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'''Photographische Manufaktur Gebrüder Huth''' was founded in 1886. It produced cameras since 1890. In 1899 it launched an albumine paper production under the name ''Sächsische Albuminpapierfabrik Gebrüder Huth''. Chief Theodor Hermann Huth died in 1906. Hee was succeeded by his brother Adolph Walther Huth, who himself was succeeded by wuis wife Bertha Huth who led the company until its end in 1937.
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'''Photographische Manufaktur Gebrüder Huth''' was founded in 1886. It produced cameras since 1890. In 1899 it launched an albumine paper production under the name ''Sächsische Albuminpapierfabrik Gebrüder Huth''. Chief Theodor Hermann Huth died in 1906. He was succeeded by his brother Adolph Walther Huth, who himself was succeeded by with wife Bertha Huth who led the company until its end in 1937.
  
 
==cameras==
 
==cameras==

Revision as of 07:33, 23 January 2014

Camera industry in Dresden
Balda | Certo | Eho-Altissa | Ernemann | Feinmess | Heyde | Hamaphot | Huth | Hüttig | ICA | Ihagee | Kochmann | Kerman | KW | Eugen Loeber | Ludwig | Mentor | Merkel | Meyer | Mimosa | Pentacon | Richter | Unger & Hoffmann | Werner | Wünsche | Zeiss Ikon | Zeh
Camera distributors in Dresden
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Camera industry in Freital
Beier | Pouva | Thowe | Welta

Photographische Manufaktur Gebrüder Huth was founded in 1886. It produced cameras since 1890. In 1899 it launched an albumine paper production under the name Sächsische Albuminpapierfabrik Gebrüder Huth. Chief Theodor Hermann Huth died in 1906. He was succeeded by his brother Adolph Walther Huth, who himself was succeeded by with wife Bertha Huth who led the company until its end in 1937.

cameras

  • Huth Amateur-Kamera (1895)
  • Reise-Kamera 18x24cm (1900)
  • plate camera 13x18cm (1904)
  • Triumph 2 , Triumph 3 ... Triumph 21