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Price: $50.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the current “it” tenor in the title role of “Werther”.  He will not be singing with the Metropolitan Opera next season.

Kaufmann, Jonas autographed photograph as Werther            

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Text Box: The Austrian soprano signs and inscribes a Gutmann cabinet photograph as Marenka in “The Bartered Bride” at the Vienna Hofoper.  Unusual, we have not seen this image previously of the soprano.

Kiurina, Bertha autographed cabinet photograph as Marenka, 1917

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the Ukrainian born, American bass in “Die Zauberflöte” at the Teatro Colon.  Kipnis remains one of the iconic opera bassos of the 20th Century, with amazing recordings!

Kipnis, Alexander autographed photograph as Sarastro, 1967

Price: $95.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Wonderful autographed photograph of the lyric tenor in Die Zauberflote. A long time member of the Deutschen Opernhaus Berlin and the Berlin Staatsoper.  He recorded some of the music of Kurt Weill with Lotte Lenya after the War.

Katona, Julius autographed presentation photograph as Tamino, 1948  

Price: $95.00

Mint condition

Autographed postcard photograph of the German mezzo-soprano as a Berlin Orfeo.  One of Germany’s strongest mezzos before and after the Second World War.  A rather unusual  image!

Klose, Margarete autographed photograph as Orfeo

Price: $165.00

Silvering, else mint

Rare autographed and inscribed presentation photograph of the mighty Berlin Hofoper bass.  During the first two decades of the 20th Century, he was arguably the most important bass in the German speaking World.

Knüpfer, Paul autographed large presentation photograph