Emil Busch Glaukar 165mm F3.1
History: The Emil Busch Glaukar is one of the
most elusive and rarest pieces of glass onthe market for years now. Scoring high prices in any auction it was a rare lens by any means back in the early 1900ies as it is now.
The lens which layout is quite unknown (assumed to be a triplet design), offers a wide open aperture of F3.1. The stunning speed and the rarity added quite alot to the mythical character of this lens.
Condition: The overall condition is good here. The lens shows only minor wear, the aperture moves smoothly, and also does the helicoid mount move. The glass looks good, very clear, with minimal cleaning marks and specs.
With its 165mm (or 6.5") it will cover 4x5 and 5x7 formats.
A truly amazing and rare lens.
The lens comes with its original flange with a helicoid mount.
height: 8 (6)cm
Insured and tracked shipping cost:
Germany - 10 eur
EU* - 30 eur
Worldwide - 70 eur
*(the site offers only 2 shipping variations, DE and worldwide. buyers from EU please either contact me beforehand for a reduced EU cost, or after buying so i can send a refund over the difference)
Importent Note: This item comes from my private collection and is around 100 years old (antique). I try my best to describe all the faults and major damage which are relevant for the function of this item. But the actuall item can show signs of wear and also some cosmetic blemishes/damage which is not described in the auction text! When buying this item the buyer agrees to this terms.