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Price: $65.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed postcard photograph of the huge voiced German soprano in “Der Rosenkavalier” at the Salzburg Festspiele.  Konetzni was one of the few great dramatic sopranos of the Vienna Staatsoper during the war years.

Konetzni, Hilde autographed photograph as the Marschallin

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Text Box: Full length, autographed original double-weight photograph of the legendary Russian tenor as Faust.  As per most of Kozlovsky’s autographed photographs, this one is signed on the verso in the Soviet style, but a high quality photograph.

Kozlovsky, Ivan autographed photograph as Faust, June, 1936

Price: $40.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the Hungarian tenor as Calaf in “Turandot” at the Metropolitan Opera.  Calaf was one of his signature roles.

Konya, Sandor autographed photograph as Calaf, 1975

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the Russian lyric tenor as Lohengrin.  A right of passage for lyric tenors in Russia.  Signed on the verso in the Soviet style, but a high quality photograph.

Kozlovsky, Ivan autographed photograph as Lohengrin, October, 1939

Price: $100.00

Excellent condition

The huge voiced dramatic soprano signs a sepia photograph in her most heralded role, Isolde.  Anny’s autographed photographs are much rarer than her sister Hilde’s, yet Anny had the better career. Rare to find a photograph this large of either sister.

Konetzni, Anny autographed quarto photograph as Isolde

Price: $75.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Rare, pencil autographed photograph of the Czech baritone as King Vladislav in Smetana’s opera “Dalibor”.  Konstantin was the first baritone at the National Theatre in Prague from 1921-1964.  This was his debut role in opera the year prior.

Konstantin, Jan autographed photograph as Vladislav in Dalibor, 1920