WHO WE ARE


In the heart of the old town of Wetzlar, just a few steps away from the historic shoots which Oscar Barnack took with his "UR"-Leica in 1914, you find a leading address for modern and antique Leica-cameras, -lenses and -accessories. You will be fascinated by a world of Leica at the birthplace of this unique camera.

We stock a wide range of Leica equipment, from the model A of 1925 - up to the actual products. Collectors and users from all over the world are our customers. If you want to buy or to sell - please ask, we will be your competent partner for all Leica-questions!

WHAT WE CAN


We are your qualified partner for rare and unusual Leica-cameras, -lenses and -accessories. Since 1984 we are engaged in the history of the Leica-system. The following small selection shows a few examples of items, we were handling in the past. We buy and sell important Leica-collectibles, do evaluations, arrange repairs and reconditionings, sell your items on consignment or offer you the piece you are looking for.

Leica model A Luxus, 1929

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Leica M3 prototype, 1953

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Leica MP, 1956

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Leica M2 gray, 1960

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Stereo 3,5 cm Stemar f/2.5, 1946

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12 cm Hektor f/2.5, 1949

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5 cm Summarit f/1.4, 1958

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50 mm Noctilux f/1.2 prototype, 1964

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PUBLICATIONS


PROTOTYP LEICA and RARE LEICA

PROTOTYP LEICA

PROTOTYP LEICA

Items from the Factory Museum and other important pieces from the collection of Surat Osathanugrah

by Lars Netopil

-488 pages with 400 large size colour images
-Photographs by Eddie Siu, Graphic- Design by David Pitzer
-Text fully bi-lingual (english/german)
-In 40 chapters the author describes Leica prototypes from the 0-series up to the Leicaflex 18X24
-21X30cm, Hardcover in cloth, with dust-jacket and slipcase

EUR 99,-- per copy
plus shipping-charges

ISBN 978-3000319914

RARE LEICA

RARE LEICA

Property of a European collector

by Lars Netopil

-512 pages with over 600 large size colour images
-Photographs by Wolfgang Sauer, Graphic- Design by David Pitzer
-Text fully bi-lingual (english/german)
- In 35 chapters the author describes rare Leica collectibles from a European collection, from Leica O-Series (1923) up to the Leica M Edition 100 (2014)
-21X30cm, Hardcover in cloth, with dust-jacket and slipcase

EUR 129,-- per copy
plus shipping-charges

ISBN 978-3000461248

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