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Vannutelli, Gino - Large Photograph Signed 1911
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Vannutelli, Gino - Large Photograph Signed 1911

Item #: GA1418-GX261B


Italian tenor, very popular in the 1910s as an operetta singer, was the first Danilo in the Italian premiere of The Merry Widow, and left rare fonotipia recordings.

Large photo shown young, signed and inscribed by him to "the respectable direction of the Teatro Sociale of Rome", dated in 1911; photo by Varischi & Artico, Milan.  Size is 6.4 x 9 inches, mounted on a photographer's mat for a total size of 10 x 13.25 inches, in excellent condition.


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