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Spare Part: Leica M3

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €1,300 - €1,500

Description: Spare Part: Leica M3 "Black Paint" Housing Leitz, Wetzlar. Original spare part of Leica M3 in black paint, with base plate, shutter speed ring, advance lever, ocular, self-timer lever and screw for rewind knob. Ersatzteil: Leica M3 "Black Paint" Gehäuseschale Leitz, Wetzlar. Original-Ersatzteil, Gehäuseschale Leica M3 Schwarzlack, mit 15 Bodendeckel, Verschlußzeitenring, Transporthebel, Okular, Selbstauslöserhebel und Schraube für Rückspulknopf. Start Price: € 700

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Leica M3 Outfit, 1964

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €600 - €800

Description: Leica M3 Outfit, 1964 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. M3-1097428, single-stroke advance. With 3 lenses: 1) Elmar 2,8/50 mm, no. 1934661. – 2) Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 1562231. – 3) Elmar 4/135 mm, no. 1908439. – In addition: Leica-Meter MR (without battery cap and accessory shoe), Leitz universal case. – Outfit needs attention. Leica M3 Ausrüstung, 1964 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. M3-1097428, Einzelschwungaufzug. Mit 3 Objektiven: 1) Elmar 2,8/50 mm, Nr. 1934661. – 2) Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, Nr. 1562231. – 3) Elmar 4/135 mm, Nr. 1908439. – Dabei: Leica-Meter MR (ohne Batteriedeckel und Schuh), Leitz-Universaltasche. – Ausrüstung benötigt Pflege. Start Price: € 280

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LEICA M3-744 211 35MM CAMERA

by Apple Tree Auction Center

September 11, 2015, 9:00 AM EST

Newark, OH, USA

Description: LEICA M3-744 211 35MM CAMERA

Condition Report: We have endeavored to describe all items to the best of our ability- however THIS IS NOT A WARRANTY. All items are SOLD AS IS. Personal inspection is recommended and welcomed during preview and any time before item is sold. The omission of a condition report in no way indicates the item is without flaws, damage, and age wear. Specific condition questions are welcomed at least 24 hours prior to the start of the auction. Each item's description is independent and should not be used as a precedent to judge other items. If you cannot ascertain the information to bid with certainty, please do not bid. Jewelry and precious metals are not tested. This includes items that are stamped and hallmarked. Precious stones are not tested or removed from mountings to determine carat. Appraisals are attached for some items. THIS IS ALSO IN NO WAY A GUARANTEE. An appraisal is based on one professional's opinion. WE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL EXPRESSED AND OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY WITH REGARD TO ANY SALE MADE THROUGH APPLE TREE AUCTION CENTER. By bidding on the item you agree to any and all of these terms. We have many satisfied, repeat customers and look forward to the opportunity to count you as one. We hope you will consider previewing and attending one of our auctions in person.

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12 Books about Leica

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €300 - €400

Description: 12 Books about Leica 1) Paul-Henry van Hasbroeck, Das große Leica Buch, 1987, 354 pages. – 2) Dr. Paul Wolff, Meine Erfahrungen mit der Leica, 1934, 192 pages. – 3) Ditto, 1939, 244 pages. – 4) 3 books, bound in one: a) Dr. Paul Wolff, My first ten years with the Leica, 1933. b) Kurt Peter Karfeld, My Leica and I, 1937. c) Suow Canvas, 1937. – 5) Volker Albus & Achim Heine, Positionen der Markenkultur Leica (Views of Brand Culture), 2004, 192 pages. – 6) Heinrich Stöckler, The Leica in Professional Practice, 1954, 340 pages. – 7) Willard D. Morgan & Henry M. Lester, The Leica Manual, 1947, 551 pages. – 8) Willi Erb, Vom Mikroskop zur Leica, 1956, 196 pages. – 9) Heinrich Stöckler, Die Leica in Beruf und Wissenschaft, 1941, 384 pages, plus advertisements. – 10) G. Rogliatti, Leica & Leicaflex Lenses, 1980, 163 pages. – 11) C. Emmermann & H. Neumann, Leica-Technik, 1937, 344 pages. – 12) Elisabeth Günther, Leica-Mädel Monika. 12 Bücher über die Leica 1) Paul-Henry van Hasbroeck, Das große Leica Buch, 1987, 354 Seiten. – 2) Dr. Paul Wolff, Meine Erfahrungen mit der Leica, 1934, 192 Seiten. – 3) Dito, 1939, 244 Seiten. – 4) Drei Bücher, zusammen gebunden: a) Dr. Paul Wolff, My first ten years with the Leica, 1933. b) Kurt Peter Karfeld, My Leica and I, 1937. c) Suow Canvas, 1937. – 5) Volker Albus & Achim Heine, Positionen der Markenkultur Leica (Views of Brand Culture), 2004, 192 Seiten. – 6) Heinrich Stöckler, The Leica in Professional Practice, 1954, 340 Seiten. – 7) Willard D. Morgan & Henry M. Lester, The Leica Manual, 1947, 551 Seiten. – 8) Willi Erb, Vom Mikroskop zur Leica, 1956, 196 Seiten. – 9) Heinrich Stöckler, Die Leica in Beruf und Wissenschaft, 1941, 384 Seiten, plus umfangreichem Anzeigenteil. – 10) G. Rogliatti, Leica & Leicaflex Lenses, 1980, 163 Seiten. – 11) C. Emmermann & H. Neumann, Leica-Technik, 1937, 344 Seiten. – 12) Elisabeth Günther, Leica-Mädel Monika. Start Price: € 160

Condition Report: (2–3/–)

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Leica M4-P Blank (Mis-Engraved: 1813–1983)

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €600 - €700

Description: Leica M4-P Blank (Mis-Engraved: 1813–1983) Leitz, Canada. Blank with cover plate and base plate. Mis-engraved: "Leica 1813–1983". Leica M4-P Rohling (Fehlgravur: 1813–1983) Leitz, Canada. Rohling mit Deckkappe und Bodendeckel: Fehlgravur: Leica 1813–1983. Start Price: € 280

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GRP inc Corgi Legends boxed No.HC60409 M3 Half

by Vectis Auctions Ltd

September 30, 2015, 10:30 AM GMT

Stockton on Tees, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £50 - £70

Description: Corgi Legends a boxed group. To include No.HC60409 M3 Half Track, No.HC60602 Cromwell Tank, No.HC60209 Panther Tank, plus others. Conditions are mainly Near Mint to Mint in Excellent to Mint boxes. (6)

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Leitz Literature

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €250 - €300

Description: Leitz Literature 1–2) "25 Jahre Leica Historica" and "30 Jahre Leica Historica". Leica history and screw-mount cameras with military engravings (WWII). – And: 3–5) 3 "Leitz Wetzlar" folders, with brochures and instruction manuals for cameras, accessories and projectors. Leitz-Literatur 1–2) "25 Jahre Leica Historica" und "30 Jahre Leica Historica", Beiträge zur Geschichte der Leica sowie zu Gewindekameras mit Militärgravuren (Zweiter Weltkrieg). – Und: 3–5) 3 Ordner "Leitz Wetzlar", gefüllt mit Prospekten und Anleitungen über Kameras, Zubehör und Projektoren. Start Price: € 140

Condition Report: (2/–)

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Leica I (A), 1930

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €400 - €600

Description: Leica I (A), 1930 Leitz, Wetzlar. No. 35459, original patina, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, shutter sluggish. With lens cape and case. Leica I (A), 1930 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 35459. Original-Patina, Elmar 3,5/5 cm, Verschluß träge. Mit Objektivdeckel und Tasche. Start Price: € 260

Condition Report: (4+/3–4)

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Leica Standard (E) with Accessories, 1938

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €400 - €600

Description: Leica Standard (E) with Accessories, 1938 Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica Standard, no. 277667, chrome, Elmar 3,5/5 cm (without number), mtr, lens hood FISON. (2-/2) – Accessories: Right-angle finder WINTU, rangefinder FOKOS, self-timer APDOO with case, maker's case (not original), 3 filters and lens cap. (2–3/2). Leica Standard mit Zubehör, 1938 Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica Standard, Nr. 277667, Chrom, Elmar 3,5/5 cm (ohne Nummer), mtr, Gegenlichtblende FISON. (2-/2) – Zubehör: Winkelsucher WINTU, Entfernungsmesser FOKOS, Selbstauslöser APDOO mit Etui, Bereitschaftstasche (nicht original), 3 Filter und Objektivdeckel. (2–3/2). Start Price: € 240

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Leitz/Leica Prospectuses, Catalogues and Chronicles

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €400 - €600

Description: Leitz/Leica Prospectuses, Catalogues and Chronicles Approx. 60 documents about Leitz cameras, lenses, accessories, binoculars. Prospectuses, catalogues, chronicles, news. Among them two books by Paul-Henry Hasbroeck about rare and unusual screw-mount and M-Leicas. Have a look! Leitz/Leica-Prospekte, Kataloge und Chroniken Ca. 60 Dokumente über Leitz-Kameras, -Objektive, Zubehör, -Ferngläser. Prospekte, Kataloge, Chroniken, Nachrichten. Darunter zwei Bücher von Paul-Henry van Hasbroeck über seltene und besondere Schraub- und M-Leicas. Ansehen lohnt! Start Price: € 200

Condition Report: (2–3/–)

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Leica IIIc/IIIf Outfit, 1946

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €350 - €500

Description: Leica IIIc/IIIf Outfit, 1946 Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica IIIc converted to Leica IIIf, no. 434366, self-timer, with Summar 2/5 cm, no. 259192, shutter needs attention. – In addition: Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, no. 775402, with 3,5cm viewfinder (chrome), NOOKY optical near focusing device for "Summicron 5 cm", lens cap and cable release. Leica IIIc/IIIf Ausrüstung, 1946 Leitz, Wetzlar. Hochgerüstet aus Leica IIIc, Nr. 434366, Selbstauslöser, mit Summar 2/5 cm, Nr. 259192, Verschlußzeiten alle gleich. – Dabei: Summaron 3,5/3,5 cm, Nr. 775402, mit 3,5cm-Spiegelsucher in Chrom, optisches Naheinstellgerät NOOKY für "Summicron 5 cm", Objektivdeckel und Drahtauslöser. Start Price: € 160

Condition Report: (3–4/4+)

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Leica M4-P Blank with Engraving

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €600 - €800

Description: Leica M4-P Blank with Engraving "Half Frame 18 x 24" Leitz, Canada. Blank with cover plate and base plate. Engraving "Half frame 18 x 24". Leica M4-P Rohling mit Gravur "Half Frame 18 x 24" Leitz, Canada. Rohling mit Deckkappe und Bodendeckel. Gravur: "M4-P Half Frame 18 x 24". Start Price: € 300

Condition Report: (1/–)

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Leitz Chassis, Cover Plates and Base Plates

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €450 - €600

Description: Leitz Chassis, Cover Plates and Base Plates Leitz. 5 chassis (including IIIc, IIf, IIIf), 2 cover plates: IIIf and If and 15 base plates of Leica screw-mount, Leica M and Leicaflex. Leitz Gehäuseschalen, Deckkappen und Bodendeckel Leitz. 5 Gehäuseschalen (verschieden) wie IIIc, IIf, IIIf, 2 Deckkappen von IIIf und If sowie 15 Bodendeckel von Schraub-Leicas, Leica M und Leicaflex-Modellen. – Ansehen! Start Price: € 260

Condition Report: (3/–)

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1950s GERMAN LUFTWAFFE LEICA CAMERA IN LEATHER CASE

by Regency-Superior Auctioneers

September 30, 2015, 11:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $750 - $1,000

Description: Impressive brass and wood-tone construction in leather case. Camera possibly reproduction, but still vintage and is gorgeous piece of equipment! Top panel bears engraved 'Luftwaffe' with aircraft and insignia, and 'Nr173289.' Leather case engraved 'Leica.' Camera very fine, some wear to aging leather case.

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Leica I (A), 1929

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €800 - €1,100

Description: Leica I (A), 1929 Leitz, Wetzlar. no. 15709, dimpled release button, crossbar baseplate latch, winding knob (6,5 mm), Elmar 3,5/50 mm (metric), vulcanite intact, original lens cap. With case ETRIN (Leitz/Leica), rangefinder FODIS (second version) and 3 filters "Elpro" No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 and 2 film cassettes. Leica I (A), 1929 Leitz, Wetzlar. Nr. 15709, Auslöser mit Mulde, frühe Bodendeckel-Verriegelung, flacher Transportknopf (6,5 mm), Elmar 3,5/50 mm (Meter-Skala), Vulkanit einwandfrei, Original-Objektivdeckel. Mit Tasche ETRIN (Leitz/ Leica), Entfernungsmesser FODIS (zweite Version) und 3 Vorsatzlinsen "Elpro" Nr. 1, Nr. 2 und Nr. 3 und 2 Filmkassetten. Start Price: € 450

Condition Report: (3–2/2)

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Leica II with Mirror Housing, 1932

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €400 - €500

Description: Leica II with Mirror Housing, 1932 Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica II, no. 90191, standardized, 1/20 sec., stuck, one screw on cover plate new, everything else in excellent condition. With mirror reflex housing PLOOT, no. 7145 (like new). – And: Extention ring combination with focusing lens mount ZWTOO (for Elmar 5 cm). Leica II mit Spiegelkasten, 1932 Leitz, Wetzlar. Leica II, Nr. 90191, standarisiert, 1/20 Sek. hängt, eine Schraube auf Deckkappe ersetzt, sonst recht guter Erhaltungszustand. Mit Spiegelkasten PLOOT, Nr. 7145 (neuwertiger Zustand). – Dabei: Ringkombination mit verstellbarer Einstellfassung ZWTOO (für Elmar 5 cm). Start Price: € 240

Condition Report: (2-/3–2)

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Leica M1 Olive (Bundeseigentum), 1964

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €5,000 - €8,000

Description: Leica M1 Olive (Bundeseigentum), 1964 Leitz, Wetzlar. Rare M1 olive "Bundeseigentum" (without engraving), body no. 1098132, for 5 + 13,5 cm lenses. (3-/2) – In addition: Elmar 2,8/50 mm, no. 2187663, lens cap. (2/2) Leica M1 oliv (Bundeseigentum), 1964 Leitz, Wetzlar. Seltene M1 oliv "Bundeseigentum" (ohne Gravur – wohl entfernt), Gehäuse-Nr. 1098132, für Objektive 5 + 13,5 cm. (3-/2) – Dabei: Elmar 2,8/50 mm, Nr. 2187663, Objektivdeckel. (2/2) Start Price: € 3000

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by Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers

September 15, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Newmarket, United Kingdom

Description: A small quantity of camera equipment Including: a Leica Leitz Super Elmar-R 1:3.5/15 lens, three other Leitz lenses and a Minolta camera and lens, various sizes. - WITHDRAWN

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Nikkor-Q.C 3,5/13,5 cm (M39)

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €150 - €200

Description: Nikkor-Q.C 3,5/13,5 cm (M39) Nippon Kogaku, Japan. No. 260062, chrome, Leica screw-mount M39, with rangefinder coupling, tripod mount, feet scale. Nikkor-Q.C 3,5/13,5 cm (M39) Nippon Kogaku, Japan. Nr. 260062, Chrom, Leica-M39-Gewinde mit Entfernungsmesser-Kupplung, Stativ-Anschluß, Feet-Skala. Start Price: € 60

Condition Report: (2–3/2-)

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AA Battery Pack for E. Leitz/New York Motor, 1965

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €400 - €600

Description: "AA" Battery Pack for E. Leitz/New York Motor, 1965 Technical Photomation Instruments (TPI), California. Early version, still with "TPI" logo from period before E. Leitz, Inc. purchased the rights, motor for Leica M. Batterie-Halter für E. Leitz/New York Motor, 1965 Technical Photomation Instruments (TPI), California. "AA" Battery Pack für den Remodrive Motor für Leica M. Start Price: € 200

Condition Report: (2-/–)

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Leica Forerunner

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €3,000 - €5,000

Description: Leica Forerunner "Argus" by Francesco Morsolin, 1921 Francesco Morsolin, Torino. Serial no. 357, size 3 x 4 cm on unperforated 35mm rollfilm, with Tessar 4,5/5,5 cm in Compur shutter, 2 spools inside. – Only approx. 500 examples of this model were ever produced. – Excellent condition! – Literature: Marco Antonetto and Mario Malavolti, "Made in Italy", p. 109. Leica-Vorläufer "Argus" von Francesco Morsolin, 1921 Francesco Morsolin, Turin. Serien-Nr. 357, Format 3 x 4 cm auf unperforiertem 35mm-Rollfilm, mit Tessar 4,5/5,5 cm in Compur-Verschluß, mit 2 innenliegenden Spulen. – Nur ca. 500 Exemplare wurden von diesem Modell hergestellt. Sehr gut erhalten! – Literatur: Marco Antonetto und Mario Malavolti, "Made in Italy", S. 109. Start Price: € 1600

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Summar 5 cm and Elmar 50 mm

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €250 - €350

Description: Summar 5 cm and Elmar 50 mm Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Summar 2/5 cm, no. 190288, without mount, with diaphragm ring (fixed on 6,3), front ring black-rimmed, presumably an experimental lens. – In addition: Lens body (tube) with Leica M mount. – And: 2) Elmar 3,5/50 mm, without serial number, lens for Leica I (A), hand-engraved "7,51". Summar 5 cm und Elmar 50 mm Leitz, Wetzlar. 1) Summar 2/5 cm, Nr. 190288, ohne Anschlußfassung, Blendenring vorhanden (fix eingestellt auf Blende 6,3), Frontring schwarz gefaßt, vermutlich ebenfalls eine Versuchslinse. – Dabei: Objektivtubus mit Leica-M-Anschluß. – Und: 2) Elmar 3,5/50 mm, ohne Seriennummer, mit Handgravur "7,51". Start Price: € 180

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1936 OLYMPIC GAMES LEICA CAMERA IN LEATHER CASE

by Regency-Superior Auctioneers

September 30, 2015, 11:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $750 - $1,000

Description: Impressive brass and wood-tone construction in leather case. Camera possibly reproduction, but still vintage and is a gorgeous piece of equipment! Top panel bears engraved 1936 Olympic symbol. Camera very fine, some wear to aging leather case.

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Excellent Ithaca M3A1 Sub-Machine Gun, BATFE

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $6,500 - $9,500

Description: Excellent Ithaca M3A1 Sub-Machine Gun, BATFE "Sales Sample" Registered Machine Gun with Extra Magazines and Components Developed circa 1941-1942, the M3 was inspired by the British Sten SMG. Using the maximum amount of machine stamped components, the M3 could be made significantly faster (and by extension less expensively) than the M1 Thompson. In 1944 the "A1" variant was introduced, further refining and simplifying the design. Though withdrawn from overall service in 1957, the M3A1 was still issued to vehicle crews as late as the First Gulf War, and examples upgraded with modern mounting rails and suppressors are being issued to members of the Philippine Marines. Fixed blade front and peep rear sights, with a combination dust cover and safety on top, a shielded magazine release button on the left side, and the nomenclature, address, and serial number on the magazine well. The grip is stamped in a checkered pattern, with a built-in oiler, a green canvas sling, and a telescoping wire stock that also serves as a loading and disassembly tool. Included with the SMG is an extra barrel, a spare bolt, three extra magazines and one transparent plastic magazine cover. Manufacturer: Ithaca Gun Co Model: M3 BBL: 8 inch round Stock: metal Gauge: 45 ACP Finish: parkerized Grips: Serial Number: 730191 Class: Class III Condition: Near mint with 98% of the parkerized finish showing some light scratches on the barrel and mild handling marks overall. The accessories are in equal condition. Mechanically excellent. NOTE: This item is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco. Firearms and Explosives as a Machine Gun to be used as a Sales Sample; it is not a "fully transferrable" machine gun. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to understand and comply with relevant federal, state and local laws that regulate or forbid ownership of this item.

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U.S. American Optical Company M3 Infra-Red Sniper Scope with Case and Batteries

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,100 - $1,600

Description: U.S. American Optical Company M3 Infra-Red Sniper Scope with Case and Batteries Developed during WWII, the M3 was named a "sniper scope" in official nomenclature to obscure its true function as an early infra-red night scope, capable of spotting targets at over 100 yards and detecting other IR-sources up to a mile away. Mounted on an M1 semi-automatic carbine, the scope could be used by night sentries to detect incoming sneak attacks, and direct outbound machine gun and rifle fire with tracer rounds. Overall dimensions are 16 1/4 inches long and 10 inches tall, with a 5 3/4 inch diameter infrared emitter on top, and Army Corps of Engineers/American Optical Company markings on a sticker on the rear of the emitter and a panel on the right side of the base. In a green painted hardwood case with white stenciled "U.S./SNIPERSCOPE/INFRARED/SET NO.1, 20000 VOLTS" on top of the lid, another Army Corps of Engineers/American Optical tag on the inside, 2 batteries, one mounting bracket and a combination power switch and forward pistol grip. Manufacturer: None Model: None BBL: Stock: Gauge: Finish: Grips: Serial Number: Class: Other Condition: Good plus, showing some mild wear and handling marks overall, scope, emitter and batteries are untested. A nut is absent from the bracket securing the emitter to the main body. An unknown party has written "BAD/IMAGE TUBE" on the rear of the emitter; this statement has not been checked.

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Wiko Standard, 1934

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €1,600 - €2,000

Description: Wiko Standard, 1934 Konrad Köhnlein, Nuremberg. Bakelite subminiature camera for exposures of 13 x 17 mm on 16mm special rollfilm. With Laack Rathenow Meniske 1:11 F=3 cm. Focal plane shutter Z + M. – Literature: McKeown's, 12th edition, p. 536, and Kadlubek, 5th edition, p. 407. – Small "Leica" copy by a small German manufacturer! Very rare! Wiko Standard, 1934 Konrad Köhnlein, Nürnberg. Kleinstbildkamera aus Bakelit für Aufnahmen 13 x 17 mm auf 16mm-Spezial-Rollfilm. Mit Laack Rathenow Meniske 1:11 F=3 cm. Schlitzverschluß Z und M. – Literatur: McKeown's, 12. Auflage, S. 536, und Kadlubek, 5. Auflage, S. 407. – Sehr seltene kleine "Leica"-Kopie eines kleinen deutschen Herstellers! Start Price: € 800

Condition Report: (2/2)

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Meyer Lens Catalogues, 1926 onwards

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €150 - €250

Description: Meyer Lens Catalogues, 1926 onwards 1) "Festschrift: Sieben Jahrzehnte Objektivbau", 1896–1966, cloth binding, excellent illustrations. – 2) Meyer Spezial-Optik für Kleinkameras, Leica Contax, 1934, 20 pages, beautiful cover. – 3) Meyer Photo Optik, 1927, 80 pages. – And: 4–10) Catalogs and price lists, e.g. interchangeable lenses for Exakta, Reflex-Korelle, Primarflex. Optik-Kataloge von Meyer, ab 1926 1) "Festschrift: Sieben Jahrzehnte Objektivbau", 1896–1966, Leineneinband, gut illustriert. – 2) Meyer Spezial-Optik für Kleinkameras, Leica Contax, 1934, 20 Seiten, schöne Titelseite. – 3) Meyer Photo Optik, 1927, 80 Seiten. – Und: 4–10) Kataloge und Preislisten, u.a. Auswechsel-Optik für Exakte, Reflex-Korelle, Primarflex. Start Price: € 80

Condition Report: (2–3/–)

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Dallmeyer, Ross, and Thornton-Pickard Catalogues, 1914 onwards

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €150 - €200

Description: Dallmeyer, Ross, and Thornton-Pickard Catalogues, 1914 onwards 1) Dallmeyer Lenses and Apparatus, c. 1937, 60 pages, e.g. with Super-Six Anastigmat for Leica. – 2) Ross London Lenses & Cameras, c. 1920, 48 pages. – 3) Thornton-Pickard Catalogue, 1914, 112 pages. – 4) Thornton-Pickard Catalogue, c. 1924, 50 pages, incomplete. – And: 5) Thornton-Pickard Reflex Cameras, c. 1932, 16 pages. Kataloge von Dallmeyer, Ross und Thornton-Pickard, ab 1914 1) Dallmeyer Lenses and Apparatus, um 1937, 60 Seiten, u.a. mit Super-Six Anastigmat für die Leica. – 2) Ross London Lenses & Cameras, um 1920, 48 Seiten. – 3) Thornton-Pickard Catalogue, 1914, 112 Seiten. – 4) Thornton-Pickard Catalogue, um 1924, 50 Seiten, nicht ganz vollständig. – Und: 5) Thornton-Pickard Reflex Cameras, um 1932, 16 Seiten. Start Price: € 80

Condition Report: (2–4/–)

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VL2/1967 Ultragon 140°

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €800 - €1,000

Description: VL2/1967 Ultragon 140° Prototype lens by Voigtländer, experimental model, probably never completed, 2 screw-mounts: M39 (Leica mount) and 25 mm Ø back, angle of field 140°, image format approx. 11 mm. VL2/1967 Ultragon 140° Voigtländer-Prototyp, unvollendetes Super-Weitwinkel, Gewindeanschluß M39, mit kleinerem Gewindeanschluß hinten von ca. 25 mm Ø, Bildkreis ca. 11 mm, Bildwinkel 140°. Start Price: € 400

Condition Report: (3-/–)

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LEICA 35MM CAMERA WITH 2 LENSES

by Apple Tree Auction Center

September 11, 2015, 9:00 AM EST

Newark, OH, USA

Description: LEICA 35MM CAMERA WITH 2 LENSES

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Debrie Sept, First Model, 1921

by Auction Team Breker

September 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €300 - €400

Description: Debrie Sept, First Model, 1921 Debrie (Ets. André Debrie, Paris). Spring-motor camera for still, rapid sequence or cine use 18 x 24 mm format, on 5 m cartridge for 35 mm film, lens Krauss Tessar-Zeiss 3,5/50 mm, camera with 2 cassettes, motor working, but shutter stuck. – The Debrie Sept is an early Leitz forerunner. Rare! Debrie Sept, 1. Modell, 1921 Debrie (Ets. André Debrie, Paris). Federwerkmotorkamera für Einzelaufnahmen, Sequenzen und Serien auf 5 Meter 35mm-Film, Aufnahmeformat 18 x 24 mm, mit Krauss Tessar-Zeiss 3,5/50 mm, innen mit 2 Kassetten, Federwerk läuft (aber Verschluß öffnet nicht). – Die Debrie Sept zählt zu den bekannten Leica-Vorläufer-Modellen! Start Price: € 140

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U.S. World War II Remington-Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic Pistol with Shoulder Holster

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: U.S. World War II Remington-Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic Pistol with Shoulder Holster This is an example of a late 1944 production U.S. Model 1911A1 pistol. The slide is marked "REMINGTON RAND INC., SYRACUSE , NY U.S.A." and the "P" firing proof on the top. "FJA" inspector mark is present. The right side of the slide behind the serrations and right side of the frame at the front of the extension have initials "PJG" lightly scratched into the finish. Flannery barrel marked "F" and "P". Keyes Fibre plastic stocks with a General Shaver magazine marked with "G". With an original leather M3 shoulder holster marked "U.S./Enger-Kress", which has a custom added extra suede leather strap attached to the shoulder strap and D ring. Manufacturer: Remington-Rand Model: 1911A1 BBL: 5 inch round Stock: Gauge: 45 ACP Finish: parkerized Grips: plastic Serial Number: 1966637 Class: Curio & Relic Handgun Condition: Very fine with 95% original finish showing scattered light scratches and sharp edge wear. There is an area of cleaning around the serial number. The grips are excellent showing some minor handling marks with sharp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The holster is in excellent condition.

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Scarce U.S.

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Scarce U.S. "Un-Quality" M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine Starting life as a receiver made by Union Switch and Signal that was transferred to the Quality Hardware Company to be built into a full M1 Carbine, this is one of a limited group of M1's bearing the truncated (and unfortunate sounding) "UN-QUALITY" dual makers mark behind the rear sight. Fitted with a "RIA" marked blade front sight and "PI" adjustable rear sight, "3-44" Inland barrel, flat bolt, milled trigger guard, toggle safety and "M/WA" magazine catch. With a low wood "potbelly" M2 type stock, 4-rivet handguard, green canvas sling, oiler and checkered steel buttplate. Fitted with a reproduction M3 style cone flash hider. A unique carbine assembled at an arsenal during the rebuild process where the luck-of-the-draw netted the rarest maker of M1 Carbines during World War II. Comes with one, 15 shot blued magazine. Manufacturer: Un-Quaility Model: M1 Carbine BBL: 18 inch round Stock: walnut Gauge: 30 Carbine Finish: parkerized Grips: Serial Number: 4447719 Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun Condition: Fine as arsenal refurbished with 70% faded, thin parkerized finish, areas of high point and edge wear, some light dings and brown patina on the bolt and trigger guard. The wood is also fine as sanded and oiled with light to moderate pressure indentations and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

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U.S. Auto-Ordnance Thompson M1A1 Sub-Machine Gun, Registered DEWAT with Accessories

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $6,500 - $11,000

Description: U.S. Auto-Ordnance Thompson M1A1 Sub-Machine Gun, Registered DEWAT with Accessories Developed in 1942, the M1A1 is the classic Thompson SMG retooled for faster wartime production. While a number of bells and whistles were deleted for the sake of expediency, the M1A1 retained the Thompson's rock-solid machined steel construction, and was popular with Allied soldiers. While the M3 and M3A1 Grease Gun was intended to displace the Thompson as America's main-line SMG, the M1A1 was the most widely used American sub-machine gun of World War II, and would not be fully out of U.S. service until after Korea and Vietnam. Fixed sights, with the safety and selector switches on the left side of the trigger group, Auto-Ordnance two-line address on the right side of the receiver, Thompson "bullet" logo on top and the three-line military nomenclature on the left, along with "JA" and "GEC" inspector marks and "RIA" and "FK" refurbish stamps. Fitted with a straight forearm, finger grooved pistol grip and a buttstock with a flat steel buttplate. Included with the Thompson is a leather reinforced green canvas carrying case and the book "Thompson Submachine Guns" from U.S. Combat Bookshelf. Manufacturer: Auto Ordnance Corp Model: Thompson M1A1 BBL: 10 1/2 inch round Stock: walnut Gauge: 45 ACP Finish: parkerized Grips: Serial Number: 279947 Class: Class III Condition: Very fine as deactivated, with 95% of the original parkerized finish, showing some covered pitting on the receiver and trigger group, heavy spotting on the right side, and scattered handling marks. Some flecks of white paint are present on the left side of the barrel, forearm and receiver, concentrated towards the muzzle. Wood is very good, with some mild dings and scuffs. Mechanically excellent. The arm has been de-activated by means of a plug welded into the breech, roughly 1/2 inch thick and of unknown composition, and the front of the magazine guide has been hand-marked "CMG". No other welds, cuts or torch marks are externally visible. The case is fair, with the leather knob cover detached but included. NOTE: This item is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives as a Deactivated War Trophy (DEWAT). It is the sole obligation of the bidder to understand and comply with all laws and restrictions which apply in their place of residence. No assurances or guarantees are offered regarding the feasibility, expense, or safety of restoring this M1A1 to firing condition.

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U.S. Inland M1A1 Semi-Automatic Paratrooper Carbine with Rare Experimental Curved Barrel Extension

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,500

Description: U.S. Inland M1A1 Semi-Automatic Paratrooper Carbine with Rare Experimental Curved Barrel Extension Named for their association with America's airborne units, the Paratrooper Carbine was solely made by the Inland Manufacturing Division of General Motors in two identified serial number blocks, with this one falling in the second block. "N" front and adjustable "PI" rear sights, with an Inland barrel dated "10-44", a Type III "JM" bayonet lug, flat bolt, milled trigger guard, "N" flip-switch safety and a "WA" magazine catch. The stock is the later low wood style with an inverted "RA-P" stamp on the right side, Ordnance cannons and "P" on the pistol grip, "RI/3" on the underside, leather cheekpiece with oiler and a cast metal buttplate. With a "1959" dated MRT canvas sling, full-blue "WI" magazine and an unusual barrel attachment. Marked "HF CO" on the base. The device is thick steel construction with a spring-loaded latch assembly for attaching to an M1 muzzle and front sight, and a 9 inch barrel extension with an upward bend of approximately 30 degrees and an internal diameter of roughly 44 caliber. While details are sketchy it is believed that the United States Army experimented with curved barrels after capturing examples of the "Krummlauf Device" for the StG44, there are surviving photographs of similar devices being tested on the M3 SMG. Though not documented, the full-automatic M2 Carbine would be a logical partner for such a device with a Paratrooper-stocked model being especially useful in the Krummlauf's original purpose as a defensive weapon for vehicle crews. Manufacturer: Inland Model: M1A1 BBL: 18 inch round Stock: walnut Gauge: 30 Carbine Finish: parkerized Grips: Serial Number: 6365293 Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun Condition: Very fine with 98% of the arsenal parkerized finish showing some mild wear and handling marks. The stock is very good with some dings on the forearm from the buttplate, mild scuffs on the leather and light wear overall. Mechanically excellent. Minor play is detectable in the extension when mounted, but it is a good fit for the M1A1 carbine.

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MARILYN MONROE IN 1962 AT JFK GALA. BILL RAY SIGNED SILVER GELATIN PRINT. 16X20 INCHES.

by Simon Parr's Auctions Ltd

September 27, 2015, 3:00 PM BST

Wallsend, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £800 - £1,000

Description: BILL RAY: A Black and White silver gelatin later print by world famous photographer Bill Ray of Marilyn singing Happy Birthday to the president on the evening of May 19th 1962. Size: 16x20 inches signed by Bill Ray. Acquired directly from Bill Ray. Included is a letter typed and signed by Bill Ray about his memories of the day when he photographed Marilyn Monroe at JFK's Gala.

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MARILYN MONROE

by Simon Parr's Auctions Ltd

September 27, 2015, 3:00 PM BST

Wallsend, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,250 - £1,750

Description: BILL RAY: A Black and White silver gelatin later print by world famous photographer Bill Ray of Marilyn singing Happy Birthday to the president on the evening of May 19th 1962.Bill Ray was working as a staff photographer for LIFE magazine and was assigned to cover the birthday party for John F. Kennedy on May 19, 1962, ten days before his actual birthday. Many photographers took photos of Marilyn from the front view of the stage, but it was the one taken by the then 26-year-old Ray from an unconventional angle that remains easily recognizable to many. Recalling the occasion and what he did to take his influential photograph, Ray said: "Photographers were free to roam in the beginning, and then, when the evening started to, when the entertainment started to get going, why, it was clear that all of the photographers were gonna be kind of herded behind a rope and rounded up, and that's when I got out of there and started my way up around up in those girders. Luckily I had a 300 millimeter telephoto lens, which was my only opportunity to try to get a picture of the performers. Marilyn in particular, with Kennedy looking up at her. They were gonna harass anybody with the press that was down there in front, that was certain. That's the way it was shaping up. And I just went up far enough and out of the way, far enough that I wasn't bothered.The print is 20X24 inches. Signed by Bill Ray. Acquired directly from Bill Ray. Included is a letter typed and signed by Bill Ray about his memories of the day when he photographed Marilyn Monroe at JFK's Gala.

Condition Report: Finest quality: Museum/Gallery quality standard.

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