Table 1

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Cross-reference of snapshots carrying EF- numbers with the series FD- and FPh-

EF

on card/s

EF

on card/s

EF

on card/s

EF

on card/s

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

26

FPh-222, CGF-1215

51

 

76

FD-22, FPh-22

2

 

27

 

52

 

77

 

3

 

28

 

53

 

78

 

4

 

29

FPh-18

54

FPh-218

79

 

5

FPh-221

30

 

55

FPh-90

80

 

6

 

31

 

56

 

81

 

7

 

32

 

57

 

82

 

8

FPh-182, CGF-1289

33

 

58

 

83

 

9

FPh-163 ?

34

FPh-229 and reprints

59

FPh-224

84

FD-15, FPh-15

10

 

35

FD-20, FPh-20

60

 

85

 

11

 

36

FPh-22

61

FPh-228, CGF-1183

86

 

12

 

37

FD-(4), FPh-23

62

 

87

 

13

FPh-89

38

FPh-92

63

 

88

 

14

 

39

 

64

 

89

FPh-126 and reprints

15

 

40

 

65

FD-13, FPh-13

90

 

16

 

41

 

66

FPh-236

91

 

17

 

42

FPh-230

67

 

92

 

18

CGF-1315

43

 

68

FPh-581

93

FPh-(72), FPh-43

19

FPh-239

44

 

69

FPh-314 and reprints

94

 

20

 

45

 

70

 

95

 

21

FPh-53

46

 

71

FPh-219, CGF-1293

96

 

22

 

47

 

72

 

97

 

23

 

48

FPh-237

73

 

98

FD-11(B), FPh-24

24

 

49

 

74

 

99

FPh-184

25

 

50

FPh-220

75

 

100

FPh-234

NOTES:

The numbers EF-1049, 1095, 1105, 1152, 1154 and 1183 are known on pornographic snapshots (not published).

EF numbers are not completely readable on FPh-18, FPh-56, FPh-182, FPh-218 and FPh-233. Also on CGF-1129.

All of the known snaps with EF numbers are of people, never landscapes which leads to the query on FPh-213 which is catalogued as a landscape - Mosque.

FPh-184 carries the EF number as ‘ee’ (lower case)..