Ihagee
Parvola – 96/99

Germany 1939 – Compact – 127 film – Rare. The Parvola was produced by Ihagee in Dresden from 1931 to 1939 Since the 1920s, Ihagee had been producing a range of folding cameras that variously contained the name “Ultrix”. As the model 1350 which was supposed to be called “Klein Ultrix” was significantly different from the … Read moreIhagee
Parvola – 96/99

Coronet
Midget – 94/99

England 1934 – Subminiature – 16 mm – Very Rare. The Midget is a subminiature camera made by Coronet in England starting 1934. The Midget was as small as a match box and designed to be used as a gift in cereal packets. The designers took advantage of the way Bakelite could easily be moulded … Read moreCoronet
Midget – 94/99

Zeiss Ikon
Super Nettel II – 92/99

Germany 1936 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. The Super Nettel was produced from 1934 by Zeiss Ikon. It was intended to be a cheaper, fixed lens, derivative of the Contax I but still remained a high quality, expensive device. The build quality and attention to details is incredible, like the hollow focusing wheel ideally positioned on the upper left corner of … Read moreZeiss Ikon
Super Nettel II – 92/99

Zeiss Ikon
Contax – 82/99

Germany 1932 – Compact – 35 mm – Very rare. Produced from 1932, Zeiss Ikon’s Contax was designed to be the brand’s challenger to Leitz Leica. Aware of the Leica’s growing success, Zeiss Ikon decided to produce a competitor designed to be superior in every way using the same perforated 35 mm film. The name … Read moreZeiss Ikon
Contax – 82/99

Welta
Perfekta – 72/99

Germany 1934 – Folding – 120 film – Very Rare. The Perfekta TLR (twin lens reflex) was produced by Welta in Germany from 1934 to 1940. It was the successor of the Superfekta and remains one of the most fascinating cameras ever built. Welta wanted to create a 6×6 TLR camera that would fold and … Read moreWelta
Perfekta – 72/99

Kodak
Retina 117 – 70/99

Germany 1934 – Folding – 35 mm – Rare. The Retina was manufactured starting 1934 by Kodak A.G. in what had previously been the Dr. August Nagel Camerawerk factory in Stuttgart. The business had been purchased by Kodak in 1931. It was Kodak’s first in the long-lasting Retina camera series. The Retina is the first … Read moreKodak
Retina 117 – 70/99