I’ve found only one example of a Hungarian-made antique roller shutter in Lviv. (However, I eventually I did find a roller shutter made by the same company in Mukachevo.) It was made by a company called Paschka és Társa (Paschka and Co.) in Budapest. It covers the storefront of an old pharmacy on Kopernyka Street. The building was built in 1892, and the shutter could date from that time too, making it well over 100 years old.
When I first found it many years ago, it looked as if it hadn’t been touched or opened in decades. I feared it would soon vanish because the old storefronts near it were being renovated, and thought it would be next.
At some point after I took these initial photographs, I noticed it had been graffitied much more than it was originally. This time, the lock mechanisms with the manufacturer’s marks were also graffitied over.