Leica 0-Series No.105 Oscar Barnack Camera

Introduced in 1923, only 23 examples of the Leica 0-Series cameras were ever made. Only a dozen of those survived to present day, and none are more important than No.105. The personal camera of Leica inventor Oscar Barnack, it was used until 1930, stayed in the family until 1960, and recently came up for sale at Leitz Photographica's 20th-anniversary auction, fetching an eye-popping $15,000,000. Heavily patinated, it includes several accessories and features Barnack's name engraved on the Galilean finder.

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