I have re-arranged and updated the original data-base.
So all E-models (E, E2 and E3) are grouped together although E2 and E3 models were produced concurrent with F-models resulting in higher serial numbers and later production dates.There has been given a approximately price in US Dollars which is a guideline when looking to buy, The bottom end price is what you would pay for an model in average condition and in-between for a camera in good condition and on the top end for very very good or mint condition TLR Rolleiflex/Rollei cameras, Now there are a few Very rare or Exclusive Rolleiflex TLR Cameras that I haven’t added on the list. Taking Lens: 75mm f3.5 Zeiss Tessar, Carl Zeiss Opton Tessar 75mm f3.5 1953 model or Schneider Xenar 75mm f3.5 lens 1954 model. Weight: 34½ oz Rolleiflex 2.8A Type 1 TLR 6×6 Medium Format Camera Serial# 1100001-1201000 from 1950-51. I have noticed that prices have increased twice since I put up this page, which gives a good indication that a Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex Camera is a good investment as well as being a outstanding photographers tool. Weight: 32 oz Rolleiflex Automat Type 3 TLR 6×6 Medium Format Camera Serial# 805000-999999 from 1939-45. Compur Rapid shutter 1/500 to 1, B T with X sync with cable release. Weight: 32 oz Rolleiflex Automat Type 4 TLR 6×6 Medium Format Camera Serial# 999999-1099999 from 1945-49. 75mm Xenar F3.5 taking lens ( 4 elements ) and 75mm F3.2 viewing lens. 75mm Xenar F3.5 taking lens ( 4 elements ) and 75mm F3.2 viewing lens. Identical to type I except EV scales on right of taking lens.