An update on the gold-plated Leica M10-P Royal Thai limited edition cameras



An update on the gold-plated Leica M10-P Royal Thai limited edition cameras:

“Twenty two sets of special Leica MP 10-P limited edition with the coat of arms of HM the King will be put on sale. The proceeds will go to Royal charities. The yellow set with lenses will be available for 1.5 million baht per set while the green set goes for 1 million baht each. The announcement was made on Friday after a separate auctions of special Leica cameras and lenses which raised a total of 214 million baht at Sustainability Expo 2022 at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre.”

Hong Kong businessman Terence Cheung paid $667,000 for the golden Leica special edition according to the Bangkok Post:

“Asian love for Leica gear continues unabated. A Hong Kong businessman paid the equivalent of nearly 667,000 US-dollars for a golden Leica special edition at a recent auction in Bangkok, Thailand. For another green version of the special edition combo the businessman forked out further 133’000 dollars, for the total sum of 30 million Thai baht. That’s a proud price for two limited Leica editions that commemorate the coronation of the kingdom’s monarch.” (Theme)

Previous coverage of the gold-plated Leica M10-P Royal Thai limited edition cameras:

Some of the gold-plated Leica M10-P “Royal Thai” limited edition cameras will be auctioned by Christie’s in Bangkok, Thailand

Another new limited edition: gold-plated Leica M10-P “Royal Thai” with matching APO Summicron 50/2 ASPH and Summilux 35/1.4 ASPH lenses

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