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Carl Gustav Jung Autograph, Typed Letter Signed

   Swiss psychotherapist and psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology. Typed letter signed, one page - on a postcard, 5,75 x 4 inch, Küsnacht (Zürich), 11. 1932, in German, reply letter to Dr. W(olfgang) Kranefeld, Jung thanks his correspondent for the copy of their excellent essay about "Ewige Analyse" (Eternal Analyses) and remarks `The Wharton family is a difficult subject. You also have to talk to the woman occasionally` (translated) - in a postscript Jung further states `an objective response to Paneth`s would be appropriate. I have not read it but can accept the idea that he...

Prince Regent Carl Johan Signed Military Letter Appointment Autograph Document

Royalty King Queen Signed Royal Document Letter Commission Appointment Autograph. The item "Prince Regent Carl Johan Signed Military Letter Appointment Autograph Document" is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Royalty Collectibles". The seller is "galleryoff5th" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide. Type: Royal Document Country/Region of Manufacture: Unknown Certification: Authentic   

Carl Orff, Handsignierter Brief, 1968, Autograph, Letter, Signed, Carmina Burana

Original handsignierter Brief von Carl Orff. Der Brief wurde von Orff mit Schreibmaschine auf seinem Briefpapier geschrieben. 14,8 x 21 cm. Der Brief weist Gebrauchsspuren auf. Mittig gefaltet und Ecken geknickt. Leicht knittrig und fleckig an einigen Stellen. Die roten Kreuze sind nicht auf dem Original enthalten. Bitte bezahlen Sie beim Kauf mehrerer Artikel alle Artikel auf einmal. The item "CARL ORFF, handsignierter Brief, 1968, autograph, letter, signed, Carmina Burana" is in sale since Tuesday, March 22, 2016. This item is in the category "Sammeln & Seltenes\Autogramme & ...

Carl Gustav Jung Autograph, Typed Letter Signed

   Swiss psychotherapist and psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology. Typed letter signed, one page - on a postcard, 5,75 x 4 inch, Küsnacht (Zürich), 11. 1932, in German, reply letter to Dr. W(olfgang) Kranefeld, Jung thanks his correspondent for the copy of their excellent essay about "Ewige Analyse" (Eternal Analyses) and remarks `The Wharton family is a difficult subject. You also have to talk to the woman occasionally` (translated) - in a postscript Jung further states `an objective response to Paneth`s would be appropriate. I have not read it but can accept the idea that he...