Authentic Movie Poster Draft for The black Whale, 1934

Authentic Movie Poster Draft for The black Whale, 1934 – the famous movie ” The black Whale ” ( Zum schwarzen Walfisch ) by Fritz Wendhausen, starring Emil Jannings.

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Size: 11 x 9 in. ( complete item incl. margins, 7.7 x 5 in is the size of the graphic )

Scarce item. Artist signed SB 34

Artist Hans Sussenbeck was designer for posters, postcards, magazines. Monarchist before WWII, politically right during the Nazi regime and awarded with States honors afterwards. German actor Emil Jannings made his professional stage debut at 18. In 1906 he was invited to join Max Reinhardt’s theater in Berlin.

In 1927 Paramount signed him and he moved to Hollywood. Jannings won the very first Best Actor Academy Award for his first two American films, The Last Command (1928) and The Way of All Flesh (1927). Because of his thick German accent, the advent of sound ended his American career. He returned to Germany in 1929.

When the Nazis came to power in 1933, he was enlisted to participate in the state’s propaganda machine. At war’s end Jannings was blacklisted by the Allied authorities, and he never made another film. He died five years later, lonely and bitter. Fritz Wendhausen was a popular film director in the 1920-40s. His Peer Gynt, was rather an adaptation of of Ibsen’s motifs which presented ideology and propaganda of that time though.”

American Peoples. Impressive, ancient Chromo Lithograph 1898

Indians: Most decorative, ancient Chromo Lithograph, 1898

 

Most decorative old chromo lithograph depicting 33 Indian Ethnic groups like Blackfeet Indians, Tikuna, Pueblo Indian, Eskimos, Mexican Indians, Indians from South American countries, Sioux, Apaches and many more.
Though older than 100 years the colors of this chromo lithograph look extremely fresh and vivid.

Artist signed G. Mützel. Vertical centerfold.

The graphic has been published by Meyers, Germany, in 1898. Size: 10 in. x 12 in. Fine condition. It looks great when matted and framed.

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Japanese Buddhists. Tinted Albumen Photo, 1880s. Stillfried

Japanese Buddhists. Tinted Albumen Photo, 1880s. Stillfried

Antique Japan Photograph: 3 Japanese beating gongs and drum. One of them is carrying a tall stand on his back.

Albumen studio-photo, thin paper, fixed on paper with small glue spots at he corners.

5,5 x 3,5 inches, fine condition, app. 1885.
Photo probably by the Austrian Baron Raimund von Stillfried (?).

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Vietnam War Anti USA Authentic Poster from China

Anti USA Poster from Cultural Revolution Periode

cultural revolution poster

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China appr. 1970. Original small print by the artist 任滿鑫 Ren Manxin, depicting a soldier with gun pointing at an US enemy. Anti- American text at the lower part: 越南必胜行美帝必敗 Yuenan bi sheng, Mei-di bi bai (Vietnam must win, the American enemy must be defeated).

13 x 18,4 cm, good condition.

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American Peoples, Indians: Decorative Chromo Lithograph, 1898

 

American Peoples, Indians: Decorative Chromo Lithograph, 1898

Indian peoples lithograph

American Peoples: Decorative old chromolithograph depicting 14 Indian peoples, Aleútes, Black-feet Indians, Pueblo Indians, Eskimos, Mexican Indians, Indians from South American countries, Sioux, Apaches and many more.
Though older than 100 years the colors of this chromo lithograph look extremely fresh and vivid. The graphic is matted ( simple matting between 2 sheets of cardboard).

Meyers, 1898.
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Imperial China Hukuang Railways Gold Bond from 1911

Imperial Chinese Government Hukuang Railways Gold Bond

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Imperial Chinese Government Hukuang Railways Gold Bond from 1911.
Decorative stock certificate from the Imperial Chinese Government, 5% Hukuang Railways Sinking Fund Gold Loan for £20.

Vignette of a locomotive and ornate border around it, biggest part of coupons still exist.

Issued by Banque De L’Chine in Paris.

Horizontal center-fold, very fine condition (in terms of scripohily). Clean and vivid colors. It stands out when framed.

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