LEICA M4-P "1913-1983"
Leitz/Leica company produced a commemorative model of the Leica M4-P in 1983 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first Leica prototype manufactured by Oskar Barnack.
2,500 cameras were produced with a special engraving on the back of the top cap. The following lenses were produced with special engraving, also: Elmarit-M 2,8/28mm, Summicron-M 2,0/35mm, Summicron-M 2,0/50mm, Summilux-M 1,4/50mm and Tele-Elmarit-M 2.8/90mm. Furthermore, the Winder M4-2 and the universal case ref.no. 14816 were available with special engraving.
In some countries the anniversary model of the Leica M4-P was offered exclusively in sets.
The offered M4-P "1913-1983" is in very good to mint condition and will be delivered including a Leicameter MR-4 in silver chrome!
The slow shutter speeds need adjustment and the viewfinder has the frequently encountered fogging inside.
Total production: 2.500 cameras with special jubilee engraving
Rarity forecast: R5
VAT can not be stated separately due to differential taxation.