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Felsberg with the Calanda. View over the Plessur at the place at the mountain foot. In front angler with a wanderer. Wood engraving after Themistokles von Eckenbrecher (Athens 1842 – Goslar 1921) for Adolf Closs, Stuttgart. (1875/77.) 5¼ × 6⅛ in (13.2 × 15.7 cm).

BACK: Citadel of Rhaezuens. Wood engraving. 5¼ × 6½ in (13.5 × 16.5 cm). – Not concluded local text on both sides.

Offer no. 9,810 | EUR 65. (c. US$ 75.) + shipping


“ It came! My plate [already documented as lost] was delivered and it is in excellent condition. I cannot explain all of the delays or what happened. It is in the original packaging that you described and it was delivered by DHL, not the postal service (as far as I can tell – it was left on the porch [!!]). So thank you and so glad that this long story has such a nice ending. It was nice dealing with you, thank you for the plate! ”

(Mrs. J. C., May 8, 2010)