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  1. I have a beautiful Cooke Deep Field Panchro 100mm lens with an Arri Standard mount. It makes super sharp images. Light scuffs/cleaning marks on rear element. Coverage is (minimum) 24mm x 36mm still frame. Best offer. I'm hoping around $3500. If you're in Los Angeles we can arrange for you to inspect it in person. Lens is being sent to me this week from Visual Products. I'll post photos when I receive it.
  2. Researching my set which are marked 'War Finish', I can't find any reference to this elsewhere, so, I'd appreciate some help with a few questions: I assume they are Series 1, uncoated, as one is 35mm. Obviously 1939-45 approx., but would there be any more accurate dating for that labelling? What does WF imply? They're normal black gloss but would they be any lesser quality because of the war need? Are there any published serial number ranges for the various types? They have just a basic 1mm-pitch thread. What is the designation of this and was it standard for these early types before adapting to other mounts? Any help will be much appreciated. Brian
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