Jochen Rindt Autograph on early Photo. CoA

Jochen Rindt Autograph. Hand- signed early Photo. CoA

Jochen Rindt: b/w real photo, hand-signed.

4 x 5,9 inches. Mounted on cardboard, fine condition.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Jochen Rindt (1942-1970) World champion 1970, deceased 1970 during training for the Italian Grand Prix.
Jochen Rindt was born in Mainz, Germany, but after his parents were killed in a bombing raid in the Second World War, he moved to live with his grandparents in Graz, Austria, where he grew up and started motor racing.
Despite being very successful in Formula 2 (by winning for instance the 1964 London Trophy), Rindt kept on choosing the wrong F1 cars.

 

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Attractive Chinese Leisure Seal Pair of Lions as Handle

Attractive Chinese Leisure Seal with Lions

Old, attractive Chinese leisure seal with 2 parts for seal printing, one in zhu-wen and one in bai-wen (characters carved concave and convex). As actual seal engraved are the characters: 青山意 碧海涛声 qing shan hua yi – bo hai tao sheng (blue mountains like painted – the green sea with the sound of great waves).

As handle 2 lions have been engraved. No side engraving. Both the seal itself as well as the printed area have been very well carved. End of Qing-beginning of Republic period.

65 x 30 x 30 mm. Very good condition. The seal comes in a box.
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Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds of Rabbits

Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds of Rabbits


Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds if Rabbits

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Bunnies: Antique Chromolithograph with several Breeds if Rabbits.

Most decorative chromo-lithograph depicting 6 different breeds of rabbits.

Published in Germany in 1898.
12,1 x 9,7 inches ( 31 x 24,4 cm). Vertical center-fold. Clean, fresh colors. It looks great when matted and framed.

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Chinese Leisure Seal by Weng Danian, 翁大年

Chinese Leisure Seal by Weng Danian. Qing Tian Stone.

China, Qing Dynasty: Attractive seal, dark Qing Tian stone, 青田, with a pair of quails and a Lotus leave as handle. Engraved are 2 characters: 素风 Su Feng (White Wind).

The seal was carved by the famous calligrapher and seal carver 叔均 Shu Jun, better known by his artist name 翁大年 Weng Da Nian (1811-1890).

0,8 x 0,8 x 2,7 inches (20 x 20 x 67 mm), 65 gram, very fine condition.

作者简介:翁大年(1811~1890),初名鸿,字叔钧,又字叔均,号陶斋,江苏吴江人。清代篆刻家。精考证,篆刻取法秦汉,结体工致妥帖。侧款作小楷,颇有韵致.

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Clark Gable Autograph on Photo as Rhett Butler. CoA

Clark Gable Autograph. Hand signed Photo. CoA

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Clark Gable Autograph on portrait photo as Rhett Butler.

Photo by Film-Foto-Verlag (Metro Goldwyn Mayer license).

8,6 x 14 cm. 2 mm trimmed at left margins, otherwise very fine condition.

The photo has been signed with fountain pen.

The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

William Clark Gable (1901 – 1960), known as Clark Gable, was an American film actor most famous for his role as Rhett Butler in the 1939 Civil War epic film Gone with the Wind, in which he starred with Vivien Leigh.

His performance earned him his third nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor; he won for It Happened One Night (1934) and was also nominated for Mutiny on the Bounty (1935).

Later movies included Run Silent, Run Deep, a submarine war film, and his final film, The Misfits (1961), which paired Gable with Marilyn Monroe, also in her last screen appearance. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Gable seventh among the greatest male stars of all time. He was nicknamed ‘The King of Hollywood.’

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Old Japanese Albumen Photo: Bell of Kammakura. app. 1885

Old Japan Albumen Photo, Bell of Kammakura. app. 1885

Old Japan: Large albumen photo, depicting the famous Bell of Kamakura. Antique Japanese albumen Photo, tinted, thin paper, fixed on paper with small glue spots at he corners.

Size: 7.8 x 10,4 inches. Fine condition, app. 1885.

The bell from the Kamakura Hongaku-ji Temple, built in 1410, initially belonged to a temple from Chiba Prefecture, but one day, Nisshutsu, the chief priest from Hongaku-ji Temple, won a religious debate with the priests from Chiba and, as a prize, he received the bell.

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