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E. Bardin & Compagnie was a camera maker in Paris, active around the late nineteenth century. Maker's plates on some of the cameras shown at Collection Appareils (linked below) give an address in Rue de Rennes in the 6th arrondissement.

Cameras

Notes

  1. Bardin 18x24 cm tailboard camera with in-lens shutter according to patent by Mattioli, at Gérard Langlois' Constructeurs Francais d'Appareils Photo
  2. Folding tailboard camera offered for sale at Ebay in April 2015 (item no. 171759933954); clearly smaller than 18x24 (overall dimensions given as 26 cm tall and 17 cm wide).
  3. Folding tailboard camera with lens mounted on roller shutter, offered for sale at Ebay in April 2015 (item no. 351360105102).
  4. Le Météor at Collection Appareils
  5. 9x12 cm chambre à joues at Collection Appareils.
  6. Diaphane 9x12 detective camera, and unnamed 6x9 cm and 9x12 cm cameras, at Collection Appareils.


Links

Bardin cameras at Collection Appareils.

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