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Hi

 

Long story, but I somehow wound up with a 35mm 1.4 ASPH Summilux-M (the 11 874 version) and a 35mm 1.4 ASPH Summilux-M (the 11 663 version). The 11874 was my favorite lens, but now I prefer the 11663. I don't need the money right now, and it's not really taking up appreciable space in my apartment, but it seems to be selling for $4000 or so on auction - which is actually more than I paid for it back in the 90's. 

 

Is the general consensus that used lens prices will continue to increase ? Or should I sell it now while I can ?

 

Thanks !

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Hi, Peter

 

You're right, it should be. I scrolled through the list of forums but did not see that. Is it possible for me to move it there or should I kill it and repost it ? 

 

Thanks

Brad

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