The German firm of Otto Perutz was established in 1870. It was the first to produce a roll film for the Leitz camera.
In 1880 Otto Perutz started the Perutz-Photowerke in Munich, Germany.
They first made dry film plates there and later made many innovations in early film photography.
The Perutz 17 film was produced in 1956, eight years before Perutz was taken over by Agfa in 1964 and in the year of my birth.
I got the Perutz 17 „tropical“, 40 ASA, expired 1966.
The „Tali“ meant in daylight loadable film, these had no cassettes.
Sadly I got no usable negs out of it.