Ihagee Jr (the rarest)
had one (bought from David Woodford, at those
times he was my contact at Jessop’s,
London). I did not know which version it was.
Stein Falchenberg wrote me... You can
read more information about this very
rare camera on the following
pages where you can find the survived
ones (found trough internet).
Later I found the one I own:
Body number 413629
camera is in nice condition, the curtains
are fine and the leatherette is very
good everywhere. On this page (page 2) you can look at
The camera is in very
fine condition. Works.
“You should be very pleased to
have got one of the rare and little
known Ihagee Jr. cameras. I have known of these
cameras for many years..."
Look at the 3rd page if you wish to read
more and to find the list of survived Ihagee Jr cameras.
It’s been found that most of the prewar
Exaktas have dates written in pencil on
the back of their mirrors. This could lead to a
lot more knowledge of prewar Ihagee cameras in
regards to production if we collect enough
numbers over time.Most dates are..
(continues - 4th page)