Schönes Summilux der ersten Baureihe.
Who doesn't like the goggles too much should be aware that this M3-version
has close focus ability down to 0.65m, whilst the even more expensive M2-version
only goes to 1m...
Condition see pics, nice aperture click stops, smooth focussing, body without scuff marks.
There is some dust inside as expected, but no scratches, cleaning marks, no haze, no mold, no oil on blades.
The goggles have some faint marks on the outer glass, but are clear to look through.
I am in Spain, and every four weeks in Germany.
Insured shipping at cost.
EU sales preferred!
Spreche auch Deutsch. También hablo Español.
My father=in-law had a M3 engraved by Leica with his name in the late 50's early 60's. His name was James Herbert Elliott. He went by Herb Elliott so I'm not sure how it was engraved. He was the first photographer to work at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway after it reopened after WW2. I would love to find this camera as a gift to his family. Please let me know if you have any information regarding this camera. I checked with Leica and their records don't go back to the 50's and 60's for engraved cameras.
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