This was the 237th camera of the first batch of 1000 made at the Leitz Midland, Canada Factory in 1952. The lens is from the same year, but is marked Leitz Germany. A flash exposure guide is included, marked "Branch Works: Ernst Leitz (Canada) Ltd., Midland/Ont."
Excellent cosmetic condition. No dents. Light cosmetic wear. Some minor scratches. The leather case shows considerable wear.
MECHANICAL / OPTICAL CONDITION:
Excellent condition. The shutter speeds are accurate, and the rangefinder works properly. The lens has some cloudiness inside. The aperture works properly. The focus is smooth. Small cleaning marks to the front element.
Leica IIIf Red Dial Camera #610237
Leitz Summarit 5cm f1.5 #956268
Original Lens Cap (dented)
Flash Exposure Card
Film take-up spool
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