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Adolf Hitler Aquarelle (Watercolors) (Item AH 14-2)

DESCRIPTION: This is an original Mappe, or folder, of seven of the most famous paintings of Adolf Hitler from 1914 to 1917. This was officially published by Heinrich Hoffman’s studios. Hoffman was one of Hitler’s closest friends and his official photographer. The paintings are wonderfully reproduced in full color and range in size from 8 x 6 inches to 6 x 5 1/2 inches. The album is in good condition. The cover shows some separation at the spine, but it’s not really going anywhere. The inner contents (the prints) are in practically mint condition with no damage or stain. The dimensions of the folder itself are 9 x 12 inches. This was a very limited edition and some say that they were printed to present as gifts to those important people who visited the Reichs chancery. They seldom show up today. This is a very historically important relic of the Reich.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Berchtesgaden; Reich’s Chancellery (Item AH 14-3; ART 5-6)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an original rendering of the chancellery of the Führer, Adolf Hitler, and is called the Bischofweisen Reichskanzlei. This fantastic rendering is by a major Third Reich artist who had some of his works featured in the Haus der Deutschen Kunst in Munich. The artist, Joseph Vietze, and one of his most famous painting was the rendering of SS-Gruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich, that was shown in the Grosse Deutsche Kunstausstellung catalog of 1941. This was the official exhibition catalog of the finest of German art and Vietze’s “Heydrich” was number 17 in the listings. It was an excellent portrayal of the Gruppenführer seated beside a porcelain fencer by the SS Allach firm. Heydrich was an ardent active fencing master right up to the time of his murder by British-controlled Czechs. This fully equipped branch of the Reich Chancellery in Berlin was built as a remote government center and as Ray Cowdery said in his book on the Chancellery, “…this was sort of a western White House and allowed Hitler to receive diplomats and to conduct government business without leaving one of the most beautiful places on earth.” Bischofwiesen is just outside the tiny town of Berchtesgaden not far from the Obersalzberg where the Führer had his mountain home, the Berghof. It was Hitler’s regular practice to retreat to his Berghof for extended periods several times each year and he took much of the Reich chancellery infrastructure with him. The compound was completed in 1937. It was absolutely a beautiful Bavarian-motif building with verandas at each end. Several other buildings that make up the compound are scattered here and there: SS guard Kasserne, diplomat lodging, caretaker buildings, etc. The inside is breathtakingly beautiful with red marble columns and staircases. Until recently the entire building was occupied by U.S. Army command. It was then turned over to the Bavarian Government and now, thank goodness, it was sold to a private group, which has no doubt saved it from the wrecking crews of the present government of culture vandals, which would take great delight in pulling it down and eradicating it from history (so they think) just as these barbarian criminals have done with the Platterhof, the remains of the Berghof, and all the other historic sites on the Obersalzberg. Only the tea house survives and these modern Mongol hordes would love to destroy it, also. They are, for the most part, ravenous wolves in 1000-euro suits.

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Watercolor by Adolf Hitler (Item AH 14-4; ART 9-3)

DESCRIPTION: This original watercolor, done by Adolf Hitler before he came into power, depicts the north side and the unfinished tower of St. Steven's Church in Vienna, and a small part of the Stefansplatz. The watercolor is accompanied by an interesting letter of authentication executed on February 26, 1972. This authentication is done by a Herr Peter Jahn. Mr. Jahn was an expert on Hitler paintings and his specific function during the years of 1937-1944 was to search out and repurchase any of Hitler's works of art that had been executed before his coming into power. (In part because of this, very few of Hitler's watercolors exist.) Hitler apparently felt that because the watercolors were of little commercial value and because of his new position of prominence, he would prefer not to have these works out amongst the public. It was Jahn's specific purpose to seek out and repurchase these watercolors. In his letter, he is specifically familiar with this painting. In 1939, he indicates an owner of a bank was in possession of it at that time and he attempted to repurchase it. The signature in the lower right hand corner is muted and an attempt was made to remove Hitler's signature, possibly by the owner after the end of the war? Jahn also indicates that over the many years that he examined Hitler's paintings and watercolors, this one was the largest personally known to him. It measures approximately 13 x 18 inches. Other than the stain in the signature area, it is generally in good condition. It is matted and framed in a contemporary frame. Many Hitler paintings have been offered by various dealers over the years, but many were bogus, dubious, or at least questionable. Possibly, some of them were genuine, but without provenance. The only absolute 100-percent accepted provenance would be a painting with letter of authenticity from one of only two men. The first would be the late Dr. August Priesack of Munich, and the aforementioned Peter Jahn, who with his above-mentioned credentials was the number-one expert in the world on AH art. With this painting is the signed expertise by none other than Peter Jahn, who looked at it in 1972. Mr. Jahn in his certificate of authenticity states as follows:
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY for an original water colour by the hand of Adolf Hitler. This picture is signed A. Hitler and shows the northside (sic) and the unfinished tower of the St. Stephen’s Church in Vienna and a small part of the “Stefansplatz”. The size is 46 x 34.5 cm which being exceptionally large, is quite unusual. It is the largest of his paintings known to me. The owner of this picture consulted me some time ago as he wanted to have it expertised. The painting is known to me since the year of 1939, when it was shown to me by the owner of a bank, in whose possession it was at that time. I reported the same picture as being found to [from] the “Braune Haus”, but at that time the owner did not want to sell. I still can remember the original signature very well and even now one can easily recognize it. After the war, somebody must have tried to wash out the signature but because of the age of the colour, this was not completely accomplished. To my best knowledge I certify that this picture is an original. To my person: I’m an expert for Hitler’s paintings as from the beginning of 1939 until 1944 I searched for Hitler paintings in Austria by order of the “Braune Haus”. Hitler wanted to rebuy his paintings, as they were of little commercial value and he wanted to have them out of circulation. After the war I was consulted by many people who wanted expertises. Most of the pictures are not for sale. I was mentioned in a German illustrated newspaper a (sic) being an expert for these kind of pictures. I think that now I am the last living expert as my former co-workers have died or their whereabouts are unknown. My collection of photographs of Hitler’s pictures is probably the largest known. I am very well acquainted with the technique of his way of painting and I am certain, that the above mentioned aquarelle is truly an original.”Vienna, 16th February 1972 /s/ Peter Jahn>
At Germania we strive always to bring you, the collector and historic connoisseur, the finest of relics of Teutonic importance. We could hardly match this one even if we tried as Herr Jahn has indicated this particular Adolf Hitler watercolor is exceptionally large and Jahn says it is the largest one known to him and that is saying something since probably 90 percent of these paintings were viewed by him at one time or another. Small paintings half that size, even without proper provenance, have brought very high prices, while Jahn- or Priesack-provenanced paintings in much smaller sizes have brought astounding prices at auctions. In 1985, the author Billy F. Price wrote a book called Adolf Hitler, The Unknown Artist. In this book Price, along with many prestigious researchers worked diligently to gather as much information about Hitler’s art as could be amassed. Mr. Price is a multimillionaire and he left no stone unturned regardless of expenditure to bring this wonderful informative book to print. Price made many contacts among Hitler’s surviving friends and persons who worked in the many governmental facets of the NSDAP and Wehrmacht witnesses of the Reich and its art forms. The 260-page coffee-table book is vastly replete with paintings, drawings, and other forms of art that have connections or were actually created by the German Führer. The artist was always inspired by the towering edifice of St. Stephen’s Cathedral (Dom) and on pages 138 and 139 there are 11 views of this magnificent House of God to include the very one we offer here. Price has given it the number ‘211’ and states that this is “St. Stephen’s Cathedral—the north side with unfinished tower, 1910-12 watercolor 46 x 34.5 (18 x 13.5 inches) sig. l.r. “A. Hitler.” Only one other of the cathedral is almost as large as this and it is the one pictured next to it described as “St. Stephen’s from the Stock-im Eisen Square 46.8 x 31.6.” For investment we could not even think of an item as prestigious or as historically important as this painting and with this totally unassailable provenance this has to be one of the greatest items we have ever had the great privilege and honor to present on Germania pages.

PRICE:  NO LONGER AVAILABLE

 

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Group of Original Quotes of Adolf Hitler (Item AH 14-6)

DESCRIPTION: This is a grouping of original quotes from speeches of Adolf Hitler. These are absolutely original paper handouts from the actual era of the Third Reich. They were placed in plastic holders years ago by an early collector. They measure 5 1/2 x 8 inches. The plastic on some are a bit warped, but I’m sure will straighten right out when a heavy book or other flat object is placed on them.

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Hitler’s Birthplace in Braunau (mirror) (Item AH 14-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is a souvenir that used to be sold in Austria in the 1930s. It depicts the building where Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn on April 20, 1889. The swastika depicted there on the front of the house is in the middle two windows that were of the apartment where the birth occurred. The legend below is translated to mean: ‘Our Leader’s Birthplace in Braunau am Inn.’ The reverse side is a mirror, but it evidently was once broken and replaced. This is quite a rare little piece of 1938 Kitch. It measures 2 3/4 inches in diameter. It is of bronze material and is now considered very historically important.

PRICE: $275.00

 

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