c:1931 KOCHMANN KORELLE 127 ROLLFILM CAMERA! FOLDING, RARE LENS

1931 KOCHMANN KORELLE 3x4 127 ROLLFILM CAMERA
The Korelle is a 3x4, 127 rollfilm folding camera made by Kochmann in 1931. This camera is in VG shape, mechanically. It has a 50mm Zeiss Tessar anastigmatic f/3.5 lens and fixed focusing. The F Deckal-Menchen shutter(?) has speeds of T-B-1 sec. to 1/300 sec. Apertures of f/3.5 to f/16. single pop-up viewfinder, 4-struts, rim shutter release but no flash sync. The camera looks good: very clean (with minor brassing on the film advance knob)... and the camera works like a charm. The leatherette is in good condition. It fires at all speeds and the aperture dial moves freely! The nice thing about this camera )other than being the earliest of its kind) is that it has a Zeiss Tessar lens! In my research of this guy, I've found that it was only produced with a Radionar or a Enoldar lens. It also has (barely visible) what looks like the word "Compur" on the rim. Kind of a mystery? Anyway, its in very good operational condition and good cosmetic condition...not bad considering its age!