More Leica auction results from the 32nd WestLicht Camera Auction

With the new world record price of 2.4 million Euro (2 million hammer price plus premium) the Leica 0-series no. 122 is the World’s most expensive camera to date. The Leica 0-series had started at a price of 400,000 Euro and rose to a result 6 times higher. The previous record holder, a Leica 0-series with no. 116, was also auctioned at WestLicht in 2012 for 2.16 million Euro.

Here are some results from the auction:

This Leica MP-89 black paint camera from the collection of Jim Jannard (founder of Oakley and RED) climbed from a starting price of 120,000 to 456,000 Euro.

A Leica MP-2, the first camera with electric motor drive, changed ownership for 432,000 Euro.

More auction results:

Via Westlicht

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