WW1 Paris stereoscopic photo captured German guns Pl. Concorde c. 1920

$20.00 CAD

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Fascinating photo of a large pile of German siege guns, 155’s, minniewerfers and trench mortars of every description. Piled in main square of central Paris.

On back long text the history of Place de la Concorde, the history of the guns “belched forth death”, and a description of the area around the Place.

18776 – Captured German Guns, Place de la Concorde, Paris, France.

Keystone View Company Manufacturers Publishers COPYRIGHTED MADE IN U.S.A.
Meadville Pa., New York, N.Y. , Portland, Oregon, London. Eng., Sydney Aus.

9  x 18 cm. Curbed as in normal, condition VF


The company expanded rapidly and by 1905, the year the Keystone View Company was incorporated, it was the largest business of its kind in the world. All of the manufacturing was done in Meadville, but branch offices were in New York, St. Louis, San Francisco, Portland, Oregon, Chicago, Toronto, Canada and London, England. Salesmen and photographers were scattered around the world, and the company was offering 20,000 different views