Highlights of the Past Specialty Auction

World’s No.1
»Photographica & Film«

19 March 2016

Extraordinarily important sale of rare collector’s items
and exhibition pieces!

Preview:    Fr.,  18 March 4 – 7 pm * Sat  19 March 8 – 10 am
Reception/Buffet:    Fri  18
March 5-7 pm
- More viewing opportunities available upon request -

  Fully illustrated bi-lingual (Engl./German) Colour catalogue:
Europe: Single catalogue € 28,- * 
Overseas price for USA, Japan, etc.
(incl. airmail delivery):  € 37,- (approx. US-$ 52.-).
Delivery against prepayment only
(Bank draft/cash or by Credit Card with expiry date and CVV security code:
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© 2015 by Auction Team Breker, Koeln/ Germany
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»Cinex« 35mm Movie Camera,
c. 1925
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»Parvo L« 35mm Movie Camera,
c. 1935
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»Cameflex Standard 16/35«,
c. 1955
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»5 Gauss-Tachar Lenses for Debrie«
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»Derogys Convertible Universal Lens«, (Objectiv à foyer multiples et lentilles additionelles), after 1860
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»Aplanatic Landscape Lens by Steinheil«,
No. 37113
c. 1893
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»Large Lerebours et Secretan Lens (Petzval
after 1845
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Huge Darlot Convertible
»Objectif Universel«,
c. 1
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»Voigtländer Petzval Portrait Lens 11 Zoll«,
c. 1858
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Zeh Zeca-Flex »Xenar 3,5« ,
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»Elegant Double Stereo Viewer
of Papier-Mâché«
c. 1880
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»Parlor Kinetoscope«
Patented by Thomas Edison,
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»Kinora« Casler-Lumière
(No. 61),
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»Wet-Plate Sliding Box Camera 13x18cm »Photographe a Verres Combinés Inventé par Charles Chevalier«, 1853
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»Le Touriste« by Enjalbert, Paris,
c. 1882
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»Miniature Zootrope«,
c. 1890
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»Rare Bookform
Peep Box«,
18th Century
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»Sliding Box Camera«,
c. 1880
Click for "BIG" »Sliding Box Daguerreotype Camera
with Lerebours Lens«,
c. 1850
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»Legendary Magic Lantern by Duboscq-Pellin with Microscope Attachment«,
c. 1883
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»Super Parvo Color Camera«,
c. 1955
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»Sliding Box Camera 30x40cm (12x16 in.)«, 1876
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»Chambre Double D'Atelier« by Jamin,
c. 1855
Click for "BIG" »Original Kalotype«
by H. F. Talbot, "May 1839"
Click for "BIG" »Kodak Eastman Matchbox Camera«, 1944
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The Original »Le Praxinoscope-Théâtre d'Emile Reynaud, Paris«, 1878
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»Polyorama Pantoptique with 45 Pictures«
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»Oculus Artificialis Teledioptricus
by Ioannis Zahn (Johann Zahn)«, 1702
Click for "BIG" »Goerz Hypergon-Doppel-Anastigmat 75mm«,
c. 1910
Click for "BIG" »Stirn Stereo Detective Camera«
 c. 1890

Click for "BIG" »Leitz Mifilmca 1/3x (First Version)«, 1927
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»NASA Hasselblad MKWE
No. 285«,
c. 1985

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»Hasselblad Carl Zeiss UV-Sonnar 4,3/105mm«
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»Stereo Wet-Plate Camera by Dallmeyer«,
c. 1860
Click for "BIG" »Double Zograscope (L'Optique Zograscope«,
c. 1860
Click for "BIG" »The Praxinoscope (England)«,
c. 1860

Click for "BIG" »Le Photo-Revolver«,
c. 1921

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»Ring Camera GF 84«, c. 1998
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»The Demon Camera
No. 2«, 1891
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»XYZ (1:3,5) by Lancant, Paris«, c. 1935
Click for "BIG" »Dr. Neubronner
Carrier Pigeon Doppel-Sport Camera« (Oberländer)