Rome – Ghetto, Entrance into the. View through several archways at the crowded scenery. In front a fish booth as well as a woman with vegetable baskets. Wood engraving by F. Geigenmüller after Gustav Paul Cloß (Stuttgart 1840 – Prien 1870) for Adolf Closs, Stuttgart. (1876.) Inscribed: X. I. A. Closs Geigenmüller, otherwise in German as above. 6⅛ × 4¼ in (15.5 × 10.8 cm).
BACK: Old Jewess in the Ghetto at Rome. Half-length portrait to the right. Wood engraving after Johannes Graf (Fraustadt, Posen, 1837 – Bad Landeck, Silesia, 1917). Inscribed: JGraf (ligated) / A. Closs. X.I., otherwise in German as above. 4⅛ × 3½ in (10.6 × 9 cm). – Continuous local text on both sides.
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