Image by Christian Wolf - taken from Wikimedia Commons

Image by Christian Wolf - taken from Wikimedia Commons

This is the probably older version of the blind stamp that’s used on some prints by Fritz Neumann.

It imitates the Holsten Gate in Lübeck (second image), another indication of a North German origin. So far, inquiries from the Lübeck City Archives about former art publishers in the city have not yet been answered.

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Short description: Sailing Boats

Notes: Sold originally in Paderborn, see label.

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Short description : Sailing Boats

Notes : Taken from eBay .

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Short description : A German Shepherd

Notes : Bought in Göttingen.

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Short description: Large sailing ship

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Short description : Sailing Boats

Notes : Taken from eBay .

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Short description: Sailing boats

Notes: Slightly different colouring then other versions .

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Short description: A stair (alley)

Notes: Better quality then the first entry for this .

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Short description : Two dogs, fox terrier.

Notes : Taken from eBay . This one is quite interesting, it’s attributed to Hermann Fritz Neumann and should be quite old. It also features the stamp mark, but in another form: The letters “J”, “C” and “B” are not overlapping, and are put in the middle of the Holstentor .

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Short Description : Sailing boats in a harbour / near a shore

Notes : Another maritime subject by Fritz Neumann, on the back is a sticker reading “Echt Aquarell” (Original aquarelle). But this is clearly a colourised print, since there is a platemark.

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