Upcoming Auction Saturday, November 12, 2016
Our next Auction will take place on Saturday, November 12, 2016 — contact us for more infomation and to receive the new catalogue as soon as it is ready
Featured in Our Recent Auction
- 15mm Hologon f8 set Nr. 5736193 in its original box and apparently unused. With 15mm spirit-level viewfinder, Neutral Density filter, and even the complete and blank warranty card.
- 50mm Noctilux f1,2 Nr. 2255059. Complete with #12503 lens shade, Series VIII UVa filter with display container and caps in original box.
- Three 50mm “Rigid” Summicron f2 lenses, sequentially numbered.
- A pair of Leica M4 Black Chrome cameras, made in Wetzlar and sequentially numbered. Complete in their original boxes.
- The Hegelein Watch Camera, Nr. 381891 (81891). This is the fourth known example in the world. A very rare and important piece of photiographic history.
- Nikon 2000mm Reflex-Nikkor f11 Mirror lens Nr. 200323, in Nikon F mount, complete with leather lens cap in its original case, and with AY-1 tripod mounting unit in fitted wooden case. The rarest Nikon production lens.
- HANSA Canon Nr. 2468 on baseplate; mount Nr. 684. With 50mm Nikkor f3,5 (unnumbered). Canon’s first rangefinder camera model.
- Leica M4 Nr. 1266593 Black Enamel, engraved “Carter Tomassi” on rear. Mr. Tomassi photographed with this Leica M4 camera extensively in and around Atlanta, Georgia in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
- Three Leica M2 cameras, sequentially numbered, with three 50mm “Rigid” Summicron f2 lenses, also sequentially numbered.
- Leica M2-S Nr. 1130289 Black Enamel. One of approximately 300 black enamel M2 cameras made in one of the last batches in 1965.
- Leica M3 Single-Stroke Nr. 1038966 Black Enamel with modern vulcanite, accurate shutter speeds and a loving patina.
- 33mm Stereo Stemar f3,5 Nr. 1124011 screw mount with M adapter, M rear cap, Stemar lens shade OIGEO, Stemar Prism Nr. 1016 OIMPO, 33mm Stemar Bright-Line finder OIDYO, and Stemar Viewer OTHEO.