Results from the 29th WestLicht Camera Auction

Here are some of the Leica results from the 29th WestLicht Camera Auction (the next auction will be in November, 2016):

Called out at 30,000 Euro the rarity rose to more than ten times its starting price. The fourth ever produced serial M camera proved to be the top lot at the 29th WestLicht Camera Auction, which took place exactly on the same day WestLicht was founded 15 years ago.

A unique Leica M3D-100, an homage to David Douglas Duncan, which was assembled from original parts of a 1956 M3D specially built for the famous photographer, rose to a magnificent 108,000 Euro (starting price: 30,000 Euro).

A bidder in the room bought the Leica If MS-HK2 “Swedish Military”, which was called out at 8,000 Euro, for the respectable sum of 26,400 Euro.

Having started at 3,000 Euro a Leica M3 olive also rose to 26,400 Euro.

The full list with auction results can be found here.

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