RARE 1938 NAZI PHOTO & Picture Set

* THE NEW * *REICHSCHANCELLERY*

A hard to find set given out to RK workers at the

opening of the Reichskanzlei! Still in the original box!

 Offered for sale is this spectacular and hard to find original Third Reich set of photos and illustrations of Adolf Hitlers

NEW REICHSCHANCELLERY

or

NEUE REICHSKANZLEI

in Berlin

in excellent AS-NEW condition in their original file plus the original, undamaged box!

This scarce lot was given out to workers who helped finishing

Adolf Hitlers Palace in Berlin in record time after the plans of

the well known Albert Speer, Hitlers personal architect!

The lot contains 1 0 different photo prints and prints of drawings

showing the

NEUE REICHSKANZLEI or NEWREICHSCHANCELLERY,

some show it still under construction and some show the finished

product, one of the most amazing and gigantic buildings of the

Third Reich period! The Reichskanzlei, which, constructed and

built from Albert Speer in record time, was the pride of the 21st

German Chancellor, A.H.! Everything was of giant scale in this

building, the Marble Gallery was even longer then the Mirror Gallery

in Versailles, home of Louis XIV who was also a megalomaniac

and the general intention was to impress foreign visitors about the

strength and power of the National Socialist Germany!

GUARANTEED to be absolutely authentic unaltered historical material 65 years old.

lot specifications:

- 10 prints size 6 x 8-1/4 inches or 150 x 210mm

- on hardpaper size 12-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches or 300 x 210mm

- original "file"

- original box

- excellent condition

THIS EXCELLENT RARE

NAZI REICHSCHANCELLERY PHOTO LOT

IS OFFERED FOR SALE

FOR $ 195.00 INCL. SHIPPING WITH PRIORITY MAIL

TO ANY ADDRESS IN THE UNITED STATES.

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