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  V. Liebe Monobloc camera

The Monobloc camera was sold by V. Liebe of Paris, France from circa 1911 to 1922. This combination camera was able to take both stereo and panoramic exposures on 6 x 13 cm glass plates. The camera was constructed of metal and finished in black enamel paint, polished metal and some leather covering. It was fitted with either a Boyer Sapphir f4.5 or a Tessar f6.3 lens with three diaphragm settings. It featured a built-in magazine and flip-up direct view finder.

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