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Price - images 104 to 200


Billy F. Price's book Adolf Hitler als Maler und Zeichner (1983) is the best oversight of all known forged Hitlers until 1983.

In this work catalogue of forgeries some authentic Hitlers are depicted


Abbreviations in Price

To:
Adolf Hitler als Maler und Zeichner (1983)
Price - Appendix
Price Images 1-103
Price Images 104-200 (this page)
Price Images 201-300
Price Images 301-400
Price Images 401-500
Price Images 501-599
Price Images 600-723


Page 116, numbers 104-107
Page 117, numbers 108-114
Page 118, numbers 115-119
Page 119, numbers 120-123
Page 120, numbers 124-129
Page 121, numbers 130-134
Page 122, numbers 135-139
Page 123, numbers 140-143
Page 124, numbers 144-148
Page 125, numbers 149-153
Page 126, numbers 154-157
Page 127, numbers 158-161
Page 128, numbers 162-166
Page 129, numbers 167-172
Page 130, numbers 173-177
Page 131, numbers 178-181
Page 132, numbers 182-184
Page 133, numbers 185-188
Page 134, numbers 189-192
Page 135, numbers 193-198
Page 136, numbers 199-200



 

 
      
Every item from the collection (Sammlung] A1 is a forgery - see Dr. Johannes von Müllern-Schönhausen.
Every item from the collection USA2 is forged by Konrad Kujau.
Numbers with codes 'PB. D1, F: PR' are very likely to be forgeries by Kujau.
Everything signed with 'A.H.' or 'Adolf Hitler' is a forgery.
Everything from J (Peter Jahn) is highly suspect
Everything from S is highly suspect
Everything from K is highly suspect
Everything from D1 (Stiefel, Stuttgart) is highly suspect
Everything from D2 (Speer) is highly suspect
All World War 1 watercolors not depicted in Hoffmann’s book Adolf Hitler / Aquarelle (1935) are highly suspect
and should be considered as forgeries
All watercolors / oilpaintings from 1918 or later are forgeries
All portraits and nudes are forgeries
Everything with many people on it is highly suspect 

According to Volker Ullrich (Adolf Hitler. Biographie, 2013 page 62) Hitler made at least
three oilpaintings which he sold to Dr. Hans Schirmer in München, late 1913/begin 1914.
If Ullrich is correct on this, these are the only three documented oil paintings by Hitler.'
In Price the numbers 342, 343 and 344 are presented as these works. It is not known
if the depicted works are authentic or forgeries.

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Page 116, numbers 104-107 (all forgeries)

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Page 117, numbers 108-114
(all forgeries)

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Page 118, numbers 115-119
(all forgeries)

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Page 119, numbers 120-123
(all forgeries)

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Page 120, numbers 124-129 (all forgeries)

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Page 121, numbers 130-134
(all forgeries)

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Page 122, numbers 135-139
(all forgeries)

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Page 123, numbers 140-143
(all forgeries)

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Page 124, numbers 144-148
(all forgeries)

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Page 125, numbers 149-153
(all forgeries)

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Page 126, numbers 154-157 (all forgeries)

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Page 127, numbers 158-161
(all forgeries)

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Page 128, numbers 162-166
(all forgeries)

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Page 129, numbers 167-172
(all forgeries, except 170 - possibly authentic)

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Page 130, numbers 173-177 (all forgeries)

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Page 131, numbers 178-181 (all forgeries)

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Page 132, numbers 182-184
(all obvious forgeries, except 184: possibly authentic)

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Page 133, numbers 185-188
(all obvious forgeries)
With these works the most logical explanation is that the forgers found a postcard,
copied it and attributed these copies to Hitler, whilst Peter Jahn 'authenticated'
these copies by his making up a story that Hitler himself told him that his paintings of
the 'Minoritenkirche' sold very well (Price 188a). The provenance ('Albert Speer')
of Price 188 fits the swindlers' story.

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Page 134, numbers 189-192
(all obvious forgeries; except 190 - possibly authentic)
The over the top provenance history with Price 192 is typical swindler's talk.

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Page 135, numbers 193-198
(all obvious forgeries)

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Page 136, numbers 199-200
(all obvious forgeries)
Comment at 200A: Dr. Heinrich Fuchs was one of the 'certificate of authenticity' swindlers
active in the Hitler forgery industry, in the 1970's.

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