Darlot

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A. Darlot was a French optical company, founded in the 1850s as Jamin-Darlot in Paris.[1] In 1860 it became Darlot. It made camera lenses, marked "Darlot, Opticien" or "Darlot Paris" and the initials "AD" of A. Darlot, the letters crossed as logo.

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  1. Camera with Darlot lens, about 1855, for quarter-plate (wet-plate) photographs, sold at the twelfth Westlicht Photographica Auction, in November 2007.
  2. Darlot Petzval lens sold at the fifth Westlicht auction, in April 2004.
  3. Combinable lens set, about 1885: brass lens barrel with rack-and-pinion focusing, with fixed lens elements, and three extra elements that combine with it to make a range of focal lengths; with Waterhouse stops. Sold at the sixth Westlicht auction, in November 2004.
  4. Darlot combinable lens set, about 1890 with six exchangeable elements, sold at the tenth Westlicht auction, in November 2006.

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