Pictorial Work in Color
The 1st Photo Book in Agfa Color dedicated to Innsbruck in Tyrol (Austria / Osterreich).
Depicted are the Triumphal Arch (Triumphpforte) with North Chain, Maria-Theresien-Strasse, glowing snowy
peaks, the Gauhaus today known as Das Neue Landhaus [missing], Trautsonhaus with Renaissance fountain,
Helblinghaus, pictorial alley, the Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl) at night, Winter morning in the city, monument
at the Ottoburg, summer blooms near Hofburg, face of austrian girl, marching band, girls from Bregenz in
their Tracht or Costume (Traditional Dress), Wrought iron coat of arms at the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum, in
the courtyard at the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum, the Serles Mountain, winter at the Inn river, the
Hungerburgbahn (a hybrid funicular railway), Patscherkofel Mountain, Stubai Valley,
Ambras Castle and some more ...
Note: The Agfa Color photography has been introduced in 1936,
as a German response to Technicolor and Kodachrome!
by Adolf Sickert
In good exterior and very good interior condition.
Tips of spine damaged, the symbols on the red flags at plate 'winter morning' have been overpainted, else ok.
Approx/Measurements: 12-1/2" x 9-1/2" ~1.2 lbs.
Published by Meinhold, Dresden
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