Outstanding Hand Autographed Adolf Hitler Photo By Hoffman In It’s Original Hallmarked Silver Frame (Rare) Certified
Outstanding Hand Autographed Adolf Hitler Photo By Hoffman In It’s Original Hallmarked Silver Frame (Rare) Certificated. Striking Original Adolf Hitler Autographed Photo Signed In Dark, Bold, Fountain Ink Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History. A 4″/6″ outstanding early photograph of Hitler by his personal photographer Heinrich Hoffman about 1933 when he first became Chancellor. A richly contrasted black and white image in excellent condition. This photo was published as a “real photo post card” a popular format of the early 20th century. The photo is boldly signed on the front by Hitler with his full name. The contrast of the ink on the photo is excellent and dark. In the period between 1933 and 1936 loyal Hitler followers and “fans” would flock to his home The Berghof in Southern Germany to try to get a glimpse of the new Fuhrer and sometimes (to the annoyance of his black uniformed SS guards) he would go and greet the crowed and even sign autographs. The last photo is that of Hitler signing an autograph at the Obersalzberg. The hotels in Berchtesgaden and the Obersalzberg would sell photo postcards like these and we believe this photo was most likely signed at this time. The signature of Hitler is consistent to those signed during this period. The photo is housed in it’s original silver frame with hallmarks (see photo) the maker of the frame’s paper tag is still intact. This photo has been in the frame (in our opinion) since the time making this a very rare artifact. The frame is somewhat tarnished but could easily be polished bright with silver polish if the new owner decides to. This framed autograph was originally sold by one of the most respected historical auction companies in Germany and it was been examined and authenticated by 2 different independent leading experts. The Hitler autograph comes with The Gettysburg Museum of History’s Certification document (COA). We 100% guarantee that this is an authentic photo autographed by Adolf Hitler in the 1930’s. Authentic Hitler autographs are rare because he was really only accessible in this short window we described above. Also much of this material was destroyed in WWII and also during the de-Nazification process. A simply amazing artifact that has investment potential in the future. We can see the rise in the prices of this type of historical materiel and say with certainly the prices will continue to rise. A great investment quality artifact certified by The Gettysburg Museum Of History. Do not miss this!