FS:4x5 TESSAR 210 F;3.5 FOR GRAFLEX

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  1. Guillaume Zuili

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    FS : 210MM f:3.5 Carl Zeiss Iena.
    With speed graphic lens board.
    Excellent condition, some dust.
    I used it on a Super D. Beautiful bokeh.

    $200 + USPS medium box $12.35

    Thanks for looking.
     

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    KILLER LENS!
    i have this same lens on my series D ...
     
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    Hi - Could you please let us know the serial number? Thanks!

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    Yes. Serial for Killer Lens :smile:
    Nr: 1063010
     
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    Update :
    The lens board doesn't fit on a Graphic. It is for a Super D.

    And a picture made with this lens.
     

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    How does that lens attach to the board?

    I think mine is older and it has 4 screws into the board. Cost me $20 at a machine shop to bore out a Speed/Crown board. I also needed a skateboard thick piece of wood/metal between the lens and the board to clear the light trap. Thought that was a good idea anyway since the lens might like it. Screwed the lens to the wood, bolted the wood to the board....Nice little project that made me happy, happy, happy...
     
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