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Leica M6 TTL "Die Letzten 999"
Old 05-15-2019   #1
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Leica M6 TTL "Die Letzten 999"

Regarding the information on the top plate: was it engraved or printed?
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Perhaps this is useful:

http://nemeng.com/leica/002ba.shtml - when scrolling down, it appears that it's 'print' not 'engraved'.
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Hello..printed for sure...I have one..

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