Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Autographed original matte, double-weight photograph of the German helden-baritone as Telramund in “Lohengrin”.  An uncommon photograph of Janssen.

Janssen, Herbert autographed photograph as Telramund

Price: $100.00

 Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed portrait photograph taken of the Latvian tenor between 1906 and 1909 when he was the house star tenor at the Hof Theatre in Karlsruhe.  While there, Jadlowker gained an international audience and was selected by the Kaiser for Berlin.

Jadlowker, Hermann autographed postcard photograph, Karlsruhe

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Price: $200.00

Mint condition

Autographed postcard photograph of the beautiful and young Moravian soprano as Minnie in the Vienna Premier of Puccini’s “La Fanciulla del West”.  The Premier took place on October 23, 1913.

Jeritza, Maria autographed cabinet photograph as Minnie, 1919

Price: $100.00

 Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed postcard photograph of the legendary Latvian tenor in Berlin.  A youthful photograph taken circa 1911, after his arrival at the Hofoper there.  Jadlowker is considered to be the finest coloratura tenor of his day.

Jadlowker, Hermann autographed postcard photograph, Berlin

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Autographed photograph of the important German heldenbaritone as Wotan at the Teatro Colon.  We have seen this photograph before, but only in postcard size, this is a quarto photograph. One of the interwar and postwar greats!

Janssen, Herbert autographed photograph as Wotan in a larger size

Price: $100.00

 Mint condition

The Canadian tenor writes a quotation from Gounod’s “Romeo et Juliette” on a photograph featuring himself and the Chicago Impresaria Grace Denton who is perched on a concrete fence.  Johnson was also the Metropolitan Opera GM.

Johnson, Edouard autographed photograph with Grace Denton