Part at the Via Mala

Via Mala, Part at the. Sovereign, serene view from above with the road on the left and carriage-and-four calash seen distantly on the bridge. Toned wood engraving by Julius Zenneck after Themistokles von Eckenbrecher (Athens 1842 – Goslar 1921) for Adolf Closs, Stuttgart. (1875-77.) Inscribed: TvE / A. Closs XA. J. Zenneck sc., otherwise typographically in German as above. 10⅝ × 7⅛ in (27 × 18 cm). – Acid-freely repaired little tear in the wide white lower margin.

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