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Olbia in Paris[1] made at least three cameras, presumably in the period immediately following WW II. The Olbia 6x6 pseudo TLR is an Omega Eikon with a better Gitzo shutter.


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  1. Address was 17 Rue Mendelssohn, XXme arrondissement, Paris
  2. Sylvain Halgand's site
  3. Sylvain Halgand's site
  4. Catalogue Photo-Plait 1950, p. 33. No longer listed in the next catalogue: Catalogue Photo-Plait Hiver 1950-1951, p. 3.
  5. Catalogue Photo-Plait 1949-50, p. 32; 1950, p. 33; Hiver 1950-51, p. 32; 1951, p. 34; 1952, p. 22; 1953, p. 10; Hiver 1954/5, p. 10; 1954, p. 10.—Sylvain Halgand Olbia.— Gerard Langlois Olbia

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