European Secession & Art Nouveau

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LUCIAN BERNHARD (1883-1972)
THUSNELDA MARGARINE. Circa 1910.

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
HERMANN SCHERRER. 1907.

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
WELTAUSSTELLUNG BRÜSSEL. 1910.

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Lot 204
LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
MITTELMEER - FAHRTEN / NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD BREMEN. 1913.

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
HERRSCHING / KERAMISCHE WERKSTÄTTEN. 1910.

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JULIUS GIPKENS (1883-1969)
AUSSTELLUNG ALT - CHINA. 1911.

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JULIUS KLINGER (1876-1942)
BÜROMÖBEL / EDMUND BOEHM & CO. 1910.

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LOUIS OPPENHEIM (1879-1936)
DIE KORNFRANCK - TANTE. Circa 1908.

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KARL SCHULPIG (1884-1948)
W. HOFFMANN PIANOS. 1912.

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WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961)
KOSTÜME / PLAKATE UND DEKORATIONEN. Complete book. 1922.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
LEIPZIGER REKLAMEMESSE. 1920.

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ARTÚR LAKATOS (1880-1968)
PENSION GERÖ BUDAPEST LIPOTKORUT.

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ERWIN PUCHINGER (1875-1944)
WIENER KUNSTGEWERBE - VEREIN. 1912.

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FRITZ ZERRITSCH (1888-1985)
3HD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF WOMEN / FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM. 1921.

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HANS NEUMANN (1888-1960)
IBUS / BRIEF PAPIERE KUVERTS. Circa 1922.

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LUPUS (HANS WOLFF, 1892-?)
RIKOLA BÜCHER. 1924.

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JAN SLUIJTERS (1881-1957)
GEMÄLDE AUSSTELLUNG HOLLÄNDISCHER MEISTER. 1913.

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JAN SLUIJTERS (1881-1957)
AVOND - FEEST CONCERTGEBOUW AMSTERDAM. 1915.

Swiss Designers

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EMIL CARDINAUX (1877-1936)
SCHWEIZERISCHE LANDESAUSSTELLUNG BERN. 1914.

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CHARLES HINDENLANG (1894-1960)
GEWERBE MUSEUM WEIHNACHTSVERKAUF. 1923.

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NIKLAUS STOECKLIN (1896-1982)
DER BUCHDRUCK. 1922.

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NIKLAUS STOECKLIN (1896-1982)
QUODLIBET MASKEN BALL / CASINO BASEL. 1929.

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
KUNSTHAUS MASKENFEST / BAUR AU LAC. 1929.

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
KUNSTHAUS - MASKENBALL / BAUR AU LAC. 1932.

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
ART. INSTITUT / ORELL FÜSSLI. 1928.

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
FORSTER TEIL AUSVERKAUF. 1928.

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Lot 227
OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
FORSTER / TEIL - AUSVERKAUF. 1930.

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BURKHARD (DATES UNKNOWN)
GRAFA / I. GRAPHISCHE FACHAUSSTELLUNG. 1933.

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WALTER KÄCH (1901-1970)
PLAKAT AUSSTELLUNG / KUNSTGEWERBEMUSEUM ZÜRICH. 1933.

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ERNST KELLER (1891-1968)
DAS NEUE HEIM. 1928.

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IB ANDERSEN (1907-1969)
BYGGE OG BOLIG. 1929.

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JERK WERKMÄSTER (1896-1978)
TEKNISKA MUSEET / MUSEIVAGEN. 1938.

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GENEVIÈVE LECORNU (DATES UNKNOWN)
GRAND PALAIS PARIS /5EME EXPOSITION DE L'HABITATION. 1938.

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WIM CROUWEL (1928-2019)
[ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITIONS]. Group of three posters.

Dada & Bauhaus

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
TANZSTUDIO WULFF / NEUE BALLETTE. Circa 1932.

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KURT SCHWITTERS (1887-1948) & THEO VAN DOESBURG (1883-1931)
KLEINE DADA SOIRÉE. 1922.

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KURT SCHWITTERS (1887-1948) & THEO VAN DOESBURG (1883-1931)
KLEINE DADA SOIRÉE. Proof. 1922.

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WALTER DEXEL (1890-1973)
VERWENDE STETS NUR GAS. 1924.

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FRITZ KAHN (1888-1968)
DER MENSCH ALS INDUSTRIEPALAST. Poster with 5 bound volumes. 1926.

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JOHANNES MOLZAHN (1892-1965)
WOHNUNG UND WERKRAUM. 1929.

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ERWIN HAHS (1887-1970)
DEUTSCHE WOCHE DEUTSCHE ARBEIT DEUTSCHE WARE. Circa 1930s.

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ALEXANDER RODCHENKO (1891-1956)
[DOBROLET.] 1923.

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EL LISSITZKY (1890-1941)
WENDINGEN. Deluxe hardcover edition. Volume IV, Number 11. 1921.

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EL LISSITZKY (1890-1941)
PRO DVA KVADRATA. Book, inscribed by Tschichold. 1922.

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EL LISSITZKY (1890-1941)
[FOR THE VOICE]. Book. 1923.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985) & LASZLO MOHOLY-NAGY (1895-1946)
STAATLICHES BAUHAUS IN WEIMAR 1915-1923. Bound volume. 1923.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
UNIVERSAL TYPE / BREIT HALBFETT. Ink and gouache maquette. Circa 1925.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
DAS WEISSE FEST. Invitation. 1926.

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Lot 249
HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
EINLADUNG ZUM BART NASEN HERZENS FEST, DER BAUHAUSKAPELLE. Invitation. 1928.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
DIE NEUE LINIE / [BAYER COVERS.] Group of 5 issues. 1930s.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
DIE NEUE LINIE / [BAYER COVERS.] Group of 5 issues. 1930s.

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VARIOUS ARTISTS
DIE NEUE LINIE. Group of 17 issues. 1933-1937.

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VARIOUS ARTISTS
DIE NEUE LINIE. Group of 14 issues. 1938-1943.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
[GERMAN TRAVEL GUIDES.] Group of 7 books & pamphlets. 1930s.

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Lot 255
HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
DIE KAMERA / AUSSTELLUNG FÜR FOTOGRAFIE. Catalogue. 1933.

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HERBERT BAYER (1900-1985)
G.E. / ELECTRONICS - A NEW SCIENCE FOR A NEW WORLD. Booklet. 1942.

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HERBERT MATTER (1907-1984)
[KNOLL] & [GEBRAUCHSGRAPHIK.] Group of 3 publications.

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HERBERT MATTER (1907-1984)
[DIE SCHWEIZ.] Bound volume & 2 brochures. 1930s.

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HERBERT MATTER (1907-1984)
ARTS & ARCHITECTURE. Group of 12 magazine issues. 1940-1946.

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HERBERT MATTER (1907-1984)
ARTS & ARCHITECTURE. Group of 9 magazine issues. 1947-1948.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
[COVER DESIGNS / GEORGE BERNARD SHAW.] Two softcover books.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
[COVER DESIGNS.] Two softcover books. 1932 & 1935.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
[COVER DESIGNS / GEORGE BERNARD SHAW.] Group of 3 softcover books. 1932-1933.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
ZIJEME / [WE LIVE.] Group of 20 issues. 1931-1932.

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Lot 265
LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
DESIGN & PAPER. Group of 3 brochures. 1940s.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
CATALOGUE DESIGN PROCESS. Book and ephemera. 1950.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
TRANSPORT NEXT HALF CENTURY. Book. 1950.

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LADISLAV SUTNAR (1897-1976)
ADDO - X / SWEDISH ADDING MACHINE. 1958.

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BOHUMIL STEPAN (1913-1985)
POZOR NA SAMOZVANE PRATELE LIDU! 1946.

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Lot 270
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[CZECH GRAPHICS.] Group of 4 posters.

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Lot 271
FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI (1876-1944)
LES MOTS EN LIBERTÉ FUTURISTES. Book with 4 foldout, typographic plates. 1919.

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ENRICO PRAMPOLINI (1894-1956) & FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI (1876-1944)
INFINITO / BRUNO GIORDANO SANZIN. Paperback. 1933.

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MARIO SIRONI (1885-1961)
EXPOSICION DE LA REVOLUCION FASCISTA. 1932.

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Lot 274
FORTUNATO DEPERO (1892-1960)
VANITY FAIR. Magazine. March, 1931.

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Lot 275
FORTUNATO DEPERO (1892-1960)
LA RIVISTA. Group of 5 magazines. 1926-1932.

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XANTI SCHAWINSKY (1904-1979)
1934 • XII / SI. Poster insert. 1934.

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LEO LIONNI (1910-1999)
FUORI I TEDESCHI / [OUT WITH THE GERMANS]. Circa 1944.

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MAX HUBER (1919-1992)
CONVEGNO SU GLI SVILUPPI DI MILANO. 1959.

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BRUNO MUNARI (1907-1988)
DEPERO. 1959.

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BRUNO MONGUZZI (1941- )
OSKAR SCHLEMMER / LES NOCES / IGOR STRAVINSKY. 1988.

Art Deco

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ALEXEY BRODOVITCH (1898-1971)
BAL BANAL. 1924.

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ALEXEY BRODOVITCH (1898-1971)
PORTFOLIO / THE ANNUAL OF THE GRAPHIC ARTS. Group of 3 issues and ephemera. 1950-1951.

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Lot 283
VARIOUS ARTISTS
L’IMPRIMERIE ET LA PENSÉE MODERNE / BULLETIN OFFICIEL. Book. 1928.

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ADOLPHE MOURON CASSANDRE (1901-1968)
[HERMÈS SILK SCARF.] 1951.

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ADOLPHE MOURON CASSANDRE (1901-1968)
LMS BEST WAY / GRANDE BRETAGNE. Small plate. 1928.

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TOYONOSUKE KUROZUMI (1908-1955)
[OSAKA RAILWAYS / KANSAI LINES.] Circa 1935.

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Lot 287
ROGER DE VALÉRIO (1896-1951)
LONDRES / PARIS / SOUTHERN RY CHEMIN DE FER DE L'ETAT.

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CHARLES LOUPOT (1892-1962)
DAUPHINET CHOCOLAT / CÉMOI. 1926.

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FRITZ BÜHLER (1909-1963)
ROGER & GALLET PARIS. 1947.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
CAFE NOIR / AGATHA CHRISTIE. 1938.

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PSIM (DATE UNKNOWN)
EDDY - JOHNNY. 1938.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
MEIN NEUER ANZUG . . . SELBSTVERSTÄNDLICH MIT REISSVERSCHLUSS.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
AUSSTELLUNG: GUT WOHNEN. Circa 1955.

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Lot 294
DESIGNER UNKNOWN
"JOCKEY CLUB." 1930s.

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Lot 295
NEMBHARD N. CULIN (1908-1990)
IN 1939 / THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR. 1937.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
MUSEUM OF MODERN ART. Gouache maquette.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
JOIN THE HUASOS / CHILE. Gouache maquette.

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Lot 298
DESIGNER UNKNOWN
DAVIS TOYS / OSWEGO. Gouache maquette.

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Lot 299
DESIGNER UNKNOWN
COME TO THE CINEMA BY TRAIN. Circa 1930s.

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ANDREW POWER (SYBIL ANDREWS, 1898-1992 & CYRIL POWER, 1872-1951)
LORD'S / OVAL / LONDON UNDERGROUND. 1934.

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CLIFFORD ELLIS (1907-1985) & ROSEMARY ELLIS (1910-1998)
OCEAN CABLE. 1935.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART DECO GRAPHICS.] Group of 3 books, 2 pamphlets. 1920s-30s.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART DECO DUST JACKETS.] Group of 6 books. 1925-1936.

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Lot 304
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART DECO DUST JACKETS / MURDER MYSTERY.] Group of 5 books. 1929-1932.

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Lot 305
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART MAGAZINES & PIANO SCORES.] Group of 9 items. 1920s-30s.

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Lot 306
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[POETRY / T.S. ELIOT / THE CHAPBOOK.] Group of 4 booklets.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
QUACK QUACK BY LEONARD WOOLF. Hardcover book. 1937.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
KEEP IT UNDER YOUR STETSON. 1942.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION / SPEED THE WAR. 1943.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[GRAPHIC DESIGN / WORLD WAR II.] Group of 6 items. 1930s-40s.

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Lot 311
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
IMPERIAL AIRWAYS. Group of 7 folded timetables. 1930s.

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Lot 312
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
SOARING TO SUCCESS! DAILY HERALD - THE EARLY BIRD. Circa 1963.

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Lot 313
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART EXHIBITIONS.] Group of 8 pamphlets and booklets. 1930s-50s.

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Lot 314
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[TRAVEL GUIDES.] Group of 8 booklets.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
AMERICAN AIRLINES / PARIS. Circa 1948.

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Lot 316
EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART DECO DUST JACKETS & DESIGN]. Group of 7 books. 1920s-30s.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[ART DECO GRAPHICS.] Group of 7 pamphlets. 1930s.

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EDWARD MCKNIGHT KAUFFER (1890-1954)
[TRAVEL & GRAPHIC EPHEMERA.] Group of 17 items.

Mid-Century Design

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ABRAM GAMES (1914-1996)
THE EMERGENCY BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE NEEDS BLOOD DONORS. 1943.

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ABRAM GAMES (1914-1996)
ARMY EDUCATION SCHEME / WHAT CAN YOU DO IN CIVVY ST.? 1944.

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ABRAM GAMES (1914-1996)
RIDE AHEAD WITH THE HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY. 1949.

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PATRICK COKAYNE KEELY (1901-1970)
BEWARE / MUSHROOM TOOLS. 1941.

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RAPIER (DATES UNKNOWN)
THESE BITE / KEEP THEM CAGED. Circa 1940.

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LEWITT-HIM (JAN LEWITT, 1907-1991 & JERZY HIM, 1900-1981)
AOA TO USA / AMERICAN OVERSEAS AIRLINES. 1948.

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LEWITT-HIM (JAN LEWITT, 1907-1991 & JERZY HIM, 1900-1981)
DAGENS NYHETER / OVERALLT. 1952.

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PAUL HERZEL (HARTZELL, 1876-1956)
[SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY.] Complete series of 31 plates. Circa 1936.

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Lot 327
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[WPA ARTISTS & EXHIBITIONS.] Group of 12 booklets and catalogues. 1930s.

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Lot 328
LESTER BEALL (1903-1969)
NOW I'M SATISFIED / RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION. Circa 1939.

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Lot 329
LESTER BEALL (1903-1969)
POWER FOR DEFENSE / RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION. 1941.

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Lot 330
DESIGNER UNKNOWN
GIVE / UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. Circa 1940s.

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ERIK NITSCHE (1908-1998)
USS NAUTILUS / GENERAL DYNAMICS. 1955.

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ERIK NITSCHE (1908-1998)
GENERAL DYNAMICS / ASTRODYNAMICS. 1955.

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ERIK NITSCHE (1908-1998)
GENERAL DYNAMICS / ELECTRODYNAMICS. 1955.

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ERIK NITSCHE (1908-1998)
GENERAL DYNAMICS / AERODYNAMICS. 1955.

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ERIK NITSCHE (1908-1998)
GENERAL DYNAMICS / NUCLEODYNAMICS. 1955.

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ERIK NITSCHE (1908-1998)
GENERAL ATOMIC / TRIGA. 1958.

Modern Swiss Graphics

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Lot 337
HELMUT KURTZ (1903-1959)
PARSENN BAHN DAVOS. Circa 1930.

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Lot 338
JAN TSCHICHOLD (1903-1974)
DER BERUFSPHOTOGRAPH. 1938.

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PETER BIRKHÄUSER (1911-1976)
WER RECHNET, KAUFT IM GLOBUS. 1942.

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ARMIN HOFMANN (1920-2020)
THEATRE BAU VON DER ANTIKE. Two posters. 1955.

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ARMIN HOFMANN (1920-2020)
GISELLE. 1959.

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HANS NEUBURG (1904-1983)
KONSTRUKTIVE GRAFIK. 1958.

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Lot 343
JOSEF MÜLLER-BROCKMANN (1914-1996)
MUSICA VIVA. 1958.

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Lot 344
JOSEF MÜLLER-BROCKMANN (1914-1996)
DER FILM / KUNSTGEWERBEMUSEUM ZÜRICH. 1960.

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Lot 345
FRIDOLIN MÜLLER (1926- )
EIDG. SCHÜTZENFEST. 1963.

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Lot 346
ROBERT BÜCHLER (1914-2005)
TYPOGRAPHIE / GEWERBEMUSEUM, BASEL. 1960.

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Lot 347
PETER MEGERT (1937- )
LICHT UND BEWEGUNG / LIGHT AND MOVEMENT. 1965.

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Lot 348
ROSMARIE TISSI (1937- )
INTERNATIONALE MUSIKFESTWOCHEN / LUZERN. 1994.

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Lot 349
GEROLD HUNZIKER (1894-1980)
BUGATTI. 1932.

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Lot 350
ERICH STRENGER (1922-1993)
PORSCHE / WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. 1962.

American Design

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Lot 351
DESIGNER UNKNOWN
VOLKSWAGEN / IT'S UGLY, BUT IT GETS YOU THERE. 1969.

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Lot 352
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
[COVER DESIGN.] Group of 5 items. 1939 & 1946.

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Lot 353
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
[H.L. MENCKEN] & [GINZA GRAPHIC GALLERY]. 1958 & 1992.

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Lot 354
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
FORD / SIGNS THAT SAY SAFE DRIVING. Circa 1966.

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Lot 355
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
IBM. 1982.

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Lot 356
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
IBM 75. 1989.

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Lot 357
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
TOKYO COMMUNICATION ARTS. 1991.

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Lot 358
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
UCLA SUMMER SESSIONS. 1993.

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Lot 359
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
UCLA EXTENSION / WINTER QUARTER. 1990.

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Lot 360
PAUL RAND (1914-1996)
UCLA 75. 1994.

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Lot 361
MASSIMO VIGNELLI (1931-2014)
BERTOIA / KNOLL. Circa 1968.

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Lot 362
MASSIMO VIGNELLI (1931-2014)
KNOLL AU LOUVRE. Four-part poster. 1972.

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Lot 363
MASSIMO VIGNELLI (1931-2014)
THE FORT WORTH ART MUSEUM / THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT: THE AMERICAN MUSICAL FILM. 1976.

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Lot 364
MASSIMO VIGNELLI (1931-2014)
NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY DIAGRAM. 2008.

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Lot 365
GUNTHER TETZ (DATES UNKNOWN)
DENVER 76 / UNITED STATES CANDIDATE FOR THE XII WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES. Circa 1968.

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Lot 366
DIETMAR WINKLER & JACQUELINE S. CASEY (1927-1992)
THE MIT BLACK STUDENT UNION. Circa1968.

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Lot 367
KENNETH D. HAAK (1923-?)
GET ALL THE NEWS AND GET IT RIGHT / THE NEW YORK TIMES. 1951.

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ROBERT M. CUNNINGHAM (1924-2010)
BIG, BOLD, BEAUTIFUL - BIG A. 1965.

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Lot 369
EDWARD GOREY (1925-2000)
MIKADO / GILBERT & SULLIVAN. 1983.

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Lot 370
VARIOUS ARTISTS
NEST: A QUARTERLY OF INTERIORS. Complete run of of 26 issues. 1997-2004.

Film, Art Exhibition & Rock 'n Roll

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RENÉ GRUAU (COUNT RENATO DE ZAVAGLI, 1910-2004)
LA DOLCE VITA. Circa 1980.

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Lot 372
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[CUBAN FILM & POLITICS.] Group of 10 posters. 1960s-80s.

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Lot 373
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[CUBAN FILM & POLITICS.] Group of 10 posters. 1970s-80s.

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RENÉ FERRACCI (1927-1982)
GETAWAY / STEVE MCQUEEN. 1972.

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TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
HAVING REACHED A CLIMAX AT THE AGE OF 29, I WAS DEAD. 1965.

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TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
YUKIO MISHIMA / [THE AESTHETICS OF END]. 1966.

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TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
[THE CITY AND DESIGN / THE WONDERS OF LIFE ON EARTH]. 1966.

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TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
[PATRIOTISM, A RECITAL BY KINSHIRO OZAWA]. 1966.

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TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
YUHI SHOSETSU. 1968.

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Lot 380
TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
[JOHN SILVER CONTINUED]. 1968.

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Lot 381
TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
[ONE MAN SHOW]. 1970.

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Lot 382
TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
EXPO 70 / TEXTILES. 1970.

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Lot 383
TADANORI YOKOO (1936- )
STEDELIJK MUSEUM / AMSTERDAM. Group of 5 duplicate posters. 1974.

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Lot 384
HANS FABIGAN (1901-1975)
PLAKATE FABIGAN. Circa 1955.

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Lot 385
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[PHILIP GLASS / PERFORMANCES.] Group of 3 posters.

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Lot 386
ROY LICHTENSTEIN (1923-1997)
AMERIKANSK POP - KONST / MODERNA MUSEET. 1964.

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Lot 387
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
FILM FESTIVAL - LINCOLN CENTER. 1967.

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Lot 388
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
WILLIAMS COLLEGE MUSEUM OF ART. 1986.

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Lot 389
PHOTO BY MICHAEL HALSBAND (1956- )
BASQUIAT * WARHOL / PAINTINGS. 1985.

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Lot 390
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[ART EXHIBITIONS.] Group of 4 posters.

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Lot 391
VIC D. (DATES UNKNOWN)
THE FASCIST GUN IN THE WEST / RECALL REAGAN. 1968.

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Lot 392
GEORGE MACIUNAS (1931-1978)
U.S.A. SURPASSES ALL THE GENOCIDE RECORDS! 1966.

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Lot 393
GUERRILLA GIRLS
[ART & POLITICAL GRAPHICS.] Group of 7 posters. 1980s-90s.

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Lot 394
GUERRILLA GIRLS
[ART & POLITICAL GRAPHICS.] Group of 6 posters. 1980s-90s.

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Lot 395
CLAUDE KUHN-KLEIN (1948- )
[ANIMALS / NATURAL HISTORY] Group of 3 posters. 1980s-90s.

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Lot 396
GÜNTHER KIESER (1930- )
THE DOORS AND THE CANNED HEAT. 1968.

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Lot 397
RICHARD AVEDON (1923-2004)
[THE BEATLES / LOOK MAGAZINE.] Group of 4 posters, banner & magazine. 1967.

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Lot 398
VICTOR MOSCOSO (1936- )
[PSYCHEDELIC ROCK CONCERTS.] Group of 7 posters. 1966-1967.

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Lot 399
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[PSYCHEDELIC ROCK CONCERTS.] Group of 6 posters. 1967-1968.

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Lot 400
VARIOUS ARTISTS
[PSYCHEDELIC ROCK CONCERTS.] Group of 4 posters. 1967-1968.

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European Secession & Art Nouveau

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LUCIAN BERNHARD (1883-1972)
THUSNELDA MARGARINE. Circa 1910.

27½x18½ inches, 69¾x47 cm. Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin.

Thusnelda Margarine "replaces the finest butter."

Condition B+ / A-: small tears and unobtrusive tape-repaired tears at edges; creases at edges and in image. Paper.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
HERMANN SCHERRER. 1907.

38¼x26¼ inches, 97¾x67¼ cm. [Schön & Maison, Munich.]

An absolute masterpiece of modern graphic design, Hohlwein referred to this poster as “The man with the saddle.” The use of a subdued background serves to delineate the overall image from the checkered riding pants and scarlet waistcoat that Hohlwein constructed in a cut-out fashion, inventing a revolutionary style of illustration in the process. This image was so striking that it became an emblem of the company, which used it on catalogue covers and even on their clothing labels. When the German design magazine Gebrauchsgraphik dedicated an entire issue to Hohlwein, the artist drew a modernized version of the image, which shows just how important it was to Hohlwein himself. Hohlwein / Stuttgart 3 (var), Hohlwein / Munich p. 128 no. 101, DFP-III 1328, Modern Poster 56, Wember 406, Muller-Brockmann 59, Art Nouveau p. 237, Word and Image p. 43, Encyclopedie de l’Affiche p. 71, Rademacher pl 125.

Condition C: extensive repaired tears, creases and abrasions along vertical and horizontal folds; repaired tears at edges, one in upper image; losses, replaced losses, creases and abrasions in image; repaired pin holes in corners; margins removed. Mounted on Japan.

Estimate

$4,000 – $6,000

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
WELTAUSSTELLUNG BRÜSSEL. 1910.

24x32½ inches, 61x82½ cm. Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin.

When Hohlwein received the official commission to design the poster for Germany’s participation in the 1910 Brussels World’s Fair, he stuck with a very academic artistic inspiration. The straightforward image of a naked man astride a horse is executed in Hohlwein’s singular style with the unexpected additional flourish of the Brussels skyline, laid out across the bottom of the poster. Hohlwein 120, DFP-III 1363, Wember 416.

Condition B: repaired tears, creases and abrasions in margins and along vertical and horizontal folds; rippling in unevenly-trimmed margins. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$2,000 – $3,000

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
MITTELMEER - FAHRTEN / NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD BREMEN. 1913.

27x37¼ inches, 68½x94¼ cm. Ver Druck u. Kunstanstaleten, Munich.

DFP-III 1463, Hohlwein 122, Hohlwein / Stuttgart 108, Hohlwein / Frenzel 39.

Condition B: creases, rippling and scuffing in margins and image; darkening in right image; trimmed unevenly at edges. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$2,500 – $3,500

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LUDWIG HOHLWEIN (1874-1949)
HERRSCHING / KERAMISCHE WERKSTÄTTEN. 1910.

44x30¾ inches, 111¾x78 cm. G. Schuh, Munich.

From 1908 to 1914, the Munich-Herrsching Ceramic Works was a prominent producer of Jugendstil pottery. Hohlwein’s graphic still life with three vases is an exceptional design, in which the window is reflected in the vessels, an effect that Hohlwein achieves using the white of the paper. The bold image is further strengthened by the organization of the typography which is firmly aligned with the width of the image. Hohlwein / Stuttgart 32, Hohlwein / Munich p. 156, DFP-III 1364, MoMA 82.1990.

Condition B: repaired tears, sharp creases, flaking and rippling in margins; crease and abrasions in image. Mounted in Chartex.

Estimate

$2,000 – $3,000

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JULIUS GIPKENS (1883-1969)
AUSSTELLUNG ALT - CHINA. 1911.

26x36 inches, 66x91¾ cm. Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin.

A self-taught poster artist, Gipkens was extremely active both before and after World War I. This poster, architecturally composed and with impeccable typography, is one of the finest examples of what the pre-First World War German poster school could produce. DFP-III 1016.

Condition C: repaired tears, abrasions and extensive creases and rippling throughout; small losses at edges. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,000

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JULIUS KLINGER (1876-1942)
BÜROMÖBEL / EDMUND BOEHM & CO. 1910.

28¼x35 inches, 71¾x89 cm. Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin.

Klinger studied art in Vienna, and worked in Berlin for the printer and publisher Hollerbaum & Schmidt, as well as for the satiric magazine Lustige Blätter. He was a prolific, versatile and inventive graphic artist, recognized as one of the best German poster artists and illustrators working in pre-War Berlin. He was also an accomplished typographer, whose style ranged from the flat tones and strong outlining (popular in Germany at the time), to bold and daring graphic constructions and humorous caricatures, to strictly typographic pieces like this one. He was also an accomplished typographer, whose style ranged from the flat tones and strong outlining (popular in Germany at the time), to bold and daring graphic constructions and humorous caricatures, to strictly typographic pieces like this one. DFP-III 1717, Klinger p. 138.

Condition B+: minor repaired tears, abrasions and slight staining at edges; creases in margins and image. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$2,000 – $3,000

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LOUIS OPPENHEIM (1879-1936)
DIE KORNFRANCK - TANTE. Circa 1908.

26¼x17¼ inches, 66¾x43¾ cm. [“Kornfranck” Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung, Berlin].

This image is so similar in style to the early work of Ludwig Hohlwein, involving solid planes of color, no outlining and a geometric pattern on the shawl, that it has frequently been misattributed to him. The product is corn coffee, produced by Heinrich Franck Sohne GmbH; the image of “the Kornfranck Aunt” is one of wholesome maternal comfort, suggesting that this ersatz coffee has connections to the traditions of the past. DFP-III 1431, Hohwlein / Stuttgart 433, Hohlwein / Munich 178-16, German Expressionist Art 33.

Condition B: repaired tears at edges; creases and abrasions at edges and in image; margins and printer’s information trimmed off. Mounted on Japan.

Estimate

$600 – $900

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209

KARL SCHULPIG (1884-1948)
W. HOFFMANN PIANOS. 1912.

27x18¼ inches, 68½x46¼ cm. Adolf Simmel, Berlin.

A painter and a poster designer, Schulpig was very active in Berlin. In 1905, when Lucian Bernhard invented the Object Poster, with his seminal image for Priester matches, he could not have foreseen how much his new style would influence an entire generation of poster artists. Bernhard’s poster for Steinway & Sons, in 1910 (see Swann Sale 2099, Lot 103), was a pure manifestation of this new style; a flat representation of the object, huge lettering and a monochromatic background. Schulpig’s cleanly-executed image can certainly be considered a “tribute” to Bernhard, neatly recreating the feeling of the poster, albeit with slightly more detail to the piano and more text. Schulpig was not the only artist to find “inspiration” in Bernhard’s piano imagery, as Julius Gipkens borrowed liberally from the style for his poster for Pianos Steck (see DFP-III 1044). Not in DFP, Muller-Brockman 131.

Condition B+: creases in image; margins slightly trimmed. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$800 – $1,200

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210

WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961)
KOSTÜME / PLAKATE UND DEKORATIONEN. Complete book. 1922.

13¼x10½ inches, 33½x26¾ cm. Musarion, Munich.

Introductory text by Oskar Bie, comprising 43 plates, beautifully colored in pochoir, some heightened in gold. This is the 2nd edition; the 1st was printed in 1920.

Condition B+: abrasions and scuffing to covers, foxing on back cover; spine reinforced inside, but separating in some places; slight scuffing on some plates.

Estimate

$2,000 – $3,000

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211

DESIGNER UNKNOWN
LEIPZIGER REKLAMEMESSE. 1920.

29¾x20½ inches, 75½x52 cm. Niedersedlitz, Dresden.

Condition A-: minor creases and abrasions at edges; hinged to mount. Paper. Framed.

Estimate

$500 – $750

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ARTÚR LAKATOS (1880-1968)
PENSION GERÖ BUDAPEST LIPOTKORUT.

23¾x18½ inches, 60¼x47 cm. Lengyel Lipot, Budapest.

Condition B+ / A-: repaired tears in upper right corner, into image; minor creases and restoration at edges. Framed.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,000

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213

ERWIN PUCHINGER (1875-1944)
WIENER KUNSTGEWERBE - VEREIN. 1912.

47½x34¾ inches, 120½x88¼ cm. Jacob Weiner, Vienna.

Erwin Puchinger was a Viennese artist, who was an influential participant in the Austrian Jugendstil and Gesamtkunstwerk circles. Both of these movements worked to meld fine art traditions with applied art and to standardize their tenets of design. Puchinger worked in London, Prague and Paris as well as Vienna. Classical Greek & Roman art and architecture, which were studied by his peers, also impacted Puchinger's aesthetic and is very much apparent in this poster for the Vienna Arts and Crafts Association.

Condition B: water staining in bottom left corner; repaired tears, creases and abrasions at edges, in image and along vertical and horizontal folds; small losses at edges. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$2,500 – $3,500

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FRITZ ZERRITSCH (1888-1985)
3HD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF WOMEN / FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM. 1921.

37½x24¾ inches, 95¼x62¾ cm. J. Weiner, Vienna.

Condition B+: repaired tears, small replaced losses, creases and restoration in margins and along vertical and horizontal folds.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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HANS NEUMANN (1888-1960)
IBUS / BRIEF PAPIERE KUVERTS. Circa 1922.

49x36¾ inches, 124½x93¼ cm.

Condition B+: repaired tears at edges; restoration along vertical and horizontal folds and in image.

Provenance: From the Hans Sachs Collection, with collector's label on verso of linen.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,000

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LUPUS (HANS WOLFF, 1892-?)
RIKOLA BÜCHER. 1924.

18½x23½ inches, 47x59½ cm.

Condition A: minor restoration at edges.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,000

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JAN SLUIJTERS (1881-1957)
GEMÄLDE AUSSTELLUNG HOLLÄNDISCHER MEISTER. 1913.

41¼x27¼ inches, 104¾x69¼ cm. J.E. Wolfensberger, Zurich.

Dutch Poster 43.

Condition B+: reattached loss at upper right margin; small tears, repaired tears and creases at edges; archival tape on verso. Paper.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,000

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JAN SLUIJTERS (1881-1957)
AVOND - FEEST CONCERTGEBOUW AMSTERDAM. 1915.

44¾x28 inches, 113½x71 cm. Senefelder, Amsterdam.

Condition B-: repaired tears, creases and flaking in margins; creases, abrasions and restoration in image and along vertical and horizontal folds; pin holes in corners; toned overall. Mounted on Chartex.

Estimate

$2,000 – $3,000

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Swiss Designers

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EMIL CARDINAUX (1877-1936)
SCHWEIZERISCHE LANDESAUSSTELLUNG BERN. 1914.

33x24½ inches, 83¾x62¼ cm. [J.E. Wolfensberger, Zurich.]

Cardinaux studied painting with Franz von Stuck in Germany, and also worked in Paris before returning to Switzerland where he became one of the founding fathers of Swiss poster art. In 1908, his poster for Zermatt with its flat colors and broad outlining was a revolution in the Swiss graphic art world. This fauvist image of a yellow horseman astride a green horse, promoting a Swiss Exhibition, proved to be scandalous; it took a patriotic subject and treated it with such unrealistic color that the normally passive Swiss surprised everyone by rallying against it. Cardinaux 37, Plakat Kunst p. 70, Muller-Brockmann 66, Schweiz / Kulturelle 16, Schweiz / Plakat p. 32, Weill 203.

Condition B: tears and repaired tears at edges; creases, abrasions and restoration along vertical and horizontal folds; margins trimmed. Paper.

Estimate

$1,200 – $1,800

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CHARLES HINDENLANG (1894-1960)
GEWERBE MUSEUM WEIHNACHTSVERKAUF. 1923.

50x35½ inches, 127x90¼ cm. W. Wassermann, Basel.

Condition A-: small tears and minor creases at edges. Paper.

Estimate

$500 – $750

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NIKLAUS STOECKLIN (1896-1982)
DER BUCHDRUCK. 1922.

50x35¼ inches, 127x89½ cm. W. Wassermann, Basel.

Stoecklin p. 53, Modern Poster 115, Realisme 36, Avant Garde p. 132, Schweiz / Plakat p. 41, MoMA 455.1985.

Condition A: tears at edges; creases in margins and image; hinged to mount. Paper. Framed.

Estimate

$7,000 – $10,000

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NIKLAUS STOECKLIN (1896-1982)
QUODLIBET MASKEN BALL / CASINO BASEL. 1929.

50x35¼ inches, 127x89½ cm. W. Wassermann, Basel.

Stoecklin p. 65.

Condition A-: creases in margins and image; hinged to mount. Paper. Framed.

Estimate

$1,500 – $2,000

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
KUNSTHAUS MASKENFEST / BAUR AU LAC. 1929.

50x35¼ inches, 127x89½ cm. Orell Füssli, Zurich.

Baumberger was one the most prolific Swiss graphic designers, and also one of the most versatile. His posters switched nimbly between minimal typographic creations, abstract and realistic landscapes, the near photographic representation of objects via the Neue Sachlichkeit and concise Art Deco designs. Baumberger 146.

Condition A-: creases in margins and along vertical and horizontal folds; hinged to mount. Paper. Framed.

Estimate

$2,500 – $3,500

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
KUNSTHAUS - MASKENBALL / BAUR AU LAC. 1932.

50x35½ inches, 127x90¼ cm. Gebr. Fretz, Zurich.

Baumberger 170.

Condition A-: small tears at edges; creases at edges and in image; hinged to mount. Paper. Framed.

Estimate

$1,000 – $1,500

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OTTO BAUMBERGER (1889-1961)
ART. INSTITUT / ORELL FÜSSLI. 1928.

50x35½ inches, 127x90¼ cm. Orell Füssli, Zurich.

This typographic poster promotes the different services available from one of Zurich’s top printing houses. Baumberger 145, Realisme 37.

Condition A-: creases at edges and in image; hinged to mount. Paper. Framed.

Estimate

$800 – $1,200

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Dada & Bauhaus