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Ruines a Tréves, (Kaiserthermen or “Emperor's Baths), 1851/1851c

Salt print from paper negative unmounted
12 7/8 × 9 3/16 in
32.7 × 23.3 cm
This is a unique work.
$15,000
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Contemporary Works/Vintage Works
Chalfont
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Date slightly trimmed at last number. Prints of images by Le Secq of Treves (or Trier), Germany …

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Date slightly trimmed at last number. Prints of images by Le Secq of Treves (or Trier), Germany are quite rare.

Trier, Germany’s oldest city, lies at the head of the scenic Mosel Valley near the Luxembourg border. An ancient Roman capital, Trier brags that it was inhabited for 1,300 years before the Romans arrived.

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Photographer name, date and title reversed out of the negative at lower right.
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Date slightly trimmed at last number. Prints of images by Le Secq of Treves (or Trier), Germany …

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Date slightly trimmed at last number. Prints of images by Le Secq of Treves (or Trier), Germany are quite rare.

Trier, Germany’s oldest city, lies at the head of the scenic Mosel Valley near the Luxembourg border. An ancient Roman capital, Trier brags that it was inhabited for 1,300 years before the Romans arrived.

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Signature
Photographer name, date and title reversed out of the negative at lower right.

Ruines a Tréves, (Kaiserthermen or “Emperor's Baths), 1851/1851c

Salt print from paper negative unmounted
12 7/8 × 9 3/16 in
32.7 × 23.3 cm
This is a unique work.
$15,000
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