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Gottschalk House or Schonherr? with conservatory and garage c.1925

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An illustration of this house from the 1925-26 issue of The Toy Trader is shown on p. 126 of 'The Genius of Moritz Gottschalk'.
Posted by Susanne.G. on August 26, 2018 Full Size| Slideshow

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Susanne.G.
11:26 AM on September 24, 2018 
Liza says...
Strange, because it looks like a Schonherr.


I think you're right, Liza. The ad pictured is via Marion Osborne but it doesn't actually say Gottschalk - it's Ackerman who identifies them as Gottschalk. They were labelled as Gottschalk when I bought them, too.
Liza
1:35 PM on September 18, 2018 
Strange, because it looks like a Schonherr.

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