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This illustration of a protective dachshund standing next to his 'wife' barking at a golden gramophone will make you laugh even if you don't understand a word of German. Both wiener dogs are well dressed but the anthropomorphized female is especially cute holding her red-orange umbrella (it matches her dress) and a wicker basket. The barking male wears a Bavarian style black hat and blue jacket.
Look closely at the gramophone and you'll notice the artist's signature: V.O. Stolz.
Thanks to a friend's translation help, I believe the German text in blue at the top says "You get out of there!"
Verso, the logo stands for the Carl Andelfinger & Company of Munich. Please note that I strive to accurately describe my cards as honestly as possible. I do multiple searches online consulting a variety of sources. References I came across for this publisher date postcards, the few that I could find, to 1915 or earlier. I believe this image to be rare. The card is unused and in almost mint condition; only the slightest signs of wear at the corner tips. Size: about 5.5 by 3.5 inches.
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Barking at Gramophone Artist Signed German Postcard of Anthropomorphized Dachshunds Unused
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