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Primoplan 100mm f1.9 from Hugo Meyer. Made around 1938. 5 elements in 4 groups. Meter scale. No coating. Modified from Exakta 66 mount to M42. Hugo Meyer engraving is rare! Fully serviced and mount conversion in November 2018. Still possible to restore to Exakta 66. Slight aging marks on the front element, yet no haze, no cleaning marks. Very clean glass!...
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93% B

Made by Meyer-Optik Gorlitz. Exakta mount. Post-war model, made in 1954. 5 elements in 4 groups. Beautiful blue-purple coating. It is difficult to find in good original condition! Good appearance as post-war aluminium barrel. Some small dust inside, yet still clean glass without cleaning marks. Aperture blades are also in good condition. Please check our...
Condition:
93% B

Exakta mount. Made by Meyer Gorlitz, in 1934. Heavy brass barrel. 5 elements in 4 groups. Non-coated. Heavily sign of use on the chrome barrel. Some cleaning marks on the front element, yet the glass still clean. Please check our test shots.
Condition:
92% B

Combination lens from Hugo Meyer. Screw mount, about 66.5φ. Focal lengths are 195mm f4 when they combin, and 320mm f8 with only rear group. Slight cleaning marks on the front element and very small trace of fungus on the edge of rear element. Coming with an extention tube for Pentax 67 and an adapter that was converted from helicoid.
Condition:
91% C



Made by Hugo Meyer for projectors around 1933. Petzval Type, 4 elements in 3 groups. Added aperture and convertd to Leica M mount by Miyazaki Kogaku. Clean glass!
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93% B

Compatible lens from Hugo Meyer. Usable for 210mm f4 when the front and rear groups together and for 350mm f8 only with rear elements. Some cleaning marks on the front element and traces of fungus on the edge. The aperture ring has been adjusted.
Condition:
91% C

Black/Chrome. Made in 1932. 4 elements in 2 groups. Compact telephoto for Leica. Balsam separation on the 2nd element. Coupring with rangefinder, yet slightly rear focus. Recommend for using with mirror-less SLR or Live view. Pleae check our test shot.
Condition:
92% B

Usable for 3 types of focal length. 153mm f4.5 with both front and rear parts, 320mm f11 with front part and 220mm f8 with rear part. Slight cleaning marks, scuffs and time-related deterioration on the front element, yet still clean for this lens.
Condition:
92% B

@RARE@ Exakta mount. Made by Meyer Gorlitz, late 1930's. Brass barrel. 5 elements in 4 groups. No-coating. Clean glass without any scratchs or haze. All the parts are adjusted and in good working condition. Please check our test shots!
Condition:
94% 

@RARE@ Made by Meyer Gorlitz around 1939. 5 elements in 4 groups. Successor model of Elnostar. Meter scale. Non-coated. Modefied to M42 mount from Exakta 66. Rare 100mm of Primoplan. Slight scuffs on the front element. Fully serviced in June 2016.
Condition:
92% 

Made in 1939. 5 elements in 4 groups. Successor model of Ernostar. Original Leica mount, yet un-coupling rangefinder. Pre-war model is was made from brass, it gives profound feeling, different from after-war model with aluminum. Clean glass!
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93% 

4 elements lens, made by Hugo Meyer in 1937. For Praktiflex 35mm SLR CAMERA by K.W. company in Germany. 40mm lens in Screw mount. The glass is very very clean and clear!
Condition:
94% 

Made for Leica DII by Hugo Meyer. Also can be used on eye level when put down the mirror. Very cool as a collectible accessory. Please refer to the photos with camera and lens. *The camera and lens are not included.
Condition:
93% 

Hugo Meyer New York ordeed it to home country of Germany. Originally, it had 3 types of focal length with convention of front and rear parts. After modification to M42 mount, it is only for 3 1/2 inch(90mm) f4.5 and works from 30cm close-up to infinitive.
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92%