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Now I found another one.

I have this portrait for quite some time in my collection. Today I compared it with the group photo and have recognized this man also as one of these Musikmeisters

Here he is on the group photo:

And here is the full photo with a small dedication:

Now for the name. Can anybody identify him ?

Kind regards

Robert

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Strange name, I read BRATHUHN, means FRIED CHICKEN

But for Bavarians everything is possible :cheers:

With regards from Prussia :P

That makes sense.

Obermusikmeister Hugo Brathuhn was the Musikmeister of the 7. Nachtrichten-Abteilung in M?nchen.

Regards

Glenn

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Perfect !

Thank You both. I thought the last letter is a "w" and could not see any name that would make sense, but now...

So I only need to get 12 portraits of the other Musikmeisters. :rolleyes:

The funny thing is - all these 4 photos came from totally different sources.

Kind regards

Robert

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The first one that I got a portrait of, was Georg F?rst

Hello, Robert (and everyone else)

Amazing portrait of F?rst! Thank you for sharing.

I must add that this is my first post - and also that this topic actually brought me to this fine club

(while I was searching for an online photo of the composer, which is more or less impossible to find).

Sincerely,

Ivan ?.

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Hello, Robert (and everyone else)

Amazing portrait of F?rst! Thank you for sharing.

I must add that this is my first post - and also that this topic actually brought me to this fine club

(while I was searching for an online photo of the composer, which is more or less impossible to find).

Sincerely,

Ivan ?.

Hello Ivan,

You are welcome. This Club is a fountain of good information and interesting threads.

Enjoy it.

Kind regards

Robert

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