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English: Hans von Bülow, half-length portrait, standing, facing right, holding cigarette in holder. Photographer: E. Bieber, Berlin u. Hamburg, photographer to the court. Published: New York Breitkopf & Härtel, between 1880 and 1894. Bieber sold this work in the form of photo-cards, as evidenced by these copies published in 1889 and 1897.
Deutsch: Hans von Bülow, Teilportrait, stehend, nach rechts blickend, eine Zigarette im Zigarettenhalter haltend. Fotograf: E. Bieber, Berlin und Hamburg, Hoffotograf. Veröffentlicht: New York Breitkopf & Härtel, zwischen 1880 und 1894.
Date circa 1889
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Author Leonhard Berlin-Bieber (1841–1931)


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