<printed column at left, in German, French and English, advertising the Berlin International Photographic Exhibition, May and June 1865>
the Mars 10 1865. <sic>
Dr H. Vogel, President of the Berlin Photographic Society presents his compliments and would feel extremely obliged if
Sir Henry Fox Talbot F.R.S.
would kindly favour the Society’s forthcoming exhibition which <sic> a few specimens of his
Every contribution from the discoverer of photography could not fail to be highly appreciated by an intelligent public, long familiar with the famed discovery of Sir Henry Fox Talbot,
but until now deprived of the pleasure of admiring his works.
Sir H. W. Fox Talbot F.R.S.
The Society will take every possible care of the objects committed to their trust and will bear all the charges incurred by transmitting the specimens.
Mr Trübner 20 St Dunstans Hill London <C.?>, their agent, has been been <sic> fully instructed to the purpose