Unger & Hoffmann

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Unger & Hoffmann was founded in 1878 as a paper maker. The company began making cameras and magic lanterns[1][2] in the 1890s, and later made photo paper and plates, and published sets of slides for magic lanterns.[3] Mimosa took over the film plate and photo paper production in 1926.[4]

Cameras

  • plate camera Apollo (1897)
  • Magazin Box
  • Reisekamera 24×30cm (1890)
  • Tropenkamera
  • Vera Favorit
  • Verax (1908)
  • Verette Box
  • Verette II


Notes

  1. Unger & Hoffmann 'Phantasmagoria' magic lantern in the Dagestad Collection, at Flickr.
  2. Unger & Hoffmann 'Talisman II' lantern; Lucerna Magic Lantern Web Resource, lucerna.exeter.ac.uk, item 1000776. Accessed 8 October 2020.
  3. Lantern slides by Unger & Hoffmann in the collection of the Eastman Museum.
  4. Unger & Hoffmann at Optical Toys

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