Wiener Werkstaette Postcard by Urban Janke. Wien: Die Michaelerkirche

 

Wiener Werkstaette Postcard. Wien: Die Michaelerkirche

 

Wiener Werkstätte Postcard

Lithographed Wiener Werkstaette Postcard. Wien: Die Michaelerkirche. ( St. Michael’s Church )
W.W: Wien Nr. 140 ( Imprint in yellow at the back side ). Lithograph.
Sent to Mrs. Helene Hesshaimer, Kronstadt (the wife of the famous Ludwig Hesshaimer).
There is a nearly invisible 1 cm cut at the lover edge, corners slightly knocked, but no creasing.

Litho WW 134 Urban Janke.


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