Sylvester Stallones Leica M9 and 35 Summarit Lens (sort of) for sale..


Sylvester Stallones Leica M9 and 35 Summarit Lens (sort of) for sale..

Had a few e-mails informing of this e-bay auction for a Leica M9 used ONCE in the film “Expendables II” by Sylvester Stallone. I am posting this not because it comes with a manual signed by Stallone, but because with 1 day to go the M9 and 35mm Summarit lens is only up to $4600 so someone may get a deal here. This is an unused in box M9 with a lens, so value should be around $6000-$7000 without it being signed by a celebrity. For fans of Stallone it also comes with his signature and a DVD of the movie it was used in, Expendables II. You also get his brother Franks signature 🙂

You can check out the auction HERE if interested. 



You can check out the auction HERE if interested. 


  1. Rumor has it that there was a deleted scene from the film whereby he deflected a 7.62 bullet off the camera and then swung it by the strap to crush some villian’s head.

    Didn’t famed Rock photographer Jim Marshall once use one of his Leicas to bash someone who was attacking him?
    “Yo dude. Cool scar there on your forehead. Does that little circular mark say ‘Leica’?”

  2. Too funny. Two big brand names trading off each other. Coming next the Stallone Leica special edition, comes in Black and green Camo top and bottom plates with ‘grenade’ leather body grip,and presentation brick.

  3. Why wasn’t this auctioned for charity? Frankie is trying to ride on his bro’s celebrity . . . really sad . . he should be renamed “Fredo” and taken out to the middle of a lake somewhere . . .

    $6300 and counting – not bad for M9 and a 35 Summarit.

  4. At the moment, 6 hours to go, it is at $6100. It will go higher. With ebay, the serious buyers literally wait until the last seconds to move in.

    Seeing a new M-E is $5450, unmolestered and with warranty, this is no longer a decent buy.

  5. Did anyone ever see any pictures he has ever taken with this thing? I am more interested in that! Lets see the artwork!

  6. Steve, the serious bidders come in during the last ten seconds on eBay. This will be fun to watch! Phil

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