Knappertsbusch, Hans - Signed Photograph 1943
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Knappertsbusch, Hans - Signed Photograph 1943
Knappertsbusch, Hans - Signed Photograph 1943
Knappertsbusch, Hans - Signed Photograph 1943 Knappertsbusch, Hans - Signed Photograph 1943

Knappertsbusch, Hans - Signed Photograph 1943

Item #: GA5919-GX217B


German conductor (1888-1965), best known for his performances of the music of Wagner, Bruckner, and Richard Strauss.

Nice black-and-white photo postcard boldly signed across by him, shown young; blind-stamped on the front by photographer Franz Grainer, Munich.  Knappertsbusch added short writing on the verso, dated in Vienna, 1943. Size is 3.5 x 3.3 inches, in very good condition.


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