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2011/59/1-1/3 Lens cap for camera, 'Linhof Technika', plastic, cap made by Leica, Germany, c. 1959, used by Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales, 1959-1980s. Click to enlarge.

Lens cap for 'Linhof Technika' camera

Made
Black plastic Leica lens cap.

Summary

Object No.

2011/59/1-1/3

Object Statement

Lens cap for camera, 'Linhof Technika', plastic, cap made by Leica, Germany, c. 1959, used by Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales, 1959-1980s

Physical Description

Black plastic Leica lens cap.

Marks

Impressed on inside of cap, '14268 / Ø42'.

Dimensions

Depth

10 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Lens cap for 'Linhof Technika' camera 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 July 2021, <https://ma.as/434256>

Wikipedia

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