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13.04.2024

ART D‘AFRIQUE, D‘OCÉANIE ET DES AMÉRIQUES
Des œuvres d‘Afrique et des régions du Pacifique dans une collection privée de Munich étroitement liée au Linden-Museum et à Ludwig Bretschneider. Des pièces sélectionnées dans les collections de Werner Zintl (partie 2) et d‘Alexander Kubetz (partie 2). Excellentes céramiques des cultures Moche et Nazca issues de la première partie de la succession Klaus Kalz.

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Bernd Muhlack, Kiel, Germany H: 28 cm Vendu
Inde - Sud de Karnataka, Tulu Nadu
Lot: 2
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Private UK Collection
H: 25 cm Vendu
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Adam Prout, Worcestershire, Great Britain H: 21 cm 600 EUR / 1200 EUR
Indonésie - Bornéo, Dayak Kayan
Lot: 4
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German Private Collection H: 47 cm 400 EUR / 600 EUR
Indonésie - Java, Madura
Lot: 5
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Belgian Private Collection H: 12 cm Vendu
Lot: 6
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UK Collection H: 64,3 cm 10000 EUR / 15000 EUR
Indonésie - Sulawesi, Golfe de Tomini ou Kulawi
Lot: 7
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German Collection H: 109 cm 2000 EUR / 4000 EUR
Indonésie - îles Tanimbar
Lot: 8
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collected in situ by a Dutch ethnologist H: 5 cm & 5,8 cm Vendu
Nouvelle-Guinée occidentale / Papouasie occidentale (Irian Jaya) - Baie de Cenderawasih, Région Korvar (Korwar)
Lot: 9
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Srdjan Sremac, The Hague, The Netherlands H: 31 cm 1500 EUR / 3000 EUR
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, Arapesh, Village Moi
Lot: 10
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German Private Collection H: 84 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Golfe, Elema
Lot: 11
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John & Marcia Friede, Rye, USA H: 126 cm 2500 EUR / 5000 EUR
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Golfe
Lot: 12
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H: 31 cm; 43,5 cm; 51 cm; 55,5 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Massim
Lot: 13
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collected by Mike Glanville in Gawa (before 1990)
Richard Bennet, Cairns, Australia
Harry Beran, Sidney, Australia / Cambs, United Kingdom
Marcia & John Friede's (Jolika) Collection, USA

Harry Beran was born in Vienna in 1935 and migrated to Australia in 1957. He obtained his PhD from the University of Sydney in 1974 and taught philosophy at the University of Wollongong until his retirement in 1998. Harry was a frequent visitor to Papua New Guinea and wrote numerous publications on its art. In particular he was a scholar, author and collector specialised in the Massim culture of Milne Bay Province.
H: 30 cm; L: 49,8 cm 2500 EUR / 5000 EUR
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Province du Sepik oriental - Wogamush / Zone Rivière April, Biaka
Lot: 14
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Klaus Kalz, Berlin, Germany H: 166 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Province de Madang - Rivière Simbai, Kalam
Lot: 15
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Christie's Auction South Kensington
UK Collection
H: 94 cm; B: 52 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Îles Tami
Lot: 16
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American Private Collection L: 105 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Rivière Yuat
Lot: 17
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H: 35 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Archipel Bismarck - Îles de l´Amirauté
Lot: 18
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German Collection (before 1920) H: 44 cm 3000 EUR / 6000 EUR
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Archipel Bismarck - Îles de l´Amirauté
Lot: 19
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Michael Oehrl, Berlin, Germany (a&b: bis ca.2015)
Tom Hurst, Iwerne Courtney (Shroton), Dorset, United Kingdom (a,b & c)
800 EUR / 1500 EUR
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Archipel Bismarck - Nouvelle Irlande - Simberi (Îles Tabar)
Lot: 20
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Carl Haug, Friedrich-Wilhelms-Hafen (Madang), Papua New Guinea
Linden-Museum, Stuttgart, Germany (1909)
Arthur Speyer, Berlin, Germany (1965)
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection

The figure was collected by Carl Haug, who worked in German New Guinea as captain on the North German Lloyd steamer "Siar", which was launched in 1902. He sailed the "Siar" in rotation with Captain Hermann Voogdt and Alfred Knoth, both of whom were also enthusiastic collectors of ethnographic artefacts.
H: 93 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Archipel Bismarck - Nouvelle Irlande
Lot: 21
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 108 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Archipel Bismarck - Nouvelle Ireland
Lot: 22
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 80 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Archipel Bismarck - Nouvelle Irlande
Lot: 23
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Maximilian ("Max") Franz Thiel (1865-1939), Hamburg, Germany
Linden-Museum, Stuttgart, Germany (1908)
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany (1970)
Munich Private Collection

Maximilian Franz Thiel was the son of Rosetta Albertina Hernsheim, the sister of Eduard and Franz Hernsheim, the founders of the trading company Hernsheim & Co. From 16 January 1884, he worked for the company on Jaluit (Marshall Islands). In 1886 he went to German New Guinea, where he lived on Matupi(t) near Rabaul and in the Bismarck Archipelago. He became a partner in Hernsheim & Co in 1892 and managing director by 1903 at the latest. On 16 May 1910, Thiel left German New Guinea and returned to Germany, where he managed the Hernsheim company as director until 1932. He died in Hamburg in 1939.

Ethnographic collections were an important side business for Thiel and Hernsheim & Co. Objects from Thiel's collections can be found today in many museums in Europe and the United States.

Between 1911 and 1921, the Museum für Völkerkunde Hamburg received over 450 objects from Germany's Pacific colonies through Thiel, which the museum claims were "high-quality donations". Felix von Luschan, who was responsible for the Africa and Oceania collections of the Ethnological Museum in Berlin, was also supplied with ethnographic artefacts by Thiel. Another of Thiel's customers was Karl von Linden, whose ethnological collection was to lead to the founding of the Linden Museum in Stuttgart.
H: 50 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Îles Tami
Lot: 24
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
L: 95 cm; B: 38 cm; H: 20,5 cm Vendu
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Région côtière Sepik
Lot: 25
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Günther Markert, Munich, Germany
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 45 cm Vendu
Îles Marquises
Lot: 26
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Johann F. Gustav Umlauff, Hamburg, Germany
Ernst von Sieglin (1848-1927), Stuttgart, Germany
Linden-Museum, Stuttgart, Germany (1905)
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany (1969)
Munich Private Collection
L: 145 cm Vendu
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Munich Private Collection H: 115,5 cm Vendu
Lot: 28
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 8,5 cm; L: 9 cm Vendu
Côte d'Ivoire, Baoulé / Atie / Abron
Lot: 29
Provenance Taille Prix d’appel / Prix d'Estimation
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 46 cm 600 EUR / 1200 EUR
Côte d'Ivoire, Nafana / Kulango / Hwela
Lot: 30
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Munich Private Collection H: 121,5 cm Vendu
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Louis Pieter Cornelis (Lode) van Rijn, Galerie Kephri, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (ca. 1970)
Munich Private Collection
H: 131 cm; B: 51,5 cm Vendu
Lot: 32
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
M: 36 cm x 29 cm; H: 8 cm Vendu
Lot: 33
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 27 cm Vendu
Cameroun Grassland, Babanki / Oku
Lot: 34
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 81 cm Vendu
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Hans Ziemann (1865-1939), Berlin, Germany
Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany (1971)
Munich Private Collection

Hans Ziemann (1865-1939) joined the Schutztruppe for Cameroon in 1908, where he worked as head of the civilian and military medical services. After leaving the colonial service in 1912, he returned to Berlin and dedicated his life to tropical medicine research.
H: 92,5 cm Vendu
Lot: 36
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Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany
Munich Private Collection
H: 25 cm Vendu
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Leutnant Francis Richard von Parish (1870-1903), Falkenstein im Taunus
Linden-Museum, Stuttgart, Germany
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany (1971)
Munich Private Collection

Francis Richard Parish, lieutenant in the Württemberg Queen Olga Dragoon Regiment, was transferred to the Schutztruppe for German East Africa at his request in the summer of 1901 and arrived in Dar-es-Salam in September of that year. He left the capital of the colony in December 1901 and travelled through its entire territory from east to west in order to take command of the Ishangani station on Lake Kivu after a march of around three months. Parish could not cope with the climatic conditions and fell seriously ill. He returned to Europe at the beginning of July 1903 and died just three weeks later.
H: 44,7 cm Vendu
Tanzanie, Kerewe
Lot: 38
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Generalmajor Karl Paul Kollmann (1865-1923), Dresden, Germany
Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany
Ludwig Bretschneider, Munich, Germany (1970, by exchange)
Munich Private Collection

Karl Paul Kollmann was born in Leipzig on 9 July 1865. At the age of twenty-one, he embarked on a military career and joined the Electoral Saxon Army. In 1894 he joined the Schutztruppe for German East Africa. He undertook numerous research trips to areas around Lake Victoria. In his book "The Victoria Nyanza", published in 1899, he writes: " ...on my numerous excursions and expeditions west, south and east of the lake I had the most favourable opportunities to make extensive and valuable collections of all kinds...". He also reported that he owed it to museum director Felix von Luschan that he was able to bring the objects to Europe. Kollmann had worked for several months at the Ethnological Museum in Berlin in 1893, where Luschan introduced him to the ethnology of the German colonies. He was also in contact with Karl Weule and Bernhard Ankermann, who viewed and organised his collection in Berlin.
After his promotion to captain in March 1900, Kollmann returned to Germany, where he remained in military service until shortly before his death in 1923.
H: 140 cm Vendu
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M: 18,5 cm x 15 cm Vendu
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Jeffrey Dhyne, California, USA
Dave DeRoche, San Francisco, USA
Christophe Rolley, Bagneux, France (CR No 420)
H: 13 cm; B: 36,5 cm Vendu
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H: 69 cm Vendu
Russie, Sibérie, Evenki
Lot: 42
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Old Anthropologist Collection
Jeffrey Myers, New York, USA
D: 6 cm Vendu
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Gottlieb Adolf Stecker (1859-1939)
Family property, Eibau, Germany
German private collection (acquired from the family)

The collector of the artifacts, Gottlieb Adolf Stecker (1859-1939), was a Herrnhut missionary and served in Labrador (1884-1895) and Alaska (1901-1913). The present artifacts were collected during his stay in Alaska and come from his brother's personal possessions.

The Herrnhut Mission encouraged its brothers to have objects made for sale. In the Museum für Völkerkunde in Dresden (entrance before 1927) and in the Völkerkunde Museum Herrnhut (entrance before 1910 / 11) there are 92 works today with his social biography, which he sold to the museums.
L: 135 cm; B: 5 cm Vendu
Lot: 44
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Gottlieb Adolf Stecker (1859-1939)
Family property, Eibau, Germany
German private collection (acquired from the family)
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Groenland, Inuit
Lot: 45
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H: 21 cm; B: 13 cm Vendu
Milland Lomakema (1941-2021) Dawakema, Hopi Pueblo Painter
Lot: 46
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Kurt Wölfel, Germany M: 69,5 cm x 49 cm Vendu
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A. und B. Schirmer, Berlin, Germany
Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger, Munich, 21 September 2015, Lot 1
H: 46 cm Vendu
Mexique, Guerrero, Culture Mezcala
Lot: 48
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Edith Hafter (1911-2001), Solothurn, Switzerland H: 28 cm Vendu
Mexique, Guerrero, Culture Mezcala
Lot: 49
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Edith Hafter (1911-2001), Solothurn, Switzerland H: 23 cm Vendu
Mexique, Teotihuacán
Lot: 50
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Edith Hafter (1911-2001), Solothurn, Switzerland H: 17 cm Vendu