This is item is the Leica II BLACK (SN:106524) created in 1933. There were only 1,600 made. The lens (SN:157609) is a Elmar 50mm (~5cm) f/3.5, built in the year 1933. 1300 were made.
The camera body overall is clean and in fair condition. Curtains are in good working condition. There are no wrinkles on either one. There are cosmetic scratches and rub marks on the top and bottom of the body. The coating is faded around the edges of the dials. The viewfinder is in good condition but fading along the viewfinder. The leather on the body has a large crack on the back. Leather is loose because of the crack. There is a dent on the left side of the body. The lens is in good condition and the optics are in good working condition. The leather case has signs of cosmetic wear and tear. The leather has cracks and scratches. The stitching on the top of the case is detached. All other stitiching is good. The strap is in working condition, it has signs of wear, minor cracks and fading. The winding wheel at the bottom of the case has oxidation, but is in good condition. The camera is overall is in working condition. See pictures for more details.