Leica Prototypes Featured at Auction

Rare Camera Auction Features Leica & Nikon Collectibles

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New Haven, CT (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Stan Tamarkin Rare Camera Auctions will feature 317 lots of Leica, Nikon, and Zeiss collectibles on December 8, 2013. “Featured will be a prototype Leica M4-2 Safari outfit and a very rare Leica M4 KE-7A with a mis-engraving,” said Stan Tamarkin, Leica specialist for over twenty-five years and owner of Tamarkin Rare Camera Auctions.

Other notable camera lots include two 50mm Noctilux f1.1 lenses, E. Leitz Canada prototypes lenses, a grey military Leica IIIc(K), rare Nikon rangefinder reflex housings, and other rare collectibles. For a full catalog of auction items visit: http://www.tamarkinauctions.com

-Vintage Leica & Nikon Collectibles Auction on December 8, 2013
-Featuring Extremely Rare Leica Prototype Models
-317 Lots of Rare Camera Collectibles from Nikon, Zeiss & Leica

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Bidding will be by fax, mail, telephone, and floor bidding, and rare camera enthusiasts will also be able to bid on-line. The rare camera auction will take place at the company’s Woodbridge, Connecticut showroom. The entire catalogue is on-line at http://www.tamarkinauctions.com and also instructions for bidding on-line or by fax in both Japanese and Chinese.


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http://www.tamarkinauctions.com/current-auction/ Leica M4-2 Safari Prototype

Leica M4-2 Safari Prototype Outfit Nr. 1531391, with 35mm Summicron-M f2 Nr. 3018525 Safari and 50mm Summicron-M f2 Nr. 2985829 Safari. All mint, an extremely rare and desirable outfit. Only a few prototypes of the M4-2 Safari were made.