A huge collection of Leica cameras and accessories!
The lens currently attached is marked Summicron 1:2/50 Leitz Wetzlar. This is a 1.2 f-stop 50mm lens.
The 4th production run was released on August 6, 1958. This Leica M2 camera is a rare example of the early Leica’s. This camera is from the 4th run of M2 cameras in 1958. 6700 total were produced at this time.
The lens currently attached is marked Summicron 1:2/50 Leitz Wetzlar. This is a 1.2 f-stop 50mm lens. Other lenses are listed in the details
The following accessories are part of the collect that is for sale. Not sure if these items will be sold as a package or in groups. These items will also be listed separately on this site.
Leica M2 Serial# 937***
Summicron 1:2/50 Leitz Wetzlar Serial# 235****
Leica light meter MR
Original Leather case.
A.Schacht Ulm Serial# 17**** R-Travenar 1:2,8/90
Elmar f=9cm 1:4 Nr. 126**** Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzler
Summicrom f=5cm 1:2 Nr. 92**** Ernst Leitz Wetzlar
Summicron 1:2/35 Leitz Canada Serial# 261****
Summicron-C 1:2/40 Leitz Wetzlar Serial# 270****
Auto-Takumar 1:3.5/135 Asahi Opt.Co. Lens made in Japan Serial# 36****
Super-Takumar 1:2/55 Asahi Opt.Co. Lens made in Japan Serial# 4694****
Tele-Elmarit 1:2.8/90 Leitz Canada Serial# 287****
Taylor C. ENL. 1:3.5 f=105mm No.FT 46***
Extension tubes Made in West Germany
(The serial has “FT” letters on these, probably “shortcode” for Fujita. The lens is known to be the most compact 135mm lens in m42 mount and have decent IQ.)
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