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  • Yugoslavia, Serbia. Three Chetnik Portrait Photographs
  • Yugoslavia, Serbia. Three Chetnik Portrait Photographs

Item: EU19207

Yugoslavia, Serbia. Three Chetnik Portrait Photographs

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Yugoslavia, Serbia. Three Chetnik Portrait Photographs

First photo is a studio portrait, illustrating a soldier standing and holding a rifle in his right hand, with three flower pots behind him, studio marked below the photo, with a large graphic illustrating a graphic of a cherub and inscribed "Souvenir" on the reverse. Second photo is also a studio portrait, illustrating a soldier standing and resting his left hand on his sword, studio marked below the photo, with a large graphic of the Belgrade photo studio's mark on the reverse. Third photo is taken in a garden setting, illustrating a soldier standing and holding a rifle in his right hand, with bushes and trees in the background, an inscription in black ink below the photo, the reverse blank. All are in black and white, one having faded to a sepia-toned look, one with a gloss finish, two with a matte finish, all have been traditionally studio board-mounted, measuring 106 mm (w) x 163 (h) each, the two studio portraits exhibiting soiling, the garden portrait relatively clean and crisp, near fine to very fine.
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