Autographs from opera singers, all original, guaranteed authentic. All items in stock. Please inquire for any unlisted performers. See also AUTOGRAPHS - Singers ($50 or less) and AUTOGRAPHS - Singers - Manuscripts (letters, documents, etc).
Polish dramatic soprano (1893-1963), famous for her international career and, among other things, creating the role of Turandot in the world premiere at La Scala in 1926, a choice made by composer Giacomo Puccini.
Nice signed photo, shown as herself, dated in 1921. Size is 6.75 x 9 inches, in excellent condition.
Austrian mezzo-soprano/contralto (1886-1953), signed photo, dated in New York in 1931. Size is 6.75 x 9 inches, stamped by photographer Clara Behncke, Berlin, in excellent condition!
Italian mezzo-soprano (1860-1910), signed cabinet photo, shown as herself. Inscribed and dated in 1895. Photo by J. Russell & Sons, London. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches. Some tape residues on verso, otherwise in good condition.
American tenor (1895-19812), signed photo, shown in the title role as Faust. Stamped on verso by San Carlo Opera Company. Inscribed. Size is 7.5 x 9.25 inches.
German baritone (1849-1903). Creator of the role of Amfortas in the World Première of Wagner's Parsifal in July 1882 at Bayreuth.
Signature of the baritoen on an Autograph Album clip, dated in Vienna in 1886. Size 6.5 x 4 inches. Also included is an unsigned photo postcard of the baritone as Hans Sachs in Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Size 3.5 x 5.5 inches.
Gorgeous photo signed by the German tenor (1870-1940), shown as the broom maker in Konigskinder (opera by Engelbert Humperdinck), world premiere at the Met Opera in New York on December 28th, 1910. Reiss created this role that night - An original photo by White, New York.
Large size: 11 x 13.75 inches, has a crease in the center, otherwise in very good condition.
Truly beautiful, double signed photo of the American premiere of Der Rosenkavalier, on December 9th, 1913.
Signed in white ink by both German soprano Marie Mattfeld (1870-1927) and German tenor Albert Reiss (1870-1940), large size: 10.75 x 13.5 inches!. An original photo by White, NY, minor cracks on corners, otherwise in excellent condition, rare!
Polish tenor (1850-1925) and Polish bass (1853-1917), double signed cabinet photo, shown as themselves. Photo by Aime Dupont, New York. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches. Mounting traces on verso, otherwise in very good condition. Highly desirable!
German soprano (1894-1976) who developed an important career at the Metropolitan opera as a performer of Wagnerian roles. Gorgeous signed photo, shown in role (probably as Brunnhilde) dated in 1925, inscribed, 7 x 9.75 inches, mounted on a hard cardboard. Blind stamped by photographer Charles H. Davis, New York. In good overal condition, photo has a few creases over the top, not affecting her writing or signature
Hungarian soprano (1879-1957), signed cabinet photo, shown as herself. Photo by Eichenwald, Moskow. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, in excellent condition.
American bass-baritone (1898-1976), internationally renowned as singer and actor. Signed photo postcard, inscribed, 3.5 x 5.5 inches, excellent
American singer and actor (1898-1976), who was very involved in the Civil Rights Movement.
Nice signed photo, matted and ready to be framed. Photo size is 8 x 10 inches, total mat size is 10.25 x 12.25 inches, very good condition.
French coloratura soprano (1918-1960), also TV and radio star, world-wide known. Great signed photo, 6.5 x 8.75 inches, inscribed, rare!
Great signed photo of the Romanian soprano (1904-1992), 8 x 10 inches, in excellent condition
Italian bass (1865-1934), signed cabinet photo, shown as himself, dated in Madrid in 1897. Photo by Sociedad Artistico Fotografico, Madrid. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches. Mounting traces on verso, otherwise in excellent condition.
French soprano (1846-1926), who sang at Paris Opera, Opera-Comique, Carl Rosa Opera in the UK and later in the United States where she lived and taught singing. Roze was particularly noted for her interpretations of Carmen. Roze signs including her second husband´s last name (Mapleson, James Henry (1830-1901), the leading opera impresario from England). Signed card with a sentiment, dated in 1879, mounted in a mat with a very nice photograph of her in role. Autographs of Roze-Mapleson are a rare find. Signed card is 4.75 x 2.75 inches (visible window size), photo is 3.75 x 5 inches, in excellent condition
Star Italian baritone (1877-1953) whose real name was actually Ruffo Titta Cafiero (Ruffo was his first name) - He developed a long and very successful career in the Americas and Europe.
Nice signed cabinet photo, dated in Habana in 1915, a photo by J.A. Suarez, Habana. Size is 3 x 6.5 inches, mounting traces on verso, in very good condition
American soprano (1864-1935), signed cabinet photo, shown as herself. Inscribed and dated in 1887, Nice. Photo by Samuel A. Walker. Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, in excellent condition.
French tenor (1867-1943), his voice was much popular in his time, created several roles in lesser-known operas for Massenet, De Falla, Widor, Milhaud and other composers.
Beautiful half-tone signed photo, shown in role, dated in Brussels in 1911, 6.5 x 9 inches
Star Italian tenor (1810-1879), one of the most famous in this time. Salvi sang in the world premieres of several operas by Donizetti (Il Diluvio Universale, Betly, Gianni di Parigi, Adelia) and Verdi (his first opera Oberto, and his second, Un Giorno di Regno).
Large print with a portrait of him by Josef Kriehuber, signed by Salvi and dated by him in 1844. Size is 13 x 18.5 inches, minor stains and creases, overall in very good condition. Very rare!
Famous Italian baritone (1868-1930), noted for his verismo opera roles, he created the role of Gerard in Andrea Chenier by Giordano. Great signed photo, mounted on hard cardboard, inscribed, size is 5.75 x 9 inches, in excellent condition
Famous Italian baritone (1868-1930), noted for his verismo opera roles, he created the role of Gerard in Andrea Chenier by Giordano.
Signed photo postcard, shown as Rafaele in The Jewels of the Maddonna, an opera by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, dated in Buenos Aires in 1915. Size is 3.5 x 5.5 inches, in excellent condition.
Brazilian coloratura soprano (1902-1999), one of the great stars of the Metropolitan opera for 15 years (1937-1952). Photo as Norina in Don Pasquale (Donizetti) 8.25 x 11 inches.