This amazing and very Large Blueprint shows one of the Corner Towers of the Court House of Berlin Mitte in Germany. It was created by the famous architect Otto Schmalz. It is signed and dated 26th of November 1898. The blueprint depicts the diagonal view and the layout of the tower and shows all details including baroque designs and the typical scales. The Building was built in the Belle Epoque Style and was once with a length of 241 yards the second largest building of Berlin only surpassed by the castle. The stunning building was damaged during WW2 and all of the towers were destroyed. This blueprint is one of the few architectural artifacts of this beautiful Belle Epoque Tower.
Otto Schmalz Born: 03/30/1861, Karthaus (West Prussia) Died: 06.10.1906 / 07.10.1906 / 08.10.1906, Charlottenburg (Berlin)
Size: 34 1/2 by 16 Inch
Condition: Very good antique condition with nice color and light tanning giving it a vintage look.
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