The London and Bangkok-based businessman, Ken Narula, owns one of the most comprehensive collections of Leica M lenses in the world.
Johnny Dowell, aka King Nerd, is a British artist and designer specialising in bespoke engravings.
going once, going twice – sold! In recent years, the auctioneers at Leitz Photographica Auction in Vienna have witnessed one record result after another.
The upcoming auction in centres on icons of street photography and photojournalism – made possible by the introduction of the Leica camera in the mid-1920s.
Between 1965 and 2009, Leica produced a series of 35mm single-lens reflex cameras: initially under the name of Leicaflex, later in the form of the R-System.
Interesting to collectors from both a technical and culture-historical point of view
unobtrusive, discreet, yet with an air of unequivocal professionalism
Expedition photographer Martin Hartley documented the Catlin Arctic Survey Project with his Leica MP 0.72. The camera – together with a 24mm Elmarit, two limited-edition prints, and a water sample collected at the North Pole – is now up for auction
Introduced in 1967 at the serial number 1175001, the Leica M4 combines the features of the M3 and M3.