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Lots related to Leica M3 1078651 for sale at auction

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Leica Camera AG

by Deutsche Wertpapierauktionen

July 2, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Wolfenbüttel, Germany

Estimated Price: €20 - €40

Description: Solms, Aktie 5 DM Sept. 1996. Gültige Aktie.Sehr dekorativ, im Unterdruck der Leica-Erfinder Oskar Barnack, eine historischen Fotografie und die Ur-Leica.Mit Kupons. UNC #13550. (4)Gegründet wurde das “optische Institut” bereits 1849 durch Carl Keller, 1869 wurde die Firma an Ernst Leitz verkauft. Umwandlung 1930 in die “Ernst Leitz GmbH” und 1996 in die “Leica Camera AG”. Noch heute eine Renommier-Marke, hergestellt werden Kameras, Objektive, Ferngläser und Projektoren.

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PAIR inc Hornby O Gauge locos a M3 0-4-0 Tank

by Vectis Auctions Ltd

July 10, 2015, 10:30 AM GMT

Stockton on Tees, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £40 - £60

Description: Hornby O Gauge pair of Locomotives consisting of a M3 0-4-0 Tank Loco Southern green No.E126, clockwork together with a No.0 0-4-0 Loco and Tender Great Western green No.2251, clockwork. Fair. (2)

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Lot of 2 Am. Rifle Co. M3 Gen Scope Ring Sets

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions

July 25, 2015, 10:00 AM PST

Irvine, CA, USA

Description: Lot of Two (2) American Rifle Co. M3 Gen Scope Ring Sets, D1''x26 (medium), and D1''x31 (high). Both brand new in original boxes. Retail @ $350/lot. Est.: $200-$250/lot. (Field Time)

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Lot of 2 20th Century Fighting Knives

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions

July 26, 2015, 10:00 AM PST

Irvine, CA, USA

Description: Lot of Two (2) 20th Century Fighting Knives: (1) Post-War F-S knife with 6-3/4'' blade, 11-1/2'' overall, in leather scabbard. Condition is very good. Blade possibly refinished at one point. Elastic strap is separated. (2) Modern version of the M3 fighting knife, with black checkered plastic handle, 6-1/2'' blade, 11-1/2'' overall. In excellent condition. Est.: $100-$200/lot.

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JAPANESE AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION MANUAL

by Alexander Historical Auctions | Alexander Autographs

July 7, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

Chesapeake City, MD, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $150

Description: JAPANESE AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION MANUAL Scarce probable war-date Japanese guide to military aircraft, "Aireview's General View of Japanese Military Aircraft in the Pacific War", 322pp. 8vo., the text entirely in Japanese. Contains 72 pages with multiple photographs of various military aircraft, with an additional 90 pages showing aircraft in side and top silhouette views, with English names. Also present are fold-out cutaway views of an A6 M3 Zero, C6 N1 Myrt, and push-prop Shinden. Very good reference material.

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Lot of 20th Century U.S. GI Web Gear

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions

July 25, 2015, 10:00 AM PST

Irvine, CA, USA

Description: Lot of 20th Century U.S. GI Web Gear, including three (3) 1918 dated mag pouches for Model 1911s; one 1943 dated 1st aid pouch; one 1942 dated M1 Carbine mag pouch; 1945 dated Boyt holster for Model 1911-A1, as well as a WWII pistol belt; WWI 1918 dated leather holster for 1911 pistol and 1918 web belt by Mills; WWII era Tex Tan holster for 1911-A1; 1944 dated Warren Leather Goods holster for 1911-A1. All are in fine to excellent condition. Plus, a WWI era GI holster in fair condition, missing hanger; 1942 dated Boyt holster for 1911 in very good condition, with mild soiling; 1944 dated Milwaukie Saddlery holster for 1911 in very good condition, with mild soiling; WWII era M1 Garand leather scabbard with moderate wear, soiling, scuffs and oil darkening; two post-war leather holsters and one post-war magazine pouch in good condition showing moderate use. Current production brown leather M3 shoulder holster for 1911; one V.L.&A, Chicago, 1920s medium-frame revolver holster in very good condition; left-handed black leather Arvo Ojala quick-draw holster for 7-1/2'' barrel in near excellent condition; and one WWII Boyt 1942 dated holster for 1911-A1 pistol, in near mint condition. Est.: $750-$1,000/lot.

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Misc. Lot of Sportsmen's Items

by Carol Watson's Orange Coast Auctions

July 26, 2015, 10:00 AM PST

Irvine, CA, USA

Description: Misc. Lot of Sportsmen's Items, including pair of WWII era M3 6x30 binoculars by Westinghouse, dated 1942, in good condition, leather case with split hinge; pair of 1960s Japanese 7x35 binoculars, with good optics and in excellent condition, in carrying case; pair of 1960s 10x50 binoculars, in excellent condition with good optics, previous owner's social security number electro-penciled to upper portion, in carrying case; 1918 dated pouch with two late WWI two-tone magazines, in good condition with thinning and toning to magazines, and fraying and discoloration to pouch; early 20th Century brown leather flap holster for medium frame 6'' revolver, in good condition with light scuffs; nickel-plated magazine for Star .32 Auto; blue magazine for .45 ACP Star; five (5) 1911 magazines; several duck calls; Leupold M8 4X scope in fair condition with good optics; two (2) camoflauge game bags; factory 20-round box of Win. 7mm Mauser with 175-grain soft-point bullets, and factory .257 Robts. ammo with 100-grain silver-tip Exp. bullets, both dating from the 1980s; partial box of .25 Auto (48 cartridges), by Remington; partial box of .35 Whelan cartridges, with five live rounds and 15 once-fired brass; box of 28 ga. shotgun shells, #8 shot; box of 20 ga. shotgun shells, #7-1/2 shot; two (2) pre-war boxes of Western .32-20 Win. ammo 50-rounds each; and one pre-war 50-round box of .32 Long Colt, by Western; good selection of Power Pac chokes, plus misc. All in good condition. Est.: $250-$450/lot.

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MARILYN MONROE

by Simon Parr's Auctions Ltd

July 19, 2015, 2:00 PM BST

Wallsend, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,500 - £2,000

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.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 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.

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

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