BOCKELMANN, Rudolf (Various Autographs)

German baritone and teacher (1892-1958), well known for singing in the Munich Opera House, the Berlin Opera House, and for his interpretations in several important roles at the Bayreuth Festival. 

Original signed photographs of the artist in different sizes and conditions (for more details please check individual descriptions).

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In role

Item #: GF5096-GX083D

Signed photo postcard, shown in role (possibly the title role in Wagner's Der Fliegende Hollander). Photo by R.F Schmiedt, Hamburg. Size is 3.5 x 5.25 inches, with some mounting traces on verso, but in otherwise excellent condition.
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$40.00 USD
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