Calendar sheet May 2019

Hohner advertising stamp “Wanderer”, manufactured by the company “Jos. C. Huber, Diessen vor München”. “Back to nature” was very much en vogue in the age of high industrialization. The “Wandervogel” …

Calendar sheet April 2019

Cooking advertising brand “Kinderpaar”, made by “Sigmund Spear, Kunstanstalt Nürnberg.” The picture motif is one of the most original among the advertising brands. It is important to note the text …

Calendar sheet March 2019

Hohner advertising brand “Sailor Music”, made by the company “Jos. C. Huber, Diessen vor München”. Miniature advertising for Hohner accordions. It shows soldiers during their leisure time with beer mug …

Calendar sheet February 2019

Koch advertising brand “Chinese”, made by “Sigmund Spear, Kunstanstalt Nürnberg.” until the beginning of 1929 (purchase by Hohner), the Trossinger And’s Koch AG was  the only major rival of the …

Calendar sheet January 2019

Hohner advertising brand “Trachtenpaar”, manufactured by the company “Jos. C. Huber, Diessen vor München”. The first advertising poster for Hohner “Accordeons” undoubtedly served as a model. The poster in question …

Calendar sheet December 2018

The small-format advertising poster of the Trossing company Ch. Weiss (27.5 x 19 cm) gets momentum and elegance from the dancers in the foreground. The “Württembergische Harmonikafabriken Ch. Weiss” founded …

Calendar sheet November 2018

This catalog title from 1931 belongs to the most beautiful advertising motifs of the Hohner Collection. The high-quality advertising in French even contains some color pages. The artist’s signature lower …

Calendar sheet October 2018

The central motif of the product catalog of the Trossingen company Koch is the work of the German painter and draftsman Felix Schwormstädt (1870 – 1938). The catalog in question …

Calendar sheet September 2018

Almost lasciviously, the two anonymous beauties hold out to the viewer the Hohner harmonica “Echo”. The modernity and cosmopolitanism of the 1920s is expressed here. The catalog title page was …