Drexler & Nagel

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Photo industry in Stuttgart
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In 1908 Drexler & Nagel was founded, a camera maker based in Stuttgart, Germany. In 1909 it was renamed to Contessa Camerawerke or Contessa Camerawerke Drexler & Nagel. One of its founders and camera designers was Dr. August Nagel (1882-1943). In 1918 he constructed an aerial camera. In 1919 the company was bought the Nettel Camerawerk. Together they were Contessa-Nettel. It operated under the Contessa-Nettel name from 1919 until 1926.


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