Sought-after small 3 x 4 cm strut rollfilm camera! Plaubel (Baby)

Lot: 465 - Graphic No. 0, 1909

Graphic No. 0, 1909 Folmer & Schwing, USA. 1 5/8 x 2 ½ in. on rollfilm, with Zeiss Kodak Anastigmat 6,3/72 mm. Focal plane shutter up to 1/500 sec., shutter slow but working, finder with hinged mirror. - Good condition, a most

Lot: 466 - Krügener's Delta Cartridge 9 x 12, 1898

Krügener's Delta Cartridge 9 x 12, 1898 Dr. Krügener, Bockenheim/Frankfurt. For plates and film, Krügener Anastigmat in Bausch & Lomb shutter "Automat", dark-red bellows. Krügener's Delta Cartridge 9 x 12, 1898 Dr.

Lot: 467 - Goerz Tenax (Pocket Tenax), c. 1921

Goerz Tenax (Pocket Tenax), c. 1921 Goerz, Berlin. Rollfilm camera, size 4,5 x 6 cm, no. 245636, dark-red leather covering, red bellows, Dogmar 4,5/7,5 cm in Compur. Goerz Tenax (Taschen-Tenax), um 1921 Goerz, Berlin. Rollfilmkamera, Format

Lot: 468 - 2 Small Field Cameras, c. 1905-10

2 Small Field Cameras, c. 1905-10 Presumably by Ernemann, Dresden. "Globus" series, size 13 x 18 cm, various models, polished wood with brass fittings, black and brown bellows with black corners, lenses: Schneider Xenar 4,5/135 mm and

Lot: 469 - Universal Pattern B Magazine Camera by N&G, 1892

"Universal Pattern B" Magazine Camera by N&G, 1892 Newman & Guardia, London. No. SB1511, special magazine camera with removable magazine for plates of 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in. (incl. changing back), patent no. 13857.92. Black leather-covered

Lot: 470 - Globus-Stella Field Camera Model IIa, c. 1915-20

"Globus-Stella" Field Camera Model IIa, c. 1915-20 Neue Görlitzer Camera-Werke, Görlitz. Plate size 5 x 7 in. (13 x 18 cm), mahogany body with brass fittings, black bellows, focusing screen back, Leitmeyer Sytar 4,5/300 mm, iris stop, no.

Lot: 471 - Field Camera by Langer & Comp., Vienna, c. 1900

Field Camera by Langer & Comp., Vienna, c. 1900 German manufacturer for Langer & Comp. (Fabrik fotografischer Apparate & Bedarfsartikel). Size 13 x 18 cm, polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows with black corners, Rapid

Lot: 472 - German Field Camera 18 x 24 cm, c. 1890

German Field Camera 18 x 24 cm, c. 1890 Unmarked. Plate size 18 x 24 cm, polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows with black corners. Rodenstock Rapid-Aplanoscop F:7,5 18 x 24, iris stop, focusing screen back. - Excellent condition!

Lot: 473 - Ernemann "Berry" 13 x 18 cm, c. 1890

Ernemann "Berry" 13 x 18 cm, c. 1890 Ernemann, Dresden. Field camera, polished walnut body with brass fittings, green bellows with dark-red corners in excellent condition, with double cassette and frame for glass screen. Lens: Ernemann Detectiv

Lot: 474 - German Field Camera 18 x 24 cm, c. 1880-1900

German Field Camera 18 x 24 cm, c. 1880-1900 Unmarked, polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows with black corners, board lock needs repair, focusing screen back, "Rectiligne extra rapide" lens by H. Roussel, Paris. With 3 wooden double

Lot: 475 - L'Idéale von F. Jonte, 1892

"L'Idéale" von F. Jonte, 1892 F. Jonte & Ch. Monti. Strut-folding camera for plates of 9 x 12 cm, mahogany body with dark-red bellows and nickel fittings, lens by Darlot with rotating stop and rotating shutter, camera with double-cassette

Lot: 476 - Idento by Adams & Co., c. 1905

"Idento" by Adams & Co., c. 1905 Adams & Co., London. Strut-camera for plates of approx. 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in., black leather covering, lens by Ross "Homocentric 1:6,3", shutter speeds ½-1/100 sec., focusing screen back. -

Lot: 477 - Idento by Adams & Co., c. 1905

"Idento" by Adams & Co., c. 1905 Adams & Co., London. Strut-folding camera with panels supporting the lens board, plate size approx. 3 ½ x 4 ¼ in., lens: Homocentric 6,3/5 in., shutter speeds ½-1/100 sec. (working), focusing

Lot: 478 - Globus-Stella Field Camera Model IIa, c. 1915-20

"Globus-Stella" Field Camera Model IIa, c. 1915-20 Neue Görlitzer Camera-Werke, Görlitz. Plate size 5 x 7 in. (13 x 18 cm), walnut body with brass fittings, black bellows, focusing screen back and double cassette. With Steinheil Rapid

Lot: 479 - Small Field Camera by Hermagis, c. 1880

Small Field Camera by Hermagis, c. 1880 Hermagis, Objectifs et Appareils, 29 Rue du Louvre, Paris. Size 3 ½ x 4 ¾ in. (9 x 12 cm), polished wood with brass fittings, black square bellows, focusing screen back. With Aplanat B No. 3 (no.

Lot: 480 - German Field Camera with Steinheil Lens, c. 1880

German Field Camera with Steinheil Lens, c. 1880 Unmarked early field camera with rotating focusing screen back (portrait and landscape format), size 13 x 18 cm (5 x 7 in.), polished wood with brass fittings, green conical bellows. With Steinheil

Lot: 481 - Field Camera by Curt Bentzin, Görlitz, c.

Field Camera by Curt Bentzin, Görlitz, c. 1915 Bentzin, Görlitz. High-quality professional field camera with numerous settings, polished wood with nickel fittings, extension with crank-drive, focusing screen back, black bellows. Steinheil

Lot: 482 - Tropical Magazine Camera from England, c. 1890

Tropical Magazine Camera from England, c. 1890 Presumably Adams or Ensign, England. Gravity plate-changing system, picture size 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in., cassettes inside, mahogany body with attractive brass fittings, interior stamped: "British Made

Lot: 483 - Detective Camera by Hüttig, c. 1895

Detective Camera by Hüttig, c. 1895 Hüttig, Dresden. For 12 plates of 9 x 12 cm (cassettes inside), polished wood, body no. 31943, rotating shutter, working well, with counting mechanism. Detektiv-Magazinkamera von Hüttig, um

Lot: 484 - Tailboard Camera by Eugen Loeber, c. 1890

Tailboard Camera by Eugen Loeber, c. 1890 Eugen Loeber, Dresden. Plate size 5 x 7 in., polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows with dark-red corners, focusing screen back. With Rodenstock Bistigmat 13 x 18 cm (no. 41732), rotation shutter.

Lot: 485 - Heag VI (13 x 18), c. 1903

Heag VI (13 x 18), c. 1903 Ernemann, Dresden. Plate size 13 x 18 cm, polished wood and black leather covering, focal plane shutter, second shutter curtain stuck, with Ernemann Ernon 6,8 No. 2 180 mm. - Excellent cosmetical condition! Heag VI

Lot: 486 - Globus Field Camera 18 x 24 by Herbst & Firl, c.

"Globus" Field Camera 18 x 24 by Herbst & Firl, c. 1897 Herbst & Firl, Görlitz. Plate size 7 x 9 ½ in. (18 x 24 cm), polished wood with brass fittings, dark-green bellows with black corners, focusing screen back. With Steinheil

Lot: 487 - Ministère de l'Air Gaumont (Reporter) Aerial

"Ministère de l'Air" Gaumont (Reporter) Aerial Camera, c. 1948 Gaumont, Paris. Extremely rare Gaumont camera from the French aerial department, camera marked "Gaumont -Air- 1816", badge on top: "Ministère de l'Air - Reférénce

Lot: 488 - 3 Deluxe Plate Cameras, 1910-1926

3 Deluxe Plate Cameras, 1910-1926 1) Ica, Dresden. Favorit Tropical (No. 266), c. 1910, size 9 x 12 cm, back stuck, Zeiss-Icar 6,3/13,5 cm in Compur. (3-/3-) - 2) Zeiss Ikon. Tropen-Adoro 34, c. 1921, plate size 6,5 x 9 cm, Tessar 4,5/12 cm in

Lot: 489 - Lot of Plate Cameras

Lot of Plate Cameras 1) French plate camera, 9 x 12 cm, marked: "JiDe Paris", c. 1910, presumably Ernemann Dresden for French dealer, black leather, polished wood, focal plane shutter not working, with Goerz Dopp.-Anastigmat Dagor 6,8/180 mm in

Lot: 490 - Globus-Stella Studio Tripod (Mod. Görlitz),

"Globus-Stella" Studio Tripod (Mod. Görlitz), c. 1930 Robert Reinsch, Neue Görlitzer Camera-Werke. For cameras for sizes of up to 7 x 9 ½ in., gravity adjustment, height of the tripod extended 64 in., retracted 21 2/3 in.,

Lot: 491 - Stella Camera by Hugo Svenson in Göteborg, c.

"Stella" Camera by Hugo Svenson in Göteborg, c. 1908 "Hugo Svenson & Co., Göteborg, Kamerafabrik", Sweden. Very rare folding camera with an interesting design, for 9 x 12 cm plateholders, serial no. 13559, six-speed guillotine

Lot: 492 - The Sanderson Tropical Hand-and-Stand Camera, c.

The Sanderson Tropical Hand-and-Stand Camera, c. 1920 Sanderson, England. Plate size 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in. (¼ plate), polished teak with brass fittings, Beck Symmetrical Lens in Bausch & Lomb shutter, black bellows, focusing screen back.

Lot: 493 - 5 French Magazine Cameras

5 French Magazine Cameras 1) A. Cadot, Paris. Detective Camera 9 x 12 cm, c. 1898, green leather covering, lens: Achromatique, shutter I + P, dealer's plate. (3-/3-) - 2) Paulenc Frères, Paris. Stand Camera 8 x 11 cm, c. 1900, lens: Balbrek f8

Lot: 494 - 3 Field Cameras, c. 1880-1903

3 Field Cameras, c. 1880-1903 1) "The Natural Camera", size 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ in., mahogany with brass fittings, Beck Symmetrical Lens in rollerblind shutter, focusing screen back. - 2) Lancaster & Son. "The 1903 Instantograph", size 3 1/6 x

Lot: 495 - 3 Field Cameras 13 x 18 cm, c. 1870-90

3 Field Cameras 13 x 18 cm, c. 1870-90 Unmarked, plate size 13 x 18 cm, polished wood with brass fittings, bellows in brown, green with dark-red corners and dark-brown. 1 with lens by Hermagis in rollerblind shutter, focusing screen backs. - All

Lot: 496 - 3 Field Cameras, c. 1900-50

3 Field Cameras, c. 1900-50 1) Hans Sperling, Berlin. "Sperling" field camera 18 x 13 cm, c. 1950, polished wood with brass fittings, Tessar 4,5/18 cm, no. 273867, focusing screen back. (3/3) - 2) Thornton-Pickard. Triple "Imperial", c. 1909, size

Lot: 497 - German Field Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1900

German Field Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1900 Unmarked. Polished wood with nickel fittings, dark-green bellows with black corners, focusing screen back, with Xenar 4,5/24 cm in Compound 1-1/75 sec., working. Deutsche Reisekamera 13 x 18 cm, um 1900

Lot: 498 - Disguised Plate Camera, c. 1910-20

Disguised Plate Camera, c. 1910-20 Unmarked, size 9 x 12 cm, presumably modified for use as a spy camera in a bag or case (both viewfinders removed), Goerz lens Serie C No. 1, rotating shutter. Plattenkamera (Geheimkamera), um 1910-20

Lot: 499 - 4 Field Cameras 13 x 18 cm, c. 1870-80

4 Field Cameras 13 x 18 cm, c. 1870-80 Presumably all by German manufacturers. Tailboard system, 3 cameras with green bellows and red and black corners, 1 camera with red bellows. Lenses: Extra Rapid Aplanat 13 x 18, Rectigraph No. 2, Rapid

Lot: 500 - 4 Field Cameras, c. 1880-1920

4 Field Cameras, c. 1880-1920 1) Houghton's Ltd., London. "The Victo", c. 1900, size 4 ¾ x 6 ¼ in., mahogany with brass fittings, black conical bellows, Beck Symmetrical Lens, Bausch & Lomb shutter (working), focusing screen back.

Lot: 501 - Field Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1880

Field Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1880 Probably Germany. Plate size 5 x 7 in. (13 x 18 cm), dark tropical wood, brass fittings, black bellows, focusing screen back. With Rodenstock Eurynar 1:6 28 cm, iris stop. Reisekamera 13 x 18 cm, um 1880

Lot: 502 - Bentzin Studio Camera 24 x 30 cm, Model VIIc, 1911

Bentzin Studio Camera 24 x 30 cm, Model VIIc, 1911 Curt Bentzin, Görlitz, Germany. Picture size 24 x 30 cm, tropical version, mahogany body with nickel fittings. Zeiss Tessar 4,5/500 mm, no. 203147 (weight 3,8 kilo). Roller-blind shutter

Lot: 503 - Field Camera and Strut Camera

Field Camera and Strut Camera 1) Mackenstein, Paris, for Steinheil, Munich. Field camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1880, polished wood with nickel fittings, green conical bellows with dark-brown corners, lens ring: Steinheil Gruppen-Antiplanet, with

Lot: 504 - Studio Field Camera 24 x 30 cm, c. 1900

Studio Field Camera 24 x 30 cm, c. 1900 Unmarked field camera, "Qniff" on front board, mahogany body with brass fittings, dark-red bellows, focusing screen back, without lens, Thornton-Pickard roller-blind shutter (not working). Studiokamera

Lot: 505 - Street Camera PDQ, Model H, c. 1930

Street Camera PDQ, Model H, c. 1930 PDQ Camera Co. (Mandel), Chicago. Serial no. 1172, for 2 ½ x 3 ½ in. on direct-positive paper. Schneider Radionar 4,5/105 mm in Prontor-S, integrated paper cutting knife. With original film.

Lot: 506 - French Field Camera 13 x 18 cm by A. Tardy, c.

French Field Camera 13 x 18 cm by A. Tardy, c. 1890 A. Tardy, 21. Rue Déstrée, Angle rue du Griffon, Lyon. Dark polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows, rotating focusing screen back, roller-blind shutter (working). Brass lens

Lot: 507 - German Field Camera 24 x 30 cm, c. 1890-1900

German Field Camera 24 x 30 cm, c. 1890-1900 Unmarked. Plate size 24 x 30 cm, polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows with dark-red corners. Brass lens 1:8, 280 mm focal length, focusing screen back. Deutsche Reisekamera 24 x 30 cm,

Lot: 508 - Tropical Deckrullo Nettel 9 x 12, c. 1919

Tropical Deckrullo Nettel 9 x 12, c. 1919 Contessa Nettel, Stuttgart. Size 9 x 12 cm, strut-folding camera, focal plane shutter 1/2800 sec., working well, Tessar 4,5/15 cm, no. 780446, tropical wood, brown bellows, original focusing screen back. -

Lot: 509 - Manufoc-Tenax (Tropical Model), c. 1923

Manufoc-Tenax (Tropical Model), c. 1923 Goerz, Berlin. No. 264194, size 9 x 12 cm, tropical wood with brass fittings, dark-red leather covering and bellows, Dogmar 4,5/15 cm in Compur shutter (working), focusing screen back. - Very rare tropical

Lot: 510 - 13 Plate Cameras

13 Plate Cameras 1) Rochester Camera. Cycle Poco No. 6, dark-red bellows, c. 1900. - 2) Dr. Krügener's, Bockenheim. Delta model, catalog no. 521, size 9 x 12 cm, dark-red bellows, c. 1900. - 3) Zeiss Ikon. Trona 214/7, c. 1929, size 9 x 12 cm,

Lot: 511 - Brighton View Camera by Gennert, 1895

"Brighton" View Camera by Gennert, 1895 G. Gennert, New York, USA. Folding field camera for plates of 5 x 7 in., mahogany body with decorated brass fittings, dark-red leather bellows, variable back with focusing screen. With Ross 6 in. Double

Lot: 512 - Small German Field Camera (9 x 12), c. 1880

Small German Field Camera (9 x 12), c. 1880 Unmarked. Light polished wood field camera for plates of 9 x 12 cm, brass fittings, Meyer Weitwinkel-Aristostigmat 9/10 cm, green bellows with red corners, focusing screen back and 1 double cassette. -

Lot: 513 - Field Camera 18 x 24 cm, c. 1880

Field Camera 18 x 24 cm, c. 1880 Presumably Germany. Tailboard construction, polished wood with brass fittings, green bellows with red corners, unmarked brass lens with iris stop, focusing screen back. Bellows in need of servicing. Reisekamera

Lot: 514 - Minor Tropical Magazine Camera, 1896

Minor Tropical Magazine Camera, 1896 Ernemann, Dresden. Falling-plate magazine camera for 12 plates of 9 x 12 cm, tropical wood with nickel fittings, mirror finder, counter. Early version of "Minor" camera. - Literature: Abring IV, p. 62, no. 3646.

Lot: 515 - French Magazine Camera, c. 1900

French Magazine Camera, c. 1900 Presumably Pipon & Canal. Plate size 9 x 12 cm, gravity plate-changing system, guillotine shutter with 3 shutter speeds (not working), 2 Newton viewfinders. Französische Magazinkamera, um 1900

Lot: 516 - French Magazine Camera (Tropical Model), c. 1900

French Magazine Camera (Tropical Model), c. 1900 Unmarked. Polished wood, gravity plate-changing system, plate size 9 x 12 cm, guillotine shutter P + I, brass fittings, 2 Newton viewfinders. Französische Magazinkamera (Tropenmodell), um

Lot: 517 - 2 Detective Cameras

2 Detective Cameras 1) R. & J. Beck for London Stereoscopic Co. Frena No. 2, c. 1894. Special sheet film 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in. (8 x 10,5 cm), rotating shutter. (3+/3) - And: 2) Unmarked, French detective camera, 9 x 12 cm, c. 1900. Gravity

Lot: 518 - H. Martin "Détective" Camera, c. 1890

H. Martin "Détective" Camera, c. 1890 H. Martin, Constructeur, Rue du Faubourg St. Denis 77, Paris. Plate box camera, size 9 x 12 cm in double wooden cassette, black-stained wooden body, unmarked lens with rotating shutter, rotating stop. -

Lot: 519 - Bubi 4,5 x 6 cm, 1920

Bubi 4,5 x 6 cm, 1920 Franka, Bayreuth. Strut-folding camera for plates, version from 1920, with Eurynar-Anastigmat 4,5/7,5 cm in Compur. Bubi 4,5 x 6 cm, 1920 Franka, Bayreuth. Spreizenkamera für Platten, Version von 1920, mit

Lot: 520 - Le "Merveilleux", 1880

Le "Merveilleux", 1880 Lancaster & Son, Birmingham. Early version of Le "Merveilleux", size ¼ plate (10,8 x 10,8 cm), unmarked lens, flip-flap "bean" shutter, polished wood with brass fittings, conical black bellows, focusing screen back.

Lot: 521 - Contessa-Nettel "Luca" (Luxury Model), c. 1921

Contessa-Nettel "Luca" (Luxury Model), c. 1921 Contessa-Nettel-Camerawerke, Stuttgart. Plate size 12 x 16 cm, body and focusing screen back with snakeskin covering, stamped on back "Contessa-Nettel", leather grip with stamp "Luca". Zeiss lens

Lot: 522 - 4 Plaubel Cameras, c. 1925-49

4 Plaubel Cameras, c. 1925-49 Plaubel, München. 1) Makina (I), c. 1925, size 6,5 x 9 cm, Anticomar 2,9/10 cm, with Rada rollfilm cassette, early version without rangefinder. (2/2) - 2) Makina IIa, 1946, 6,5 x 9 cm, Anticomar 4,2/10 cm in

Lot: 523 - Stella Jumelle, c. 1900

Stella Jumelle, c. 1900 H. Roussel, Paris. Magazine camera for plates of 9 x 12 cm, with magazine, lens: Roussel Anti-Spectroscopique 7,7/130 mm, shutter speed wheel 1-7 (not working), everything else in excellent condition. Stella Jumelle, um

Lot: 524 - Photo-Jumelle 6,5 x 9 cm, c. 1890

Photo-Jumelle 6,5 x 9 cm, c. 1890 Jules Carpentier, Paris. Magazine camera for plates of 6,5 x 9 cm, rigid body, Zeiss Anastigmat 1:8/110 mm, guillotine shutter (working), back stuck shut. Photo-Jumelle 6,5 x 9 cm, um 1890 Jules Carpentier,

Lot: 525 - Lutecia Jumelle-Style Camera, c. 1900

"Lutecia" Jumelle-Style Camera, c. 1900 Marked: "M.J. Paris". Body no. 3656, for plates of 9 x 12 cm, with magazine for 12 plates (cassettes inside), brass lens by Roussel, Paris, "Anti-Spectroscopique F = 7,7", with iris stop, guillotine shutter

Lot: 526 - Ernemann Miniatur-Klapp (4,5 x 6 cm), c. 1920

Ernemann Miniatur-Klapp (4,5 x 6 cm), c. 1920 Ernemann, Dresden. No. 1038722, plate size 4,5 x 6 cm, strut construction, focal plane shutter (working hesitantly), Tessar 3,5/7,5 cm (no. 514671), focusing screen back and 3 nickel-silver plates.

Lot: 527 - Korelle P (4,5 x 6 cm), 1932

Korelle P (4,5 x 6 cm), 1932 Franz Kochmann, Dresden. Strut camera for plates of 4,5 x 6 cm, Radionar 2,9/7,5 cm in rim-set Compur, focusing screen back. Excellent ++ condition. - Sought-after camera for 4,5 x 6 cm! Korelle P (4,5 x 6 cm),

Lot: 528 - Plaubel Makina I, 1920

Plaubel Makina I, 1920 Plaubel, Frankfurt. Strut-folding camera, 6,5 x 9 cm, Plaubel Anticomar 2,9/10 cm in rim-set Compur 1-1/200 sec. (stuck), with Plaubel yellow filter. Plaubel Makina I, 1920 Plaubel, Frankfurt. Spreizenkamera, Format

Lot: 529 - Spido by Gaumont, c. 1898

"Spido" by Gaumont, c. 1898 L. Gaumont, Paris. Jumelle-style camera with magazine, for plates of 6,5 x 9 cm, with Krauss Paris Tessar-Zeiss 6,3/120 mm in Decaux shutter with 5 shutter speeds. Very good condition. Rare version for plates of 6,5 x 9

Lot: 530 - Jumelle Simple, 1900

Jumelle Simple, 1900 H. Bellieni, Nancy. Plate camera, 9 x 12 cm, with original magazine. Camera with focal plane shutter and Compur shuter (both shutters working well), lens by Berthiot Olor 6/135 mm. - Attractive Jumelle-style camera in very good

Lot: 531 - Ernemann Liliput 4,5 x 6 cm, 1914

Ernemann Liliput 4,5 x 6 cm, 1914 Ernemann, Dresden. Plate size 4,5 x 6 cm, shutter Z + M (stuck), frame finder, with flat film holder. Ernemann Liliput 4,5 x 6 cm, 1914 Ernemann, Dresden. Plattenformat 4,5 x 6 cm, Verschluß Z + M

Lot: 532 - 3 Magazine Cameras from England

3 Magazine Cameras from England 1) Houghtons, London. Klito (the original), c. 1904, for plates of 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in., Beck Symmetrical Lens, shutter ½-1/100 sec. (3/2) - 2) Houghtons, London. Klito No. 3A, c. 1906, for plates of 3 ¼

Lot: 533 - Seroco 5 x 7 Folding Plate Camera (Luxury

Seroco 5 x 7 Folding Plate Camera (Luxury Version), c. 1901 The Seroco Camera Co., USA. Version for 5 x 7 in. plates, mahogany body with crocodile leather covering, brass lens "5 x 7 Extra Rapid Convertible" in Wollensak shutter, dark-red bellows,

Lot: 534 - Jano While-You-Wait Camera, c. 1920-30

"Jano While-You-Wait Camera", c. 1920-30 M. Janovitch & Co. London. Street camera for ferrotypes of approx. 5 x 7 cm, 2 developing tanks inside, brass lens. Size of the camera: 15 ¾ x 7 x 10 1/5 in. - In addition: Original wood holder for

Lot: 535 - French Folding-Plate Camera, c. 1880

French Folding-Plate Camera, c. 1880 Unmarked. For plates of approx. 8 x 11 cm, tropical wood with brass fittings, dark-red bellows, lens "Anastigmat 7,2/120 mm" in roller-blind shutter, with plate magazine. Französische Laufbodenkamera,

Lot: 536 - Folding-Bed Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1900

Folding-Bed Camera 13 x 18 cm, c. 1900 Unmarked, plate size 5 x 7 in. (13 x 18 cm), polished walnut body with brass fittings, green bellows with dark-red corners, focusing screen back. Lens by Eastman Kodak, in Ball Bearing shutter.

Lot: 537 - Tropical Deckrullo Nettel 10 x 15, c. 1919

Tropical Deckrullo Nettel 10 x 15, c. 1919 Contessa-Nettel, Stuttgart. Size 10 x 15 cm, strut-folding camera, focal plane shutter stuck, Tessar 4,5/18 cm, no. 563873, tropical wood, brown bellows, original focusing screen back (without ground

Lot: 538 - Jamin/Darlot Objectif Double à Cône

Jamin/Darlot Objectif Double à Cône Centralisateur, c. 1862 Jamin/Darlot, Paris. No. 22632, lens rims signed: "Jamin Darlot", focal length approx. 22 cm, height with lens hood 6 ¼ in., front element Ø 2 1/5 in., back glass

Lot: 539 - Petzval-Type Lens by Darlot, c. 1865

Petzval-Type Lens by Darlot, c. 1865 Anc. Mon. Jamin Darlot Sr Paris. Nr. 24497, front element Ø approx. 58 mm, height 4 1/3 in. (11 cm), rack-and-pinion focusing stiff, with 1 waterhouse stop, without lens hood.

Lot: 540 - Jamin Lens: "Objectif Double à Cône

Jamin Lens: "Objectif Double à Cône Centralisa teur", c. 1856 JAMIN Ing. Opticien 14 rue Chapon Paris Breveté 1162 s.g.d.g. Successor of the legendary lens "à Cône Centralisateur" from 1855, which was first presented by

Lot: 541 - Jamin/Darlot Objectif "Double à Cône

Jamin/Darlot Objectif "Double à Cône Centralisa teur", c. 1864 Jamin/Darlot. No. 26182, lens rims signed: "Jamin Darlot", focal length approx. 32 cm, height 8 ¾ in., front element "D. Paysage" Ø 3 in. (75 mm), back glass Ø

Lot: 542 - Darlot "Trousse Anachromatique d'Atelier de Mrs L.

Darlot "Trousse Anachromatique d'Atelier de Mrs L. de Pulligny et Ct Puyo", c. 1895 Darlot, Paris. No. 37024. A soft-focus lens for artistic portraits, manufactured by Darlot, to design of two famous French pictorialist photographers: Pulligny and

Lot: 543 - Daguerreotype Lens (Construction Features of Susse

Daguerreotype Lens (Construction Features of Susse Frères), c. 1839 Unmarked daguerreotype lens with construction characteristics of "Susse Frères" lens. Focal length approx. 380 mm, height of the lens 81 mm (3 1/5 in.), picture size

Lot: 544 - Convertible Lens by Émile Français, c.

Convertible Lens by Émile Français, c. 1883 Émile Français, Paris. No. 10515, focal length approx. 55 cm, for waterhouse stop, height of the lens with hood 5 ½ in., front glass element Ø 3 in. - Optics very clean!

Lot: 545 - Jamin Darlot Portrait Lens, c. 1864

Jamin Darlot Portrait Lens, c. 1864 Jamin Darlot, Paris. Extremely early serial no. "157", not compatible with this later construction. Focal length 30 cm, for waterhouse stop, height 4 1/3 in., rack-and-pinion focusing, lens hood with user marks,

Lot: 546 - Derogy's Convertible Universal Lens, c. 1860

Derogy's Convertible Universal Lens, c. 1860 No. 21802, focal length approx. 22 cm. This "Objectif à foyer multiples et lentilles additionelles" (patented in 1858) is in essence a Petzval-type lens, supplemented with 2 further lenses: one for

Lot: 547 - L.F. Colas élève de Lerebours, No. 982,

L.F. Colas élève de Lerebours, No. 982, c. 1850 Petzval-type lens with a focal length of approx. 23 cm, rack-and-pinion focusing (working) and lens connection ring. Engraving: "L.F. Colas, élève de Lerebours, Paris". An

Lot: 548 - American Rapid 30 x 40 by Clément & Gilmer,

"American Rapid 30 x 40" by Clément & Gilmer, c. 1890 Clément & Gilmer, Paris, formerly Gasc & Charconnet. Portrait lens with focal length of approx. 50 cm, iris stop 8-64, height 5 ½ in., connecting ring Ø 4 1/3 in.

Lot: 549 - Optique Soupault, c. 1870

Optique Soupault, c. 1870 Optique Soupault, 18 rue du Roi de Sicile, Paris. Universal lens, approx. 20 cm focal length, no. 3538, waterhouse stop, height 6 in., rack-and-pinion focusing, connecting ring Ø 4 1/3 in. - Very rare lens by a

Lot: 550 - Convertibel Lens by E. Français, 1881

Convertibel Lens by E. Français, 1881 E. Français, Paris. No. 5088, focal length approx. 20 cm, rims signed with "Français 1881". For waterhouse stop, unusual and solid rack-and-pinion focusing, height of the lens 5 in., front

Lot: 551 - Alexis Millet Landscape Lens for J. Duboscq,

Alexis Millet Landscape Lens for J. Duboscq, Paris, c. 1855 French-style landscape lens, focal length approx. 110 cm, stamped "J. Duboscq à Paris" on the lens connecting ring, height approx. 12 cm, for round washer stops, light dents in the

Lot: 552 - Hermagis Eidoscope 1:5 No. 1, c. 1923

Hermagis Eidoscope 1:5 No. 1, c. 1923 Hermagis, Paris. No. 129092, portrait and landscape lens in excellent condition, focal length approx. 50 cm, iris stop. Small spot on rear glass, everything else in excellent clear condition. Height with lens

Lot: 553 - Vallantin Landscape Lens, c. 1865

Vallantin Landscape Lens, c. 1865 No. 2410. With an interesting engraving: "Vallantin Opn de 1840 a 1856 C.t des Ateliers de Mr Lerebours Paris". Focal length: approx. 38 cm, height (pulled out): approx. 130 mm, lens: Ø approx. 80 mm. Washer

Lot: 554 - Adjustable Landscape Lens by L. de Pulligny for

"Adjustable Landscape Lens" by L. de Pulligny for Artistic Landscape Photography, c. 1897 No. 7655, focal length 30 cm, height 65 mm, with rack-and-pinion focusing and iris diaphragm (both working). L. de Pulligny invented this lens equipped with

Lot: 555 - Voigtländer Euryscop 7, c. 1886

Voigtländer Euryscop 7, c. 1886 Voigtländer, Braunschweig. No. 32672, focal length approx. 65 cm, front lens Ø 4 1/5 in. (105 mm), height of the lens 8 1/10 in., with one waterhouse stop, connecting ring Ø 6 ¾ in., front

Lot: 556 - Goerz Artar 11/360 mm, c. 1908

Goerz Artar 11/360 mm, c. 1908 Goerz, Berlin. No. 260753, with waterhouse stop and box. Height of the lens 2 in., Ø 2 1/5 in. - Rare lens! Goerz Artar 11/360 mm, um 1908 Goerz, Berlin. Nr. 260753, mit Steckblende und Kästchen.

Lot: 557 - Zeiss Planar 4/250 mm, 1899

Zeiss Planar 4/250 mm, 1899 Carl Zeiss, Jena. Excellent landscape lens by Zeiss, no. 37968, for waterhouse stop, back element with additional engraving: "Serie Ia, No. 13", height 4 in., Ø 3 ½ in., connecting ring Ø 4 ¾ in. -

Lot: 558 - Tessar 4,5/18 cm with Tele-Negativ 6 cm

Tessar 4,5/18 cm with Tele-Negativ 6 cm Carl Zeiss, Jena/Ica, Dresden. Tessar 4,5/18 cm, no. 418386, c. 1920, in Compur 1-1/150 sec., working well, combined with Zeiss "Tele-Negativ F = 6 cm", no. 351666, combined approx. 700 mm focal length,

Lot: 559 - Rigonar 4,5 No. 4 F = 240 mm by Knoll, c. 1900

Rigonar 4,5 No. 4 F = 240 mm by Knoll, c. 1900 Engineer Richard Knoll, photographic manufacturer, Leipzig, founded 1892. Lens serial no. 9002. Lens with iris stop, height 2 in., Ø 2 3/5 in. Rigonar 4,5 No. 4 F = 240 mm von Knoll, um 1900

Lot: 560 - 6 Brass Lenses

6 Brass Lenses 1) C.P. Goerz, Berlin. Doppel-Anastigmat F:7,7 Serie III No. 7 F = 360 mm, no. 36321, with connecting ring, excellent condition. (2/2) - 2) R.O.J.A., Rathenow. Rapid Aplanat No. 5 Serie D F:8. (3-2/2) - 3) R.O.J.A., Rathenow. Rapid

Lot: 561 - Topogon 6,3/20 cm T, c. 1939/40

Topogon 6,3/20 cm T, c. 1939/40 Carl Zeiss, Jena. Special lens for air force use, engraved: "(Bauart: Blc) 1:6,3/20 cm T Hersteller: Blc Nr. 2630450", in central shutter (not tested), rear glass with scratches, lens diameter 4 1/3 in., with shutter

Lot: 562 - Iscorama Lens with M42 Screw-Mount

"Iscorama" Lens with M42 Screw-Mount Isco, Göttingen. Anamorphotic lens 2,8/50 mm, M42 screw-mount with automatic diaphragm. - Rare lens! "Iscorama"-Objektiv mit M42-Schraubgewinde Isco, Göttingen. Anamorphotisches

Lot: 563 - Hypergon-Doppel-Anastigmat 60 mm, c. 1910

Hypergon-Doppel-Anastigmat 60 mm, c. 1910 C.P. Goerz, Berlin. No. 121895, 1:48/60 mm Serie X No. 000. With rotating "propellers" in front of the lens. Extreme wide-angle lens in, excellent condition. Hypergon-Doppel-Anastigmat 60 mm, um 1910

Lot: 564 - Landscape Lens by Ed. Liesegang, c. 1875-80

Landscape Lens by Ed. Liesegang, c. 1875-80 Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf. No. 19758, focal length approx. 24 cm (9 ½ in.), for waterhouse stop, height of the lens with lens hood 6 in., front element Ø 2 1/5 in., with connecting ring

Lot: 565 - Tiefenbildner-Imagon 5,8/250 mm (Soft-Focus)

Tiefenbildner-Imagon 5,8/250 mm (Soft-Focus) Rodenstock, Munich. No. 5561305, complete set with 3 special diaphragms, lens hood, grey filter 4x, connecting ring Ø 3 1/6 in., original box and instruction manual. - Near-mint!

Lot: 566 - 2 Zeiss Lenses

2 Zeiss Lenses Carl Zeiss, Jena. 1) Anastigmat 6,3/210 mm, no. 7185, c. 1893, iris stop, height 2 1/3 in., Ø 2 1/3 in., dent in front ring. (3/2-3) - And: 2) Tessar 4,5/15 cm, no. 459920, c. 1900, iris stop, for Deckrullo-Nettel,

Lot: 567 - 2 Brass Lenses

2 Brass Lenses 1) Perken Son & Rayment, Halton Garden, London. Rapid Rectilinear 7 x 5 Optimus, c. 1890. Focal length approx. 22 cm, for waterhouse stop, height 2 ½ in., connecting ring Ø 2 1/3 in. (3+/2) - And: 2) Small unmarked

Lot: 568 - Brass Portrait Lens by F.J. Cox, London, c. 1867

Brass Portrait Lens by F.J. Cox, London, c. 1867 No. 4076, portrait lens for use with waterhouse stops (3 included) with a focal length of approx. 20 cm, with rack-and-pinion focusing (working), height approx. 13 cm, front lens Ø approx. 60

Lot: 569 - Convertible Lens, c. 1880

Convertible Lens, c. 1880 Unmarked. Universal lens, with 7 interchangeable elements, engraved: 15, 25, 35, 45, 55, 65 and 75, the combination of 45/65 = approx. 28 cm focal length. With built-in rotating shutter (working), complete with box.

Lot: 570 - Goerz Trigor 11/14 in.

Goerz Trigor 11/14 in. Goerz Optical Co. Inc., USA. Back engraved: "Lens made in Switzerland", no. 2001048, special lens, very rare, screw-mount approx. 65 mm. Goerz Trigor 11/14 in. Goerz Optical Co. Inc., USA. Spezialobjektiv für

Lot: 571 - Metal Shutter by Thury & Amey, c. 1900

Metal Shutter by Thury & Amey, c. 1900 Thury & Amey, Genève, Switzerland. Large, heavy shutter with 2 blades and iris stop, shutter speeds 1-10, body no. 993. With unmarked brass lens of approx. 20 cm focal length.

Lot: 572 - Lot of Lenses and Connecting Rings

Lot of Lenses and Connecting Rings 18 lenses. 1-6) Schneider. Componon 5,6/105 mm, Componon 5,6/150 mm, Symmar 5,6/150 mm, Xenar 4,5/150 mm, Componon 5,6/210 mm and Symmar 5,6/240 mm. - 7-10) Carl Zeiss. Protar 18/14 cm, Protar 18/18 cm, 2 x Tessar

Lot: 573 - Bermpohl Naturfarbenkamera, 1930

"Bermpohl Naturfarbenkamera", 1930 Bermpohl & Co., Berlin. Serial no. 658, size 9 x 12 cm, Rodenstock-Tiefenbildner-Imagon 25 cm, in Compound, teak beam-splitting tri-color camera, brass fittings, brown bellows. Complete with 3

Lot: 574 - Painted Advertising Sign for "Rieman & Cos."

Painted Advertising Sign for "Rieman & Cos." Photographic Atelier, c. 1900 With inscription "Rieman & Cos. - Photographic Parlors - New Style Cabinet - Bourdoir & Panel Photographs - Try Our New Electric Daylight Studio" and a studio

Lot: 575 - LUZO, the First English Rollfilm Detective Camera,

LUZO, the First English Rollfilm Detective Camera, 1896-97 H.J. Redding & Gyles, London. Body no. 1189, "H.J. Redding's No. 17328 Patent", for Eastman rollfilm, image size 3 x 4 in., mahogany detective box camera, brass fittings, Aplanat,

Lot: 576 - Primarette "Tessar", 1933

Primarette "Tessar", 1933 Curt Bentzin, Görlitz. Twin-lens strut-folding camera for 4 x 6,5 cm on film type 127. Body no. 1129, Tessar 4,5/7,5 cm (no. 1402168) in Compur shutter. With body release and automatic parallax correction. - A rare

Lot: 577 - Neck-Rest for Photographic Studio Chair, c.

Neck-Rest for Photographic Studio Chair, c. 1850-60 Height approx. 52 in., oak, adjustable height. Kopfstütze (Photoatelier), um 1850-60 Höhe ca. 130 cm, komplett aus Eiche, höhenverstellbar. Start Price: EUR 160

Lot: 578 - Photographer's Chair with Neck-Rest, c. 1850-60

Photographer's Chair with Neck-Rest, c. 1850-60 Elegant studio chair, oak with patterned velvet upholstery, seat height 16 ½ in., total height 39 1/3 in. With adjustable neck-rest and iron base, height approx. 50 in. - Early and attractive

Lot: 579 - Chambre à Joues by Ch. Hiekel, Paris, 1895

Chambre à Joues by Ch. Hiekel, Paris, 1895 Hiekel, Paris. Strut-folding camera, plate size 8 x 10,5 cm, tropical wood with brass fittings, dark-red bellows, lens engraved: "Hiekel, Paris", with rotating stop and rotating shutter (presumably by

Lot: 580 - Voigtländer Metal Daguerreotype Camera

Voigtländer Metal Daguerreotype Camera Replica Replica from 1978, Limited Edition of only 100 cameras, no. 48/100, engraving: "Voigtländer & Sohn in Wien No. 84". With original cassette and lens cap! - Excellent condition! The

Lot: 581 - Stirn's Concealed Vest Camera No. 1, 1886

Stirn's Concealed Vest Camera No. 1, 1886 C.P. Stirn, Berlin. Serial no. 2302, nickel version, shutter working. Version for 6 pictures (4,1 cm), size of the camera: Ø 6 in., periscope lens, guillotine shutter. With extremely rare original box.

Lot: 582 - Argus Spy and Detective Camera, 1919

"Argus" Spy and Detective Camera, 1919 Contessa-Nettel, Stuttgart. No. 456647, 4,5 x 6 cm, Zeiss Tessar 4,5/5,5 cm, no. 542069, Zeiss finder, with round cut-out, successor of the "Nettel Argus" and precursor of the "Contessa-Nettel Ergo" and the

Lot: 583 - L.J.M. Daguerre "Historique et déscription

L.J.M. Daguerre "Historique et déscription des pro cédés du Daguerréotype et du Diorama", 1839 "Alphonse Giroux et Cie, Editeurs", Nouvelle Edition, August 1839, 8 3/4 x 5 ½ in., 76 pages. With 5 lithographed plates, edges

Lot: 584 - Suter's Hand Camera Detective Camera, 1893

"Suter's Hand Camera" Detective Camera, 1893 Suter, Basel, Switzerland. Detective camera for plates of 9 x 12 cm (plates inside), tropical wood, early version, body no. 137! Lens by E. Suter, rotating shutter, not currently working. "Suter's

Lot: 585 - Dr. Krügener's Simplex Reflex Camera, 1888

"Dr. Krügener's Simplex Reflex Camera", 1888 Early mahogany TLR camera with interchangeable magazine for 24 plates (6 x 8 cm) by Rudolf Krügener, Frankfurt, Main. Shutter working. - Literature: Michel Auer, "Kameras gestern und heute", p.

Lot: 586 - Krauss Peggy Norm, 1933

Krauss Peggy Norm, 1933 G.A. Krauss, Stuttgart. No. D 179/4, 35mm strut camera. with very rare lens "Kleinbild-Plasmat Dr. P. Rudolph DRP 1931 2,7/5 cm Sechslinsig No. 10621", Compur shutter 1-1/300 sec., stuck. Produced for only one year. -

Lot: 587 - Detective Camera, c. 1880-90

Detective Camera, c. 1880-90 Bowler with built-in fixed plate camera for glass plates of 26 x 38 mm, guillotine shutter, released by pulling a cord hanging out at one side of the hat, fixed focus lens. Hat interior embossed: "The 'Ideal' Hat - Easy

Lot: 588 - Goerz Photo-Stereo-Binocle, Model I, 1899

Goerz Photo-Stereo-Binocle, Model I, 1899 C.P. Goerz, Berlin. No. 139. German detective binocular camera for stereo and single-shot images, size 2 x 40 x 50 mm, binoculars with 2 ½x and 3 ½x magnification. First model with Goerz

Lot: 589 - Pullman Detective Camera, c. 1896

Pullman Detective Camera, c. 1896 S.J. Levi, London. Smallest version of the "Pullman" detective camera, plate size 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in., polished wood, camera built into a leather-covered case, black bellows, 5.06 in. 1:8 lens by Taylor Taylor

Lot: 590 - Mars Detective Camera 9 x 12, c. 1893

Mars Detective Camera 9 x 12, c. 1893 Wünsche, Reick bei Dresden. Camera no. 6100, for 12 plates of 9 x 12 cm. With original plate slide carrier, cord with original buttons for shutter winding, slide carrier with matching no. 6100, brass lens

Lot: 591 - Rare "Hand Lightning Camera" by Benetfink, c. 1893

Rare "Hand Lightning Camera" by Benetfink, c. 1893 Benetfink, Cheapside, London. Detective camera for plates of 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ in., changing bag, tropical version with solid brass banding. Brass lens "6 in. Detective Lens" by Swift & Son,

Lot: 592 - Ben Akiba Cane Handle Camera

Ben Akiba Cane Handle Camera Replica. Picture size 16 x 20 mm on rollfilm, storage space in handle for more rollfilms, camera body of nickel-plated silver, inside with 5 spools, shutter on time not working, but everything else in excellent

Lot: 593 - Zeus-Reflex by Hüttig (D.R.P.A.), c. 1895

"Zeus-Reflex" by Hüttig (D.R.P.A.), c. 1895 Hüttig A.G., Dresden. Extremely rare detective reflex camera, D.R.P.A. = "Deutsches Reichs-Patent angemeldet", detective camera for plates of 9 x 12 cm, changing back with slider on reverse

Lot: 594 - Clarissa Tropen (First Version), 1928

Clarissa Tropen (First Version), 1928 Lorenz, Berlin. For plates of 4,5 x 6 cm, tropical wood with brass fittings, focal plane shutter (not working), with brass lens "Meyer Trioplan 3/75", focusing screen back in brown, with case. - Very rare

Lot: 595 - LUZO (The First English Rollfilm Detective

LUZO (The First English Rollfilm Detective Camera!), 1896 H.J. Redding & Gyles, London. Body no. 1053, "H.J. Redding's No. 17328 Patent", for Eastman rollfilm, image size 3 x 4 in., mahogany detective box camera, brass fittings, Aplanat, sector

Lot: 596 - Studio Camera with "Nicola Perscheid" Lens, c.

Studio Camera with "Nicola Perscheid" Lens, c. 1912 Unmarked studio camera on studio tripod, plate size 24 x 24 cm, movable back with focusing screen back 9 x 12 cm, Grundner shutter. - Special feature ist the lens: "Nicola Perscheid 4,5/30 cm DRP

Lot: 597 - Bermpohl-Naturfarbenkamera (3-Color), 1930

"Bermpohl-Naturfarbenkamera" (3-Color), 1930 Bermpohl & Co., Berlin. Serial no. 912, with very rare "Reflex Housing", camera with Tessar 6,3/210 mm, no. 2764627 and reflex housing also with Tessar 6,3/210 mm, no. 2734101. Size 9 x 12 cm, teak

Lot: 598 - Nydia (¼ Plate), c. 1899

Nydia (¼ Plate), c. 1899 Newmann & Guardia Ltd., London. Rare and unusual folding plate camera, tropical wood with brass fittings, changing sack, plate size 10,8 x 8,1 cm, body no. 1423 inside, Dr. Staeble Anastigmat 6,8/5 ½ in.,

Lot: 599 - Contessa-Nettel "Ergo", c. 1926

Contessa-Nettel "Ergo", c. 1926 Contessa-Nettel, Stuttgart. Plate size 4,5 x 6 cm, shutter 1/25-1/100 sec., body no. 460640, Tessar 4,5/5,5 cm, no. 542261, Zeiss viewfinder, camera with film-cassette holder and case. Contessa-Nettel "Ergo", um

Lot: 600 - Marion "Soho Tropical Reflex", c. 1906

Marion "Soho Tropical Reflex", c. 1906 Marion & Co., Ltd., London. Tropical reflex camera, plate size 3 ½ x 5 ½ in., tropical wood with copper and brass fittings, green bellows and waist-level viewfinder! Lens: Heliar 4,5/21 cm,

Lot: 601 - Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire (Fox Talbot), c. 1835

Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire (Fox Talbot), c. 1835 Calotype, dated in "The Pencil of Nature" of 1835, picture size 8 x 6 in. (20,5 x 15,5 cm), fixed on cardboard (only border fixed), cardboard size 12 ¼ x 10 in. (31 x 25 cm). - Talbot's view of

Lot: 602 - Daguerreotype of Pisa, c. 1845-50

Daguerreotype of Pisa, c. 1845-50 Anonymous. ¼ plate. Leaning Tower of Pisa with partial view of the cathedral, good contrast, tarnished at the edges, new seal, wood frame. Daguerreotypie "Pisa", um 1845-50 Anonym. Viertelplatte,

Lot: 603 - Daguerreotype by "Glenisson", c. 1850

Daguerreotype by "Glenisson", c. 1850 "Portraits Miniature par Glenisson, Professeur de Photographie, Rue Saint-Antoine, Paris". ¼ plate, portrait of a gentleman, hand-tinted, decorated frame, original seal! Daguerreotypie von

Lot: 604 - Pair of Daguerreotype Portraits of Children by

Pair of Daguerreotype Portraits of Children by Alphonse Plumier, c. 1855 Alphonse Plumier, France. 1/6 plate, one with label on verso, both re-sealed. Good contrast, slightly tarnished. Alphonse Plumier (Daguerreotypien), Kinderportraits, um

Lot: 605 - Stereo Daguerreotype, c. 1850

Stereo Daguerreotype, c. 1850 Presumably France. ¼ plate, portrait of a gentleman with piercing gaze, hand-tinted, case with floral pattern, spine loose, case with folding stereoscopic lenses. Stereo-Daguerreotypie, um 1850 Vermutlich

Lot: 606 - 6 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-50

6 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-50 1-3) "Kilburn" and "Claudet", three portraits of gentlemen, 1/6 plates, lightly hand-tinted, cases with covers, good to excellent illumination and contrast. (2-3/-) - 4) Anonymous. Portrait of a lady, 1/9 plate, case

Lot: 607 - 2 Subminiature Daguerreotypes, c. 1845

2 Subminiature Daguerreotypes, c. 1845 Anonymous, presumably USA. Half 1/9 plate (4 x 3 cm = 1 ½ x 1 2/5 in.), portraits of ladies, brass and copper passe-partouts, frame size 2 x 1 ½ in. - Extremely rare in this size! 2

Lot: 608 - Daguerreotype by Louis S. Bonijol "Genève"

Daguerreotype by Louis S. Bonijol "Genève" (1/2 Plate), 1841 Plainpalais, Commune canton Genève, Switzerland. External size of daguerreotype 8 ¼ x 6 ¾ in. (21,0 x 17,0 cm), visible image size 6 2/5 x 4 2/3 in. (16,2 x 11,8 cm),

Lot: 609 - Daguerreotype in Decorative Case, c. 1845

Daguerreotype in Decorative Case, c. 1845 USA, 1/6 plate, hand-tinted portrait of a gentleman, passe-partout with stamp: "Chase, 173 Wash. NY". Excellent illumination and contrast. Complete case decorated in Japanese style with stylized floral

Lot: 610 - 11 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55

11 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55 Presumably from England or USA, one French. 2 x ¼ plate, 5 x 1/6 plate, 2 x 1/8 plate and 2 x 1/9 plate (= brooch and Union Case), portraits, complete with cases, good contrast, some hand-tinting. 11

Lot: 611 - 7 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55

7 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55 Predominantly French. 5 x ¼ plate, 2 x 1/6 plate, portraits, framed (but opened), mixed conditions. 7 Daguerreotypien, um 1845-55 Vermutlich alle französischer Herkunft. 5 x Viertelplatte, 2 x

Lot: 612 - Whole Plate Daguerreotype, c. 1843

Whole Plate Daguerreotype, c. 1843 Producer of the plate accredited "Charles Christofle", Parisian goldsmith (1805-1863). Christofle produced galvanoplastic products, amongst others daguerreotype plates. - Presumably self-portrait of Charles

Lot: 613 - Daguerreotype of a Reclining Lady, c. 1850

Daguerreotype of a Reclining Lady, c. 1850 Probably French. ¼ plate, lady reclining on a canapé draped in textiles, lightly colored, pressed brass frame with foliate pattern. Daguerreotypie einer liegenden Dame, um 1850 Vermutlich

Lot: 614 - 8 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55

8 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55 Predominantly from France. 1/6 and ¼ plates. Individual portraits of men and women, one group, one with very good hand tinting, all framed, mixed conditions. 8 Daguerreotypien, um 1845-55 Überwiegend

Lot: 615 - Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes

Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes 4 daguerreotypes. One 1/8 plate and three 1/6 plate. With cases (two with loose spines) and one framed. (3/-) - In addition: 1 Union Case with ambrotype 1/6 plate, gilt-tinted, and 1 ambrotype in case, gilt-tinted,

Lot: 616 - Stereo Daguerreotype, c. 1850

Stereo Daguerreotype, c. 1850 England. Size 8,5 x 17 cm, sculpture, original seal. Titled in image: "The First Whisper of Love". Stereo-Daguerreotypie, um 1850 Englischer Herkunft. Maße 8,5 x 17 cm, Skulptur, original versiegelt. Innen

Lot: 617 - 3 English Daguerreotypes by "Beard's", c. 1845

3 English Daguerreotypes by "Beard's", c. 1845 Beard's Photographic Institutions London. 1) 1/6 plate, portrait of an older couple, surface cleaned, case with cover. (3-/-). - 2) ¼ plate, portrait of a lady, finely hand-tinted, case with

Lot: 618 - 2 Stereo Daguerreotypes 9 x 17 cm, c. 1845

2 Stereo Daguerreotypes 9 x 17 cm, c. 1845 Anonymous. Plate size 9 x 17 cm, 2 outdoor photographs of one house. One daguerreotype opened, the second sealed but cracked. 2 Stereo-Daguerreotypien 9 x 17 cm, um 1845 Anonym. Plattenformat je 9 x

Lot: 619 - 9 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55

9 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845-55 France. 8 x ¼ plate, 1 x 1/6 plate. Individual portraits of men, women and groups, all framed, 2 daguerreotypes with cracks in glass, some tarnished at the edges, mixed conditions. 9 Daguerreotypien, um

Lot: 620 - 2 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845

2 Daguerreotypes, c. 1845 Anonymous. 1) Portrait of a lady, 1/6 plate, brass passe-partout, case with cover, spine loose. (3+/-) - And: 2) Portrait of a lady, ¼ plate, brass passe-partout (stained), hand-tinted, gilt highlights, case with

Lot: 621 - Hand-Tinted French Daguerreotype, 1851

Hand-Tinted French Daguerreotype, 1851 Anonymous. ½ plate, portrait of a lady, visible image 9,3 x 12,4 cm, hand-tinted, excellent illumination and contrast, frame size 15,5 x 19 cm. Französische handkolorierte Daguerreotypie, 1851

Lot: 622 - 2 English Daguerreotypes "Beard's", c. 1845

2 English Daguerreotypes "Beard's", c. 1845 Beard's Photographic Institutions London. Portraits of 2 elderly ladies, professionally hand-tinted. 1) 1/6 plate, case with cover, original seal. - And: 2) 1/4 plate, case with cover, original seal. -

Lot: 623 - 2 Daguerreotype Brooches, c. 1845-55

2 Daguerreotype Brooches, c. 1845-55 Sizes of the daguerreotypes 1 x 3/5 in. and 4/5 x ½ in., brass holders, with pins. Portraits of a lady and a child. 2 Daguerreotypie-Broschen, um 1845-55 Kleine Miniatur-Broschen, Format der

Lot: 624 - 17 Daguerreotypes

17 Daguerreotypes Probably France. 1/6 and ¼ plates. 6 with frames (all opened) and 11 loose and without frames. - Worth a look! 17 Daguerreotypien Vermutlich alle aus Frankreich. Sechstel- und Viertelplatten. 6 Stück mit Rahmen

Lot: 625 - 2 Daguerreotypes (Portraits of Children), c.

2 Daguerreotypes (Portraits of Children), c. 1845-50 1) Anonymous. ¼ plate, lightly hand-tinted, oval picture size, frame with red velvet covering, size 4 ¾ x 4 1/6 in. Excellent illumination and contrast. (2/-) - And: 2) Anonymous. 1/9

Lot: 626 - Oval Daguerreotype, Group Portrait, c. 1845-50

Oval Daguerreotype, Group Portrait, c. 1845-50 Anonymous, size 2 ¾ x 2 ¼ in., 6 adults and a child, cleaning marks, oval frame. Ovale Daguerreotypie, Gruppenportrait, um 1845-50 Anonym, ovales Format 7 x 5,5 cm, Gruppe von 6

Lot: 627 - Daguerreotype, c. 1850

Daguerreotype, c. 1850 Anonymous, 1/6 plate, portrait of a gentleman, oval image section, brass passe-partout, daguerreotype with two small spots. Complete case with red velvet cover, spine loose. Daguerreotypie, um 1850 Anonym,

Lot: 628 - Photographic Jewelry, c. 1880-1900

Photographic Jewelry, c. 1880-1900 3 brooches and a pearl-and-paste-set pendant, picture size approx. 1-2 cm, 3 hand-tinted albumen pictures, brass frames. Photoschmuck, um 1880-1900 3 Broschen und 1 Anhänger, Bildgrößen ca.

Lot: 629 - 12 Ambrotypes, c. 1850-60

12 Ambrotypes, c. 1850-60 England or USA. 1/8 plate to ¼ plate, 10 with cases, some hand-tinted, 1 cracked. 12 Ambrotypien, um 1850-60 England oder USA. Achtelplatte bis Viertelplatte, 10 x mit Etui, teilweise koloriert, 1 Ambrotypie

Lot: 630 - 8 Ambrotypes, c. 1850-60

8 Ambrotypes, c. 1850-60 Various countries. 1/6 plate to ½ plate, portraits, 1 cracked, mixed conditions, some with gilt tint, all pictures framed. 8 Ambrotypien, um 1850-60 Verschiedene Herkunftsländer. Sechstelplatte bis halbe

Lot: 631 - Approx. 595 Autochrome Plates of 9 x 12 cm, c.

Approx. 595 Autochrome Plates of 9 x 12 cm, c. 1920 Motifs: Landscapes, castles, towns et cetera, from different countries. Predominantly Lumière plates. Professional photographs and professional marketing, high-class illumination and

Lot: 632 - Approx. 60 Calotypes (Reproductions), c. 1985

Approx. 60 Calotypes (Reproductions), c. 1985 Calotype Company, Hamburg. Calotype copies from original calotypes (mostly 1839-1855) by William Henry Fox Talbot. Sizes: 6 ¼ x 7 4/5 in. up to 7 x 9 in. Verso with label "Calotype Company,

Lot: 633 - Pannotype, 1853-60

Pannotype, 1853-60 Anonymous. Oval image section 13,5 x 9 cm, photographic exposure on leather substrate. Very rare photographic process in use only for a short time. Pannotypie, 1853-60 Anonym. Ovaler Bildausschnitt 13,5 x 9 cm,

Lot: 634 - Pannotype, 1853-60

Pannotype, 1853-60 Anonymous. Oval image section 9 x 7 cm, on oilcloth substrate. Very rare photographic process in use only for a short time. Pannotypie, 1853-60 Anonym. Ovaler Bildausschnitt 9 x 7 cm, Trägermaterial: schwarzes

Lot: 635 - 7 Photographic Albums, c. 1880-1900

7 Photographic Albums, c. 1880-1900 For cartes-de-visite or other formats, various materials including leather, shellac and bone. Album sizes: 9 x 13 up to 24 x 30 cm, one album once with cylinder musical movement (not included), 5 albums with

Lot: 636 - Lot of Photographs, 1860-1920

Lot of Photographs, 1860-1920 Over 40 photographs, various countries, mixed processes: 4 ambrotypes (2 x ¼ plate, 2 x ½ plate), framed and partly hand-tinted, 15 tintypes, over 20 vintage prints in various sizes (nearly all framed).

Lot: 637 - Large Lot of Photographs, c. 1870 onwards

Large Lot of Photographs, c. 1870 onwards Approx. 50 photographs, predominantly vintage prints, size 18 x 24 cm and 22 x 28 cm, motifs: North Africa, Asia and Hamburg, some portraits, one album "Niagara" photo-gravures and a box of glass negatives

Lot: 638 - Nude Magic Lantern Slides of 8 x 8 cm, c.

Nude Magic Lantern Slides of 8 x 8 cm, c. 1900-1920 Approx. 50 magic lantern slides, predominantly copies, several amateur pictures. Akt-Laternenbilder 8 x 8 cm, um 1900-1920 Ca. 50 Laternenbilder, überwiegend Reproduktionen, einige

Lot: 639 - Commemorative Photographic Plaque for French

Commemorative Photographic Plaque for French Soldier, 1917 Portrait 2 1/3 x 3 1/6 in. of Louis Debarnot, soldier of the 109th infantry who died at Ludwigsburg on 27th August 1917, in enameled plaque, 9 ½ x 7 in. Photogedenktafel für

Lot: 640 - 2 Cups with Photographs

2 Cups with Photographs 1) Porcelain cup with photograph, 1909, with portrait of a couple, height of the cup 3 1/3 in., with gilt decoration and legend: "Zum 30jährig. Geburtstag", the saucer with legend: "Zur Erinnerung a. d. 26. März

Lot: 641 - 2 Photographic Portraits 77 x 108 cm, c. 1910-20

2 Photographic Portraits 77 x 108 cm, c. 1910-20 Photoatelier "Heinrich Uhlenbruch, Frohnhauser Str. 91, Essen a.d. Ruhr", founded 1900. Black-lacquered wooden frames with gilt border, picture size 23 x 35 ½ in. 2 Portrait-Aufnahmen 77 x

Lot: 642 - 4 Leather-Bound Photographic Albums, late 19th

4 Leather-Bound Photographic Albums, late 19th Century With decorative mounts, embossed covers, clasps and gilt-edged pages, with approx. 155 CdV and larger portraits by German photographers, sizes of the leather albums: 7 x 12 ½ in., 6 ¼

Lot: 643 - Felice A. Beato (1832-1909)

Felice A. Beato (1832-1909) Egypt, Luxor, Ramesseum, c. 1870-80, albumen print, 26 x 37 cm, mounted on card. Signed in photograph: "A. Beato". Felice A. Beato (1832-1909) Ägypten, Luxor, Ramesseum, um 1870-80. Albumin-Photographie, 26 x

Lot: 644 - Felice A. Beato (1832-1909)

Felice A. Beato (1832-1909) "Harbor Gate of the Ptolemies" (sic!), c. 1870-80, 2 albumen photographs, 20 x 26 cm, mounted on card, signed in photograph: "A. Beato", pencil inscriptions. Felice A. Beato (1832-1909) "Hafentor von

Lot: 645 - Ernst von Hesse-Wartegg (1851-1918)

Ernst von Hesse-Wartegg (1851-1918) "Straw Cottages Salamanca, Mexico", c. 1884. Albumen print, 26 x 34 cm, mounted on card, distribution: W.H. Jackson & Co. Phot. Denver. Ernst von Hesse-Wartegg (1851-1918) "Straw Cottages Salamanca,

Lot: 646 - G. Koppmann & Co. and Ferdinando Ongania

G. Koppmann & Co. and Ferdinando Ongania 1) G. Koppmann & Co., Hamburg (1842-1909). 4 vintage prints, c. 1883/84, size 38 x 27 cm, "Aufgenommen Hamburg September 1883 - Neue Wandrahm No. 9", "Kalkhof" and "Kehrwieder von der

Lot: 647 - Griffelkunst - 20th Century Photography

Griffelkunst - 20th Century Photography Griffelkunst-Vereinigung Hamburg. 5 prints. 3 x Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971). 1) "Ombres (rappe)", 1931. - 2) "Limoges - Gare", 1954. - 3) "La Beauté à la cuisine", 1950. - 4) Man Ray, "L'oeuf et le

Lot: 648 - W. Bauer

W. Bauer "New York, Sept. 84". Silver print 30 x 40 cm, Agfa paper. Back signed and with pencil inscription. On border with light bend. W. Bauer "New York, Sept. 84". Silver-Print 30 x 40 cm, Agfa-Papier. Rückseitig signiert und

Lot: 649 - Sir Cecil Beaton (1904-1980)

Sir Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) "Fashion Study", 1930. Silver print 20 x 25 cm. Front label: "Neg. No. 9424-25". Facsimile stamp: "Proof - Property of Vogue Studios 480 Lexington Ave. New York City". Further stamp: "From the Beaton Studio Sotheby

Lot: 650 - Heinrich Kühn (1866-1944)

Heinrich Kühn (1866-1944) "Lady in back light" (H. Kühn, 1912). Reprint from original autochrome plate, 18 x 24 cm, limited edition no. 18/100, on Kodak RC 14 paper. Signed: "Lotte Schönitzer-Kühn" (wife of Heinrich Kühn).

Lot: 651 - Atelier W. Sahm (Walter Sahm, Munich)

Atelier W. Sahm (Walter Sahm, Munich) "Gert Fröbe", actor known for his character roles including "Auric Goldfinger", 1981. Gelatin image 17 x 23 cm, mounted on card, signed in photograph: "Sahm, München 1981". Verso with photographer's

Lot: 652 - Paul Joyce

Paul Joyce "Nude with Grapes", London 1977. Silver bromide paper 40 x 50 cm (panorama view), back signed and with pencil notes: "Paul Joyce". Paul Joyce "Nude with Grapes", London 1977. Bromsilberabzug 40 x 50 cm (Panorama-Aufnahme),

Lot: 653 - Regina Relang (1906-1989)

Regina Relang (1906-1989) "Plissée, 1975. Color print, 30 x 35 cm, verso with ink inscription: "1975 Plissée - Serie für ein Make-up, Rosa Variante, Blitzlicht im Studio München", signed. Stamp: "Copyright Foto Relang".

Lot: 654 - Will McBride (1931-2015)

Will McBride (1931-2015) Without title (girl with broken glass), 1963. Silver print 36 x 56 cm, signed and lettered by McBride on front side. Bound on cardboard. Will McBride (1931-2015) Ohne Titel (Mädchen mit zerbrochenem Glas), 1963.

Lot: 655 - Fritz Kempe (1909-1988)

Fritz Kempe (1909-1988) "Jacques-Henri Lartique", 1894-1986, portrait by Fritz Kempe, 1984. Silver print, 20 x 29,5 cm, verso with pencil inscription: "Jacques-Henri Lartigue 1984, für Heinz Bindseil", signed. Stamp: "Sammlung Fritz Kempe"

Lot: 656 - Ludwig Windstosser

Ludwig Windstosser "Einzelgänger", 1970s. Size 23 x 29 cm, back side with photographer's label, dedication, color print (Kodak paper). Ludwig Windstosser "Einzelgänger", 1970er Jahre. Format 23 x 29 cm, Rückseite mit

Lot: 657 - Fritz Kempe (1909-1988)

Fritz Kempe (1909-1988) 1) "Umbo", 1978. Portrait of the Bauhaus photographer Otto Umbehr, gelatin silver print 18 x 23 cm, back stamped and pencil notes. - 2) "Prof. Hans Richter" (author), 1970. Gelatin image 18 x 23 cm, back stamped and pencil

Lot: 658 - Fritz Kempe (1909-1988)

Fritz Kempe (1909-1988) "Kurt Julius", 1909-1986. Portrait by Fritz Kempe, 1970. Silver print, 20,5 x 29,5 cm, verso with pencil inscription: "Kurt Julius 1970. Für Heinz Bindseil", signed. Stamp: "Fritz Kempe". Fritz Kempe (1909-1988)

Lot: 659 - Kurt Julius (1909-1986)

Kurt Julius (1909-1986) 1) "Umbo", 1978. Portrait of the Bauhaus photographer Otto Umbehr, silver print 30 x 37 cm, back stamped and signed. - And: 2) "Umbo", 1978. Silver print 30 x 30 cm, back stamped and signed. Kurt Julius (1909-1986) 1)

Lot: 660 - Umbo - Otto Umbehr (1902-1980)

Umbo - Otto Umbehr (1902-1980) "Lady with haze", W.B. 1928. Silver print 21 x 30 cm, limited edition, no. 76/80, signed, passe-partout, modern print 1978. - Literature: "Camera" 10/76; "Photographien 1925-1933", Spectrum Galerie, p. 41.

Lot: 661 - Reinhard Wolf (1930-1988)

Reinhard Wolf (1930-1988) 1) "Still Life", c. 1973. Polaroid print 8 x 10, size 27 x 21 cm, passe-partout, signed. Photographed in Vienna, Europhot congress. - And: 2) 4 Cibachrome prints, "Hamburger Photograph. Architectural photos", c. 1980.

Lot: 662 - Andrew D. Shumaker

Andrew D. Shumaker 1) "Light Pattern, Canyon Wall", Arizona, USA, 1981. Silver print 19 x 24 cm (vintage print), signed. Back stamped: "Original Print by Andrew D. Shumaker", hand-written: "Light Pattern, Canyon Wall, Upper Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Lot: 663 - Karin Székessy (Székessy-Wunderlich,

Karin Székessy (Székessy-Wunderlich, 1938-2010) "Two Women", 1970s, color lithograph, 35 x 35 cm, limited edition of 100 pictures (no. 75/100), lower border with pencil inscription: "Für H. Bindseil mit herzlichem Dank für den

Lot: 664 - John Goto

John Goto "Two Chairs", Prague 1977. John Goto, Stockport, England. Silver print 50 x 54 cm, toning silver bromide paper, signed: "Goto 77". John Goto "Zwei Stühle", Prag 1977. John Goto, Stockport, England. Silver-Print 50 x 54 cm,

Lot: 665 - Nicola Perscheid (1864-1930)

Nicola Perscheid (1864-1930) "Portrait of a Lady", c. 1915. Vintage photograph, gelatin silver print 22,5 x 19 cm, passe-partout signed. Nicola Perscheid (1864-1930) "Portrait einer Dame", um 1915. Vintage-Print, Gelatinesilberabzug 22,5 x

Lot: 666 - Volker Hinz

Volker Hinz "Leonard Bernstein", 1975. Vienna, silver print 30 x 40 cm, slightly wavy on border. Back signed and lettered. Volker Hinz "Leonard Bernstein", 1975. Wien, Silver-Print 30 x 40 cm, am Rand leicht wellig. Rückseitig signiert

Lot: 667 - Magic Lantern with Lantern Slides, c. 1880-1900

Magic Lantern with Lantern Slides, c. 1880-1900 Marked: "Reflectum Rec D No. 343401", metal housing with brass lens by Watson & Sons, for wood-framed slides. With 14 mixed magic lantern slides: 6 x Carpenter & Westley London

Lot: 668 - Magic Lantern by Plank, c. 1880-90

Magic Lantern by Plank, c. 1880-90 Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. Barrel-shaped, black-lacquered with ornamental gilt rings, for slides with height of 2 1/3 in., original lens and original chimney, with burner, height of the lantern 12 ½ in., mounted

Lot: 669 - 4 Magic Lanterns, c. 1880-1900

4 Magic Lanterns, c. 1880-1900 1) Jean Schoenner, Nuremberg. Blue vertical metal body, with gilt ornamental rings, for slides with height of 1 ¾ in. (4,5 cm), lens and chimney original, on wood board, height 10 1/5 in. (3/2-3) - 2)

Lot: 670 - 5 Chromatropes of 4 x 7 in., c. 1880

5 Chromatropes of 4 x 7 in., c. 1880 Presumably England. Part hand-colored. 2 chroma tropes with minor damage. 5 Chromatrope 10 x 18 cm, um 1880 Vermutlich alle englischer Herkunft. Teils handausgemalt. 2 Chromatrope mit leichter

Lot: 671 - 3 Mechanical Magic Lantern Slides of Monkeys

3 Mechanical Magic Lantern Slides of Monkeys Teak frame of 4 x 7 in. (10 x 18 cm), single slipping slide, marked "Milliken & Lawley London". 2 single lever slides, unmarked. - All slides hand-colored. Attractive series! 3 mechanische

Lot: 672 - 4 Magic Lanterns

4 Magic Lanterns 1) Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. Magic lantern, c. 1890, spherical brass body on wood base, for 1 ½ in. slides, height 11 in., with box and 12 glass strips. (3-/3) - 2) Lapierre, France. "Medaillon", c. 1880, for 2 1/5 in. slides,

Lot: 673 - Kinematador No. 788, c. 1900

Kinematador No. 788, c. 1900 Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. Magic lantern with crank drive and 1 round disc (Ø 5 ½ in.), red-lacquered tinplate, wooden base plate, height 15 3/4 in., unrestored original condition, with original box. - Rare magic

Lot: 674 - Approx. 35 Hand-Colored French Panoramic Magic

Approx. 35 Hand-Colored French Panoramic Magic Lantern Slides, c. 1870-80 15 lantern slides in wood frames, 4 1/3 x 15 ¾ in. and 4 ¾ x 14 ½ in.; 20 glass panoramic slides of 3 1/6 x 11 ¾ in., probably Lapierre. All slides

Lot: 675 - 3 Magic Lanterns by Plank and Carette

3 Magic Lanterns by Plank and Carette 1) Georges Carette, Nuremberg. Magic lantern for slides with height of 2 in., tin body, lens not original, with chimney and wood box. - And: 2) Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. Magic lantern, c. 1900, for slides with

Lot: 676 - 5 Rare Double Magic Lantern Slides, c. 1820-50

5 Rare Double Magic Lantern Slides, c. 1820-50 Presumably France. Frame size 6 ¼ x 3 4/5 in., dark-stained wood, picture size Ø 2 1/3 in., hand-painted images of animals, including now extinct species. - Extremely rare slides! 5

Lot: 677 - 2 Magic Lanterns by Plank

2 Magic Lanterns by Plank Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. 1) "Gloria", c. 1900, with burner/chimney unit, original condition, unrestored, height 13 3/4 in. - Literature: Hrabalek, no. 108a. - And: 2) "Square shaped lantern", c. 1890, height 11 3/4 in.,

Lot: 678 - Approx. 100 Magic Lantern Strips (Height 2 in.),

Approx. 100 Magic Lantern Strips (Height 2 in.), c. 1850-1900 Predominantly England and France. Panoramic slides and strips, depicting comical scenes, fairy tales and more. 6 series with boxes (not all complete), a few damaged. Ca. 100

Lot: 679 - Carrée Magic Lantern by Lapierre, c. 1865-70

"Carrée" Magic Lantern by Lapierre, c. 1865-70 Auguste Lapierre, Paris. Small magic lantern, sheet copper, for lantern slides of 1 ½ in., height of the "Carrée" 9 in. - This model was offered by two manufacturers, Aubert and

Lot: 680 - Figural Porcelain "Lanternist", c. 1880

Figural Porcelain "Lanternist", c. 1880 Edmé Samson, Paris. Height of the porcelain figure 6 ¼ in. - Excellent copy of a Meissen figure. Porzellanfigur "Laterna Magica"-Träger, um 1880 Edmé Samson, Paris. Höhe der

Lot: 681 - 9 Magic Lantern Chromatropes, 1870-90

9 Magic Lantern Chromatropes, 1870-90 Various sizes and techniques. Wooden frames 1 ½ x 4 1/3 in., 2 x 4 1/3 in., 2 3/4 x 5 ½ in., 2 1/3 x 6 3/4 in., 3 1/6 x 7 ½ in. Prints and hand-colored chromatropes. All working well. 9

Lot: 682 - 3 Sciopticons, c. 1900-10

3 Sciopticons, c. 1900-10 Various manufacturers. "Ganz & Co.", "Deutsche Kinomatographen Werke" and "Ernemann". All in need of cleaning, 2 x with electrical illumination, 1 x with slider. 3 x Skioptikon, um 1900-10 Verschiedene

Lot: 683 - Magic Lantern Slides "Animals" and "Military"

Magic Lantern Slides "Animals" and "Military" 1) 12 magic lantern slides "birds, land and sea animals", c. 1850. Attractive hand-painted lantern slides in excellent condition, size 2 1/3 x 8 ½ in., wood-framed, in wood box. (2/2) - And: 2)

Lot: 684 - Lot of Magic Lantern Parts

Lot of Magic Lantern Parts 11 lenses, 5 sliders, spirit illuminant, magic lantern viewer. Lot Laterna Magica Ersatzteile Bestehend aus: 11 Objektiven, 5 Bildschiebern, Benzinbrenner, Laternenbildbetrachter. Start Price: EUR 20

Lot: 685 - German Magic Lantern Slides

German Magic Lantern Slides Manufacturers: Josef Falk, Nürnberg - Gebrüder Bing, Nürnberg. - Ernst Plank, Nürnberg. Approx. 183 magic lantern strips, sizes between 1 2/5 x 4 1/3 and 2 1/3 x 7 4/5 in., predominantly fairy tales,

Lot: 686 - Approx. 40 Magic Lantern Slides

Approx. 40 Magic Lantern Slides Predominantly with wood frames, various manufacturers, size mostly 4 x 7 in., mixed painted, printed and black-and-white, many slides restored. - Worth a look! Ca. 40 Laternenbilder Überwiegend mit

Lot: 687 - Bi-Unial Magic Lantern

Bi-Unial Magic Lantern Unmarked, some parts replaced or repaired. For spares or restoration. Doppelstöckige Laterna Magica Unbezeichnet. Einige Teile ergänzt bzw. repariert, Ersatzteilspender. Start Price: EUR 80

Lot: 688 - 4 Magic Lanterns by Bing

4 Magic Lanterns by Bing Gebrüder Bing, Nuremburg. 1) Magic lantern "Faust", c. 1890, for glass slides with height of 3 1/6 in., complete with lens and chimney, height 12 ½ in. - 2) Magic lantern "Scio", c. 1912, for glass slides with

Lot: 689 - Magic Lantern Animal Slides, c. 1880-1900

Magic Lantern Animal Slides, c. 1880-1900 Approx. 30 magic lantern slides, comprising: 12 single lever slides of 4 x 7 ½ in., 5 wood-framed slides of 4 1/3 x 7 ½ in., 13 magic lantern strips with wood frames, 3 ½ x 14 ½ and 3

Lot: 690 - Rare Viewer for Magic Lantern Slides 3 1/6 x 3 1/6

Rare Viewer for Magic Lantern Slides 3 1/6 x 3 1/6 in., 1893 William T. Tylar, Birmingham. Viewer with lens in brass mount, bellows for focusing, mirror, 2 opal screens. Bildbetrachter für Laternenbilder 8 x 8 cm, 1893 William T. Tylar,

Lot: 691 - 6 Chromatropes 4 1/3 x 7 4/5 in., c. 1880

6 Chromatropes 4 1/3 x 7 4/5 in., c. 1880 Presumably England. Part hand-colored, in good to excellent working condition, one cracked. 6 Chromatrope 11 x 20 cm, um 1880 Vermutlich alle englischer Herkunft. Teils handausgemalt. Mechanik

Lot: 692 - Pair of Bronze Lanternist Figures, Mid-19th

Pair of Bronze Lanternist Figures, Mid-19th Century Depicting a Savoyard showman with monkey and drum, a magic lantern outfit upon his back and a female musician with tambourine, on circular bases, height tallest 10 ¼ in. (26 cm),

Lot: 693 - Magic Lantern Projector, 1905

Magic Lantern Projector, 1905 Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. For 35mm film and magic lantern slides with height of 1 ½ in., tin body, green, brown and dark-brown lacquered finish, original lens and original chimney, height 16 1/6 in.

Lot: 694 - 3 Magic Lanterns

3 Magic Lanterns 1) Georges Carette, Nürnberg. Tin body, rectangular, on wood board, for slides with height of 2 1/5 in., with burner, height of the lantern 12 ½ in. - 2) Lapierre, France. "Carrée", for slides with height of

Lot: 695 - 4 Magic Lanterns by Plank, Bing and Carette

4 Magic Lanterns by Plank, Bing and Carette 1) Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. Magic lantern, c. 1915, for lantern slides with height of 1 ½ in., complete with lens and chimney, height 14 1/5 in. - 2-3) Gebrüder Bing, Nuremberg. 2 x magic lantern

Lot: 696 - Lot of Assorted Magic Lantern Slides

Lot of Assorted Magic Lantern Slides Approx. 56 magic lantern slides and strips, sizes between 2 x 4 1/3 in. and predominantly 2 ¾ x 7 4/5 in. and 3 ½ x 14 1/5 in. Some with French inscriptions. - Worth a look! Lot Laternenbilder

Lot: 697 - Lot of Magic Lantern Slides

Lot of Magic Lantern Slides Approx. 35 glass slides in various sizes, some wood-framed, several cracked or slightly damages. - In addition: Small wood box with interchangeable chromatropic discs. Lot Laterna-Magica-Bilder Ca. 35

Lot: 698 - Large Lot of Magic Lantern Slides 8 x 8 cm

Large Lot of Magic Lantern Slides 8 x 8 cm Approx. 500 slides, in color and black-and-white, various topics, including some complete series in boxes, not checked for damage or completeness. Not all slides pictured. In 4 large boxes. - Worth a look!

Lot: 699 - Magic Lantern Slides of 8 x 8 cm "Bible" and

Magic Lantern Slides of 8 x 8 cm "Bible" and "Jesus", c. 1890-1910 Over 200 lantern slides, predominantly prints, in 3 original wood boxes. - In addition: Several scripts and text books, c. 1900, and 3 wood-framed slides of 4 x 7 in.

Lot: 700 - Magic Lantern by Plank (Luxury Version), c. 1900

Magic Lantern by Plank (Luxury Version), c. 1900 Ernst Plank, Nuremberg. Tin housing, brown lacquer with gilt-transfer decoration, front and glass-holder with semi-transparent blue lacquer, original lens, for lantern slides with height of 2 in.,

Lot: 701 - Magic Lantern Slides (Various Sizes)

Magic Lantern Slides (Various Sizes) 1) 12 magic lantern strips, wood-framed 2 1/3 x 8 ¾ in., predominantly comical figures, c. 1870, hand-painted, 2 others slides of 2 1/3 x 8 ¾ in., cracked and without wood frame. - 2) 4 magic lantern

Lot: 702 - Approx. 205 Magic Lantern Strip Slides (Height 2

Approx. 205 Magic Lantern Strip Slides (Height 2 1/3 in.) Glass slides with length of 7 4/5 in. to 10 5/8 in., from various countries and with different motifs (comics, caricatures, fairy tales, animals, countries, towns and other subjects),

Lot: 703 - French Magic Lantern Slides, c 1880

French Magic Lantern Slides, c 1880 6 wood boxes containing a total of 69 panoramic glass slides, size approx. 1 ½ x 7 ½ in., titled: "Touche a toak", "le Cirque", "Gulliver", "Mere Biquettes" and 2 slides without titles.

Lot: 704 - Lot Magic Lantern Slides

Lot Magic Lantern Slides 1) Wood-framed slides "Cinderella", c. 1870-80, 12 slides of 4 x 7 in., some with label of "T.J. Middleton's", prints, hand-colored. - In addition: 9 lantern slides, wood-framed, 4 x 7 in., fairy tales, prints, colored, c.

Lot: 705 - 3 Magic Lanterns

3 Magic Lanterns 1) Ernst Plank, Nürnberg. "Standard", 1902, small tin magic lantern, for slides with height of 1 ¾ in., height of the lantern 11 2/5 in., electrification, with box. (3+/-) - 2) Gebrüder Bing, Nürnberg. Magic

Lot: 706 - Schoenner Magic Lantern, 1880

Schoenner Magic Lantern, 1880 Jean Schoenner, Nuremberg. Spherical polished brass housing, brass lens, cast lens standard in the form of a man, early version, for lantern slides with height of 2 1/3 in., housing on original burner, wood

Lot: 707 - Lampascope Carrée by Lapierre, c. 1870

"Lampascope Carrée" by Lapierre, c. 1870 Frères Lapierres, Paris. Metal body with original red-gold-green polychrome lacquer, for 2 in. lantern slides. With original lens, lens cap and chimney. - An especially attractive design!

Lot: 708 - Polyopticon and "Megascop"

"Polyopticon" and "Megascop" 1) Plank, Nuremberg. Polyopticon, c. 1914, magic lantern for slides with height of 1 ½ in. and for postcards, with lens and chimney, height 16 1/6 in. (3+/2) - And: 2) Gebrüder Bing, Nuremberg. Megascop, c.

Lot: 709 - Bi-Unial Magic Lantern by W. Watson & Sons, c.

Bi-Unial Magic Lantern by W. Watson & Sons, c. 1890 London. Mahogany body with lacquered-brass fittings, brass-bound lenses with rack-and-pinion focusing, condensers and sprung slide-holders, lens board engraved "W. Watson & Sons, 33 High

Lot: 710 - Bob II Ernemann Sciopticon, c. 1907

"Bob II" Ernemann Sciopticon, c. 1907 Ernemann, Dresden. With wood slider for 8,5 cm images and other formats, complete with carbon arc projection lamp, electric illumination, achromatic double lens with 180 mm focal length and transport box. - In

Lot: 711 - Magic Lantern Accessories

Magic Lantern Accessories Black-lacquered petroleum reading lamp, c. 1900, height approx. 11 ¾ in. - In addition: 2 petroleum lamps, 1 porcelain and 1 brass, for different purposes, height each 11 ¾ in. Laternen-Zubehör

Lot: 712 - 10 Optical Bookplates, c. 1860

10 Optical Bookplates, c. 1860 9 French plates 16 1/6 x 10 1/5 in., depicting the microscope, magic lantern, light refraction and calculations of light. - And: 1 English plate depicting optics and the magic lantern, 7 4/5 x 9 7/8 in. 10

Lot: 713 - Mixed Lot of Magic Lantern Slides

Mixed Lot of Magic Lantern Slides Approx. 34 wood-framed lantern slides, 16 slides of 4 x 6 ¼ in., 3 single rackwork slides of 2 x 4 1/3 in., 2 x 5 in. and 4 x 6 ¼ in., 13 slipping slides of 2 x 6 in. and 4 x 7 in. as well as 2

Lot: 714 - Large Hand-Painted Magic Lantern Slides and

Large Hand-Painted Magic Lantern Slides and Dissolving Slides 1) 6 hand-painted lantern slices, c. 1850-70, wood-framed, sizes: 5 frames of 4 ¾ x 7 4/5 in. and 1 frame of 5 ½ x 8 ¼ in., picture size 4 x 4 1/3 in. and Ø 4 1/3 in.

Lot: 715 - Engine House Magic Lantern by Georges Carette, c.

"Engine House" Magic Lantern by Georges Carette, c. 1890 Georges Carette, Nuremberg. Very rare hexangular version of the "factory" by Carette, lithographed tin body (worn), for lantern slides with height of 2 1/3 in., without rotary disk for magic

Lot: 716 - Approx. 520 Magic Lantern Slides

Approx. 520 Magic Lantern Slides 1) Approx. 145 strip slides with height of 1 1/5 in., length of 4 in. up to 5 1/5 in. - 2) Approx. 184 strip slides with height of 2 in., length of 6 ½ up to 7 4/5 in. - And: 3) Approx. 192 strip slides with

Lot: 717 - 3 Magic Lanterns

3 Magic Lanterns 1) Johann Falk, Nürnberg. Tin body with paw feet, c. 1900, for slides with height of 2 1/3 in., height of the lantern 14 1/5 in., excellent condition. (2/2) - 2) Max Dannhorn, Nürnberg. Red-lacquered vertical form, with

Lot: 718 - Porcelain Figure of a Magic Lanternist by Meissen,

Porcelain Figure of a Magic Lanternist by Meissen, c. 1900 Savoyard with magic lantern on his back and a hand organ, resting on a tree trunk, height 5 2/3 in. From series "Cris de Paris", marked: fired-in blue Meissen swords, first choice, and

Lot: 719 - 2 Postcard Projectors

2 Postcard Projectors 1) Ernemann, Dresden. "Megaskop", c. 1918, with square wooden frame for postcards of 9 x 13 cm, for electric illumination, height 13 in., without cable. - And: 2) H.C. White, USA. "Radioptican", c. 1920, serial no. 421, for

Lot: 720 - Mirroscope and "Radio Junior"

"Mirroscope" and "Radio Junior" 1) The Buckeye Stereopticon Company, Cleveland. "Mirroscope", c. 1910, postcard projector for cards with size of 8,5 x 14 cm, tin body, one chimney skewed. (3-/4) - And: 2) C.H. White & Co., Vermont, USA. "Radio

Lot: 721 - Approx. 600 Magic Lantern Slides (3 1/6 x 3 1/6

Approx. 600 Magic Lantern Slides (3 1/6 x 3 1/6 in.), c. 1900 Wooden cabinet, 19 x 11 x 24 in. (width x depth x height), with 18 drawers, partly filled with lantern slides of cities, statues, animal fables, animals, portraits and the navy. - In

Lot: 722 - 2 Single Rackwork Slides of Sailing Ships, c. 1880

2 Single Rackwork Slides of Sailing Ships, c. 1880 1) Marked "Makoletto". Wood frame 5 x 8 ½ in., nocturnal harbor scene with ship, picture size Ø 3 ½ in., very solid crank mechanism. (2/2) - And: 2) Wood frame 4 ½ x 7 in., 2

Lot: 723 - 2 Magic Lanterns by Carette and Dannhorn

2 Magic Lanterns by Carette and Dannhorn 1) Georges Carette, Nürnberg. Tin magic lantern with paw feet, original Duplex burner with chamber, for slides with height of 2 in., height of the lantern 20 in., excellent condition! (1-/1-) - And: 2)

Lot: 724 - Elegant Enlarger by A. Adams Co., London, c. 1910

Elegant Enlarger by A. Adams Co., London, c. 1910 A. Adams, London. Polished wood housing with brass fittings and copper top, for negatives and plates with size 24 x 36 mm up to 10 x 15 cm, electrical lighting, lens "Cooke Aviar Anastigmat 6,3/4

Lot: 725 - Magic Lantern "Biscuit Tin", c. 1900

Magic Lantern "Biscuit Tin", c. 1900 Thüringer Blech-Industrie-Werke, Erfurt. Chromolithographed tin body decorated on the sides with scenes of a family Christmas, tree, toys and a group of children projecting an image of Santa Claus using the

Lot: 726 - Postcard and Photo Projector, c. 1920

Postcard and Photo Projector, c. 1920 Probably by E. Plank, Nuremberg. Black-lacquered metal body, electric operation with 2 bulbs, for picture size of up to 9 x 13 cm (3 ½ x 5 in.) Postkarten- und Bildprojektor, um 1920 Vermutlich E.

Lot: 727 - Approx. 153 Magic Lantern Strip Slides

Approx. 153 Magic Lantern Strip Slides Glass slides of 2 in. height and 6 ¼ in. to 8 ¼ in. length, some slides by Rose Nuremberg, others predominantly from France and England. Motifs: Comic scenes, fairy tales, landscapes and military

Lot: 728 - Lampadaphore Boule by Lapierre, c. 1880

"Lampadaphore Boule" by Lapierre, c. 1880 Frères Lapierre, Paris. Nickel-plated housing, for petroleum lamp, height 15 ½ in., for 2 ½ in. slides. Sides with lion's head handles. "Lampadaphore Boule" von Lapierre, um 1880

Lot: 729 - Bush-Type Kaleidoscope, c. 1875

Bush-Type Kaleidoscope, c. 1875 Unmarked, presumably Bush. Table kaleidoscope with leather-covered tube, brass fittings, small liquid-filled colored glass tubes and turned wood stand, height 11 ¾ in. - A superb collector's item!

Lot: 730 - Perspective View (Diorama) "Panorama de la Prise

Perspective View (Diorama) "Panorama de la Prise de Puebla", c. 1850 Hagenthal, Pont-à-Mousson. One spyhole, 5 sections, size 5 ½ x 7 ½ in., hand-colored lithograph, with paper label on verso, length approx. 17 in.

Lot: 731 - Perspective View (Diorama) "Panorama de La

Perspective View (Diorama) "Panorama de La Fête du Village", c. 1850 Manufacturer: "Typographie, Lithographie, Imagerie Hagenthal, Editeur Pont-à-Mousson (Meurthe)". One large spyhole (Ø 1 ¾ in.), 5 sections, size 7 ½ x 5

Lot: 732 - Perspective View (Diorama)"The Vendome Place", c.

Perspective View (Diorama)"The Vendome Place", c. 1835 Presumably German manufacturer. 3 spyholes, 5 sections, size 7 4/5 x 5 3/4 in., length approx. 17 ¾ in., hand-colored lithograph. Printed on front: "Der Vendome Platz in Paris",

Lot: 733 - Perspective View (Diorama): Castle, c. 1850

Perspective View (Diorama): Castle, c. 1850 Presumably France. 3 spyholes, 5 sections, size 5 x 7 in., length approx. 15 ¾ in., hand-colored lithograph. Castle and park with figures and lateral castle gaits. - Dreamlike scenes!

Lot: 734 - 4 Transparencies (Lithographs)

4 Transparencies (Lithographs) Lithographs. 3 transparencies of 7 x 9 ½ in. (external dimension 10 1/5 x 13 in.), c. 1850-70, fairy-tale subjects, colored, and one transparency of 5 x 8 ¼ in. (external dimension 9 x 11 3/4 in.), at the

Lot: 735 - 6 Day-and-Night Vues d’Optique, c. 1850

6 Day-and-Night Vues d’Optique, c. 1850 Original hand-colored copperplates, various artists and producers, size approx 16 ½ x 12 ¼ in., with pin-prick and cut-out light effects, some reverse-lined with colored tissue paper. Titles:

Lot: 736 - 9 Vues d'Optique, c. 1800-50

9 Vues d'Optique, c. 1800-50 Various sizes between 26 x 37 cm and 34 x 52 cm. Original hand-colored copperplates. 1) Le Palais du Prince Schwarzenberg aux environs de Vienne, en Autriche. - 2) Ruine de Palmire. - 3) Le Palais et la Grande Place de

Lot: 737 - 6 "Day and Night" Vues d'Optique, c. 1800

6 "Day and Night" Vues d'Optique, c. 1800 Hand-colored copperplates, with pin-prick and cut-out light effects. Size approx. 16 ½ x 11 in. - 1) La Rochelle (port). - 2) Rotterdam (plate 179). - 3) Breslau (plate 260). - 4) Vienna, castle in the

Lot: 738 - 11 Vues d'Optique, c. 1800-50

11 Vues d'Optique, c. 1800-50 Various sizes (23 x 40 cm up to 31 x 50 cm), 4 pictures on cardboard, 3 pictures on passe-partout borders. 1) Vue Perspective du Couvent Garden. - 2) Vue et perspective du Hout dais ou Tmône Roy1e. - 3) Palais du

Lot: 739 - 5 "Day and Night" Vues d'Optique, 1800-50

5 "Day and Night" Vues d'Optique, 1800-50 Hand-colored copperplates, with pin-prick and cut-out light effects, reverse with colored tissue paper. Sizes: 20 x 30 to 28 x 40 cm. 1) Vue de la Place près du Château Imperial de Nuremberg. - 2)

Lot: 740 - Le Praxinoscope-Théâtre d'Émile

"Le Praxinoscope-Théâtre d'Émile Reynaud, Paris", 1878 onwards With 8 ½-inch (22 cm) diameter lacquered metal drum, mirrors, candle-holder, original shade and labels, in mahogany case with viewing window and card proscenium, wd.

Lot: 741 - 7 Original Erotic Lithophanes, c. 1850

7 Original Erotic Lithophanes, c. 1850 5 lithophanes of 42 x 53 mm (1 2/3 x 2 1/10 in.) and 2 lithophanes of 45 x 56 mm (1 ¾ x 2 1/5 in.) - Very rare, in good condition. 7 erotische Original-Lithophanien, um 1850 In 2 Größen,

Lot: 742 - Large Peep Show Box, c. 1850

Large Peep Show Box, c. 1850 Presumably French. Tapering wood box with red paper covering, overall length 24 4/5 in., lens in wood mount (Ø 2 ¾ in.). With one day-and-night copperplate with ground glass and wood frame of 8 ¾ x 8

Lot: 743 - Zoetrope, c. 1900

Zoetrope, c. 1900 Cardboard drum, Ø 10 5/8 in., on turned ebonized wood base. With 10 paper strips, 4 x 35 ½ in. Zootrope, um 1900 Trommel aus Kartonage, Ø 27 cm, auf schwarzem Holzsockel. Mit 10 Papierstreifen im Format 10 x

Lot: 744 - Early Zograscope, c. 1800

Early Zograscope, c. 1800 W. & S. Jones, 30 Holborn, London. Polished wood, height 24 in., lens diameter 4 in., mirror slightly tarnished. - Classic and popular collector's item and exhibition piece in the history of optical effects and

Lot: 745 - 5 Sheets of Pictures, c. 1900

5 Sheets of Pictures, c. 1900 France. Size 12 ½ x 18 ½ in. Titled: 1) Un Voyage à Bade. - 2) Histoire de Gustave le Touche-a-tout. - 3-4) La Laterne Magique. - And: 5) Traits pour Traits. 5 Bilderbögen, um 1900

Lot: 746 - Shadow Theater Paper Sheets

Shadow Theater Paper Sheets 8 sheets of 13 x 16 1/6 in. and one of 17 x 22 in.: Animals, soldiers, cavaliers, coaches, figures, ships and more, Phoenix Papieren Theater, 1982. - And: 3 background scenes: Ombres Chinoises and Tableaux Lumineux

Lot: 747 - Ombro-Cinema and "Ombres Chinoises", 1900-15

"Ombro-Cinema" and "Ombres Chinoises", 1900-15 1) "Ombro-Cinema", Saussine Editeur Paris, c. 1915. Optical viewer for moving sequences, activated by a small musical movement (spring defective), with rewind spool and card box, size 3 1/3 x 17 ¾

Lot: 748 - 5 Stanhopes

5 Stanhopes 1) Mechanical pencil, with 3 German views, length 4 1/3 in. - 2) Paper knife with 2 French views, length 7 ½ in. - 3) Mechanical pencil, with 6 French views, length 4 ¾ in. - 4) Paper knife, "Erinnerungen an Wildbad", length 8

Lot: 749 - 4 Stanhopes

4 Stanhopes 1) Stanhope in tape measure, length 4 1/5 in., without lens. - And: 2-4) 3 Stanhopes in form of umbrellas, sizes: 4 1/5 in., 4 1/3 in. and 5 ½ in. 4 Stanhopes 1) Stanhope mit Bandmaß, Länge 10,5 cm, Linse

Lot: 750 - Church-Form Kaleidoscope, c. 1910-20

Church-Form Kaleidoscope, c. 1910-20 Unmarked. With rotating object slider on base, gear drive with three colors, double door for light incidence, kaleidoscope viewing through chimney, hand-painted, roof removable, height 15 ¾ in. - Very rare

Lot: 751 - Table Kaleidoscope, c. 1900

Table Kaleidoscope, c. 1900 Unmarked. Bakelite body (or a similar material), transparent finish, on turned wood stand, with small colored glass pieces, brass lens ring, 2 black-lacquered rings with expansion splits, total height 11 ¾ in.

Lot: 752 - Brewster-Type Kaleidoscope, c. 1870

Brewster-Type Kaleidoscope, c. 1870 Unmarked. Metal tube (hammered finish), aluminum front, on turned wood stand (10 in.), 2 internal mirrors, with small colored glass pieces, total height 11 ¾ in. - Literature: ACR 557 and Jones,

Lot: 753 - Feux Pyriques Chinois and "Ombres Chinoises"

"Feux Pyriques Chinois" and "Ombres Chinoises" 1) "Feux Pyriques Chinois" (Chinese fireworks), "Seraphin des Enfants", c. 1880, Matenet Edit. Paris - Lith. H. Jannin, R. des Bernandins 11 Paris. With hand-turned bi-colored spool, 3 hand-colored

Lot: 754 - Peep Show Box by Harald Hansen, c. 1994

Peep Show Box by Harald Hansen, c. 1994 Harald Hansen, Mönchengladbach, Germany. Graphic artist and designer. Wooden peep show box with diverse sections, electrical lighting. Size of the box 21 x 7 ½ x 7 in. - Individual construction!

Lot: 755 - Peep Show Box by Harald Hansen, c. 1994

Peep Show Box by Harald Hansen, c. 1994 Harald Hansen, Mönchengladbach, Germany. Graphic artist and designer. Wooden peep show box with diverse sections, electrical lighting. Size of the box 21 x 7 ½ x 7 in. - Individual construction!

Lot: 756 - Le "Cyclope Décorateur" Kaleidoscope, c. 1946

Le "Cyclope Décorateur" Kaleidoscope, c. 1946 French hand-held kaleidoscope with separate box filled with numerous miniature colored items to fill by hand, in outer case, with French instruction manual. - Early post-war toy. Le "Cyclope"

Lot: 757 - Théâtre des Ombres Chinoises

"Théâtre des Ombres Chinoises Animées", c. 1870 France. Part of a shadow theater, paper-covered wood box, size 14 x 8 ¾ x 10 5/8 in., printed proscenium, landscape scenery, 10 5/8 x 14 ½ in., mounted on 2 reels (without

Lot: 758 - Replica Camera Obscura, 1981

Replica Camera Obscura, 1981 Presumably cherry wood, cap inside stamped "J.H. 1981", focusing lens (with cap), ground-glass 4 1/3 x 4 1/3 in., camera size 8 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 10 in. (open). - Decorative camera obscura! Camera Obscura

Lot: 759 - Polyorama Panoptique, c. 1850

Polyorama Panoptique, c. 1850 French viewer, small version for 4 x 6 in., day-and-night pictures, with 1 2/5 in. simple lens. Polyorama Panoptique, um 1850 Französisches Bildbetrachtungsgerät, kleine Version für Tag- und

Lot: 760 - Objet d’Art "Camera Obscura" by Harald

Objet d’Art "Camera Obscura" by Harald Hansen, c. 1980 Harald Hansen, Mönchengladbach, Germany. Artist, graphic designer and photographer. Wooden frame 28 ¾ x 27 ½ in. - Individual construction! Kunstobjekt "Camera

Lot: 761 - 2 "Shadow Play" Illustrations

2 "Shadow Play" Illustrations 1) Copperplate engraving (Rabbit on the Wall), c. 1880, 7 4/5 x 6 ¾ in, with passe-partout. (2+/-) - And: 2) Print of a devil in the flames, England, 1905, 12 ½ x 9 ½ in. (2/-) 2 Graphiken

Lot: 762 - Chinese Trays and Journal Holders with Peep Show

Chinese Trays and Journal Holders with Peep Show Motifs 1) Trays, size 10 x 7 ½ in. - 2) Tray, size 8 ½ x 6 ½ in. - 3) Journal holder, size 11 3/4 x 9 in. - And: 4) Journal holder, size 15 x 11 3/4 in. - Laminated plywood,

Lot: 763 - Zootrop (Zoetrope) by SALA Berlin, c. 1900

"Zootrop" (Zoetrope) by SALA Berlin, c. 1900 SALA Luxuspapierfabrik, Berlin. Zoetrope with decorative case cover motif, drum Ø 11 in., wood base, with 10 double-sided strips 34 ¼ x 2 in., height of the "Zoo trop": 9 in. - Very rare and in

Lot: 764 - Large Lot of Optical Illusions, 1960-90

Large Lot of Optical Illusions, 1960-90 Over 100 "optical illusions" including: "Myriorama", "Petits Metamorphoses", pack of cards, pull-push postcards, spinning tops, 3-D cards and many more. - Worth a look! Großes Lot optischer

Lot: 765 - 2 Magic Mirrors

2 Magic Mirrors Japan. Metal mirrors, Ø 9 ½ in. and Ø 6 in., large with Japanese characters, mirror with decoration of cranes on the river bank, small mirror with riverback decoration. - Intriguing optical illusions. 2 x Magic

Lot: 766 - 2 Engravings on Palm Leaves

2 Engravings on Palm Leaves 1-2) India. Size 13 ¼ x 11 ¾ in. and 31 ½ x 7 in. With rotating medallions depicting erotic dance motifs. 2 Palmblatt-Gravuren 1) Indien. Format 33,3 x 30 cm. Auf Palmblätter geätzte oder

Lot: 767 - Modern Praxinoscope

Modern Praxinoscope Wilesco, Lüdenscheid, Germany. Steam engine D106 and praxinoscope, mounted on wood board. - Like new! Modernes Praxinoskop Wilesco, Lüdenscheid. Set bestehend aus Dampfmaschine D106 und Praxinoskop, beides auf

Lot: 768 - 4 Tabula-Stritta Pictures (Triscenorama =

4 Tabula-Stritta Pictures (Triscenorama = Three-Way Picture) Various sizes and religious motifs. Sizes: one picture 5 x 7 in., 2 pictures 8 ¼ x 10 5/8 in. and one picture 11 ¾ x 14 ½ in. 4 Tabula-Stritta-Bilder Triscenorama =

Lot: 769 - 2 Tabula-Stritta Pictures (Triscenorama =

2 Tabula-Stritta Pictures (Triscenorama = Three-Way Picture) 1) Picture of the virgin Mary and Jesus, publisher "V.A. Tomaselli, Wien, Hohenmarkt 549". "Werosta lith.", size 12 ½ x 18 ¼ in., c. 1880-1900, wood frame. (3/-) - And: 2)

Lot: 770 - 5 Shadow Puppets

5 Shadow Puppets Turkey. 4 shadow puppets, leather, hand-colored, "Karagheuz" and "Hadjivat", sizes: 2 x 11 in. and 2 x 6 in. - And: 1 shadow puppet from China with sticks, height 18 ¼ in. 5 Schattenspielfiguren Türkei. 4 aus Leder

Lot: 771 - Peep-Show Scenery by KPM, Porcelain

Peep-Show Scenery by KPM, Porcelain Königliche Porzellanmanufaktur, Berlin. Peep-show scenery after François Boucher (1703-70), marked: blue scepter trademark under the gloss, "L140/411", no cracks, top of the peep-show box minimally

Lot: 772 - Les Images Vivantes Zoetrope, c. 1860-70

"Les Images Vivantes" Zoetrope, c. 1860-70 Wheel-of-life. Card drum with wood base, drum Ø 8 ¾ in., height 11 ¾ in. With original drum cover, labeled: "Les Images Vivantes - Petits Tableaux Animés". - In addition:

Lot: 773 - Eumig Movie Units, c. 1955

Eumig Movie Units, c. 1955 Eumig, Vienna, Austria. Eumig C16, for 16mm film on 30m daylight spools, lens: Eumigar 1,9/25 mm, viewfinder with coupled light meter, working! Clockwork drive 16-64 p/s. Working! - In addition: Eumig 8mm camera and Eumig

Lot: 774 - Arriflex 16 St, c. 1965

Arriflex 16 St, c. 1965 Arnold & Richter, Munich. 16mm mirror reflex movie camera, for 30m daylight spools and 120m cassettes; three-lens turret with: Schneider Cinegon 1:1,9/11,5 mm, Xenon 1:1,5/25 mm and Xenon 1:2/50 mm lenses, driven by

Lot: 775 - 3 Agfa Movie Cameras, 1930-60

3 Agfa Movie Cameras, 1930-60 1) Agfa Movex 12, for 16mm film. - 2) Agfa Movex 8, for 8mm film. - And: 3) Agfa Movex Automatic, for 2x8mm daylight spool. - In addition: 4 cassettes for Movex 8. - All cameras untested. 3 Schmalfilmkameras von

Lot: 776 - Ernemann "Aufnahme-Kino Mod. C II", c. 1916

Ernemann "Aufnahme-Kino Mod. C II", c. 1916 Ernemann, Dresden. 35mm movie camera for 30 m film in sheet cassettes, Ernemann Ernon 3,5/50 mm in focusing lens mount, crank-operated, film counter 5-30 m, camera with copying slot, with 1

Lot: 777 - Kodak Movie Cameras, c. 1930

Kodak Movie Cameras, c. 1930 Kodak, USA. Kodak, USA. 1) Cine-Kodak B, for 16mm film on 30m daylight spools, lens: Kodak 1:1,9/25 mm, clockwork drive 16 p/s. - And: 2) Cine-Kodak "EIGHT", for 2x8mm film on daylight spool, lens: Kodak 1:3,5. - In

Lot: 778 - Bolex H16 RX, c. 1960

Bolex H16 RX, c. 1960 Paillard, Switzerland. Reflex camera for 16mm film on 30m daylight spools, clockwork drive 12-16 p/s. Lenses (C-mount): Kern Vario-Switar 1:2,5/18-86 mm. Switar 1:1,4/25 mm, Soligor 1:1,4/12,5 mm. Accessories: production lens

Lot: 779 - Three 16mm Movie Cameras, c. 1960

Three 16mm Movie Cameras, c. 1960 1) Victor, USA. Victor Ciné Camera, for 30m daylight spools, Wollensak fix-focus lens, clockwork drive 8-64 p/s. - 2) Meopta, CSSR. Admira Electric, for 30m daylight spools, lens: Meopta 1:1,8/20 mm, Newton

Lot: 780 - Arriflex 16 St Outift, c. 1965

Arriflex 16 St Outift, c. 1965 Arnold & Richter, Munich. For 16mm film on 30m daylight spools or 120m attachment cassette, three-lens turret with: Schneider 1,8/10 mm, 1,4/25 mm and 2/50 mm. Reflex viewfinder system, electric motor drive.

Lot: 781 - 2 Ladies' 16mm Movie Cameras

2 Ladies' 16mm Movie Cameras 1) Keystone, USA. Keystone Criterion Model 9A, c. 1955. 16mm movie camera for 30m daylight cassettes, clockwork drive, 10-64 p/s, changeable Wollensak 1:2,5 1 in. (C-mount) lens, Newton viewfinder. - And: 2) Bell &

Lot: 782 - 16mm Movie Cameras: Filmo and Victor

16mm Movie Cameras: Filmo and Victor 1-2) Bell & Howell, USA. 2 movie cameras "Filmo", c. 1935. Lens: Taylor-Hobson Cooke Cinema 3,5/1 in., 8/16 p/s, clockwork drive, with 1 key. - And: 3) Victor Animatograph Co., USA. "Victor Model 3", c.

Lot: 783 - 6 Movie Cameras, 1928-60

6 Movie Cameras, 1928-60 3 cameras for 16mm film (Kodak, Agfa) and 3 cameras for double-8 film (Kodak, Agfa). - Cameras not tested. 6 Schmalfilmkameras, 1928-60 3 Filmkameras für das 16mm-Format der Firmen Kodak und Agfa. 3 Filmkameras

Lot: 784 - Bolex H16 and H8, c. 1955

Bolex H16 and H8, c. 1955 Paillard, Switzerland. 1) Bolex H16, 16 mm movie camera on 30m daylight spools, lenses: Schneider 1:1,9/16 mm, 1:1,5/25 mm, 1:3,8/75 mm and rare Schneider Tele-Xenar 1:4,5/150 mm, clockwork drive. - And: 2) Bolex H8, four

Lot: 785 - Ica-Kinamo, c. 1924

Ica-Kinamo, c. 1924 Ica A.G., Dresden. 35mm movie camera for 15 m film in Ica cassettes, lens: Tessar 1:3,5/40 mm, Newton viewfinder and frame finder, spring-drive 16 p/s. With 3 Ica cassettes for 15 m film. - In addition: Krupp-Ernemann Kinox II,

Lot: 786 - Zeiss Ikon 16mm Equipment, c. 1930

Zeiss Ikon 16mm Equipment, c. 1930 Zeiss Ikon, Dresden. Kinamo S10, 16mm movie camera for 10 m film in cassette (not included), lens: Tessar 2,7/15 mm, Newton viewfinder, clockwork drive 16 p/s. (3/3) - In addition: Original 16mm Zeiss Ikon

Lot: 787 - Lot of Bolex Movie Cameras

Lot of Bolex Movie Cameras Paillard, Switzerland. Bolex H16, c. 1955, for 16mm film on 30m daylight spool, lenses: Kern 2,8/16 mm, 1,4/25 mm, 2,5/75 mm, clockwork drive 8-64 p/s. - In addition: Bolex H8, Bolex C8L with zoom, Bolex 155-Super with

Lot: 788 - 5 Pathé and Pathex Movie Cameras 9,5 mm

5 Pathé and Pathex Movie Cameras 9,5 mm All cameras untested. 5 Filmkameras Pathé und Pathex, Format 9,5 mm Alle Kameras ungeprüft. Start Price: EUR 80 Condition:(3/-)

Lot: 789 - Filmo Field Model 16mm Movie Camera, c. 1930

"Filmo Field Model" 16mm Movie Camera, c. 1930 Bell & Howell, USA. For 30 m film on daylight spools, fixed-focus lens 20 mm, Newton finder, clockwork drive. - Elegant camera with patterned leather covering, designed with sporting young women in

Lot: 790 - Filmo 70, c. 1930

Filmo 70, c. 1930 Bell & Howell, USA. For 16mm film on 30m daylight spools, lens: Taylor & Hobson 3,5/20 mm, clockwork drive 16 p/s. Elegant movie camera designed for ladies. - In addition: Four 8mm movie cameras of unusual design.

Lot: 791 - 2 Nizo Movie Cameras

2 Nizo Movie Cameras Nizoldi & Krämer, Munich. 1) Nizo Heliomatic 8 Trifo, 1959, for 2x8mm film on 7,5m daylight spools, lenses: Rodenstock 1:1,6/6,5 mm, 1:1,5/13 mm and 1:2,8/37,5 mm, turret slide. - And: 2) Nizo 8E, 1936, lens:

Lot: 792 - Le Parvo Modèle JK, c. 1922

Le Parvo Modèle JK, c. 1922 André Debrie, Paris. Body no. 3000. 35mm movie camera 120m film cassettes, lens: Astro Pan Tachar 1:1,8/75 mm, crank-drive and adjustable sector wheel. This camera has been slightly modified. Crank handle,

Lot: 793 - Siemens CII, c. 1938

Siemens CII, c. 1938 Siemens & Halske, Berlin. 16mm movie camera for 15 m film in Siemens cassette, 4 C-mount lenses: Schneider 1:1,5/25 mm, 1:2,3/50 mm, 1:3,8/75 mm and rare Tele-Xenar 1:4,5/150 mm, clockwork drive, 8-64 p/s. - In addition:

Lot: 794 - 9,5mm Movie Cameras, 1925-55

9,5mm Movie Cameras, 1925-55 2 "Pathé Baby" movie cameras, 1 "Pathé" movie camera, 1 "Ditmar" movie camera with cassette, 1 "Camex Auto" movie camera. - All cameras working. - In addition: Pathé movie projector with long-film spool,

Lot: 795 - Ariel Cinematographica Register "ACR"

Ariel Cinematographica Register "ACR" Deutsches Filmmuseum Frankfurt/Main. 4 ring binders and register volumes (no. 001 to no. 1120). - Sought-after publication on projection technology! "ACR" - Ariel Cinematographica Register Deutsches

Lot: 796 - Cine-Kodak Model A, c. 1924

Cine-Kodak Model A, c. 1924 Kodak, USA. 16mm movie camera for 30m daylight cassettes, crank-drive, Kodak Anastigmat 3,5/25 mm, focusing and diaphragm adjustments on back, viewfinder for inverted image on back, large footage counter. - A milestone

Lot: 797 - Lot of 8mm and 16 mm Movie Cameras, 1930-70

Lot of 8mm and 16 mm Movie Cameras, 1930-70 15 amateur movie cameras, including: Cine-Kodak Model B, Nizo 8D, Keystone A-9, Stewart Warner Buddy 8 Model 532-A, Cine-Kodak Model E, Cine Nizo 9 ½ Mod. F, Bolex C8 and more. Konvolut

Lot: 798 - Arriflex 35 IIc Motion Picture Camera, c. 1960

Arriflex 35 IIc Motion Picture Camera, c. 1960 Arnold & Richter, Munich. Reflex movie camera for 35mm film with 3 cassettes for 60 m/each, 3-lens turret, Schneider Xenon 1:2/28 mm, 1:2/50 mm and 1:2,8/75 mm lenses. - In addition:

Lot: 799 - 9 Bolex Double-8 Movie Cameras, 1955-65

9 Bolex Double-8 Movie Cameras, 1955-65 Paillard, Switzerland. 2 x 8 mm for 7,5m spools, with zooms or D-mount. Camera models: C8, C8SL, B8, B8L, S1, P4 and zoom reflex P1, P2, P3. With 5 original Bolex hand grips. - All cameras in very good

Lot: 800 - Lot of Ercsam Movie Cameras and other Models,

Lot of Ercsam Movie Cameras and other Models, 1950-60 Ercsam Camex 9,5 mm, Ercsam Camex Reflex 8, Pathé 9,5 Lido, Reinette 9,5. All cameras untested. Ercsam- und andere Schmalfilmkameras, 1950-60 Ercsam Camex 9,5 mm, Ercsam Camex Reflex

Lot: 801 - 14 Movie Cameras, 1923-50

14 Movie Cameras, 1923-50 10 movie cameras for 35mm, 16mm and 9,5mm film, including: Ica Kinamo, 2 rare cameras and cine projectors "Midas" and "CAMPRO", Siemens 16 mm, Kodak and more, clockwork drive (working). - In addition: Four 8mm movie

Lot: 802 - Arriflex IIB (Röntgen) Outfit, c. 1955

Arriflex IIB (Röntgen) Outfit, c. 1955 Arnold & Richter, Munich. Body no. B5180, reflex camera for 3 lenses in lens turret, with Zeiss Sonnar 1:2/85 mm, electric motor drive, 3 cassettes for 35mm film (1 x 120m cassette and 2 x 60m

Lot: 803 - Lot of 8mm Movie Cameras, c. 1940-60

Lot of 8mm Movie Cameras, c. 1940-60 1) 2 Emel movie cameras for 2x8mm film on 7,5m daylight spool. - 2) Eumig model. - And: 3) Gevaert-Zoomex. - All cameras untested. Lot 8mm-Schmalfilmkameras, um 1940-60 1) 2 Emel-Filmkameras für

Lot: 804 - Kawanon 800mm Motion Picture Lens, c. 1970

Kawanon 800mm Motion Picture Lens, c. 1970 Soligor, Japan. Arri standard mount, 1:8/800 mm, including supporting bridge. Filmobjektiv Kawanon 800 mm, um 1970 Soligor, Japan. Teleobjektiv für Kameras mit Arri-Standard-Fassung.

Lot: 805 - Fernbildlinse with Arriflex-St Mount

"Fernbildlinse" with Arriflex-St Mount Astro, Berlin. "Fernbildlinse 5/300 mm", no. 68164, sought-after movie lens! Fernbildlinse mit Arriflex-St-Fassung Astro, Berlin. Fernbildlinse 5/300 mm, Nr. 68164, gesuchte Filmoptik. Start Price:

Lot: 806 - 5 Zeiss Lenses for 35mm Arriflex

5 Zeiss Lenses for 35mm Arriflex 1) Opton Di 1,2/18 mm T (Distagon), Oberkochen, no. 6194577. - 2) Opton Di 1,2/25 mm T (Distagon), Oberkochen, no. 2594637. - 3) Distagon 1,2/35 mm T, Carl Zeiss, no. 5768042. - 4) Opton PL 1,3/50 mm T (Planar),

Lot: 807 - 3 Lenses with Arriflex-St Mount

3 Lenses with Arriflex-St Mount 1) Carl Zeiss. Distagon 2,8/32 mm, no. 4393319. (2+/1) - 2) Angenieux, Paris. Retrofocus Type R2 2,2/24 mm, no. 904756, cleaning marks. (3/4) - And: 3) Astro, Berlin. Fernbildlinse 5/200 mm, no. 69441. (2-/2) 3

Lot: 808 - 3 Movie Lenses by Berthiot

3 Movie Lenses by Berthiot Berthiot, Paris. 1) SOM Pan-Cinor Reflex 2,8/10-30 mm, for 8mm camera, with box, D-Mount. - 2) SOM Pan-Cinor 2,8/12,5-36 mm, with coupled viewfinder, for 8mm camera, D-Mount, with boxes. - And: 3) Pan-Cinor 2,4/17,5-70

Lot: 809 - 4 Beaulieu Movie Cameras, 1955-70

4 Beaulieu Movie Cameras, 1955-70 Beaulieu, Paris. 1) Beaulieu 4008 ZM4, for Super-8 cassettes, with Angenieux-Zoom 1:1,2/6-80 mm. - 2) 2 x Beaulieu, model MR8 and TR8. - And: 3) 1 x Beaulieu T8 with 2 interchangeable lens. - All cameras untested.

Lot: 810 - Vario-Sonnar 2,8/10-100 mm

Vario-Sonnar 2,8/10-100 mm Carl Zeiss, Oberkochen. For Arriflex SR cameras etc. Heavy-duty lens! - In addition: Filter holder. Vario-Sonnar 2,8/10-100 mm Carl Zeiss, Oberkochen. Spitzenobjektiv in Arriflex-Bajonett-Fassung, z.B. für

Lot: 811 - Carl Zeiss Distagon 1,2/25 mm T for Arriflex 16SR

Carl Zeiss Distagon 1,2/25 mm T for Arriflex 16SR Carl Zeiss, Oberkochen. No. 5885331. High-speed wide-angle lens with Arriflex 16SR mount. No scratches and no haze, excellent condition. Carl Zeiss Distagon 1,2/25 mm T für Arriflex 16SR

Lot: 812 - Pan-Tachar 1,8/100 mm (Debrie Parvo)

Pan-Tachar 1,8/100 mm (Debrie Parvo) Astro, Berlin. No. 22802, brass, for Debrie Parvo and Super Parvo. Glass needs cleaning. Pan-Tachar 1,8/100 mm (Debrie Parvo) Astro, Berlin. Nr. 22802, Messing-Fassung, für Debrie Parvo und Super

Lot: 813 - Eleven 8mm Movie Cameras with Original Boxes,

Eleven 8mm Movie Cameras with Original Boxes, 1955-80 Bolex: C8S Zoom Reflex Automatic, B8, C8S. Kodak: Ektasound 140 Movie, M16 Super 8, Electric 8 Automatic. Super Christen B3, Urfee T84, Heurtier Fa 58, Mansfield Holiday 3E, Eumic electric.

Lot: 814 - Midas Movie Camera and Projector, 1927

"Midas" Movie Camera and Projector, 1927 Midas, England. Movie camera for 9,5mm film in special cassettes, lens: Taylor & Hobson 1:2,5, crank-drive, with battery pack for lighting. Kameraprojektor "Midas", um 1927 Midas, England.

Lot: 815 - 2 Picture and Movie Projectors with Gramophones,

2 Picture and Movie Projectors with Gramophones, c. 1935-40 1) O.J. McLure Talking Pictures, USA. "The Picturephone", 35mm still picture projector, portable projector with built-in record-player, projector marked "Picture SVE Projector Model Q",

Lot: 816 - 3 Movie Projectors for 9,5mm Film, c. 1924

3 Movie Projectors for 9,5mm Film, c. 1924 Pathé, Paris. 1) Pathé Baby with long film system and motor (not working). - 2) Pathé Baby with filter disc for color effects (working). - And: 3) Pathé Kid, without crank. - In

Lot: 817 - Library Kodascope Home Cinema, c. 1928

"Library Kodascope" Home Cinema, c. 1928 Kodak, Rochester. A decorative piece of furniture of the "golden" 1920s. 16mm-Heimkino "Library Kodascope", um 1928 Kodak, Rochester. Filmmöbelstück für die "gute Stube der feinen

Lot: 818 - 2 Tin Toy Projectors "Durotone" and "Mickey Mouse"

2 Tin Toy Projectors "Durotone" and "Mickey Mouse" 1) Durable Toy and Novelty Corp., New York. "Durotone", 1930s, tin body, electric illuminant, crank-operated. With 1 record and 2 movies. (3/-) - And: 2) "Talkie Jecktor Gramophone Projector", c.

Lot: 819 - 2 Tin-Toy Projectors: "NIC Sonora" and "Combo

2 Tin-Toy Projectors: "NIC Sonora" and "Combo Gramo Film", 1930s Presumably produced by Durable Toy and Novelty Corp., USA. 1) "NIC Sonora", tin housing, electric light, crank-operated, with one record and a movie. (3-/-) - And: 2) "Combo Gramo

Lot: 820 - Pathéorama with Film

Pathéorama with Film Pathé-Cinéma, 20 bis, Paris. Film viewer for 35mm film with single-side perforation, bakelite body with gold-colored legend, one film inside. - Rare! Pathéorama mit Film Pathé-Cinéma, 20

Lot: 821 - Pathé Kok Cinematograph, c. 1912

Pathé Kok Cinematograph, c. 1912 Pathé, Paris. Movie projector for 28 mm wide film, low-voltage lamp, crank-drive (crank missing), dynamo. - In addition: 2 spools of approx. 70 m of 28mm film and metal transport box. Projektor

Lot: 822 - 2 Spotlights

2 Spotlights 1) Philips F7 220 V 5000 W, one filament loose. - And: 2) Philips 220 V 2000 W, plug-in socket, one filament loose. 2 Scheinwerfer-Lampen 1) Philips F7 220 V 5000 W, ein Faden lose. - Und: 2) Philips 220 V 2000 W, Steckfassung,

Lot: 823 - Cinematograph Alef, 1920

Cinematograph Alef, 1920 Alfred Lehmann, Nuremberg. Table projector for 35mm film and magic lantern slides. Maltese cross mechanism. Electric functions not tested. - In addition: Agfa movie projector 16 mm, c. 1935, and a film-winding drum for 60m

Lot: 824 - Rotofoto Mutoscope, c. 1910

"Rotofoto" Mutoscope, c. 1910 Small German mutoscope by an unknown manufacturer, Ø 4 in., picture size 1 x 4/5 in. (2,5 x 2 cm), hand-cranked (restored). With 1 mutoscope picture reel: "Wugg travels to the North Pole". Kleines

Lot: 825 - 2 Traveling Movie Show Projectors, c. 1920

2 Traveling Movie Show Projectors, c. 1920 1) Howarth, London. Howarth Portable Projector, for 35mm film, hand-cranked (crank not included), otherwise complete, in need of cleaning and oiling. - And: 2) Unknown projector, folding tin case, with




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