I have a few Leica brochures kicking around in the darkroom that I thought I'd scan at a reasonable size so that they can be printed out if desired. These scans are 250 dpi which means they should make a decent life-size or slighter larger print.
In addition to the M2, I've got similar material for the M3, M4, M5, M4-P, M4-2, another small M3 brochure, one covering the Leica System from 1953 and a filter brochure from 1960. I'll get round to posting them in due course and probably add them to a Leica literature page in the right-hand column so they're easy to find.
I've also got quite a lot of Pentax Spotmatic material that I might do the same with. It seems a shame having these brochures lying in drawers instead of being shown the light of day. It's quite a time-consuming process, though.
Almost all the literature I have came from an old professional photographer in Fife who had retired. It must have been about 25 years ago when I put an ad in the local paper offering to buy old photography books and the leaflets were in with a couple of boxes of books I bought from him. Some of the leaflets are annotated with a few notes the photographer made as he weighed up the pros and cons of various bits of equipment.
Anyway, if you're a Leica nut, please enjoy the M2 brochure.