Null Alfred CORTOT (1877-1962). PHOTOGRAPH with autograph signed dedication; 17 …
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Alfred CORTOT (1877-1962). PHOTOGRAPH with autograph signed dedication; 17 x 23.5 cm (fold marks; under glass).Dedication from the pianist to violist Maurice VIEUX (1884-1951): "À Maurice Vieux - en souvenir d'un amitié ancienne et d'une toujours jeune admiration AlfCortot 1938".Attached is a L.A.S., October 12, 1910, to Dr. Quéhéry; and a reproduction of a signed photograph of Massenet. Expert : Mr. Thierry Bodin

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Alfred CORTOT (1877-1962). PHOTOGRAPH with autograph signed dedication; 17 x 23.5 cm (fold marks; under glass).Dedication from the pianist to violist Maurice VIEUX (1884-1951): "À Maurice Vieux - en souvenir d'un amitié ancienne et d'une toujours jeune admiration AlfCortot 1938".Attached is a L.A.S., October 12, 1910, to Dr. Quéhéry; and a reproduction of a signed photograph of Massenet. Expert : Mr. Thierry Bodin

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