Ica Camera Catalog
Ica A.G. of Dresden, Germany was formed by merger in 1909. In 1926 Ica merged with Contessa-Nettel, Ernemann and Goerz forming the photographic giant Zeiss-Ikon. Ica manufactured high quality cameras and photographic equipment.
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This illustrated 24 page catalog dated 1922 measures 110 x 230 mm. Text is in German. The catalog does not list prices. A retailer's stamp on the cover appears to read Deutsche Photographische Ges. M. D. H. Schmiedstr. 11, Hamburg. The following camera models and accessories are listed in the catalog:
Most cameras were offered in a variety of film sizes and with various lens and shutter combinations. A staggering range of choices are presented in the catalog's 24 pages.
If you are looking for additional information on Ica cameras, see the Ica Product Line Table.
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This page was updated June 22, 2001