Chinese Seal by Shi Weizhi: Shou Shan Seal, 师立志印章

Chinese Seal by Shi Weizhi 师立志: Shou Shan Seal, Mao Slogan

The seal has been carved by the famous Calligrapher Shi Weizhi, who is also known for his seal carving.

Beautiful Shou Shan stone, 0,95 x 0,95 x 1,2 inches (24 x 24 x 30 mm), 46 gram, very fine condition.

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Chairman Mao: Scarce Porcelain Statue from the Cultural Revolution

Chairman Mao: Scarce Porcelain Statue from the Cultural Revolution

 

Peoples Republic of China: Authentic porcelain figure of Chairman Mao from the Cultural Revolution period. Glazed porcelain. It shows Mao Zedong in his typical dress, holding a hat and standing on a platform, decorated with pine tree.

We guarantee the authenticity of the object.

The statue stands 22,5 cm (8 inches) high and is without damage. Darker spots at the surface can be cleaned easily cleaned. ” 抬 196 ” – is engraved at the bottom.

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Cultural Revolution China: Red Book, Lin Biao and Mao. Scarce

Cultural Revolution China: Red Book, Lin Biao and Mao. Scarce

 

Peoples Republic of China 1970: Red book, entitled „Document for studying political work” ( Zhengzhi gongzo xuexi wenjian). At the first pages are a portrait-photo of Mao Zedong and another one of Mao and Lin Biao.

3 x 4 inches. Complete, 135 pages, minor wear. Scarce booklet.

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Cultural Revolution China: Acupuncture Set. Scarce.

Cultural Revolution China: Acupuncture Set. Scarce.

 

China 1960-70s: Complete set of acupuncture-needles.

Small briefcase with zip-fastening and Mao Slogan at casing: „ Wei renmin fuwu. Mao Zedong” ( To serve the people. Mao Zedong)

3,9 x 6,1 inches. Fine condition.

 

 

Austrian War Bonds Postcard published by Bank. Lithogrpah

Austrian War Bonds Postcard published by Bank

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Very attractive Austrian War Bonds postcard, issued by the Centralbank der Deutschen Sparkassen.

The postcard has been lithographed by the artist J. Sieber and shows a double-decker and a train over a bridge.

Very fine condition. Scarce Postcard.
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Max von Schillings Autograph: Hand-signed Photo-card 1930.

Max von Schillings Autograph. Hand-signed Photo Card, 1930. CoA

Max von Schillings Portrait Photo-postcard from 1930.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

3,5 x 5,5 inches. Fine condition.
Max von Schillings (1868 –1933) was a German conductor, composer and theatre director. He was chief conductor at the Berlin State Opera from 1919 to 1925.
From 1918 to 1925, he succeeded Richard Strauss as intendant of the State Opera in Berlin. In the second half of this decade, he undertook concert tours which took him through Europe and to the USA.

Max von Schillings was an opponent of the Weimar Republic and a declared anti-Semite. The expulsion and exclusion of important Jewish and free-thinking artists from the Prussian Academy of the Arts began during his time as President – some artists affected were Kaethe Kollwitz, Heinrich Mann, Ricarda Huch, Alfred Doeblin, Thomas Mann, Max Liebermann, Alfons Paquet, Franz Werfel and Jakob Wassermann. He laid off Arnold Schoenberg from the teaching staff of the Academy, in contravention of Schoenberg’s contract and in 1933, he ordered Franz Schreker, the leader of masterclasses in composition at the Academy, into early retirement.

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Baldur von Schirach Autograph. Hand-signed Photo. CoA

Baldur von Schirach Autograph. Hand-signed Hoffmann Photo. CoA

Baldur von Schirach: b/w portrait-photo of the Reich-Governor. Photo by Hoffmann, hand-signed.

The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
3,5 x 5,5 inches, very fine condition.

Baldur Benedikt von Schirach (1907 –1974) was a Nazi youth leader later convicted of being a war criminal. Schirach was the head of the Hitler-Jugend (HJ, Hitler Youth) and Gauleiter and Reichsstatthalter (“Reich Governor”) of Vienna.

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China Boxer Rebellion: Scarce Mocking-Postcard. 1900.

China Boxer Rebellion: Scarce Mocking-Postcard. 1900.

Boxer Upraise in China: Litho postcard depicting German Marines as they beat up Chinese. At the upper right corner is a portrait of Klemens Freiherr von Ketteler, who has been assassinated in Beijing in June 1900 – the beginning of the Boxer Rebellion.

Very fine condition. Used as postcard in Germany in 1900.

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