London, South Kensington
16 January 2001
Fed Type 1 no. 5675
chrome, with a Fed f/2 50mm. lens, in maker's leather ever ready case
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HPR (1994), Leica Copies, p. 320-321.
Condition: 3B(ii)Cosmetic: Light signs of wear. Mechanical: Apparently working. Lenses: Clean and clear, minor handling marks.
An early model without accessory shoe. HPR dates the cameras to 1934-1935.
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