Information about Pictures and Prints of Ernst Geissendörfer / Geissendorfer
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Dear Madame/Sir, Me name is Anton Haksteeg and I live in León Gto., Mexico. My wife has an older etching of Rothenburg ob der Tauber it is done on thick paper And measures including the signatures 50.5 by 38 cm it is framed years ago here in Mexico by a well known frame maker here. The etching itself is in excellent condition. I have added three photos of this etching and we would like to know whether it has a value and if so about how much it could be. I found a more or less similar print in colour by the Ernst Geissendörfer Art Shop but this etching of the Markus Tower seems a lot older. Would appreciate your opinion if possible. With kindest regards, Gema Rizo Alvarez and Anton Haksteeg
Hello there! I am not sure if you can help me. I am trying to find information on a coloured picture I have recently bought. It says on it Original Radierung von Ernst Geissendorfer, this is signed in pencil. On the left hand side is Rothenberg Tauber Plontein, there are two little emblems as well, one with a castle and one with some sort of bird, these are all done in what looks like original pencil. Im not sure if I am asking the right person, but if you have any information or can help me in anyway, please email me back. I have looked on the internet and have found the same picture, but not with the little hand drawn emblems on it. Thank you for you time, Mex Hennebry New Zealand
I found your site and thought you may be able to help me with some info. I have a colored etching of Rothenburg on the Tauber River. It is signed in pencil "Rothenburg T something then original rad Ernest Geissendorf. It is 8 x 6 unframed and 13-3/4 x 10-1/2 framed. It depicts a woman traveling down a cobblestone road. Behind her is a clocktower of some kind. To the right of her appears to be a large building with flower boxes and a town and road to the right of that.
I don't know when this was done or the value if any. Can you help me out. My grandparents came from Germany and spoke of the Tauber, but they are long deceased. Your help is appreciated.
Thank you, C L Weiss
I have inhereted 7 pencil signed etched prints that are also marked original roll. They are all of towers in Rothenburg ob der Tauber. I would love to know the value of what I have. Could you please help me? Thank-You Lyle Lovelace
I have about 9 prints of Rothenburg Tauber by Ernst Geissendorfer ( I am not
sure if it is a print or what). They are all about 7x9 or 9x7 inches measurement
and has :
1. Rothenburg Tauber in the left hand corner of the picture
2. Original XXXX (not sure what it said) by Ernst Geissendorfer
3. Ernst Geissendorfer, Am Marktplatz, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Western
Germany sentence in every each page. I would like to know what I have here and what is the value? Thank you so much for your help.
|Hello, I have 3 original etchings by Geissendorfer. Could you
tell me their value? Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
Best Regards, Matthew
I have an
original ecthing by Ernst Geissendorfer. . .Titel - Markusturm. It has an
original label on the back and it is signed on the front by Ernst Geissendorfer.
It measures 4" X 6" in a matted frame. Can you give me information about this
etching i.e. its value, how many were printed, etc.
Thank you, Mr. Rodgers
Years ago, I was given a set of etchings depicting buildings in Rothenburg. One has a signature in pencil with Orig.Rad.v. something I can't read. The other 3 appear to be a different signature, but could be Geissendorfer. All four are color etchings in frames. I am looking for any information including any way to authenticate. Any advice? Thanks, Toni
Purchased at a local garage sale: two framed (thin, soft, light wood) under glass, colored etchings. After some research of the title, found out the artist's name, as it was impossible for me to discern the handwritten (pencil) signature, which is Ernst Geissendorfer. Also written under both is "Original Rad." These two pieces are the same size, but I have a third labeled only as "R. Bach" in which the art itself measures 7 3/4 x 10 3/4. All are thinly taped around the glass, but feels like a heavy, smooth paper. There is an impression where the artwork is, like they were on a plate, which was pressed into the paper. They are all scenes of architecture, buildings. "Plonlein" dimensions are about 8" x 11", "Burgton" is about 8 3/4" x 11" They are all in frames measuring about 17" x 13"
I am in possession of a piece of artwork that states it is an original etching of the famous old town Rothenburg/Tauber (Germany) by Ernst Geissendoerfer... also, It is signed. Could you please give me an estimate what this might be worth. Thank You. Jerry
Hi, I have in my hands the identical etching by Ernst Geissendorfer that you used in this web page. It is signed in pencil and has what looks like a shield, a crest and a bird on the lower right corner, outside the limit of the etching. It is coloured. Any idea where I can find the valve of this etching. Thanks! Wiley
I have what I assume is an original
etching by Ernst Geissendorfer...the mark on the back is as follows: Rothenburg
/ Tauber (Germany), Kunstler: Ernst Geissendorfer, Title: Plonlein, Original
Radierung. Can you give me any information on this piece and what it is worth?
Your help is appreciated.
Best regards, Tammy Jones
I have an original etching by Ernst Geissendorfer. The "titel" is Kobolzellertor. It's signed and it is in the original frame. Can you give me an estimate on how much it's worth? Thank you, Becky Hanlin
Hello, I recently purchased an Ernst
Geissendorfer original etching. It is signed. Title of the etching is
"Markus Turm". There is a label on the back from a german gallery that lists his
name, title and that is is an original radierung (original etching). The label
also lists "Rothenburg/Tauber (Germany)".
The artwork measures 6 1/2" by 15". Can you give me an idea of how limited this work is, how many etchings he produced in his lifetime, value. Any
information will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Raymond S. Smith
Hi, could you please let me have
any info on two original coloured etchings by Ernst Geissendorfer, the first is
titled Roeder Lane and has the Rothenberg coat of arms, the Hapsberg coat of
arms and a picture of perhaps a pelican feeding his young with his blood (A
The second is titled Old Door. They are both signed in pencil. Any info or idea of value would be much appreciated.
am in possession of two signed original Rothenburg Tauber etchings by Ernst
Geissendorfer...and like the other requests, I am in search of
information on the their value....or where I might find such information. Thanks so much for any help. K. Hill
HI, I also have an original etching it measures aprox 16"x19" and is signed in pencil, it is a block print etching. Can anyone give me an estimated value? Thanks Kim
When I purchased my home a few years back the previous people had left quite a few items among which were two original colored etchings by Ernst Geissendorfer in the original frame. I held on to them because I thought they were beautiful, with so much detail and so much work that had gone in to them as originals. Does anyone have information concerning their value? I did find the Geissendorfer website which tells me about how they are made. Thanks for any help.
I am in possession of an original etching by Geissendorfer. The label on the back of the frame says the title is "Plonlein" and written in pencil under the etching is " Rothenburg". The size of the etching is 8"x6" and it appears to be in the original frame. I'm interested in the value. Can you help or refer me to someone? Thanks.
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I have obtained 10 prints
that are of Ernst Geissendofer they all have origal roll could you please tell
me if they are of any value
How do I find
information on values of E. Geissendorfer prints? Mine also say they are
from the original roll. Does anyone know what the family
business was? Trish German
Looking for more information on an
original etching titled "Hegereiterhaus" and signed by Geissendorfer. Is there
an art book that lists his works and their values?
I have two German framed etchings. One is by Ernst Geissendorfer titled
"Rodergasse" and has something on the back indicating "Original Etching".It
is signed. I also have one by Paul Geissler titled "Neuschwanstein" which is also signed as an original rendering. It is dated 1921.
Can you tell me anything about this beautiful artwork? Thank You. Tamah Haley
Do you know the value of the Rothenburg Tower
etchings by Ernst or Paul Geissendorfer or know where i could find out about the
write back thank you.
Hi. I have recently lost a 19" x 13" framed etching, on paper that was
signed in pencil, of the Rothenburg ob der Tauber and was wondering what a
replacement cost on it would be? Any help would be deeply appreciated. Thank You.
I recentely found information on this artist on your site. I noticed that many people were inquiring for the value of his colored sketches. I have four that are of Rothenburg Tower, signed and with the penciling of original roll. any information would be appreciated. Again Thank You. Kevin Beitter
I don't know anything about art, I found two framed pictures of about 3 in. by 5in. they are small pictures. On the back of the frame, it reads this card is made from an original by Ernst Geissendorfer, Rotenburg/ Tauber Wurzburg: The fortress Marienburg - which belonged to the Wurzburg bishops of princely rank. The other one reads,This card is made from an original by Ernst Geissendorfer,RothenburgTauber Tegernesee with Rottach-Egern and the Bavarian Alps, ON the back of the picture it has World War ll 1940's. I just wanted to know if they are just a print of his work, are somthing that somebody made up. Thanks Ed
I recently purchased at an estate sale two sketches by the above artist.
One is of King Ludwig's Castle, "Neuschwanstein," and the other is of
the village of
the passion plays, "Oberammergau." Both are signed at the bottom "M. Original v. V. E. (?) Geissendorfer" and each one is colored by hand. Could you give me some idea as to the value of these? Any information would be most appreciated.
Hi I am from Australia,and I have 10 postcard size paintings of Ernst Geissendorfer,they all have pencil signings on the bottoms of them.There is writing on them which says original roll ,also i have 7 pictures of Paris ,by Delarue,they were all in the same package when i obtained them.Could you please tell me if thay are of any value thank you michelle
I have an old postcard which appears to have an original etching by Ernst
Geissendorfer. Printed on the card is: "Original Radierung von Ernst
Geissendorfer". The card is postally used, and is stamped with the
date, 24. Okt. 1931.
The typed message reads: Dear Madam: Thank you very much for your kind letter Oct. 2th and Chech $5.50.
The etchings you kindly ordered have been sent by post of today (one free of charge) I hope they will arrive in perfect conditions and meet with your
approval, Assuring you my best attention ay anny times, yours very truly, (stamp and signed in pencil) Ernst Geissendorfer." Could someone email me
an idea of the value of the postcard. Thank you.
I HAVE 2 ORIGINAL ETCHINGS OF ERNST GEISSENDORFER 8803 ROTHENBURG/ TAUBER (GERMANY I WAS WONDERING ABOUT THEM THE TITEL IS MARIA GERN AND KOBOLZELLER TOR THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL ETCHINGS I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THEM IF YOU HAVE AN ANSWERS
Hello- I am a teacher in the U.S. and I love to collect artwork. I came upon 5 pencil etchings by Ernst Geissendorfer. One of which is an solititation of his work. These are signed by Geissendorfer. Can you give me any information? Thank You- Liz Schinsky
Do you know where I might get this appraised in the US? I have an original
signed in pencil (Rad. von Geissendorfer) , not dated of his favorite home
place Rothenburg/Tauber. It is a beautiful cobblestone street scene with an arched clock tower over the street. There is a raised patio on the right of
the sketch with a wrought iron railing and what appears to be a well or fountain. There is also a wrought iron swing arm holing a shop sign over the
door on the right of the scene. It appears to be summer as everything is in bloom. It is a fully colored sketch, with flowered window boxes on the second floor windows. Thank you for your reply, Karen Messick
I have received a little more info on Ernst Geissendorfer. A very nice person, whom I do not know, gathered
the info while in Rothenburg. She went right to the source and spoke to Mr. Geissendorfer's daughter. Isn't that wonderful?
Here is the information I received:
We just returned from Germany and we were able to get some information. We went into the shop where the art shop had been and noticed at stairway at the back with a sign that said Kunsthandlung Geissendoerfer. The lady there is Ernst Geissendoerfer's daughter and she said they had had to rent out the lower floor because business had been slow. They still have some etchings for sale there as well as through the internet. She gave us a brief history of her father which follows.
April 25,1908 Born in Rothenburg/Tauber
Until 1923 School-education
Until1927 Studies Art in Nuernburg; made his first etchings
1926 Took over the business (established in 1908) from his parents
1926-1930 Extensive travelling through Europe for study
1931 First journey to the U.S.A.
1932 Established the first branch on Broadway in New York
1937 Married Gerti Geissendoerfer
April 1945 Negotiated with the American troops to save Rothenburg from destruction
After 1945 Rebuilding the business with his wife
Since 1960 Town Councillor
1973 Received a medal for his dedicated service to the town of Rothenburg
1986 Gerti Geissendoerfer died. He carried on the business
Dec. 11, l993 Died after a short illness.
Hope this helps everyone...... Luann
I received the following information on Ernst Geissendorfer. It came from a catalog from Rothenburg from the
shoppe that sells his prints. It is not much info and I will continue to do research. It's a start for all of us
wanting to know something about this artist. If anyone finds out more info on him please contact me.
About Ernst Geissendorfer:
Born 1908, studied art Nuremberg. took over business from parents, travelled throughout Europe, visited US for first time in 1931.After 1945 rebuilt business (must have been bombed) together with wife. Daughter took over in 1993, after his death.
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