Leica HQ's ‘Family Tree' Display is For Sale: 107 Cameras Worth $450,000+
5 years ago - By Peta Pixel
Want one of the coolest and priciest pieces of art for your home or studio? Leica's “Family Tree” camera display will soon be hitting the auction block. The display features 107 cameras arranged in a tree, and is expected to sell for about half a million dollars.
ApoTelyt reports that the “Stammbaum” sculpture starts with the original Ur-Leica from 1914 at the bottom of the trunk and then splits into two main “branches”: one with Leica reflex cameras and one for Leica M rangefinders.
The display, which measures 9.8 feet tall and 7.3 feet wide , has been updated with units of new cameras as...
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