Unger & Hoffmann
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Unger & Hoffmann was founded in 1878 as a paper maker. The company began making cameras and magic lanterns in the 1890s, and later made photo paper and plates, and published sets of slides for magic lanterns. Mimosa took over the film plate and photo paper production in 1926.
- plate camera Apollo (1897)
- Magazin Box
- Reisekamera 24×30cm (1890)
- Vera Favorit
- Verax (1908)
- Verette Box
- Verette II
- Unger & Hoffmann 'Phantasmagoria' magic lantern in the Dagestad Collection, at Flickr.
- Unger & Hoffmann 'Talisman II' lantern; Lucerna Magic Lantern Web Resource, lucerna.exeter.ac.uk, item 1000776. Accessed 8 October 2020.
- Lantern slides by Unger & Hoffmann in the collection of the Eastman Museum.
- Unger & Hoffmann at Optical Toys
- Unnamed 13x18cm tailboard camera by Unger & Hoffmann, c1895, sold together with another similar camera at the auction Photographica & Film, 12 October 2013, by Photo Team Breker in Cologne (listing at the Liveauctioneers site).