BALDA-WERK (Dresden, Germany)
BALDA KAMERA-WERK (Bunde/Westfalen, Germany)
Founded 1908 by Max Baldeweg, the firm was most noted for producing photographic accessories, especially film holders and
rollbacks. In the mid-1920 s, folding plate & rollfilm cameras became an important part of the business.
After WWII, the Dresden factory remained. In 1951 the name of the Dresden factory was changed from Balda-Werk to Belca-Werk,
eventually becoming a part of VEB Pentacon.
Max Baldeweg moved to West Germany and founded Balda Kamera-Werk in Biinde, West Germany in 1948. Camera production began in
1950 with Baldini, Baldinette and Baldafix.
Stock No 1995
c1950. Retina style small folding 35mm camera. Radioner 1:35/50 lens. Leather case.
~ Good Condition, bellows appear to be light tight, shutter operates.
Asking Price $65.00
Stock No 1995
c1957. 35mm viewfinder camera with quick-transport key on bottom. Shutter release on top. Single finder window, Westanar
f2.8/45mm lens in Prontr-SVS shutter.
~ Very Good Condition.
Asking Price $35.00
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