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Arnoldson-Fischof, Sigrid - Signed Cabinet Photograph 1894
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Arnoldson-Fischof, Sigrid - Signed Cabinet Photograph 1894

Item #: GB0085-GX277K


Swedish soprano (1861-1943) with an active international career at the end of the 19th century and into the 20th.

Fine cabinet photograph signed and inscribed by her, shown as herself, dated in New York, 1894; photo by Sarony, New York.  Size is 4.25 x 6.5 inches, two small storage holes over the left border and a small piece missing near the top right corner, otherwise in very good condition.


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