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Carl Zeiss. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1926) Zeiss Binoculars. An Outstanding Gift. 20 models of 3 to 18 power offer a wide range of choice - at leading opticians, camera dealers and sporting goods stores. (1929) Days of Freedom... Add undreamt of pleasures by packing a Zeiss. Ask your dealer to show you one. (1926) Prism Binoculars. Your ultimate satisfaction depends upon actual performance; let actual performance likewise determine your choice. General Dist. Agents for Canada: The Hughes Owens Co., Ltd. Mr. Harold M. Bennett, US Agent, Carl Zeiss. Dear Mr. Bennett: My most prized possession is my Carl Zeiss Binocular, which is just as good today as when I bought it in 1920. It has been my constant companion on every trip for the past 22 years, including my trip to the South Pole... Roald Amundsen. Carl Zeiss was a German maker of optical instruments best known for the company he founded, Carl Zeiss Jena (now: Carl Zeiss AG). Zeiss made contributions to lens manufacturing that have aided the modern production of lenses. Raised in Weimar, Germany, he opened a lens-making workshop in the 1840s in the city of Jena. At first his lenses were only used in the production of microscopes, but when cameras were invented, his company began manufacturing high-quality lenses for cameras. Enjoy these vintage ads for Carl Zeiss while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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