Four sections in three volumes(86, 26, 16 pp. and 7 leaves) of the German handbook on cinematographic film material in colors by the Aktiengesellschaft für Anilinfabrikation (Agfa) company. Illustrated throughout from photographs, Vol. IV with seven plates of colored film samples. 4to. Orig. light brown publisher's cloth, Vol. IV portfolio-style, contents loose as issued. N.p. (Berlin) (Agfa) n.d. (circa 1925-1930).
The company Aktiengesellschaft für Anilinfabrikation (Corporation for Aniline Production) was founded in Rummelsburg in 1867 as a manufacturer of dyes and stains, by Paul Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Carl Alexander von Martius. They began producing x-ray plates and film products in 1898, and in 1903 manufactured their first cinematographic film. In 1925 Agfa became part of IG Farben, a German chemical and pharmaceutical company, and its photographic production was incorporated with Bayer. As of November 2017, WorldCat locates only two holdings in North America. Book ID: 48757