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WestLicht - Photographica Auction Analysis

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June 15, 2015

Hm. Personally, I’ve thought that Photographica was a very interesting auction. It has been held at WestLicht auction house in Vienna, Austria, and if it were up for me, I would have bought a ton of photographs that were on sale, and not many would have been left unsold. But, factually, many photographs have been left unsold at Photographica auction, and many more have been sold bellow low estimate. You never know. Anyhow, this was a quite an unsuccessful auction, where more than half of lots didn’t change owners, and more than 70 percent of sold lots went for under low estimate.

The Story About the Artist: Henry Cartier-Bresson (1908 – 2004)

Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer considered to be the father of photojournalism. He was an early adopter of 35 mm format, and the master of candid photography. He helped develop the street photography or life reportage style that was coined The Decisive Moment that has influenced generations of photographers who followed. In 1932, after spending a year in the Ivory Coast, Henry Cartier-Bresson discovered the Leica – his camera of choice thereafter – and began a life-long passion for photography. In 1933 he had his first exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery in New York. He later made films with Jean Renoir as his trusted advisor. Taken prisoner of war in 1940, he escaped on his third attempt in 1943 and subsequently joined an underground organization to assist prisoners and escapees. In 1945 he photographed the liberation of Paris with a group of professional journalists and then filmed the documentary Le Retour (The Return).

In the decade following the war, Cartier-Bresson produced major bodies of photographic reportage on India and Indonesia at the time of independence, China during the revolution, the Soviet Union after Stalin’s death, the United States during the postwar boom, and Europe as its old cultures confronted modern realities. For more than twenty-five years, he was the keenest observer of the global theater of human affairs—and one of the great portraitists of the twentieth century. He explained his approach to photography in these terms, ‘”For me the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity, the master of the instant which, in visual terms, questions and decides simultaneously. It is by economy of means that one arrives at simplicity of expression.”

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The Overview of Photographica Auction at WestLicht

Out of total 326 lots, only 160 of them have been sold, or just 49.1 percent. Furthermore, of those 160, 27 sold over high estimate (just 16.9 percent), 16 in range of estimated values (10 percent), and a vast majority of 117 lots were sold under low estimate (73.1 percent). And these figures tells you how much success this auction had. The total sum of hammer prices ended at $591,236, which was in range of estimated values for sold lots ($583,475 – $704,338), but way bellow auction’s estimated value ($1,074,304 – $1,291,361). The highest hammer price was $50,688 (Valie Export’s Aktionshose: Genitalpanik – Action Pants: Genital Panic from 1969), and the average hammer price was $4,228.

When we talk about lots that has exceeded expectations, George Barris’ Marilyn Monroe The Seven Year Itch (Das verflixte siebente Jahr) from 1954 was the most successful lot of the auction, as it had +650 percent difference between hammer price and high estimate. In the second place there was Vladimir Lenin – Politische Rede / Vladimir Lenin – Political speech from 1918, by an anonymous photographer, that had +566.7 percent margin, and third was Philippe Halsman’s Audrey Hepburn & Cary Grant from 1963 that was sold with +295.8 percent difference.

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Inge Morath – 6.30 AM, Chang An Avenue, Beijing 1978 (Lot 79). Estimated at $3,379 – $4,506, sold for $5,632.
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Irving Penn – Woman In Chicken Hat (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn), New York 1949 (Lot 150)
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Left: Alfons Walde – Rückenakt / Nude Back View, Kitzbühel, c. 1925 (Lot 11). Estimated at $3,379 – $4,506, sold for $10,701 (+137.5 percent difference). / Right: Valie Export – Aktionshose: Genitalpanik (Action Pants: Genital Panic), 1969 (Lot 142). Estimated at $31,539 – $36,045, sold for $50,688. This lot had the highest hammer price of the auction.
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Left: Anonymous Photographer – Wladimir Lenin – Politische Rede / Vladimir Lenin – Political Speech, Moscow 1918 (Lot 178). Lenin Delivering A Speech On Red Square On The First Anniversary (november 7th 1918) Of The Great Socialist Revolution Of October. Estimated at $2,253 – $2,703, sold for $18,022, or with +566.7 margin – second best result of the auction. / Right: Marc Riboud – Chou En-Lai, France 1971 (Lot 80). Estimated at $2,253 – $2,703, sold for $8,448 (+212.5 percent difference). Photographer’s agency copyright credit and typographic distribution notes reading Chou En-Lai during an interview with Alain Peyrefitte of France, 1971 on the reverse.
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Left: George Barris – Marilyn Monroe The Seven Year Itch (Das Verflixte Siebente Jahr), New York 1954, Printed In The Early 1970s (Lot 116). Estimated at $1,577 – $1,802, sold for $13,517, or with +650 percent difference. This was the biggest margin of the auction between hammer price and high estimate. / Right: Philippe Halsman – Audrey Hepburn & Cary Grant, Hollywood 1963 (Lot 114). Estimated at $2,253 – $2,703, sold for $10,701, or with +295.8 margin – third best of the auction.
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Left: André Villers – Pablo Picasso, Cannes 1959 (Lot 121). Estimated at $3,379 – $4,506, sold for $7,885, or with +75 percent margin. Two large format RC-prints, printed in the 1980s. Each c. 60 x 50 cm, each signed by the photographer in ink in the image lower right, each with the photographer’s stamp on the reverse. Pablo Picasso with the revolver and hat of Gary Cooper / Pablo Picasso with hat and moustache. / Right: Henri Cartier-Bresson – Scanno, Abruzzo 1951 (Lot 68). Estimated at $2,816 – $3,379, sold for $4,506.
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WestLicht - Photographica in Details

In these two tables, you will find the summary of the Photographica auction at WestLicht in Vienna, and detailed info on every lot that had been put on sale on June 12.

INDEXRESULT
Total number of lots:326
Number of sold lots:160
Sold lots [%]:49.1
Total [$]:591,236
Number of sold lots over high estimate:27
Over high estimate (Total) [%]:8.3
Over high estimate (Sold) [%]:16.9
Number of sold lots in range of estimated values:16
In range of estimated values (Sold) [%]:10
Number of sold lots under low estimate:117
Under low estimate (Sold) [%]:73.1
Results were under estimate spread of [%]:16.8
Max Hammer [$]:50,688
Average Hammer [$]:4,228
Median Hammer [$]:2,253
Median Hammer Average Hammer Difference [%]:-46.7
Lot No.Artist NameArtwork NameLow Estimate $High Estimate $Hammer Price $Hammer High Estimate Difference [%]Hammer Low Estimate Difference [%]
1John ThomsonEin Konvolut aus 12 frühen China-Aufnahmen / A set of 12 early images of China, c. 18689,01111,26411,264025
2Anonymous Photographers‘Singapore’, 14 Ansichten von Singapur / 14 views of Singapore, c. 19105,0695,6322,253-60-55.6
3Anonymous PhotographerSommerpalast / Summerpalace, Beijing c. 19101,5771,8021,577-12.50
4Anonymous Photographer10 Kodak-Aufnahmen / 10 Kodak images, China 1890s1,5771,802901-50-42.9
5Dimitri ErmakovKasache aus / Kazak from Alexanderpol, Russia 1880s1,5771,8021,126-37.5-28.6
6Dimitri ErmakovPersisches Mädchen / Persian girl, c. 1880s1,5771,8021,352-25-14.3
7Dimitri ErmakovArmenierin / Armenian Woman, Shemakha, Azerbaijan c. 1880s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
8Dimitri ErmakovDer imeretische Adelige Ovaliani / Imeretian nobleman Ovaliani, Georgia 1880s1,5771,8021,239-31.3-21.4
9Dimitri ErmakovStraßenbettler / Gipsy beggars, Persia 1880s1,5771,8021,014-43.8-35.7
10Rudolf Lehnert/ Ernst LandrockHalbakt / Semi-nude, Tunis c. 19202,2532,7031,464-45.8-35
11Alfons WaldeRückenakt / Nude back view, Kitzbühel c. 19253,3794,50610,701137.5216.7
12Alfons WaldeHilda, Kitzbühel c. 19263,3794,5065,6322566.7
13Alfons WaldeKitzbühel, c. 19323,3794,506Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
14Alfons WaldeHilda, Kitzbühel c. 19253,3794,5064,280-526.7
15Rudolf Koppitz‘Junge Sizilianerin’ (Young Sicilian), Italy c. 19302,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
16Rudolf Koppitz‘Akt am Meer’ (Anna Koppitz), 19234,5065,632Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
17Trude FleischmannDie Tänzerin / The dancer Salina Lazarina, Vienna c. 19251,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
18Trude FleischmannDie Tänzerin / The dancer Claire Bauroff, Vienna c. 19252,2532,7031,464-45.8-35
19Madame D’Ora / Dora Kallmus / Arthur BendaMode / Fashion Wiener Werkstätte, Vienna 19201,3521,5771,014-35.7-25
20Madame D'OraBadeanzug / Swimsuit Suzanne Talbot, Paris 19281,3521,5771,239-21.4-8.3
21André Kertész‘Satiric Dancer’, Paris 192611,26413,5176,758-50-40
22Madame D’Ora / Dora Kallmus / Arthur BendaBodenwieser-Schule, Vienna 19252,2532,7031,352-50-40
23Anton Josef TrckaBertl Komauer, Vienna 19305,6326,7583,379-50-40
24Oskar BarnackMobilmachung 1. Weltkrieg / Mobilisation World War I, 19142,2532,7034,28058.390
25Laure Albin-GuillotProfil et Coiffure Moderne, 19352,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
26Jacques-Henri LartigueRenée Perle, 19322,2532,7031,577-41.7-30
27Berenice AbbottDjuna Barnes, Paris 19302,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
28Paul Strand‘Telegraph Poles’, 19161,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
29Wolf SuschitzkyNear Nine Elms, London 19582,9293,3792,028-40-30.8
30Germaine KrullMoulin Rouge, Paris c. 19293,3793,9422,028-48.6-40
31Ilse Bing‘Chaises dans la Pluie, Champs Elysee’, Paris 19313,3793,9422,703-31.4-20
32Sybil AnikeefYoung boy, USA 19373,1543,604Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
33August SanderSekretärin beim Westdeutschen Rundfunk / Secretary at West German Radio, Cologne 19315,6326,7584,055-40-28
34August SanderMädchen im Kirmeswagen / Girl in Fairground Caravan, Cologne 1926-325,6326,7584,055-40-28
35Herbert List‘Holzpoller am ruhigen Wasser des Bodensees’ (Wooden poles in the calm waters of Lake Constance), 19345,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
36Herbert List‘Nach dem Bade’ (After the bath), Portofino 19362,0282,2531,464-35-27.8
37Herbert List‘Herr und Hund’ (Master and Dog), Portofino 19363,3794,5062,478-45-26.7
38Marion Post WolcottRoney Plaza Hotel, Miami 19392,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
39Manuel Álvarez Bravo‘Manos en casa de Diaz’, Mexico 19334,5065,6322,703-52-40
40Manuel Álvarez Bravo‘Angel del Temblor’, Mexico 19574,5065,6322,703-52-40
41Manuel Álvarez Bravo‘La Desvendada’ (Die Enthüllte / The Unbandaged), Mexico 19385,6326,7583,379-50-40
42Robert DoisneauParty, Paris 1950s1,5771,8021,014-43.8-35.7
43Willy Ronis‘Le Zoo, Circus Achille Zavatta’, Paris 19492,2532,7031,577-41.7-30
44Willy Ronis‘Les Adieux’, Paris 19632,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
45Willy Ronis‘Chez Max’, Nogent 19473,3794,5062,253-50-33.3
46Aaron Siskind‘Harlem Store Facades with Photostudio’, 19383,6044,055Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
47Berenice Abbott‘Cigar Store Indian, New York 1930’3,9424,5062,478-45-37.1
48André KertészParis, 19282,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
49Gianni Berengo GardinNonnen in der Wiese / Nuns in the meadow, 1970s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
50Édouard Boubat‘Partition avec Noelle’, Paris 19811,5771,8021,070-40.6-32.1
51Weegee‘The Kiss’, New York 1940s2,8163,3792,703-20-4
52WeegeeAusnüchterungszelle / Drunk tank, New York 19502,8163,3792,253-33.3-20
53Ben HellerConey Island, New York 19323,1543,604Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
54Lou Stoumen‘Sailor with girl’, New York 19522,8163,3792,028-40-28
55Josef SudekFrühlingsknospen / Spring Blossoms, Prague 19605,6326,7583,379-50-40
56Howard Bond‘Delhi Rapid, Winter Huron River’, 19762,9293,3791,802-46.7-38.5
57Brett WestonUntitled, 19773,3794,506Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
58Mario Giacomelli‘Presa di coscienza sulla natura (On being aware of nature)’, 1970s2,2532,8161,352-52-40
59Robert FrankNew Mexico, 195615,77018,02212,390-31.3-21.4
60Aaron Siskind‘Martha's Vineyard #7’, 19743,9424,5062,703-40-31.4
61Jakob Tuggener‘Arme der Arbeit’ (Schiffsnieter im Basler Rheinhafen / Riveters at the Rhein harbour in Basel), 19473,3794,5063,604-206.7
62Paul StrandHufschmied / Blacksmith, Romania 19676,7589,0117,322-18.88.3
63Lucien ClergueToros Muertos, 1960s3,3793,9422,028-48.6-40
64Alberto KordaChe Guevara & Fidel Castro, Ernest Hemingway Marlin Fishing Contest, Cuba 19603,3794,5062,478-45-26.7
65Alberto Korda‘El Quijote de la Farola’ (Don Quijote von der Strassenlaterne / Don Quixote of the Lamp-post), Havana 19593,1543,830Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
66Osvaldo SalasEin Konvolut aus 92 signierten Fotografien / A group of 92 signed photographs, 1950-198928,16033,79222,528-33.3-20
67Henri Cartier-BressonYugoslavia 19655,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
68Henri Cartier-BressonScanno, Abruzzo 19512,8163,3794,50633.360
69Henri Cartier-Bresson‘Derrière la Gare Saint-Lazare’, Paris 193228,16033,79229,286-13.34
70Henri Cartier-BressonScanno, Abruzzo 19512,8163,3791,802-46.7-36
71Henri Cartier-Bresson‘The decisive Moment’, New York: Simon & Schuster in collaboration with Éditions Verve of Paris, 19522,8163,9421,690-57.1-40
72Henri Cartier-BressonHenri Matisse, Vence February 19447,88510,13810,138028.6
73Henri Cartier-Bresson‘The Great Leap Forward’, Einweihung der Ming-Miene / Inauguration of the Ming mine, China 19582,9293,3792,028-40-30.8
74Henri Cartier-Bresson‘CHINA gestern und heute’, Düsseldorf: Karl Rauch Verlag, 1955451563270-52-40
75Henri Cartier-BressonRangoon, Burma 19485,6327,8854,055-48.6-28
76Anonymous PhotographerChiang Kai-shek, c. 19352,2532,7032,140-20.8-5
77Robert CapaChinesischer Bauer / Chinese peasant, 19394,0554,506Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
78André ZuccaChina, 19622,2532,7031,577-41.7-30
79Inge Morath6:30 am, Chang an Avenue, Beijing 19783,3794,5065,6322566.7
80Marc RiboudChou En-Lai, France 19712,2532,7038,448212.5275
81Marc RiboudChina, 19652,2532,8162,253-200
82Robert CapaNeapel / Naples, October 19434,5065,6322,703-52-40
83Robert CapaImmigrant, Israel c. 19483,9424,506Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
84David SeymourCocullo, Italy 19512,7033,1541,802-42.9-33.3
85Werner BischofAngkor Wat / Angkor Vat, Cambodia 19522,8163,3792,028-40-28
86Werner BischofHungersnot in Bihar / Famine in Bihar, India 19512,2532,816Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
87Werner BischofPhoto Classics II. A portfolio of 10 photographs, 1947-549,01111,2645,632-50-37.5
88Werner BischofDie Tänzerin / The dancer Anjali Hora, Bombay 19512,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
89Werner BischofMichiko Jinumaon in der Modeschule / at fashion school, Tokyo 19512,2532,816Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
90Philip Jones GriffithsKampf um Saigon / The battle for Saigon, Vietnam 19682,2532,7032,253-16.70
91Marc RiboudLändliche Beerdigung / Rural funeral ceremony, Afghanistan 19552,2532,7031,352-50-40
92Elliott ErwittOktoberfest, Munich 19643,3794,5064,280-526.7
93Elliott Erwitt‘Photographs and Anti-Photographs’, Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1972563676338-50-40
94Elliott Erwitt‘The Kitchen Debate’ (Nikita Khrushchev, Richard Nixon), Moscow July 24th, 19594,5065,6323,604-36-20
95Erich LessingNikita Khrushchev, Marne, Pleurs, France 19602,2532,7032,140-20.8-5
96Burk UzzleDanbury State Fair, Connecticut 19663,3794,5062,028-55-40
97Ernst HaasNew York City, 19632,7033,154Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
98Thomas HoepkerReeperbahn, Hamburg 19723,3794,5062,028-55-40
99Marc Riboud‘Le Peintre de la Tour Eiffel’, Paris 19533,3793,9422,028-48.6-40
100Inge MorathPamplona, Spain 19602,8163,3792,028-40-28
101René BurriRio de Janeiro, 19582,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
102Eve ArnoldJuana Chambrot Rioseco, Cuba 19542,2532,816Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
103Henri Cartier-BressonBallettschule / School of Ballet, 1960s2,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
104Jane BownHenri Cartier-Bresson mit / with Leica M3, Paris 19571,1261,3521,239-8.310
105Martine FranckHenri Cartier-Bresson zeichnet ein Selbstporträt / drawing a self-portrait, Paris 19922,2532,7032,478-8.310
106Martine FranckHenri Cartier-Bresson painting, Paris 19922,2532,7031,352-50-40
107Henri Cartier-BressonGeorges Sadoul, Paris 19622,8163,3791,690-50-40
108Dennis StockArthur Miller & Inge Morath, Roxbury, Connecticut 19622,2532,8161,352-52-40
109Dennis StockJesse Fuller mit seiner Tochter / with his daughter, Oakland, California 19581,1261,352676-50-40
110Dennis Stock‘Jazz Street’, New York: Doubleday and Company, 19609011,126676-40-25
111Peter BaumMiles Davis, Vienna 19691,1261,352788-41.7-30
112Lee FriedlanderRay Charles, New York 19593,3793,9422,253-42.9-33.3
113Robert LebeckAlfred Hitchcock, Hamburg 19601,5771,8022,02812.528.6
114Philippe HalsmanAudrey Hepburn & Cary Grant, Hollywood 19632,2532,70310,701295.8375
115Melvin Sokolsky‘Fly Unis’ (Harper's Bazaar), Paris 19632,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
116George BarrisMarilyn Monroe ‘The Seven Year Itch’ (Das verflixte siebente Jahr), New York 19541,5771,80213,517650757.1
117Philippe HalsmanMarilyn Monroe (Life Cover), 19522,9293,3793,6046.723.1
118André De DienesMarilyn Monroe, Tobey Beach 19492,2532,7031,690-37.5-25
119Eve Arnold‘Marilyn Monroe posing for publicity shots’, Hollywood 19572,2532,7033,60433.360
120Bruce DavidsonMarilyn Monroe ‘The Misfits’, Reno, Nevada 19603,1543,6044,05512.528.6
121André VillersPablo Picasso, Cannes 19593,3794,5067,88575133.3
122André VillersPablo Picasso und der Kunsthändler / and art dealer Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, c. 19551,5771,802901-50-42.9
123Floyd MccartyWarren Beatty – ‘Bonnie & Clyde’, USA 19682,2532,7031,352-50-40
124WeegeeLauren Bacall mit dem Oscar von Humphrey Bogart / Lauren Bacall with Humphrey Bogart's Oscar, Hollywood 19523,1543,6042,028-43.8-35.7
125Eve ArnoldAndy Warhol, Silver Factory, New York 19642,2532,7031,352-50-40
126Phil SternJames Dean, 19552,2532,7031,690-37.5-25
127Roy Schatt‘James Dean looking out the window’, New York 19542,8163,3792,703-20-4
128Jesper HomRomy Schneider, late 1960s9011,126563-50-37.5
129Danny LyonBob Dylan, March in Washington, 19632,7032,9291,802-38.5-33.3
130Roger FritzPaul McCartney, Obertauern 19651,1261,352957-29.2-15
131Christian SkreinJohn Lennon, Salzburg March 13th, 19652,7033,1542,253-28.6-16.7
132Ralph Gibson‘Close-up, White Face’ (from the portfolio ‘If and Silk’), 19742,7033,154Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
133Jeanloup Sieff‘Nude at table’, Cannes 19653,9425,0693,154-37.8-20
134Justin De VilleneuveTwiggy for Vogue, 19672,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
135Peter LindberghLinda Evangelista, Paris 19881,5771,8022,14018.835.7
136Eikoh HosoeCamargue (Aktstudien / Nude studies), France 19763,3793,942Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
137Eikoh HosoeYosemite, California 19743,3793,942Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
138Roger FritzVado Ligure, Italy 19651,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
139Will Mcbride‘Pause in Les Beaux bei Arles / A Quick Rest in Les Beaux near Arles’, 19782,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
140Ralph Gibson‘The Gun’ (from ‘Déjà-vu’), New York 19713,3793,9422,929-25.7-13.3
141Robert LebeckJoseph Beuys, Düsseldorf 19701,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
142Valie Export‘Aktionshose: Genitalpanik‘ (Action Pants: Genital Panic), 196931,53936,04550,68840.660.7
143Phillip Jones‘Industrial Canal’, 20011,5772,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
144Phillip Jones‘Three Towers’, 20051,5772,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
145Bernd Becher / Hilla Becher‘Zwei Fördertürme – Fosee Grenay No.1 Billy-Les-Mines, Nord-et-Pas de Calais’, France, 19676,7587,8854,280-45.7-36.7
146Ernst Haas‘Hydrangeas’ (from ‘Flowers I’), 19824,0554,5063,154-30-22.2
147Otmar Thormann‘High heeled shoes’, 19832,7033,154Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
148Miroslav TichýUntitled, c. 19751,1261,352676-50-40
149Miroslav TichýUntitled, c. 19751,1261,352845-37.5-25
150Irving Penn‘Woman in Chicken Hat (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn)’, New York 194911,26413,51729,286116.7160
151Bela Doka‘Soy Cubano’, Havana 19941,1261,352676-50-40
152Bela Doka‘Santerita’, Cuba 19971,1261,352676-50-40
153Richard Prince‘It's a free concert from now on’, Woodstock 1969 /20044,5065,632Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
154Toni Anzenberger‘71er Pecorino’, Rimini 19981,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
155William Wegman‘Letters, Numbers, Punctuations’, New York 199328,16033,79224,781-26.7-12
156Manfred KlimekFranz West, Vienna 19903,3794,506Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
157A Set Of Signed Offset Prints / Exhibition Posters2,2532,7032,9298.330
158A Set Of Signed Offset Prints / Exhibition Posters2,7033,1543,83021.441.7
159A Set Of Signed Offset Prints / Exhibition Posters3,3794,5062,253-50-33.3
160New York September 11 ‘By Magnum Photographers’New York: powerHouse books, 20015636761,464116.7160
161Magnum Revolution‘65 Years of Fighting for Freedom’, New York: Prestel, 20125636761,464116.7160
162Leonard Freed‘Leonard Freed's Germany’, London: Thames and Hudson, 1970451563Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
163Larry Towell‘The Mennonites’, London: Phaidon Press, 2000563676Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
164René Burri‘One world’, Zurich: Benteli, 1984451563338-40-25
165Bruce Davidson‘East 100th Street’, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1970338451Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
166Bruce Davidson‘Subway’, New York: Aperture, 1986563676Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
167Bruce Davidson‘Circus’, Göttingen: Steidl, 2007338451225-50-33.3
168Susan Meiselas‘Nicaragua: June 1978 - July 1979’, New York: Pantheon Books, 1981563676Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
169Alex Webb‘From the sunshine state’, New York: The Monacelli Press, 1996676901Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
170Constantine Manos‘American Color’, New York: W. Norton & Company, 1995676901Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
171Antoine D'Agata‘Mala Noche’, Nantes: En vue, 1988676901451-50-33.3
172Antoine D'Agata‘Home Town’, Paris: Le Point du Jour éditeur, 2002676901451-50-33.3
173Jim Goldberg‘Raised by wolves’, Zurich: Scalo, 1995338451Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
174Bruce Gilden‘Go’, London: Arctic Browns, 2000563676Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
175Donovan Wylie‘Scrapbook’,Göttingen: Steidl, 2009282394Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
176Steve Mccurry‘Steve McCurry: The Iconic photographs Limited edition’, London: Phaidon9011,126676-40-25
177David Alan Harvey‘(Based on a true story)’, New York: Burn Books, 20129011,126845-25-6.3
178Anonymous PhotographerVladimir Lenin – Politische Rede / Vladimir Lenin – Political speech, Moscow 19182,2532,70318,022566.7700
179Anonymous PhotographerVladimir Lenin, Moscow 19182,2532,7033,3792550
180Anonymous PhotographerGeneral Mikhail Frunze, USSR c. 19201,1261,352845-37.5-25
181Gustav KlutsisDesign für Sportkleidung für die Stadt der Zukunft / Design of the sports costume for the city of the future, USSR 19222,7033,1542,028-35.7-25
182Gustav KlutsisModedesign für die Stadt der Zukunft / Fashion design for the city of the future, USSR 19222,7033,1541,802-42.9-33.3
183Vladimir / Georgi StenbergMontage für das Kinoplakat / Montage for cinema poster ‘The General’, starring Buster Keaton, USSR 192711,26413,517Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
184A. GladkovDetroit, USA 1920s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
185Ida NappelbaumMoisei Nappelbaum und seine Frau / and his wife Rosalia, Moscow 19261,8022,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
186Ida NappelbaumOlga Nappelbaum mit ihrer Freundin / with her friend Rakhil, USSR 19261,8022,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
187Ida NappelbaumOlga Nappelbaum & Vladimir Grudtsov (Kameramann / film-camera operator), USSR 19261,8022,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
188Alexander RodchenkoDer Bildhauer / The sculptor Anton Lavinsky, USSR 19249,01111,2645,632-50-37.5
189Alexander RodchenkoLilya Brik, USSR 192415,77018,022Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
190Alexander RodchenkoDer Filmemacher / The filmmaker Vitaly Zhemchuzhny, USSR 19245,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
191Alexander RodchenkoVarvara Stepanova, USSR 19285,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
192Alexander RodchenkoVarvara Stepanova in einem Kleid aus einem von ihr entworfenen Stoff / in the dress made out of fabric printed after her design, USSR 192411,26413,5176,758-50-40
193Anonymous PhotographerAlexander Rodchenko’s Worker’s Club installation at the 1925 Decorative Arts exhibition in Paris, Paris 19254,5065,632Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
194Anonymous Photographer‘The Constructivist Party’ Alexander Rodchenko, Alexei Gan, Evgenia Zhemehuzhnaya, Olga Rodchenko, Esther Schub, Varvara Stepanova in Rodchenko-Stepanova’s studio, Moscow 19262,2532,816Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
195Alexander RodchenkoZigarettenverkäuferin auf dem Strastnaya-Platz/ Cigarette Seller on Strastnaya Square, Moscow 1926/275,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
196Alexander RodchenkoMosselprom-Gebäude / Mosselprom Building, Moscow 19305,6326,7583,830-43.3-32
197Alexander RodchenkoSportparade am Roten Platz / Sports parade on Red Square, Moscow 19369,01111,264Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
198Alexander RodchenkoArbeiterdemonstration / Workers’ demonstration, USSR c. 19259,01111,264Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
199Alexander RodchenkoKanonen in einer Parade / Cannons at a parade, Moscow c. 192513,51715,770Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
200Alexander RodchenkoArbeiten in der Schleusenkammer - Bau des Weissmee-Ostsee-Kanals / Workers in a lock chamber - Construction of the White Sea-Baltic Canal, White Sea, USSR 193311,26413,517Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
201Alexander Rodchenko‘Ruslan and Ludmila. The Dream’, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow 193715,77018,022Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
202Alexander RodchenkoZirkusakrobaten / Circus acrobats, Moscow 19375,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
203Alexander RodchenkoMoskauer Zirkus / Circus Moscow, 19409,01111,264Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
204Alexander RodchenkoLöwen in der Manege / Lions in the circus ring, Moscow 1939/4011,26413,517Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
205Alexander RodchenkoZirkuselefant / Circus elephant, Moscow 193911,26413,517Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
206Osip BrikMajakowski auf Urlaub / Mayakovsky on vacation, Norderney Island, Germany 19235,6326,7583,830-43.3-32
207Varvara StepanovaVladimir Mayakovsky, Viktor Shklovsky, Alexander Rodchenko im Garten vor Majakowskis Haus in der Gedrinkow-Gasse / in the garden in front of Mayakovsky's house in Gendrikov side street, Moscow 19264,5065,6323,604-36-20
208Abram ShterenbergVladimir Mayakovsky, Moscow February 1st, 19302,2532,4782,478010
209Max AlpertDie Ankunft von Maxim Gorki aus Italien / The arrival of Maxim Gorky from Italy, USSR 19289,01110,138Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
210Boris IgnatovichDer Schriftsteller Michail Soschtschenko / The writer Mikhail Zoshchenko, Leningrad 19231,8022,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
211Emmanuil EvzerikhinMaxim Gorky, USSR 19342,2532,7033,83041.770
212M. KatsenkoDer Schriftsteller Ilja Ehrenburg / The writer Ilya Erenburg, USSR 1930s1,8022,028Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
213Yevgeni KhaldeiPersönliches Foto-Album von Chaldei / Personal photo album of Khaldei (‘The happy days of youth’), USSR c. 193311,26413,517Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
214Max AlpertArtek Pioneer Camp, Gurzuf, Crimea 1930s6,7589,011Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
215Georgi Zelma / El Lissitzky‘Bolschewistischer Matrose’ Photograph for a special Red Army issue of ‘USSR in Construction’, USSR 19335,6326,758Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
216Andrey A. FedorovFlagworker, USSR 1940s1,8022,253Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
217Anatoly SkurikhinBauarbeiter errichten den Hochofen von Kuznezk / Kuznetsk's foundary constructors, USSR 19311,1261,352788-41.7-30
218Max Alpert‘On the train’ Der erste Zug auf der Strecke der Turksib / The first train on the Turk-Sib route, May 1st 19302,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
219Max AlpertBau des Fergana-Kanals - Die ersten Schläge mit der Hacke / Construction site of the Fergana Grand Canal - the first strokes, Uzbek SSR 19392,2532,816Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
220Arkady ShaikhetIljitschows Glühbirne / The Ilyich’s lamp, USSR 19261,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
221Arkady ShaikhetStreik der Händler / Strike of traders, USSR 19241,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
222Ivan ShaginStaatliche Brotauslieferung mittels Pferdekarren / The bread giving to the state via horse-drawn carts, USSR 19282,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
223Arkady Shaikhet‘Subbotnik’ (Arbeitseinsatz am Samstag / Working Saturday), USSR 19291,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
224Georgi ZelmaFrau in Zweigen / Woman on a tree branch, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
225Georgi ZelmaFrauenporträt / Portrait of a woman (possibly his wife), USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
226Georgi Zelma‘His own first cotton yield’ (Seine erste eigene Baumwollernte), Uzbek SSR, Samarkand Region 19272,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
227Georgi ZelmaSchamane / Shaman, Yakutsk, USSR 19292,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
228Georgi ZelmaAnkunft am Wasser / Arriving at the water, USSR 19372,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
229Georgi ZelmaUzbekistan, Central Asia, USSR 19282,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
230Emmanuil EvzerikhinPioniere einer sowjetischen Modell-Schule / Pioneers studying at a Soviet model school, USSR 19362,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
231Georgi LipskerovBurka, Central Asia 1930s2,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
232Viktor TeminSchiffs-Rauchfang / Ship funnel, USSR late 1930s1,5771,802901-50-42.9
233Mark Markov-GrinbergAbend in der Bucht / Evening in the gulf, USSR 1940s2,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
234Yakov KhalipNächtliche Szene mit Segelbooten / Night scene with sailing boats, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
235Georgi ZelmaTaucher / Diver, USSR 19391,8022,253Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
236Yakov Khalip‘Taimir’, Arctic Ocean 19382,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
237Yakov KhalipBaltische Flotte / Baltic fleet, Leningrad 19371,3521,577Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
238Arkady Shishkin‘Morning on the virgin land, USSR 19391,5771,802901-50-42.9
239Ivan ShaginAuf dem Weg zum Fußballspiel / Going to see a football game, USSR 19332,0282,253Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
240Mikhail GrachevSportparade / Sports parade, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
241Georgi ZelmaAm Fallschirmturm / From the parachute tower, Moscow 19302,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
242Georgi ZelmaRadrennen / Bicycle Race, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
243Georgi ZelmaProtest am Roten Platz - Forderung der Freilassung von G. Dimitrov / Protest on Red Square, demanding the release of G. Dimitrov, Moscow 19352,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
244Georgi Zelma‘Greeting to the workers’, Uzbek SSR, 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
245Arkady ShaikhetParade für die heldenhafte Besatzung des Eisbrechers ‘Tscheljuskin’ / War hero parade for the brave crew of the icebreaker ‘Chelyuskin’, Moscow 19341,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
246Arkady ShaikhetVeranstaltung in einer Autofabrik / Event at a Automobile Plant, USSR 1930s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
247Dmitri DebabovVerteidigungsminister Kliment Woroschilow bei einer Militärparade am Roten Platz / Minister of defence Kliment Voroshilov at a military parade on Red Square, Moscow 19282,2532,8161,690-40-25
248Georgi ZelmaParade, Moscow 19332,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
249Georgi ZelmaKavallerie / Cavalry, USSR 19302,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
250Georgi ZelmaAm Roten Platz / On Red Square, Moscow 19361,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
251Alexander UstinovBau der Moskauer Metro / Construction of the Moscow subway, Moscow 19331,8022,253Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
252Alexander UstinovBau der Moskauer Metro / Construction of the Moscow subway, Moscow 19331,8022,2531,577-30-12.5
253Yakov KhalipMetro Station ‘Okhotny Road’, Moscow 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
254Emmanuil EvzerikhinMetro Station ‘Sokol’, Moscow 19382,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
255Simon FridlandIndustrie-Bauteil / Industrial construction, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
256Dmitri DebabovAm Schmelzofen / Smelting metal, Moscow 19392,8163,3792,028-40-28
257Simon FridlandNacht an der Wolga / Night time on Volga river, USSR 1930s2,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
258Simon FridlandErnte bei Nacht / Reaping the night harvest, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
259Simon FridlandArbeiter / Worker, USSR c. 19401,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
260Anatoly SkurikhinArbeiter / Workers, USSR 1940s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
261Simon FridlandArbeiterin an der Getreidedresche / Female worker at the threshing machine, USSR 1930s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
262Simon FridlandAn der Getreidedresche / On the threshing-floor, Virgin land, ‘Tselina’, USSR 1930s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
263Mikhail GrachevBevölkerungsverschiebung von Russland nach Altai / Movement of the population from Russia to Altai, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
264Mikhail GrachevDurchschnittsernten der wichtigsten Kollektivbauernhöfe / Average harvest of the major collective farms, USSR 19362,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
265Mikhail GrachevAnzahl der Nutztiere pro Region / Number of livestock per region, USSR 1930s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
266Georgi PetrusovIosif Stalin & Vyachselav Molotov, Kremlin, Moscow 19301,5771,802901-50-42.9
267Georgi ZelmaIosif Stalin, USSR 1930s2,0282,4783,83054.588.9
268Boris Yaroslavtsev‘The fascist has passed’ (Kinder verstecken sich vor Bombardements / Children hiding from bombings), USSR 19411,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
269Dmitri DebabovRote Armee / Red Army, Vilno, Poland 19392,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
270Emmanuil Evzerikhin‘The speeding five’, USSR 1940s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
271Boris Kudoyarov‘Rout of the Germans in Moscow’, Moscow October 19412,0282,253Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
272Boris KudoyarovAcoustic locator ZT-5, Moscow October 19412,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
273Mark Markov-Grinberg‘Für die Heimat / For the Homeland’, First Belarussian Front, USSR 1943/442,2532,7032,140-20.8-5
274Yakov KhalipWeisse Nächte auf der Ostsee am Schlachtschiff ‘Marat’ / White Nights at the Baltic Sea on board of war ship ‘Marat’, 1938/392,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
275Emmanuil EvzerikhinMilitärposten in der Nähe von Stalingrad / Military Position near Stalingrad, USSR 19422,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
276Georgi Zelma‘Rout of the Germans in Stalingrad’, Stalingrad 19422,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
277Yevgeni KhaldeiSoldat / Soldier, USSR 1941-451,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
278Georgi ZelmaGefangene / Captives, Stalingrad February 19432,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
279Sergei StrunnikovDer tragische Tod der Partisanin / The tragic death of partisan Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, USSR2,8163,3796,19583.3120
280Galina SankoGefallener Soldat / Fallen soldier, USSR 1941-452,0282,253Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
281Mark Markov-GrinbergHingerichtete Partisanen / Executed partisans, USSR 1941-451,8022,0281,352-33.3-25
282Alexander StanovovPilot und Mechaniker mit dem neuem Kampfflugzeug Lavochkin La-7 / Pilot and his mechanic with the new fighter Lavochkin La-7, USSR 19451,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
283Alexander Stanovov‘After the battle!’ (Nach dem Kampf!), USSR 19451,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
284Leonid VelikzhaninBefreiung von Memel / Liberation of Memel, USSR January 19451,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
285Anonymous PhotographerKampf in Berlin / Fight in Berlin, Berlin 19451,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
286Yevgeni Khaldei‘Raising the Soviet flag over Reichstag’, Berlin May 19452,8163,3793,154-6.712
287Yevgeni KhaldeiAm Brandenburger Tor / At the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin May 19452,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
288Yevgeni KhaldeiDie sowjetische Flagge wird gehisst / Raising the Soviet Flag, Berlin May 19451,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
289Yevgeni KhaldeiDie Lotsin / The traffic controller Maria Shalneva –‘The First of May!’, Berlin 19451,5771,8021,690-6.37.1
290Georgi KhomzorHauptbahnhof / Main Railway Station, Dresden May 2nd 19451,3521,577Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
291Georgi KhomzorHeimkehrender Soldat / Homecoming soldier, USSR 1940s1,3521,577Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
292Yevgeni KhaldeiMarinesoldaten am Roten Platz / Marines on Red Square, Moscow June 24th 19451,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
293Yevgeni KhaldeiFaschistische Flaggen werden zerstört - Siegesfeier am Roten Platz / Fascist flags being destroyed - Victory celebration on Red Square, Moscow July 24th 19452,2532,7031,577-41.7-30
294Dmitri DebabovStilisiertes Porträt von Iosif Stalin in Anlehnung an russische Ikonen / Stylised portrait of Iosif Stalin in the manner of Russian Icons, USSR c. 19452,8163,3791,802-46.7-36
295Georgi ZelmaFeuerwerk / Fireworks, Stalingrad May 1st, 19452,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
296Ivan ShaginFeuerwerk zur Feier der Befreiung Orels / Fireworks to celebrate the liberation of Orel, Moscow 19432,0282,4781,352-45.5-33.3
297Boris Kudoyarov‘Victory Fireworks in Moscow’, May 9th 19452,2532,7031,915-29.2-15
298Emmanuil EvzerikhinHotel ‘Moskva’, May 19452,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
299Emmanuil EvzerikhinFeuerwerk / Fireworks to 800th anniversary celebration in Moscow, Moscow 19472,8163,379Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
300Emmanuil EvzerikhinMoskau bei Nacht / Moscow at night (Moskvoretsky bridge and Kremlin), 1940s2,2532,7031,577-41.7-30
301Naum GranovskiCelebration of the 800th anneversary of Moscow, Swerdlow-Platz / Sverdlov Square, view on Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow 19473,1543,604Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
302Naum GranovskiMoskau bei Nacht - Sicht auf den Kreml / Moscow at night during the celebration of the 800th anneversary, view on Kremlin, Moscow 19473,1543,604Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
303Naum Granovski800-Jahres-Feier der Stadt Moskau / Celebration of the 800th anniversary of Moscow, Hotel ‘Moscow’, 19472,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
304Naum GranovskiHotel ‘Moscow’ (Marx & Lenin), Moscow 1940/50s3,1543,6042,253-37.5-28.6
305Alexander TartakovskiBau eines Heizungssystems / Heating system construction, Tchaikocsky's Street, Moscow 19501,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
306Viktor KoshevoiNaum Granovski, Sverdlov Square, Moscow 19473,1543,604Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
307Vsevolod Tarasevich‘The village and the city’, USSR 1960s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
308Georgi ZelmaVolgograd, USSR 19702,2532,7032,9298.330
309Varvara Rodchenko‘Bellflowers’, Moscow 19782,0282,4781,577-36.4-22.2
310Varvara Rodchenko‘Spring’, Moscow 19862,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
311Varvara Rodchenko‘Summer’, Moscow 19952,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
312Varvara RodchenkoSelbstporträt / Self portrait (Photo-montage), Moscow 1960s2,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
313Varvara StepanovaRodchenko in seinem Studio / in his studio, Moscow 19254,5065,632Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
314Anonymous PhotographerJewgeni Chaldei mit seiner Leica III / Yevgeni Khaldei with his Leica III, USSR 19361,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
315Anonymous PhotographerJewgeni Chaldei mit seiner Leica III / Yevgeni Khaldei with his Leica III, Murmansk 19411,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
316Anonymous PhotographerMax Alpert mit einem Jugendfreund / Max Alpert with a childhood friend, USSR 1920s1,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
317Anonymous PhotographerMax Alpert, USSR c. 19401,0141,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
318Anonymous PhotographerMax Alpert, Magnitogorsk, USSR 19291,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
319Anonymous PhotographerMax Alpert, USSR 1940s1,1261,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
320Anonymous PhotographerSimon Fridland mit / with Leica III, USSR c. 19351,1261,3521,57716.740
321Georgi ZelmaSimon Fridland mit / with Leica III, Red Square, Moscow 19353,3793,9423,604-8.66.7
322Anonymous PhotographerKriegsfotograf Boris Vdovienko am Dach des Reichstags / War photographer Boris Vdovienko on the roof of Reichstag, Berlin 19451,0141,352Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
323Anonymous PhotographerDmitri Debabov, Simon Fridland, Arkady Shaikhet und weitere sowjetische Fotografen / and other Soviet photographers, USSR 1940s2,2532,703Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
324Anonymous PhotographerGeorgi Zelma mit / with Leica I Mod. A, Urals, USSR 19342,0282,478Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
325Anonymous PhotographerGeorgi Zelma (links / on he left), USSR 1940s/50s1,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
326Anonymous PhotographerMark Markov-Grinberg, USSR 19291,5771,802Not SoldNot SoldNot Sold
TOTAL:1,074,3041,291,361591,236-54.2-45
TOTAL (Sold lots):583,475704,338591,236-16.11.3

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