28/3.5 Type R11, black 35/3.5 Type X1, black 35/2.5 Retrofocus R1, black 50/2.9 Type S2 collapsible, chrome, focusing tab, for Gamma 50/1.5 Type S21, black and chrome 90/1.8 Type P1, black 135/3.5 Type Y2, black
Colinar 8.5cm f/2
Colinar 13.5cm f/3.8
Tele-Colinar 13.5cm f/3.8
Tele-Snowva 13.5cm f/3.8
An incredibly long Fern-Achromat TE-N/PL 16/925mm f/16 has been sold by Auction Breker Köln on 01/10/2005. It was mounted on a reflex housing looking like the Astro Identoskop. A table engraved indicated the other lenses:
LR-T/PL 2.7/420mm LR-T 4/480mm TE-N 11/600mm TE-N/PL 16/925mm EX-T 22/1250mm EX-T/PL 32/2000mm
Astro Berlin seems to have made some lenses with a genuine Leica mount. Today, many sellers are adapting Astro lenses to the Leica mount, often assembling them with the rear barrel of a 50/3.5 Elmar.
55/1.8 Pan-Tachar, chrome, coupled
75/2 Gauss-Tachar, black and chrome, coupled
125/2.3 Pan-Tachar, black and chrome, coupled
150/2.3 Astro-Portrait, black and chrome, heavy tripod collar, with Identoskop reflex housing (seen at ebay)
400/5 Fernbildlinse, black, with Identoskop reflex housing, huge ring around the barrel (lp-foto auction #7)
Bausch & Lomb
3in/2 EF Anastigmat, black, rangefinder coupled (observed for sale by a dealer saying that it is an original mount)
28/3.3 Angulor, chrome (sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005, see also this page at Syarakuse)
50/3.5 Flor (collapsible), chrome (see this page at Syarakuse)
50/2.8 Flor (collapsible), chrome (sold at Westlicht Auction on a Gamma body, 23 May 2003, see also this page at Syarakuse)
50/1.5 Flor, chrome or chrome and black (sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005, see also this page at Syarakuse) 55/1.5 Flor, chrome (see this page at Syarakuse)
75/2.8 Flor, chrome and black (see this page at Syarakuse)
90/2.8 Flor, chrome (see this page at Syarakuse)
145/4.5 Télé, chrome (online auction) Links
Berthiot lenses for Leica at the Syarakuse
Canon 39mm screw lenses
Corfield 39mm screw lenses
type 0: all chrome, only on the first 50/3.5 Lumar
type I: chrome and leatherette
type II: black with wide chrome stripes (like the Enna lenses of the same period)
type IIb: black with thin chrome stripes and one chrome ring
35/3.5 Retro-Lumax (I)
45/1.9 Lumax (I,II)
45/2.8 Lumax (I)
45/3.5 Lumax (I)
50/3.5 Lumar, 1953 (0)
50/3.5 Lumar-X, 1955 (I)
50/2.8 Lumax (II)
50/2.4 Lumax (II)
50/1.9 Lumax (II)
90/2.8 Tele-Lumax (II)
95/2.8 Lumar (II)
100/4 Lumar, 1957 (I)
135/3.5 Tele-Lumax (I)
135/2.8 Tele-Lumax (II)
2"/1.9 Super-Six, all chrome, collapsible with focusing tab
85/2 Dallac, chrome and black, C&P logo on the barrel
13.5cm f/4.5 Dalrac, chrome and black, exists with knurled or milled aperture ring, C&P logo on the barrel, seen with a Reid military engraving on the other side of the barrel
4"/5.6 Dallon, Tele-Anastigmat, black but one chrome ring, maybe uncoupled
12"/4.5, black, rangefinder coupled, direct vision finder attached to the mount
12"/5.6 Dallon, for Visoflex
24"/5.6 Dallon Tele-Anastigmat, with rifle stock, for Visoflex
A 12"/7.7 Dallon Tele-Anastigmat has been offered for sale at ebay with a Dallmeyer prototype reflex housing.Elionar
An Elionar Anastigmat 5cm f/3.5 collapsible lens is known in Leica screw mount. It was made for the Sonne Italian Leica copy.
85/1.5 Ennaston, chrome, black tripod collar at the baseFuji lenses for Leica
Cristar 5cm f/2
Fujinon 3.5cm f/2, chrome
Fujinon L 5cm f/2.8, black and chrome
Fujinon L 5cm f/2, black and chrome
Fujinon 5cm f/1.2, chrome, later black, also in Nikon mount
Fujinon 10cm f/2, black and chrome
50/2 Eptamitar, collapsible, all chrome, focusing tab
A lens marked Dr Hensoldt Optik Wetzlar 1:1.8/f=55 1057 PROTO in a rigid chrome mount has been seen at an ebay auction. An identical lens with s/n 1089 was sold at Christies (8 June 1995) mounted on what was advertised as a Leica Standard copy, with no more precision.
The Isco Westar 50mm f:3.5, rigid with chrome finish, was the standard lens mounted on the prototypes of the Recta, a rangefinder variant of the Rectaflex. Kilfitt
Kilfitt lenses had a set of adapters, to attach them on various lens mounts, among them Visoflex.
Kilfitt lens with a fixed 39mm screw mount, rangefinder coupled:
90/3.5 Kilar D, chrome, s/n 212-XXXX
Industar-26m 1:2.8/52mm (or made by FED?)
Industar-23U enlarger lens
Industar-96U-1 enlarger lens
more Industar lenses on 
Jupiter-3 1:1.5/50mm (Jupiter lenses were copies of the Zeiss Sonnar series)
Jupiter-12 2.8/35mm (made by LZOS for KMZ)
47/2 Ektar, small focusing wheel, standard lens for the Kardon, same as the Retina or Bantam Special lens 50/2.8 Ektanar
K.O.L. Xebec and Sun Xebec 5cm f/2
Sun Sophia 5cm f/2
Sun 5cm f/3.5 collapsible lens
Sun Sola 7.5cm and 7.3cm f/3.5 lenses
Prominar 7.5cm f/3.5 and 7.3cm f/3.5
Hectar 7.5cm f/3.5
Sun Sola 9cm f/4
Sun Telephoto 13.5cm f/3.8
Sun Telephoto 13.5cm f/3.5Sankyō Kōki / Komura
Made by Sankyō Kōki, alias Komura.
28/3.5 W-Komura, black and chrome, hood, "Sankyo Kohki Japan" on beauty ring
35/3.5 W-Komura, black and chrome, no maker mark on beauty ring
35/2.8 W-Komura, black and chrome, focusing tab, "Sankyo Kohki Japan" on beauty ring
35/2.8 Komura, black with wide chrome stripes, focusing tab
80/1.8 Komura, black with wide chrome stripes, "Sankyo Kõki Tokyo" on beauty ring
80/1.8 Tele-Kinegon, black w/chrome front and mount, "S.K. Japan" on beauty ring
Note: The 2 80/1.8 lenses are optically identical and are cosmetically the same except for the beauty ring and focus barrel (black for the Tele-Kinegon and mixed black and chrome for the Komura).
80/3.5 Komura, black and chrome, "Sankyo Kõki Tokyo" on beauty ring
105/3.5 Komura, black w/chrome mount, "Sankyo Kõki Japan" on beauty ring
105/3.5 Komura, black w/chrome front and mount, "Sankyo Kõki Tokyo" on beauty ring
105/3.5 Komura, black and chrome, "Sankyo Kõki Tokyo" on beauty ring
Note: The 3 versions of the Komura 105mm f3.5 appear to be optically identical
105/2.8 Komura, version 1: black w/chrome front and mount, "Sankyo Kõki Japan" on beauty ring
105/2.8 Komura, version 2: black w/chrome aperture ring and mount, "Sankyo Kohki Japan" on beauty ring
Note: The 2 versions of the Komura 105mm f2.8 are not the same physical length and, therefore, must be optically different. Version 2 is longer, and, at common focus distances, its front element is farther from the film plane than is version 1's.
105/2.5 Komura, black with chrome mount, finder, hood, "Sankyo Kohki Japan" on beauty ring
105/2 Komura, black with chrome mount, finder, hood, "Sankyo Kohki Japan" on beauty ring
135/3.5 Komura, all chrome, "Sankyo Optical Works Ltd." on beauty ring
135/3.5 Komura, black with chrome mount, "Sankyo Kõki Japan" on beauty ring
Note: The chrome and black versions of the Komura 135mm f3.5 are optically different. At common focus distances, the front and rear elements of the chrome version sit closer to the film plane than do the black version's.
135/2.8 Komura, black with chrome mount, "Sankyo Kohki Japan" on beauty ring
200/4.5, all chrome
500/7, black with one chrome ring, breaks in two parts for transport (for Visoflex?)
Jupiter-11 4/135 (see  A. Klomp)
Konishiroku and Konica See Konishiroku lenses in Leica screw mount for the lenses made by Konica's predecessor Konishiroku in the 1950s:
Hexar 50mm f/3.5 (collapsible)
Hexanon 50mm f/1.9
Hexanon 60mm f/1.2
various experimental or adapted lenses detailed in the main article
See Konica lenses in Leica screw mount for the lenses made by Konica in the 1990s:
50/2.4 Hexanon (collapsible)
Koristka The Italian optical company Koristka, based in Milano, made a Victor 5.5cm f/3.5 lens in Leica mount for the Gamma, an Italian Leica copy. It is marked F.lli KORISTKA for "Fratelli Koristka".
Kowa See the main article on Kowa lenses for other cameras.
Kowa made two or perhaps three lenses in Leica screw mount, in very small quantities:
Prominar 35mm f/2.8, black and chrome, surely the same lens as on the Kallowide
Prominar 100mm f/2, black and chrome
Prominar 200mm f/2.8, black and chrome, for use on a reflex housing, announced but perhaps never sold
Kristall A Kristall Krinar Anastigmat 50mm f/3.5 collapsible lens is known in Leica screw mount. It was made for the Kristall Italian Leica copy.
Kyōei / Acall Made by Kyōei under the Acall brand.
35/3.5 W-Acall, black and chrome, looks the same as Komura and Telesar
35/2.8 W. Acall Kyoei
Mt.Song Kanwa Nobi Nobita Co.Ltd
Located in Zhengzhou city and has a branch in Beijing,China,founded by two hobby amateur L39 fans with enterprising firm culture,Whose famous product Songshan-1 50mm f2.8 and Songshan Super 35mm f4 lens enriched the L39 lens' spectrum,especially expanded the Chinese traditonal optical industry's confine.Which merit the reward as successor of the collapsed state owned corporations and factories,to brace the current China's rangefinder lens producing plate.Leica
Leica Summicron 1:2/35 mm ASPH
Leica Summicron 1:2/50 mm
Leica Summilux 1:1.4/50 mm
Ernst Leitz Elmar f=9cm 1:4
Anastigmat 50mm f/3.5Meyer
Meyer made some lenses in 39mm Leica screw mount at an early date, mostly before World War II. They are marked Hugo Meyer.
3.5cm f/2.7 Makro-Plasmat, chrome with black ring (see this page at Syarakuse)
4cm f/4.5 Weitwinkel Doppel Anastigmat, chrome, not coupled, marked Ohne Kupplung (eBay auction)
1 5/8" f/1.5 Kino-Plasmat, all chrome (sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005)
5cm f/2.7 Makro-Plasmat (collapsible), chrome (see this page at Syarakuse)
5cm f/1.9 Primoplan (collapsible), chrome (see this page at Syarakuse)
5cm f/1.5 Kino-Plasmat, chrome (see this page at Joe's blog)
7,5cm f/1.5 Kino-Plasmat, black and chrome, rangefinder coupled, uncoated, known serials in the range 580xxx-583xxx
80/1.9 Primoplan, black and nickel (see this Auction Team Breker auction)
10.5cm f/2.7 Makro-Plasmat, black and chrome, rangefinder coupled (sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005, see also this page at Syarakuse)
10.5cm f/4.5 Trioplan, black and chrome, rangefinder coupled (eBay auction)
15cm f/5.5 Tele-Megor, chrome, not rangefinder coupled, marked Ohne Kupplung (eBay auction)
250/5.5 Tele-Megor, black with chrome rings, rangefinder coupled (sold at Westlicht Auction 29 May 2005), external finder (chrome) marked 25cm
Chiyoda Kōgaku/ Minolta
Chiyoda Kōgaku, later renamed Minolta, made a range of Leica screw lenses for its Minolta 35 series camera, a Leica copy made between 1947 and 1958. Chiyoko is a shortened version of the name (CHIYOda KOgaku):
3.5cm f/3.5 Rokkor, chrome, 4 elements/3 groups, marked "CHIYOKO"
3.5cm f/1.8 Super Rokkor, black and chrome (?), 6 elements/ 4 groups
45mm f/2.8 Super Rokkor, chrome, 5 elements/3 groups, marked "Chiyoko"
50mm f/4.5 Rokkor, chrome, marked "Chiyoko", prototype only
5cm f/2.8 Super Rokkor, chrome, 5 elements/3 groups, marked "CHIYOKO"
5cm f/2 Super Rokkor, chrome, 7 elements/4 groups (Summitar type), marked "CHIYOKO"
5cm f/1.8 Super Rokkor, black, 6 elements/5 groups, marked "CHIYODA KOGAKU"
8.5cm f/2.8 Super Rokkor, chrome, 5 elements/3 groups, marked "Chiyoko"
10cm f/3.5 Super Rokkor, black and chrome, 5 elements/ 4 groups
11cm f/5.6 Tele Rokkor, black and chrome (all chrome also made), 4 elements/2 groups, marked "Chiyoko"
13.5cm f/4 Tele Rokkor, chrome, 4 elements/3 groups, marked "Chiyoko"
Minolta also made a special macro lens in that mount at the time of the Rokkor SLR lenses:
50/3.5 QF-Rokkor macro lens, not rangefinder coupled, part of the Minolta MC/MD lens system
Minolta's last screw mount lens was made in a limited edition:
28/3.5 G-Rokkor, chrome, 2000 made, 1998, same lens as for the Minolta TC-1
Misuzu Kōgaku The Altanon 5cm f/2, ostensibly made by Misuzu Kōgaku, was mounted on the Alta camera made by the same company. It was actually a rebadged version of the Tanar 5cm f/2 by Tanaka. An Altanon 5cm f/3.5 was also announced but perhaps never sold; it was certainly a continuation of the Lena-Q.C and Reise-Q.C.
MS Optical R&D Also named Miyazaki Kōgaku, this company makes:
MS-Mode-S 50/1.3 lens, for both Leica and Nikon S; see MS Optical R&D.
MS-Mode-AH Apoqualia 50/3.5 lens, for Leica; see MS Optical R&D.
National Opt Co Made by National Optical Company, based at Leicester,England, NOC was a 'daughter company of Taylor,Taylor & Hobson which was also located in Leicester and created to deal with high product demand during WW2..
2"/2 Anastigmat, collapsible, focusing tab, all chrome,is based on the "Speed Panchro" design of Horace W. Lee (of Leicester)and looks similar to the collapsible Taylor & Hobson 2"/2 Anastigmat which was the standard lens fitted to the Reid camera.They use a similar barrel and focussing mount made by Cook & Perkins, but it is not a "clone" of this lens and is more akin to the T,T,& H Amotal. All known serial numbers start 354xxx, the last 3 digits (xxx) being engraved on the lens barrel of each lens.Could this mean that each lens cell was indiviually matched to a barrel?.One unusual feature of the National Optical Co.2"/2 Anastigmat is that unlike most camera lenses with depth of field scale the N.O.C has a central depth of field index of "0" rather than the usual plain index mark.
British and U.S.patent numbers are engraved on each barrel.
105/3.5 Trinol Anastimat, chrome and black, or black with chrome mount, mount marked Stewartry and Made in Scotland, with Stewartry zoom frame finder
The Trinol lens head is made by National Optical Company and marked as such in fine print, but has no maker marking
Nicca-L.C 5cm f/3.5, all chrome, collapsible
Nippon Kōgaku Made by Nippon Kōgaku, predecessor of Nikon.
25/4 W-Nikkor C, all chrome, focusing tab
28/3.5 W-Nikkor C, all chrome, focusing tab
35/1.8 W-Nikkor C, black and chrome, focusing tab
35/2.5 W-Nikkor C, all chrome or chrome with black front ring, focusing tab
35/3.5 W-Nikkor C, all chrome or chrome with black front ring, focusing tab
50/1.1 Nikkor-N, black and chrome
50/1.4 Nikkor-S C, all chrome or chrome with black front ring
50/1.5 Nikkor-S C, all chrome
50/2 Nikkor-H C (collapsible), all chrome
50/2 Nikkor-H C (rigid), all chrome or chrome with black front ring
50/3.5 Nikkor-Q C (collapsible), all chrome
50/3.5 Nikkor-Q C (rigid), all chrome, focusing tab
50/3.5 Micro-Nikkor, chrome and black
85/1.5 Nikkor-S C, black with chrome mount, tripod screw
85/2 Nikkor-P C, black or all chrome
105/2.5 Nikkor-P C, black
135/3.5 Nikkor-Q, black or all chrome
135/4 Nikkor-Q C, all chrome
3.5cm/3.5 Minor, chrome
Olympus / Zuiko See the main article Zuiko 4cm f/2.8 for Leica.
Zuiko 4cm f/2.8, all chrome
Some examples of the Zuiko 50/1.5 wartime X-ray lens reportedly appeared on the Japanese market after 1945, remounted in Leica screw mount by third-party workshops. See Zuiko.
Orion / Supreme See the main article on Supreme lenses.
Universal Supreme 5cm f/3.5, all chrome, collapsible
Orion Seiki Supreme 3.5cm f/3.5, all chrome
Orion Seiki and later Miranda Camera also made the Mirax reflex housing in 39mm screw mountPam 105/4.5 Britar, all chrome, with Pam optical finder
43/1.9 SMC-Pentax-L Special, 800 made in chrome and 1200 in black, year 2000, same as the SLR lens
Reise The Reise-Q.C 5cm f/3.5 collapsible lens made by Reise was mounted on the Chiyoca camera (see the description there).
Riken / Ricoh Riken, predecessor of Ricoh, announced the Riken No.1 Leica-type 3×4cm camera in 1938; its Riken 50mm f/3.5 lens perhaps had an interchangeable Leica mount, but nothing is confirmed so far. The camera was finally released as the Gokoku; it normally has a fixed lens, but at least one example is known with a Leica-mount Ofunar 50mm f/3.5, which was perhaps not made by Riken but by Tomioka or Ōfuna. Finally, the Neutar 50mm f/3.5 lens mounted on the Ricohl IIB normally has a slightly different screw mount, incompatible with the Leica, but at least one example is known in standard Leica mount. See Gokoku and Ricohl for these three lenses.
In the late 1990s, Ricoh made two lenses in Leica screw mount, in limited editions:
21/3.5 GR, 1000 made in chrome and 700 in black, 1999, same lens as the Ricoh GR-21
28/2.8 GR, 2000 made in chrome and 1000 in black, 1997, same lens as the Ricoh GR-1
35/2.8 Heligon, all chrome
Roeschlein-Kreuznach Roeschlein made special 39mm screw-mount lenses for the Paxette
Ross The British optical company Ross made some lenses in 39mm screw mount. The Xtralux range was released together with the Reid British Leica copy.
90/3.5 Xtralux, black and chrome, normally coupled, one advertised at ebay auction as having no rangefinder cam
4"/5.5 Teleros, black and nickel, collapsible (sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005)
135/4.5 Xtralux, black and chrome
50/2 Xtralux, chrome collapsible.
50/3.5 Xtralux, chrome rigid
Sans & Streiffe
Rojar 3.5cm f/3.5
Sans & Streiffe 3.5cm f/3.5.
35/3.5 Travenar-R, black with wide chrome stripes
90/2.8 Travenar-R, black with wide chrome stripes
Schneider Schneider made some lenses in Leica mount very early, before World War II. They also made special lenses ordered by Leica.
35/2.8 Xenogon, all chrome, focusing tab
50/2.8 Xenar (collapsible), chrome
50/2 Xenon (collapsible), chrome
50/1.5 Xenon (rigid) coupled,black and chrome.This wartime lens may have been made or assembled by Isco.
8cm/2 Xenon, uncoupled, black and chrome (sold at Westlicht Auction 27 Nov 2005)
8cm/2 Xenon, black and chrome
80/2 Xenon, black and chrome (see this page at Syarakuse)
13.5cm/3.5 Xenar, black and chrome
135/3.5 Tele-Xenar, all chrome