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RolleiRolleicord I ’Tapeten’ (Wallpapered)

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1933-1936. 120 film TLR camera. Unusual appearance. Art deco, nickel plated camera. The first camera in the Rolleicord series.

Rollei: Rolleicord I ’Tapeten’ (Wallpapered) camera

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by mauro.corneo » Wed May 31, 2017 10:54 pm

In 1933 F & H joined Rolleiflex the most economical Rolleicord, decorated in an extraordinary and original way (nickel plated brass and finely decorated with black decorations). It is a delightful and courageous (the only camera not only black) whose aesthetics unequivocally engages the "taste" of that period

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