Goerz Dagor 210mm F6.8 (in shutter)
Here you see a quite compact and handy lens made by the german company C.P.
Goerz Berlin: the famous Doppel Anastigmat 'Dagor' lens. This lens was
famous for its huge image circle (angle of aprox 88%) and its absolute
stunning sharpness. Many companies tried to copy the Doppel Anastigmat
layout, thats why Goerz patented the name 'Dagor' for it.
The Doppelanastigmat is a very well corrected and super sharp lens
design, which was highly praised in the early days of photography.
The condition of the lens is very good. The black laquere is authentic and shows only minimal wear here and there, but is still there overall. The glass is in a good condition, there are some fine dust specs here and there. There is no haze and no fungus. The aperture is moving freely.
The lens comes in a working ACME Synchro shutter, which seems to work. The times sound approriate (though i didnt test them). The Bulb function works with the T setting, though im unfamiliar with this kind of shutter, so im not sure if im not missing something.
The lens was advertised for 5x7 field work, where it was used as a slightly wide angle landscape lens, but it will also work for 8x10 and up to 10x12 formats as a true wide angle lens.
Insured and tracked shipping cost:
Germany - 10 eur
EU* - 20 eur
Worldwide - 60eur
*(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.