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Ernest Nister 8 Torture Punishment Postcards from Germany Circa 1910 Full Color Lithograph AD J.

Ernest Nister 8 Torture Punishment Postcards from Germany Circa 1910 Full Color Lithograph
Signed on the lower right AD J.
Ernest Nister (1841-1906) was a publisher and printer of movable books for children and paper ephemera such as greeting cards, post cards, and calendars. He refined the techniques used in the design of magic windows, dissolving picture, and pop-up books, publishing them from his firm based in Nuremberg, a toy-making centre of the 19th century. Reprinting, Nuremberg, 1910.

postcards depicting torture and punishment for crimes against humanity. Unused.
Size: Each postcard measures 5.5” x 3.5”
Condition: un-used and in near perfect condition with bright colors and minor bumps to the edges from being stored.

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