[ROVERNET - UK] SD1 Electric Windows

Ted Holman ted_holman at vintagesuzuki.com
Thu Jul 6 06:08:05 BST 2006

I had use of an M3, well let's say it was several decades ago. After looking 
at the other cameras you have listed I was rethinking how much I have spent 
on my disassembled TC. Hope the sales go well, your listings are very nice 
using auctiva. I am going to sign up for that one. Best of luck.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Glen Wilson" <glenwilson at cavtel.net>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006 7:36 PM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] SD1 Electric Windows

> On Wednesday 05 July 2006 21:16, Ted Holman wrote:
>> Outstanding cameras! I always wondered what a M3 would be worth these 
>> days.
>> Must be hard to part with.
> Ted,
> I've learned a lot about Leica cameras in the past week. I'm guessing the 
> M3
> that I had listed was worth about $1,500 as it was. Possibly more. I have
> seen several on eBay in the $3,000 range, but they don't often sell. 
> Serial
> numbers for the M3 started at 300,000 and went up to just over 1,100,000.
> SN's above 1,000,000 are worth more (maybe $3k ballpark) than your typical
> early camera, supposedly because they were assembled by the most 
> experienced
> assemblers and had the latest features. Slightly earlier cameras that are
> essentially identical are worth somewhat less (maybe $1500). Cameras above
> 1,100,000 are premium cameras that might be worth ballpark $5k although 
> they
> are functionally identical. And then there were 143 cameras of the late 
> type
> that had black-painted bodies, and these are worth like $6k. Go figure...
> Glen
> -- 
> ~ Glen Wilson ~
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