Musikhistorisches Museum Wilhelm Heyer Köln 3 vol
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KINSKY, GEORG. (3). Musikhistorisches Museum von Wilhelm Heyer in Cöln. Katalog. I-II, IV (all published). Cöln (Kommissions-Verlag von Breitkopf & Härtel in Leipzig, druck von J. P. Bachem) 1910-16.
4:o. Plates and other illustrations, musical annotations.
Original brown cloth, somewhat worn, vol. II original brown full leather, somewhat worn. Vol. I-II uncut. Signature on title and halftitle in vol. IV. Vol. I-II printed in 50 numbered copies on handmade paper, this is number 34 and 16, vol. IV printed in 325 copies. 3 volumes.
Rare with all 3 volumes published.
Vol I: Tasteninstrumente, vol. II: Zupf- und Streichinstrumente, vol. IV: Musik-Autographen.
Provenance: Gustaf Oscar Ludvig (Gösta) Nobel (1886-1955), youngest son of Ludvig and Edla Nobel, was in Baku between 1914-17 and later took over as Managing Director over Branobel or "The Nobel Brothers Company". The oil company was founded in Baku by his father and the two brothers Alfred and Robert. He and his family had to flee Russia 1918 during the Russian revolution.