Price: Sold

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed postcard photograph of the Hungarian opera, operetta and film star. A huge talent pre World War II, as the daughter of a Hungarian Jewish cantor, she fled Europe for America in 1935, where she continued to make films.

Alpar, Gitta autographed Ross postcard photograph

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Price: $175.00

Fine condition

Text Box: The “French Tamagno” autographs a postcard with American soprano Jeanne Lindsay in her 1903 Paris Opera debut in “l’Enlèvement un Sérail”.  A huge voiced tenor French tenor, he and Nellie Melba made their debut together in opera in 1890.

Affre, Agustarello autographed photograph as Belmonte

Price: $185.00

Near mint condition

Autographed photograph of the Polish born, Jewish, British lyric soprano.  Alten whose career began in Leipzig in 1897, quickly became a favorite at the Metropolitan Opera, where she starred from 1904-1914. 

Alten, Bella autographed photograph, New York, November, 1910

Price: $95.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed photograph of the German-Jewish lyric soprano, who regularly switched between opera and operetta.  She married a soldier in 1922, who became one of the most feared generals in the Waffen SS and sent her to the Warsaw Ghetto.

Alfermann, Marianne autographed photograph as Mignon, 1919

Price: $65.00

Mint condition

Text Box: Autographed vintage quarto photograph of the soprano in her signature role!  We offer with a bonus Metropolitan Opera cast page excerpt. Madame Albanese is one of the very few centenarian singers left!

Albanese, Licia autographed photograph as Cio-Cio San, La Scala

Price: $125.00

Mint condition

The Polish-Jewish tenor autographs a quarto formal photograph.  His European career, singing leading tenor roles ran from 1913 to 1924.  After 1924, he sung 715 performances at the Metropolitan Opera as a comprimario through 1940. Scarce

Altglass, Max autographed large photograph in white ink