- Sides of boxes partly sl. dam. (but complete). Autochrome all in fine condition.
= Very rare collection of early colour positives, produced according to the autochrome process invented by Auguste Lumière and patented in 1903.
Comprises the following views (identifications as given in Dutch in manuscript on ticket in margin of the plates): 1). "Sn Maurette" (two ladies standing on road in a mountainous landscape, a white church in the background) (col. view); 2). "Chamonix (Eissee)" (b/w view); 3). "Lugano" (weakly col. view); 4). (The front of a house with street number "79" and the name of "Schubert" on a partly illegible plaque) (weakly col. view); 5). "Villa Carlotta a/ Como See" (two ladies standing in the gardens) (col. view); 6)."Villa Carlotta (Como See)" (two women standing on a garden path in an arbor) (weakly col. view); 7). (A view of garden with tulips blossoming in front of a fountain) (col. view); 8). (View through an archway of cobbled alley with a woman with a broom leaning against the wall and people seated at the end of the alley) (col. view); 9). "Wiesbaden" (view of a lake in the park) (col. view); 10). "Sn Maurette" (variant of the view described under no.1. The ladies have switched sides) (col. view); 11). "Zermatt" (col. view) and 12). "Bootwerf Isenwald a/ Brienzer See". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XXXIX.