The album of 39 panoramic photographs
by Koch & Wills includes 30 panoramas of Paris; two each of Trouville and Geneva; and
one each of Versailles, Zürich and Schloss Heidelberg; as well as panoramas of an
unidentified river town and an unidentified port.
Georges-Laurent Koch and Antoine Wilz were Parisian cabinet makers, inventors and
photographers established in the rue Saint-Antoine during the 1850s and 1860s. In the 1860s
they invented a camera that took a panoramic image using a single negative.
2.5 Linear Feet
(1 album containing 39 photographs)
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