Nikkor-Q 135 f/4

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by olleorama, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. olleorama

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    I'm helping a relative (the widow, kind of) with an estate sale, most good stuff are already gone, but I found this enigmatic lens in a lens bubble, serial number is just above #890000, can't remember exactly. It's in pristine condition, and I have the bubble and special cap. Question is, how do I unload it?

    There was one sold on the bay for $600, and another for $207.5. Are there any other ways of selling it to a collector? The apug ads seems to cater more to users, and this is both rare and kind of hard to use.
     
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    Check to see what it is going for on KEH. That will give you a better idea of fair price and condition.
     
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    Not sure how to help, collecting seems to be frowned on here.
     
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    I have quite a collection of stuff. Especially 35mm stuff which frequently can be had for free. The best way to determine the worth of that lens is by an auction. List it on e-bay.
     
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    It seems it could be used for up to 6x9? Weird.