Several classic Leica cameras are up for auction at the Michael’s Camera Museum in Australia

The Michael’s Camera Museum collection in Australia is being put up for auction. They are featuring several classic Leica cameras:

“At around this time an architect and die-hard Leica collector approached my father, as he wanted to sell his extensive Leica collection. My father bought the collection which became the foundation of the world class Leica collection you will find in the following pages of this catalogue. The collection continued to grow and eventually we had more than 3,000 items on display in a superb museum space created for the purpose. A visit was always free, and over the years we hosted many thousands of enthusiasts who visited from interstate and overseas, as well as many members of local historical societies and museum curators.”

Here is the online catalog:

Additional information can be found here.

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