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1900 WERNER ART PRINT GERMAN ARMY RR TROOPS AT TEMPLEHOF

This beautiful and original old 1900 Chromolithograph art print shows GERMAN ARMY— RAILWAY TROOPS PRACTICING AT THE TEMPELHOF DRILL GROUNDS, and is removed from the following rare old book:

“GERMANY'S ARMY AND NAVY by Pen and Picture,” Compiled from the Latest and Best Authorities; with Accounts of their Organization, Composition, and Classification by Gustav A. Sigel, With Important Original Contributions on the German Army by Major-General von Specht. Artistically Illustrated by THE WERNER COMPANY Akron, Ohio, 1900.

At the end of the 19th century, the Werner Company of Akron, Ohio was at the forefront of new developments in printing technology. Their famous chromolithographic color plates depicted the uniforms of officers and enlisted men of various famous German Army Regiments performing military tasks. The naval section shows uniforms of officers and enlisted Seamen and Marines as well as principal ships of the German Navy. Illustrations also show weapons and equipment including a few aircraft and dirigibles in use at the time.

This antique 1900 chromolithograph (not a reproduction) contains vivid colors. The print is ready for framing, and measures about 13" by 9". The full page itself measures about 17 1/2" by 13 1/2". The buyer will receive the entire page with its original glassine (Milky white, translucent paper) title-sheet still attached to the print at the spine.

The print is in quite good condition with only a ragged edge where it was carefully removed from the bound volume. Scan shows title page, the print with enlarged detail, and the glassine title-sheet that covers the original print.

Buyer pays $5.00 postage & handling in US, plus USPS insurance.
VA residents add 5% sales tax to selling price.


Price= $45.00




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