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Derek Gloster

Assmann Catalog

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One of the best period reference books is an original Assmann catalog. I imagine most of you out there have a copy of this in your reference library. The originals are now very hard to find. An original cover looks like this. Actually there were a lot of pages/plates left over from the factory. Most of these were rebound using a repro cover. The original was looseleaf & used three brass studs so you could add remove pages.

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Lenny, I've had two originals. I remember going down to see Tony Oliver in Egham, Surrey around 1964 or so.   He had just come back from a buying trip in Europe. He had visited the Assmann factory and had a whole stack of originals. These are now very hard to find.

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38 minutes ago, Derek Gloster said:

Lenny, I've had two originals. I remember going down to see Tony Oliver in Egham, Surrey around 1964 or so.   He had just come back from a buying trip in Europe. He had visited the Assmann factory and had a whole stack of originals. These are now very hard to find.

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