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Bound Volume of Die Kunst im Deutschen Reich (Item ART 8-1)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a beautifully bound volume of the magazines of the Haus der Deutschen Kunst in Munich. No art magazine historically or presently has ever surpassed this wonderful periodical with presentation of the finest art studies that have ever emerged from a Reich dedicated to strength, beauty, and clean, artistic achievement. This set of volumes is a group from 5 Jarhrang folge 1/Jan 1941 and on the Folge 12 Ausgave a December 1941 12 issues. Stunning masterpieces of sculptures in porcelain, bronze, and wood abound within the pages. Oil and watercolors are presented in vibrant color. The interiors of important museums of history are detailed as well as very interesting advertisements for art studios. Photographers and sculptors, etc., are nicely presented. The volume is 11 ½ x 14 inches and 1 ¼ inch thick. The pages are numbered with Folge 1 as the starting volume and the numbers continue to the last volume Folge 12. It comprises 360 pages in the first volume offered here. This volume is in excellent condition and would have to be considered an archival treasure. These magazines, when in good condition, sell for about $100.00 each. There are 12 issues in special binding here and the price would be normally $1,200.00 and, that, considering the rarity of these volumes would yet be a bargain They are super rare in this condition and because they are in the book binding makes them even more desirable, but we always try to bring the collectors the best in both our historical offerings, but in price as well. So in considering this we now offer this great art collection for only $850.00.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Book Hitler Youth on Home Furnishing (Item ART 8-2; YOUTH 4-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is a truly rare book of the Third Reich. Its title is: Werkhefte für den Heimbau der Hitler-Jugend II (Work Booklet for the Building of Homes of the Hitler Youth). This is Volume II. Subtitle is: Die Gestaltung des Innerraumes (Organization of the Inner Rooms). The first must have been on actual buildings (architecture). Like so many books published in the Third Reich this publication practically glows with magnificent photography. It comprises 373 pages; most with stunning photograph, plans, chairs, fireplaces, beds, dressers, bookshelves, ornamental and practical ironwork, room settings, medieval-type vaulted ceilings, etc. The book is replete with amazing material. The opening pages have a statement by Adolf Hitler about the importance of architecture and special furnishing to the spirit of the movement and the importance to the future of the German people, and the youth, especially. You could not do better than this tremendous book, if you are interested in the aesthetics of the Third Reich.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Third Reich Period Porcelain Dog (Item ART 8-3; GEN 9-7)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a fine porcelain piece of a terrier by the famous Third Reich artist Erich Oehme. See our porcelain statue at Item SS 7-4 Die Alarm. This little dog is nowhere near the magnitude and powerful countenance of the alarm, but this piece is definitely Third Reich and in perfect condition. It is not Allach, but it is Meissen. You can’t do much better than that as far as porcelain manufacturers go. Most of the figures produced by Oehme were of animals. His work is very sought after today in Germany. The piece is signed by him and you will see the words “Böttger Steinzeug” with the crossed Meissen swords and the year of manufacture—1937 (68 years ago). The red clay Böttger porcelain is considered the best and rarest of Meissen pieces. Do not underrate this great-looking little guy. He is a proud Third Reich product and in my estimation he is as rare or even scarcer than an Allach piece and fully as important.

PRICE: Special: Reduced by consigner to $350.00. Grab this guy quick!

 

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Original Wagnerian Charcoal Etchings (Item ART 8-4; OLD 3-9)

DESCRIPTION: Here are two original renderings that may have been for the erection of the Niebelungen Bridge that Adolf Hitler intended to be the model artistic bridge of all time; honoring the opera “Der Ring des Niebelungen” section of “Gotterdammerung” by the immortal Richard Wagner. We say this because the statues depicted stand on architectural plinths. The figures represent Siegfried, the hero, and Brünnhilde, the Walkurie from the aforementioned ring cycle. These are originals (unique) and the detail of anatomy and costume is spectacular. The weapons and shield are authentic to the last detail. The artist who is signed to them is K. Schmide. The Volsang sagas are Germany’s finest legends and are cultural treasures. These are large pieces 19 x 27 inches. The framing is 3 inches thick and the oak-leaf motif is apropos to the period. They have been reframed in Germany with a very special style framing stock used only for very important objects. This framing couldn’t be more typical of the type used in the Third Reich. The oak is the sacred tree of the old German tribesmen and it was especially venerated in the sacred groves and grottos. What could be better used on these Teutonic treasures of the past? These original renderings are a Germanophile’s dream!

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Bust of Adolf Hitler by P.H. Flettner (Item ART 8-5; AH 13-10)

DESCRIPTION: This is a work by a major Third Reich artist Philipp Flettner. This man was a great exponent of classic realistic art as was always expressed in Third Reich art. The bust of Hitler as seen here was one of the best ever done. We were not familiar with Flettner’s work until after we had purchased the bust. When we first saw it we thought it to be by one of the hundreds of artists who sculpted the German leader. There have been more busts of Hitler than there are of Napoleon, and far more than Churchill or Roosevelt or Stalin, for that matter. When we looked in the book Kunst in Deutschland 1933-1945, there he was, Philipp Flettner, artist extraordinaire! Born in Wiesbaden Fraunstein on March 5, 1904, and years later studied wood carving for 3 years, then went to Frankfurt Am Main to attend the courses of Richard Scheibe. He also made study trips to Italy, England, Holland and settled in Frankfurt in 1931. In 1935, he achieves the Rome prize and stays in Italy for 9 months. He contributed regularly to the grand German art exhibitions. His portrait of Chancellor Planck was personally commissioned by the Kaiser Wilhelm II Society. He was commissioned by the NSDAP to do the famous bust of Adolf Hitler. Is it possible that Flettner only did one of the Führer, and here it is? We have been doing what we do for a combination of 80 years of if you combine the times of all our three efforts and pretty much steadily at it as many of our customers and associates know. We have had editions of the Hitler busts of Liebermann, Ley, Wolf, F. Masko, Hans Schwegerle, F. Graevnits, etc., but have never seen another Flettner. And may I say that although the bust that the Führer liked best was the one by Liebermann, this one in my opinion is at least second best. He has truly captured the inner spirit of this Time magazines Man of the Year in 1938. So we offer at this time what could turn out to be an extremely rare and prodigiously important artwork. We offer it at a very reasonable price considering all mentioned above. The bust measures roughly 16 inches high from the base to the top of the head and it is about 12 inches from the back of the head to the tip of the nose. The condition is excellent with a slash or two in the back of the head (very slight; half an inch long, or so). It definitely does detract in the slightest from what is a very dramatic-looking bronze sculpture by an important prestigious Third Reich artist of excellence.

PRICE: SOLD to a German Museum (Museum Am Burghof in Lorrach, Germany)

 

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Set of Large Mettlach Porcelain Plaques (Item ART 8-6; KGLASS 2-5)

DESCRIPTION: If you are a true Germanophile and are as impressed with the Deutsches Adler (German eagle) as we are, then these plaques should send a shudder up your spine as they did for us when we found them. First of all they are numbered Villeroy & Boch (Mettlach) pieces; just as perfect and pretty as they could be. They are large 13 x 11 inches. The first one depicts the German National Eagle with the 19 German states all depicted in his wings: Hisse, Bavaria, Saxony, Meklinberg, Lippe, Wurtemburg, etc. The crown of the Hohenzollern Empire is about the eagle’s head, while the particular Hohenzollern Eagle adorns his chest. The company marks and registration numbers are clearly marked on the back. In the period 1920 to 1935 or so everything made by Villeroy & Boch was marked for export (“Made in Germany”) as well as for domestic use. This was a period before the worldwide demonization of Germany by her enemies. This was a period when the western world loved Germany again after the devastating fratricidal war. We are not sure if these plaques fall into that period or possibly pre-World War I in the turn of the century because the “Made in Germany” phrase also appears on merchandise of the era of the Kaisers--the late 1800’s until 1913-1914. The second plaque has the special eagle of the city of Frankfurt. This one is numbered with the patent protection words like the first Geschützt (protected) and also has the same number 1290 to show that it is of the same set. The shape is the same of course and the beautiful orange background is quite striking. The size is also identical. Together, this set is the ultimate Germanophile’s dream of Teutonic beauty sold as a set only and will make a fantastic wall decoration for your Berghof.

PRICE: $1,895.00

 

 

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