Group of 25 prints and sketches, dating predominantly from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes one pith paper painting of a young man; nine pages of illustrated German text telling the story of a young man’s life with his faithful and pious mother; one lithograph, circa 1827, a political cartoon mocking the renovations to the spire of St. Jacob’s Church in Hamburg; one watercolor painting depicting people gathering wood near a coast, signed Br Al along the lower left and further signed “L. Brammer–Altona Leo” along the verso; one sketch of a town scene with a German inscription along the verso; one small watercolor portrait; one engraving of a biblical scene; one engraving of ships and a castle; one sketch of a windmill, which is adhered to a paper which is signed Julie Weihnacht and dated 1845; one sketch of a house; one small poster for Kiderhilfstag (Children’s Health Day) in Hamburg in 1911; one watercolor of the port of Hamburg; one sketch of a woman in a dress with a cut out piece; one small portrait in ink on vellum of a person in a fur-lined robe and muff; one enhanced photograph of a horse and a dog; one engraving of St. George’s Church in Hamburg and the surrounding area which is adhered to a sheet but appears to have been taken from a book; one engraving of St. Michael’s church in Hamburg, dated 1668; and one painting on paper of a harbor scene.
Dimensions: Heights range from 3 in to 14 in; widths range from 2 1/2 in to 13 in.
Condition: Generally good condition; some staining to paper and some tears to edges.
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