In the course of the grand opening of the new Leica complex in Wetzlar, WestLicht Auction House will be holding a unique auction in collaboration with Leica Camera AG.
On 23 May 2014, visitors will be able to bid on 100 rare Leica treasures from different time periods of technical development, as well as 100 photographic prints.
Touching on the entire history of Leitz and Leica, the catalogue ranges from an extremely rare telescope constructed by Carl Kellner in 1852, to modern rarities
such as a Leica I Mod A with Anastigmat lens (the first commercially produced model); the original Luxus Leica; a Leica 250 with electric motor drive; a Leica Gun camera; a prototype of the Leica M3; a black Leica MP; as well as cameras formerly used by famous Magnum photographers. This is followed by 100 lots of Leica-related photographs, including original prints from the legacy of Oskar Barnack, and extremely rare vintage prints by some of the most famous Leica photographers.
To attend the auction, please register at email@example.com
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