Exotic Young bellydancer - 1909 NPG
A beautiful antique picture - rich in detail -of a young girl in an bellydance dress.
With the logo of Neue Photographische Gesellschaft (NPG),marked 635/1. NPG was the first and many years the world’s biggest factory for real photographic bromide printing.
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Until sold, 300dpi scans in pdf can be purchased and mailed for the price of € =1=.
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Orientalism was much in fashion beginning 20th century. This slightly erotic picture is missing a tiny corner on the bottom left due to it's age (110 years old).
A real unique piece of vintage photography of the Pre-World-War era.
The picture never looses his detail and doesn't become pixelized because of the revolutionary procedure used.
Die Neue Photographische Gesellschaft (NPG) was founded in Berlin on 5 July 1894, by Arthur Schwarz (1862-1944).
Arthur Schwarz made many trips around the world and stayed a while in the USA,
The Neue Photographische Gesellschaft became one of the world’s largest producers of postcards.
NPG introduced a new photographic printing process on bromosilicone paper.
Schwarz liberated photography from glass plates and the company's success led them to establish partnership companies in London, Paris, New York, Brussels, Vienna, and Milan.
This vintage photographic postcard shows a sexy your oriental dancer on photographic paper.
Posted on december 4th, 1909.
With validated postal stamp.
Remark: under left is a small piece of the corner missing. Hence the small price for this genuine antique artifact. On the other hand, the validated stamp increases it's value (for stamp collectors).