Agfa Varioscop 60 - no lens

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    Chris Gallard

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    Hi,
    I have a wonderful old Varioscop 60 enlarger sans lenses.
    I'm looking for lenses with view of selling once it's complete.
    Can anyone help?

    Chris
     
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    I'm selling two enlargers for a friend:

    a) Agfa Varioscop 60, autofocus (up to 6x9cm) with two lenses:
    - Color Magnolar 105/4.5
    - Color Magnolar 60/4.5
    - Novex R mechanical timer

    $200 or best offer.

    b) Omega D5500 4x5", with closed-loop colour controls bypassed. It's now just a diffusion head and has been used with Multigrade filters; there doesn't seem to be a controller with it but he'll have another look for it.
    - with Beseler Color Pro 135/5.6

    $700 or best offer.
     
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    Can I send you some pics to see if the lenses will fit?
     
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    Will they fit these plates?
     

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    Loren Welthagen

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    How did you go with the Varioscop Chris? (I realise this thread is ancient, but you never know). I just got one, it's old and needs a clean up, but seems all the bits are there. I am finding it hard to find instructions in English though! :)
     
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