The British Journal of Photography reports that a rare 0-series Leica was auctioned off for $1.9 million.
Originally created in 1923, the Leica is the most expensive camera ever sold at an auction.

The British Journal of Photography reports that a rare 0-series Leica was auctioned off for $1.9 million.

Originally created in 1923, the Leica is the most expensive camera ever sold at an auction.

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    $1.9 MILLION DOLLARS. One of the photos I saw at the Met this past weekend had a Leica camera in the frame. These...
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    absolutely classic design.
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