Carl Dransfeld - Architektur Hamburg 1930

Carl Dransfeld - Architektur Hamburg 1930
Autochrome process - Studio stamp - 1930

Photo inheritance of the brothers Dransfeld from Hamburg.

An exceptionally rare legacy of the architectural history of Hamburg of the 1930s.

Carl and Adolf Dransfeld were famous architectural photographers in the 1920s and 30s. Their focus was photography in Hamburg and the surrounding area.

The estate consists of a total of 45 original photographs from 1930.

7 of the photos are marked with the studio stamp of the Dransfeld brothers on the back. The other recordings are not stamped.
All photos are guaranteed from an estate and come from the brothers Dransfeld.

Condition: The photos have normal, age-appropriate signs of use. No damage present.

Sculpture photography in particular was typical of Carl Dransfeld and his brother Adolf.

The photos of the buildings have the dimensions of approx. 23 x 17 or 22.5 x 16.5 cm
Other formats are also present.

The sculpture photos are mostly approx. 18 x 12 cm

All of the photos are pictured. The pictures, which are stamped, I also mapped on the back.

Lot details
Carl Dransfeld
Title of artwork
Architektur Hamburg 1930
Autochrome process
Studio stamp
Date of print
Original State
Vintage print
Image size
23×17 cm
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