Oskar Werner Autograph: Signed Photo. CoA

Oskar Werner Autograph: Signed Photo. CoA: “Oskar Werner Autograph: Signed Photo. CoA

Size: 3.5 x 5.5 inches. Fine condition.

The autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Oskar Werner was 18 years old when he made his stage bow at the Burgtheater in Wien.

He was a lifelong pacifist, a pure, traditional mime, a gifted reciter.

 

Oskar Werner Autograph

“Werner’s definitive screen performance was the romantic intellectual Jules in Francois Truffaut’s Jules et Jim (1962), though it was his portrayal of the philosophical Dr. Schumann in Ship of Fools (1965) that earned the actor his only Oscar nomination. His friendship with Truffaut soured after their second collaboration, Fahrenheit 451 (1967); exhibiting profound disillusionment, Truffaut complained (not without justification) that Werner had become a ‘cold’ performer.

Oskar Werner died at the age of 62, just before he was scheduled to deliver a lecture at a German drama club”. “

Johannes Heesters Autograph, 1941

Johannes Heesters Autogramm aus der Zeit des 2. Weltkrieges.

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Bavaria Filmkunst, Foto Bing, Ross Verlag Photo, 18 x 25 cm. Signiert zu Weihnachten 1941.

Gute Erhaltung. Das Autogramm kommt mit Echtheitszertifikat.

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Johannes „Jopi(e)“ Heesters, eigentlich Johan Marius Nicolaas Heesters (geb.1903 in Amersfoort, Niederlande) ist ein seit 1936 in Deutschland lebender und arbeitender Schauspieler und Sänger. Er gilt als der weltweit älteste aktive darstellende Künstler.

Heesters’ Rolle im Dritten Reich ist aufgrund der Vielzahl seiner Arbeiten in Deutschland in diesen Jahren umstritten. Obgleich er sich mit Sympathiebekundungen für das Regime zurückhielt, hat er sich in dieser Zeit nicht explizit vom Nationalsozialismus und der deutschen Politik distanziert, wie dies etwa Hans Albers tat. In seinem Heimatland ist Heesters aber kein Publikumsliebling, sondern wird noch heute eher als Kollaborateur denn reiner Mitläufer aus Karrieregründen gesehen, der in deutschen Diensten gestanden habe, als sein Heimatland von der deutschen Wehrmacht besetzt war.

1914: Emperor Francis Joseph Plaque

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1914: Emperor Francis Joseph Plaque: “Franz Joseph, Austrian Emperor commemoration medal in bronze, Art Nouveau design.

Emperor Francis Joseph Plaque

Artist signed in plate: R. Neuberger for the front image and A. Hartig for the back.

The font side is portrait of Franz Josef I, the back shows soldiers and a guardian angel.

Diameter: 2 inches, weight: 54 grams, very fine condition”

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Three old Chinese Leisure Seals

Three Chinese Leisure Seals in Longish Shape

Three Chinese leisure seals in longish shape, shou-shan stones.
Side inscriptions with longer texts and signatures.

They have been carved by 轩主 Xuan Zhu (岁处春光  sui chu chun guang – the light of spring is everywhere), 大人命 Da Renming (有好之后 you hao zhi hou – after the good is over) and 寿伯 Shou Bo ( 友天下士 you tian xia shi – scholar unter a friendly heaven).

Ca 10 x 10 x 60 mm, all in very good condition.

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Yves Montand Autograph, 1970s. CoA – col8364

Yves Montand Autograph, 1970s. CoA – col8364

Yves Montand Autograph. Signed photo from ca. 1970s.

Size: 5.2 x 6.8 inches.

The autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Yves Montand ( 1921 – 1992 ), born in Italy, grew up in France. His parents were dedicated Anti – Fascists. His first lover, Edith Piaf, discovered his talent and from 1946 on he appeared in French movies. Among his most famous films are “ The Wages of Fear”, “Jean de Florette”, “ Z “, and “ Stage of Siege “.

From 1951 to 1985 he was married to Simone Signoret.

Pasted on a piece of paper.

Fine condition

collect.at Antiques and unique Collectibles Heinrich Hollreiser Autograph on Photo, CoA.

Heinrich Hollreiser Autograph on Photo, CoA.: “Heinrich Hollreiser autograph on b/w photo. Size: 4 x 6 inches. Signed in the 1950s. Fine condition. Heinrich Hollreiser, born June 24, 1913, is a German conductor of classical chamber music. From 1942-1945 he served as the principal conductor of the State Opera in Munich, while serving as the music director at the Opera in Düsseldorf. He furthermore conducted concerts for the Berlin and Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestras, as well as orchestras for radio stations in Hamburg, Cologne, and Frankfurt. After 1951, he served as principal conductor at the Vienna State Opera, conducting the premiere of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress.”

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