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H. Bellieni et Fils was a camera maker in Nancy, France, from the late 19th century until the early 20th. McKeown lists several jumelle type cameras, including several stereo models, from the mid-1890s to 1905;[1] older, wooden-bodied cameras are also seen.


Cameras

  • Wooden strut-folding cameras for plates, including 9×12 cm and 13×18 cm, about 1889. These have no shutter; one of the examples was sold with a Thornton-Pickard shutter, fitting in front of the lens.[2][3]
  • Folding 9×18 cm stereo camera, about 1893.[4]
  • Folding 9×18 cm stereo tailboard camera (a Chambre de voyages or Reisekamera), about 1900[5]
  • Jumelle Simple: leather-covered wooden jumelle camera for 9×12 cm plates.[6]
  • Jumelle Simple à 2 Objectives
  • Jumelle Universelle
  • Stereo-Jumelle
  • Metal-bodied strut-folding camera, about 1905.[7]

Notes

  1. McKeown, James M. and Joan C. McKeown's Price Guide to Antique and Classic Cameras, 12th Edition, 2005-2006. USA, Centennial Photo Service, 2004. ISBN 0-931838-40-1 (hardcover). ISBN 0-931838-41-X (softcover). p123-4.
  2. Wooden strut-folding camera for 9×12 cm plates, about 1889, with 136 mm f/8 Krauss-Zeiss Anastigmat, sold at the eleventh Westlicht Photographica Auction, in May 2007.
  3. Wooden strut-folding camera for 13×18 cm plates, about 1889, with 195 m f/7.2 CZJ Anastigmat and Watson finder (also apparently usable as an eye-level finder), sold at the sixteenth Westlicht auction, in December 2009. The camera has front shift.
  4. Folding, wooden-bodied stereo camera for 9×18 cm plates, about 1893, with Derogy Extra-Rapide Rectilignes lenses and adjustable guillotine shutter, sold at the first Westlicht auction, in November 2002.
  5. Bellieni stereo tailboard camera for 9×18 cm plates, about 1900, with 11 cm CZJ Anastigmat lenses, sold at the nineteenth Westlicht auction, in May 2011.
  6. 9×12 cm Jumelle Simple, about 1896, with 136 mm f/8 CZJ Protar, five-speed shutter, front rise and shift and Newton finder (adjustable for rise and shift); sold in November 2011 by Fullers LLC in Philadelphia.
  7. Metal strut-folding camera for 10×15 cm plates, about 1905, with SOM Berthiot 165 mm f/4.5 Flor lens and dial-set Compur shutter with speeds 1 - 1/150 second plus 'B' and 'T', sold at the sixteenth Westlicht auction. The camera has a large frame finder (as well as ground-glass focusing) and front rise and shift.


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