Leica Family Tree (Leica Stammbaum) now for sale at Christie’s

Leica Family Tree Stammbaum for sale at Christies
The Leica Family Tree (Leica Stammbaum), that was purchased by the Leica Store Manchester last year, is currently being auctioned off at Christie’s in London:

“A history of the Leica camera comprising 107 of the principal models, showing the history of the marque from pre-production models, the screw-fit Leica series, M-series, R-series, to digital models, from c1923 to 2006, mounted as a family tree by model and date of production, on a custom-built display unit, formerly part of the Leica Sölms factory museum.”

The estimated selling price is listed at GBP 350,000 – GBP 450,000 (USD 456,400 – USD 586,800). The auction will run until 14 September, 2016.

Here is a better/more complete version of the Leica Family Tree – the poster is showing the evolution of Leica cameras from the Ur-Leica in 1913 to the M9-P in 2011 (update: a better resolution can be found here):

Poster showing the evolution of Leica cameras from the Ur-Leica in 1913 to the M9-P in 2011

Via Apotelyt

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