Quote Originally Posted by Rolleiflexible View Post
Jon, that's what I was looking for, thanks. To the other responders,
a Triotar from an Art Deco Rolleicord is a 1930s-vintage lens -- it's
an uncoated lens. A lens hood doesn't do the trick. I'm thinking
that Focal Point may be able to resurface the lens. Or maybe I'll
luck out and find an old Rolleicord with a Triotar I can cannibalize
for the camera.

The service Focal Point advertises is for repairing the coatings. Repolishing a lens with scratches is not really feasible, as removing the glass neccesary to eliminate scratches changes the formula of the lens. Also, it's expensive.