Scarce, attractive Art Nouveau postcard with 3 Female Heads

Scarce, attractive Art Nouveau Postcard from 1906

Very attractive Art Nouveau postcard with 3 heads at the upper part of the postcard against golden background. Designed in best Art Nouveau style.

Very delicately executed, interesting golden background.

Used in Austria in 1906. Fine condition.

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Sports Medal: Decorative Bronze, 1930

Sports Medal: Decorative Bronze, 1930

Sports medal, decorative Bronze depicting 2 sportsmen, trying for the laurel wreath. They are depicted as naked, classical Creek athletes. The medal was awarded for the second best in a running competition.

The inscription at the back reads: “ II ÖPM 1930, 800m Lauf 2 P “. Size: 1.5 x 2 inches. Fine patina. Black spot at upper left side otherwise very fine condition.”

decorative Bronze depicting 2 sportsmen
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Maria Jeritza Autograph along with Alfred Piccaver on Photo

Maria Jeritza and Alfred Piccaver Autographs. CoA

Maria Jeritza Autograph

Vintage photo-postcard depicting Maria Jeritza, Alfred Piccaver and Rudolf Hofbauer – and a dog.

Hand signed by Maria Jeritza and Alfred Piccaver.

The Autographs come with a Certificate of Authenticity.

8,8 x 13,4 cm, good condition.

Maria Jeritza (1887 – 1982) was a celebrated Czech soprano singer, long associated with the Vienna State Opera (1912–1935) and the Metropolitan Opera (1921–1932 and 1951).

Her sensational rise to fame and spectacular beauty and personality earned her the nickname “The Moravian Thunderbolt”.

On 16 November 1926, she starred in the title role of Puccini’s Turandot in its North American premiere at the Metropolitan, where she was as popular at the Metropolitan as in Vienna, especially as Tosca or Carmen.

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Mela Koehler Christmas Postcards Art Nouveau

Xmas Postcard by Mela Koehler, decorative Art Nouveau

Mela Koehler Xmas Postcard. Decorative Art Nouveau postcard, lithographed.
The postcard depicts a pretty young lady with a stylized Christmas tree.

Mela Köhler Postcard

Artist signed Mela Koehler. Published by M. Munk Wien as Nr. 1037.

Used in Germany in 1913. Good condition.

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Baritone Geza Brand Autograph on Studio Photo from 1923, CoA

Geza Brand Autograph: Signed Studio Photo. 1923, CoA

Geza Brand autograph

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Geza Brand Autograph on Studio Gertraud (Wien, Rudolfsplatz) Studio Photo.
Signed at front and dedication at reverse.

The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

8,5 x 13,7 cm. Good condition.

Geza Brand, (1882 – 1938 ), baritone, in Bajazzo-costume.

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Carl Orff Autograph. Hand-signed Photo of Carmina Burana Composer

Carl Orff Autograph. Hand-signed Photo. CoA

Carl Orff: b/w portrait photo hand-signed by Carl Orff.

The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

4,1 x 5,8 inches, fine condition. (The writing at the reverse is not by Carl Orff).

Carl Orff (1895 -1982) was a 20th-century German composer, best known for his oratorio Carmina Burana (1937). In addition to his career as a composer, Orff developed an influential method of music education for children.

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Adele Sandrock Autograph. CoA. Additional Writing at Reverse.

Adele Sandrock, Berlin 1934.

Ross Portrait Photo-Postcard. Hand-signed at front side: „Adele Sandrock 26. 6. 34“.

At the back are some hand written lines by Sandrock: ” Sei gefuehllos!

Ein leichtbewegtes Herz ist ein elend Gut auf der wankenden Erde. Goethe. Herzliche Gruesse Adele Sandrock.

26. 6. 34“.( Be emotionless! A sensitive heart is a woeful burden in this unstable world ).

Adele Sandrock Autograph

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Adele Sandrock (1863 – 1937) was a German actress. After a successful theatrical career, she became one of the first German film stars.Sandrock was born as Adele Feldern-Foerster in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. She achieved success in the town of Meiningen, where her first role was Luise in Friedrich Schiller’s Kabale und Liebe.

In 1889 she moved to Vienna, where she created a number of major roles for modern playwrights including Henrik Ibsen and Arthur Schnitzler, with whom she had a notoriously stormy affair.In 1911 Sandrock made her silent film debut in Marianne, ein Weib aus dem Volk, a short subject.

She acted in more than 140 films, working with a number of directors including Reinhold Schuenzel and Hans Hinrich. Her autobiography, Mein Leben, was published in 1940.