Mietshaus Charlottenburg. 6 Albumen Photographs: Lassen, Heinrich (Heinz) Mietshaus Charlottenburg. 6 Albumen Photographs: Lassen, Heinrich (Heinz) Mietshaus Charlottenburg. 6 Albumen Photographs: Lassen, Heinrich (Heinz)

Mietshaus Charlottenburg. 6 Albumen Photographs

Lassen, Heinrich (Heinz)

Published by Heinz Lassen, Berlin, 1920
Condition: g- Hardcover

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Six 10 1/2 x 13 1/2" Original Albumen photographs mounted on gray cardboard plates showing a luxury apartment building with storefronts located at the corner of Grolmann- and Bismarckstrasse, vis-à-vis the famous Schiller Theater, built by the German architect Heinrich Lassen. Active as an architect with an office in the Würzburgerstrasse in Berlin, Lassen held the position as a government building officer for the district of Berlin-Schönberg and is known for realizing a number of public and private buildings in the 1920s, some of which have been declared landmarks. The photographs, from the printing press of the prestigious German publisher Ernst Wasmuth, show three exterior and three interior perspectives. Built in the 1920s the storefront windows in these photographs feature vacancy flyers, advertisements of Julius M. Bier, a Jewish real estate business, and are marked with hand painted stars, respectively triangles resembling the Star of David and other unidentifiable markings suggesting that they were taken at some point during the Nazi reign. The photographs of the interior show the decorative entrance hall with stairway and elevator, the in-house nursery and the gym. All prints have Ernst Wasmuth Germany blind-stamped onto the right lower corner. The photograph of the full front view shows some hand colored corrections administered with whiteout. Captions on boards in German. Boards with wear and sunned along edges, two of them with pencil marks. Four photographs with light foxing. Overall in good- condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38812

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Title: Mietshaus Charlottenburg. 6 Albumen ...

Publisher: Heinz Lassen, Berlin

Publication Date: 1920

Binding: Loose_leaf

Book Condition:g-

Edition: First printing.

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