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Anzeiger des Germanischen Nationalmuseums, Jg. 1900

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Published: 1900
Language: German
Wordcount: 32,640 / 149 pg
LoC Category: AM
Downloads: 2,806
Added to site: 2006.09.27
mnybks.net#: 14466
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Non-fiction
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rungen 1896/97, Resultate eines Preisausschreibens der Firma Velten in Karlsruhe; 402 Künstler-Postkarten (Chromolithographien) dieses Verlages, fast ausschließlich Probedrucke. *Lohr a. M.* Carl Pöhlmann, kgl. Bezirksamtsassessor: Sieben Ansichten von Schlössern etc. in Stahlstich, acht Porträts in Steindruck. -- *München.* Alexander Frhr. v. Dachenhausen, Premierleutenant a. D.: 15 moderne Exlibris und zwei ebensolche Neujahrskarten. Hans Holzschuher: Exlibris des Herrn Geschenkgebers. -- *Neu-Pasing bei München.* Karl Emich Graf v. Leiningen-Westerburg, kgl. preuß. Rittmeister a. D.: Reproduktion einer Handzeichnung Albrecht Dürers; Flugblatt von 1900. -- *Nürnberg.* Carl Stich, Buchdruckereibesitzer: Blatt aus einer Bibel des 15. Jahrhunderts; »Warnung vnd beuelh ains Erbern Rats zu Nuremberg an alle jre Burger vnd vnderthan So Lehenguter haben«. Einblattdruck um 1500.

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