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Art Book from the Haus der Deutschen Kunst (Item ART 2-1)

DESCRIPTION: Grosse Deutsche Kunstausstelllung 1941 im Haus der Deutschen Kunst zu Muchen. This was the official catalog of the display of the greatest of German Third Reich art, portraits, bronzes, porcelains, etc., of the greatest art era the world has ever seen. The catalog contains 90 pages of listing and cataloging all of the articles on exhibition in 1941 at this the world's premier art gallery. Following this listing are 68 pages of pictures of the art, which are astoundingly beautiful. After that there are 49 pages of advertisements for art and art dealers throughout the Reich. This is a really wonderful volume of superlative art and obviously very historically important.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Wolfgang Willrich's Des Edlen Ewiges Reich (Item ART 2-2)

DESCRIPTION: The Noble Eternal Reich is a portfolio/book of the famous Third Reich artist Wofgang Willrich. Called the "racial-purity artist" Willrich was certainly the premier illustrator of the N.S. ideology. His art really breathed the purity of this noble artistic message. The work was produced in 1941 by the Grenze und Ausland Verlag in Berlin and this under the auspices of the SS-Ahnenerbe, as can be seen with the Irminsul imprinted on the title page. There are 48 pages of absolutely wonderful facial studies of people from all over the German fatherland. The pictures are generally 10 ½ x 7 ½ inches in size. Before the plates is a text section of 40 pages that speaks of the history of woman in art depicted in ancient and modern artistic expression. When I say modern I speak of the Willrich-style art of the 1930's not the trash that one usually thinks of when the term 'modern art' is mentioned. This was the epitome of realism in inner and outer beauty; the beauty of the Aryan Nordic types. "Dangerous words in our Orwellian society of today." I suppose, but who can deny the radiant and healthy countenances that flow from the brush of Herr Willrich as he puts to canvas the pictorial saga of his Volk, Unser Volk!. This is considered one of the most rare books of the Third Reich and certainly one of the most sought after. History will most definitely recognize him as one of the greatest illustrators of our time once the distortions and propaganda have finely run their course. When the degenerate art of Picasso and others have made their way to garbage bins these Willrich images of Nordic beauty will last forever. Willrich was born in Gottingen on 31 March 1897 and died there 1948. I am not alone in considering him the absolute uncontested and greatest facial illustrator of the 20th century! The book is rather in need of binding restoration. The original dust cover is rendered in two parts, but there, and folded into the back of the volume. It could be made part of a good restoration effort. The spine, which is often the first thing to go, is in rough shape and waiting for the Germanophile who will rescue it. The pages and pictures are in very good condition, however. Well, here it is, the most desirable Third Reich art book in existence. Reach out and own it.

PRICE: $350.00 Not expensive for what it is!

 

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Thirteen Silver Cups from Germany (Item ART 2-3)

DESCRIPTION: First off, please understand that these are not modern souvenir cups. They date from the 1930's and are very much better than anything that could be made today in the enameling of the crest, etc. They are silver plated with a double or triple plating. They look and feel like silver. The enamel work is superlative. Each of the crests represents a famous German city or town on an enameled shield only. Only about three of them show minor chipping. The worst is Stuttgart where there is a little larger chip in the center body of the horse. Epoxy would hide it completely. The cups are 4 3/4 inches tall with a mouth opening of 2 3/4 inches. The bottom is a little over 1 3/4 inches in diameter. The cities represented are:
Berlin
Bamburg
Mannheim
Bertesgaden
Stuttgart
Dinkelsbühl
Frankfurt am Main
Heidelberg
Kassel
Garmisch Parteinkirchen
Bad Tolz
Rothenburg A.T.
Oberammergau

PRICE: $700.00 This is sold as a set of 13, not separately.

 

Hitler Youth

Hitler Youth Painting (Item ART 2-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a very fine period painting in oil of a young lad in the Hitler Youth. It is in the original period frame and is expertly accomplished. The youthful exuberance and idealistic fervor is reflected in this noble, but, cherubic face. The boy is depicted probably in the 1930's. We hope and pray that he did not end up being one of the millions of German soldiers who died for the Fatherland in the maelstrom of WWII. With the frame the painting is around 16 x 13 inches and is signed by the artist (looks like "Peters"). A fine historically important item.

PRICE:  $2,200.00

 

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Wehrmacht Artillery Decorative Target Prize (Item ART 2-5; WEHR 13-7)

DESCRIPTION:Here is a really great and fascinating German Army target. The German’s had the odd and peculiar custom of making up a roundel of wood decorated in the best of taste and artistic accomplishment and then using it as a target. The target then becomes the prize for the best shot in a contest of rifle or pistol shooting. Often, .22-caliber rifles were used in these contests, but in this case and because of the very small holes evident, a parlor gun or Zimmershutzen was employed. A Herr Soldat Hoffmann was the Shutzenkönig, or top contender, in a contest on July 2, 1939 (the eve of the Second World War). The center is a fine color print, but the presentation wording is hand lettered. The scene depicts a German artillery company in action. Highly dramatic, highly Teutonic and just a great item to hang in a WW II collection.

PRICE: $850.00

Special sale – reduced to $685.00

 

 

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