Upcoming Auction Saturday, November 12, 2016
Our next Auction will take place on Saturday, November 12, 2016
Featured in Our Upcoming Auction
- 15mm Hologon f8 set in its original box and apparently unused. With 15mm spirit-level viewfinder, Neutral Density filter, and even the complete and blank warranty card.
- 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.
- Leica M2-S Black Enamel. One of approximately 300 black enamel M2 cameras made in one of the last batches in 1965.
- Leica M3 Single-Stroke Black Enamel with modern vulcanite, accurate shutter speeds and a loving patina.
- 33mm Stereo Stemar f3,5 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.
- P. Angenieux 50mm Type S21 f1,5 in Leica screw mount. Very few of these lenses were made in “M39”- perhaps as few as 20 copies. A very rare and highly desirable Paris lens.
- Nikon S2 “dummy” camera with 5cm Nikkor-SC f1,4 “dummy” lens.
- Gowlandflex 4x5 “Glamour Camera” with Komura 210mm viewing lens. A desirable and hard to find studio camera made by hand by Perter Gowland, who was a movie actor and renown Hollywood photographer.
- Leica IIIc Luftwaffen-Eigentum with 50mm Summitar and original ever-ready case. This wartime camera bears the engraving “Fl. No 38079” underneath the ordinary E. Leitz Wetzlar engravings on the top plate, as well as a red shutter curtain.
- Leica M4 Nr. 1294871 KE-7A with 50mm Elcan f2 Nr. 276- 0002 and original lens shade, lens shade cap and E. Leitz New York ever-ready case.
- Nikon S2 with Nikon 35mm Stereo-Nikkor f3,5 with Nikkor Stereo viewfinder. Less than 175 of these stereo lenses were made in 1956, making this one of the rarest production Nikon rangefinder lens ever made.
- Leica I, Nr. 1817. Made in 1926, this is one of the earliest, all-original camera we’ve seen in years. With ratcheted advance, feathered arrow markers, and the original 1920s vulcanite.
- Gundlach-Manhattan Optical Company Korona Panoramic View camera