$32,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$8Initial Offering Share Price
01/2022Initial Offering Date
In 1996, as the people of Thailand commemorated their popular king’s 50th year of rule, a mere 700 24k gold plated Leica “King of Thailand” edition M6 cameras were produced. A much-endeared monarch to the Thai nation, King Bhumiphol Adulyadej was an artistic monarch known for his painting, sculpture, and photography. #LEICAGOLD is a 1996 Leica M6 Gold ’King of Thailand’ Camera in Condition ‘A’ and is a beautiful, rare edition of what might be Leica’s most esteemed 35mm camera.
“Very simply, the Leica M6 is the most beautifully engineered, most ruggedly built, quietist, sharpest-oh hell, sexiest-camera I’ve ever held in my hands.”— Photographer Frank Van Riper in The Washington Post | June 2001
Ernst Leitz, an engineer that produces microscopes, prepares his first prototype 35mm camera called the UR-leica.
Barnack and Leitz release the Leica 1.
King Bhumiphol is born in Cambridge Massachusetts. He is the first Thai monarch born in the United States, because his father is attending school at Harvard.
Magnum Photos agency is founded by a collection of famous Photographers who are all using Leica cameras and lenses.
The first M6 camera is produced.
700 Golden Thailand Jubilee Celebration M6 cameras are produced to celebrate the 50th year of King Adulyadej of Thailand’s reign. #LEICAGOLD is manufactured.
The last year of the standard M6 production and first production year of the M6 TTL.
The Leica M6 TTL halts production.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #LEICAGOLD and offer it on the Rally platform.
A new Leica M11 has been rumored for a year, leaked pictures of the camera appear on LeicaRumors.com.
Introduced in 1984 and ending it’s run in 2001, the Leica M6 is the longest-produced rangefinder camera the company ever manufactured. The Leica M6 was such a popular camera that it was produced for more than 15 years and 132,000 Leica M6 cameras were issued.Invest Now
|Initial Offering Share Price||$8|
|Number of Shares||4,000|
|Initial Offering Market Cap.||$32,000|
|Rarity||1 of 700|
|Engraving||HM-311, Royal Crest|
|Frame Size||36mm x 24mm|