Leica
Leica IIIG – 83/99

Germany 1957 – Compact – 35 mm – Very rare. The Leica III G (often said to stand for “Gorgeous”) was introduced by Leica in 1956. It was the last of the screw mount Leicas as designed by Oscar Barnack. Barnack did not actually design the III G as he passed away in 1935 after … Read moreLeica
Leica IIIG – 83/99

Leica
Leica M2

Germany 1958 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. In 1958 Leica introduced the M2 as a budget alternative to the M3. To reduce the price range, some features of the M3 were removed but none that would impact the ability to make quality photographs or to make the experience feel cheap. Typically the self-timer was … Read moreLeica
Leica M2

Various USSR
Leica 2

USSR 1950 – Compact – 35 mm – Common. Leicas are exclusive devices that forged the very concept of the modern camera through quality and innovation.  For years a large part of the industry tried to produce alternatives (or imitations) with equivalent features at a much more accessible price point. Imitations range from cameras “inspired by … Read moreVarious USSR
Leica 2

Leica
leica M3 – 52/99

Germany 1954 – Compact – 35 mm – Rare. The camera industry of the 20th century articulates itself around a certain number of super iconic cameras, many of them produced by Leica. The Leica M3, is definitely a major cornerstone in that regards. Introduced in 1954, the Leica M3 sets a new standard for rangefinders … Read moreLeica
leica M3 – 52/99

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Leica I (Mod.A) – 1/99

Germany 1927 – Compact 35 mm – Very Rare. The Leica I, also known as Model A, was introduced at the Leipzig trade show in 1925. It is believed that Oskar Barnack coined the name “Leica” (a fusion of “Leitz Camera”) during his work on this camera. The Leica I marked a revolutionary milestone, emerging … Read moreLeica
Leica I (Mod.A) – 1/99