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Erzgebirge / Ore Mountains 


A very nice 1930's photographic record of the Erzgebirge, the natural border between Saxony and Bohemia.

Depicted are miner, Rehefeld, Geising, glades, creeks, half timber houses, hammer mills, Blechhammer, Seiffen, forest, Scheibenberg, Oberwiesenthal, Oberschlema, Schneeberg, Fichtelberg, Schwartenberg, Neuhausen, Rochsburg Castle, mine pond, miners in Tracht (traditional dress or costume), pulpit of the Freiberg cathedral, Aue, Wildenthal, Weesenstein Castle at Muglitztal, Kriebstein Castle in the Zschopautal, Reifendreher (a unique type of toy manufacture using wood turning techniques), Frohnauer Hammer near Annaberg, town hall of Annaberg, fortified church at Lauterbach near Marienberg, Sosa, Barenstein at Johstadt, Oberrittersgrun, Johanngeorgenstadt, small churches, Motorway bridge Siebenlehn and the The Goltzsch Viaduct.

Softcover

  • 44 pages
  • 39 b/w photos

In very good exterior and near fine interior condition
With the rare Original Dust Jacket included, which is age toned. Minor traces of age and use.

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

Approx/Measurements: 10-1/4" x 8"  ~0.6 lbs.

Photos by Albert Renger-Patzsch and others ...
Published by House Simon, Berlin





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