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Fantastic Collection Of Immaculate Photographica Going Up For Auction

The largest auction house for cameras in the UK has a rather large collection of cameras and rare equipment going up for auction.

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Fantastic Collection Of Immaculate Photographica Going Up For Auction : A Prototype Schneider APO-Symmar f/5.6 150mm Lens


A collection of immaculate Nikon F, Modern Leica M, Modern Hasselblad V series and other very rare equipment is going up for sale in a Fine Photographica Auction taking place on 3 November 2016.

The auction will be held by the saleroom and among the 525 items up for sale is an eye-catching Ihagee Exakta Varex VX Stereflex Camera with an f/2.0 50mm lens and a gold and black prototype Schneider APO-Symmar f/5.6 150mm Lens.


Fantastic Collection Of Immaculate Photographica Going Up For Auction : An Ihagee Exakta Varex VX Stereflex Camera


Estimates start as low as £20-£30 for an Autochrome Colour Plate by Arthur E Morton and rise to £7000-£8000 for a rare Dallmeyer Septac f/1.5 51mm lens.

For more information and to see the full lot list, visit the saleroom website

Recently, a camera that captured, what has to be, the most famous shot of Che Guevara sold at auction for £15000 and the 4th Lecia M3 to come off the 1954 production line was given a guide price of £50-60K

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