Price: $75.00 

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed Metropole of Vienna embossed postcard photograph of the important Polish bass-baritone.  For many years, a legend at the Vienna Staatsoper.

Manowarda, Josef autographed postcard photograph

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Price: $100.00 

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Text Box: Autographed photograph of the Sardinian tenor in “Manon”. Manuritta was a well respected lyric tenor who sung throughout Italy, as well as Chicago, Berlin, Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Helsinki and Warsaw. Rare!

Manuritta, Giovanni autographed photograph as des Grieux, 1935

Price: $125.00 

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed postcard photograph of the Russian born, American, Jewish soprano.  Her career was extremely interesting and important, a great favorite of Bruno Walter in Berlin, she left a few highly impressive records.

Malkin, Beata autographed photograph as Mignon

Price: $100.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed IRCC unused 78 rpm record label of the tenors recording of Handel’s aria, “Come my beloved” from “Atalanta”, paired with a sepia octavo photograph of the legendary Irish tenor.

McCormack, John autographed record label and sepia photograph

Price: $60.00

Mint condition

From a Buenos Aires Collection, the youngest autographed photograph we have seen of the American baritone.  MacNeil made his Teatro Colon debut in 1960 in “Ballo” and sang there most years until 1972.

MacNeil, Cornell youthful autographed photograph

Price: $125.00

Mint condition

Rare autographed postcard photograph of the Hungarian born, Czech tenor in “Pique Dame.”  Marak was one of the few Czech singers of the Golden Age with a truly International career.

Mařák, Ottokar autographed postcard photograph as Ghermann, 1917