Got an old Leica book last weekend!
I am sure some of you are familiar with it. It's called: The Leica Book, by Theo Kisselbach. It's the english language first edition from 1967 and is in very nice condition with the jacket intact and everything.
It's a fun read I have to say. It talks all about the M series cameras and lenses that were available at that time, but was obviously put together before the M4 since it makes no mention of that body.
It's not a valuable book or anything but it sure is a fun read!
Leica M6 with a 35mm Summicron ASPH, Voigtlander 15, and Canon 90mm. Hasselblad 503CW with 80mm CFE and 120mm Makro-Planar CF. Canon 5D with assorted lenses.
"The Canon might appeal to your inner geek while the Leica might give you a taste for absinthe and a longing to cut off one of your ears." -- Gordon Webster at photo.net