Sembrich, Marcella - Signed Photograph in Barbiere
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Sembrich, Marcella - Signed Photograph in Barbiere

Item #: H9667-GZ123G

Polish coloratura soprano (1858-1935), who had a brilliant career mostly at the early years of the Metropolitan Opera in New York and at the Royal Opera House in London. 

Signed cabinet-style photo, shown as Rosina in Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia, dated in 1901. Size is 4.25 x 6 inches, some mounting traces on verso and small rips, tears, and some paper loss on corners of the item but not affecting the photo itself which is in very good condition.

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$90.00 USD
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