The Leica IIIc is a 35mm rangefinder camera introduced by Leica in 1940. It was made of aluminum, with chrome-plated brass top plate, base plate and knobs. Some had grey paint finish due to the lack of chrome during the war.
The Leica IIIc was built from 1940 to 1951 (serial numbers 360,101-525,001), with approx. 131,000 units produced.
The Leica IIc (1948-1951, 440,001-451,000) was a IIIc without the slow speeds dial. The Leica Ic (1949-1951, 455,001-562,800) was also based on the IIIc chassis, without the rangefinder and the slow speeds dial.
The camera with lens and cap.
Cosmetic: Overall good condition, with some signs of use.
Optical: Free from haze/fungus/scratches.