Sans & Streiffe was a US distributor based in Chicago.[1] It sold microscopes, binoculars, slide rules and various other products; at least some of them were imported from Japan.[2] It seems that the company disappeared in the 1960s.[1]

Lenses Edit

Sans & Streiffe sold at least two lenses under its own brand:

Notes Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sans & Streiffe at Greg's Slide Rules.
  2. Sans & Streiffe binoculars, microscopes, etc. appear in online auctions. See also Sans & Streiffe at Greg's Slide Rules.
  3. See this page at Kawamura Kazuma's website. The name "Telephoto" is reported only, and the text says that the word "JAPAN" appears on the barrel.

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