Leica Universal Polarizer Kit
No haggle price - $250 Shipped and Paypal'd in the US
I've had this for several years (purchased from a fellow GetDPI member). I do not use it often and usually the camera bag is stuffed too full with lenses to fit this into too.
The polarizer rotates smoothly and easily. No scrapes or dings in the polarizer assembly. Looked at the filter surface with a flashlight and did not see any scratches or blemishes in the glass / coatings. The polarizer comes with its E39 and E46 adapter rings. The case has a couple marks on it from being pressed against other gear in the bag. No tears or gouges in the leatherette covering. Sale includes everything as pictured - no box.
Artist & Artisan Black 1/2 Case for M-240
No haggle price - $120 Shipped and Paypal'd in the US
I've been using this case for ~1.5 years. Purchased new from Popflash. It is in excellent conditions with just light signs of use. The line on the bottom, center front is a lap seam in the 1/2 case's construction. Come with the original A&A box.
Komura 2X Teleconverter for Leica M - Rangefinder Focus Coupled
No haggle price - $200 Shipped and Paypal'd in the US
This is a 2X teleconverter for the Leica M rangefinders, made by Komura in the 1960-1970's. Purchased as old "new stock", it is mint condition and comes complete with its outer box (not shown) in the pictures. The 2X has a M39 rear thread and an M adapter so it can be used on Leica M bodies. The front side is M mount and works with modern-day M lenses - see a picture of the 135mm APO on the Leica M-P. The focusing coupling works, but good luck focusing accurately with via the RF window. Focusing is best done via EVF or LV. Optical quality is... well, not impressive. Center sharpness can be okay'ish, the corners are not good. It's a great novelty item.
Most Komura 2X's are M39 on both sides, and that's fine if using old M39 lenses on the M. These older ones are typically silver instead of black. Finding one that is M-mount is much more difficult.