Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting five figures in reddish orange silhouette. The figure on the far left is chimpanzee like and the next four figures evolve to man. The man at the front of the line is holding a flower in one hand and his other hand holds up two fingers.
Photograph of the Andromeda Fountain in the courtyard of the old town hall in Vienna, Austria. The fountain sits in the center foreground of the image. The fountain is inset into the building exterior. The bronze figure of Andromeda was created by the sculptor Georg Raphael Donner.
Photograph of a room in Austria. There is a bench in the center of the room where four people are sitting. Two other men are seen standing in the room. The room is white with arched ceilings. There is a door on the opposite side of the room. Ornately decorated pedestals are visible on either side of the door.
Photograph of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, Austria. A doorway is visible in the foreground. A carved stone head and garland sit above the doorway. The right door is open and leads down a dark hallway with lights visible in the background. The academy was designed by the architect Jean-Nicolas Jadot de Ville Issey.
Photograph of a carved stone archway in Austria. The carvings depict figures, horses, and centaurs. The arch is inset in a white wall. In the background, a colorful fresco is visible through the archway.
Photograph of castles in Austria. In the foreground, a house and farmland are visible. One castle is visible in the left middle ground and another is visible on the right. The distant landscape is visible in the background.
Coat of intricate patchwork of Prince of Wales wool plaid, wool hounds tooth, wool petit point, all-over embroidered with pewter metallic floral vines. Knee length. Simulated double breasted, off-center opening with hidden placket button closure; notched collar. Long sleeves with 6 functioning button closure at wrists. Two flap pockets with welts at each front hip with lapels; pockets not open. Knee-length. Fan pleating at back. Fully lined in gray silk. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Givenchy / Haute Couture"
Coat of deep purple dyed fox fur pieced and sewn in a chevron pattern. Two buttons of black plastic with brown leather loop closure. Coat folds over at back neckline creating a slight lapel at front. Long sleeves were custom tailored by folding under to create a shorter length. Below hip-length. Lined in black silk with four words, "FENDI, ALTA, MODA, PRONTA", in brown print forming a diamond shape. Lining embroidered at right side: "Linda T. Anderson". Retailer's label at center back neckline: "Neiman-Marcus" Fiber content tag at left side seam.
Coat of rust colored suede trimmed at cuffs, neck, center front opening and hem with cocoa colored fox fur. Thigh-length. No closure. Side slit pockets. Rust-colored quilted lining; heavily padded shoulders. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Givenchy" Handwritten style number label under designer label: "75288"
Evening dress of blue silk gazar. The full-length dress has a fitted bodice simulating a wrap style, with V neckline, and long straight sleeves with 5 fabric buttons at each wrist. The skirt has an asymmetrical peplum with an inverted opening in front that is equal to the floor length A-line skirt, giving the effect of an over-skirt pulled back to reveal an underskirt. At back is a zipper closure from neckline to below hips, with a series of snaps at the top of the peplum. The dress has an accompanying leather belt covered with the same blue silk gazar.
Ensemble consisting of a dress and jacket. The floor-length evening dress is in ivory and beige brocade woven with a small floral motif throughout. The gown is strapless, and has an empire waist. The neckline rises slightly in front with a narrow "V" cut at center. There is a zipper closure at left side, with a hook-and-eye at top. Internal foundation with a separate zipper closure at left side, boning, bust pads, and two grosgrain ribbon bands with hook-and-eye closures. The gown is lined in dark ivory silk. The matching short jacket is of the same fabric, cut bolero style with long sleeves. Center front opening has one hook-and-eye closure at top of bust. The neckline, center front opening, hem, and cuffs are all trimmed in a band of dark brocaded material edged with faux pearls, gold braid, and coffee-colored rhinestones. The jacket is embellished throughout with floral and foliate forms in faux pearls, gold beads and gold braid. It is fully lined in ivory silk. Both garments have designer's label inside: "Givenchy / Made in / France"
Ensemble of acetate/silk blend printed with black, grey, and white with purple flowers. Consists of: A) Dress. Below knee length. Round neckline. Short sleeves with shoulder pads. Center back zipper. Diagonal darts at waist. Vents at either side seam hem. Unlined. Designer's label at inside center back neckline: "Giorgio Armani / Le Collezioni / Made in Italy" Size label next to designer's label: "44 / 10" B) Vest. Past hip length. Four iridescent gray buttons at front with barred buttonholes. Buttons hidden from view when fasted by front placket. Sleeveless. V-shaped neckline. Unlined. Care and content label at inside left seam with attached extra button. C) Belt. Front same fabric as garment. Back stiff facing. Rectangular buckle is covered in same fabric.
Photograph of the Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) in Innsbruck, Austria. There are multiple people outside the building in the bottom foreground. The building in the foreground has carvings on the balconies and roof. The roof is made from golden tiles. On the second story, there are colorful frescoes on the exterior of the building. The wall built around the building has windows going up four stories; each with a window box full of pink flowers.
Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting a large group of upraised arms in black silhouette. Each of the hands is holding up two fingers. In the black sky above the crowd is a large white star with rays radiating from it. Across the bottom, the red portion contains the word Solidarność and a crest.
Photograph of the Halászbástya and Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary. The church is visible in the left foreground. A section of the Halászbástya is visible beside the church in the left middle ground.
Photograph of a street in Innsbruck, Austria. The street is filled with people and outdoor cafes. A ship sign overhangs a doorway in the right foreground. Buildings of multiple colors line the streets. Red and white flags are mounted on the buildings.
Photograph of a street in Innsbruck, Austria. The street is lined with buildings on both sides. Many people walk on the street. In the top right foreground, a metal ornament extends from the building..
Photograph of ironwork on the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Czech Republic. In the foreground, an ironwork grid is visible with three small iron sculptures attached. The sculptures depict figures at work and two small fish. Stone walls of the cathedral are visible in the background.
Jacket of off-white linen. Fitted, waist length jacket with wide, notched collar and long sleeves with 3" cuffs and two white, circular buttons and barred buttonholes. Two patch pockets at bust line. Unlined. Combined designer's/retailer's label: "Christian Dior / for / Lou Lattimore, Inc. / Paris New York" Care label to right of designer's label. Lot/size tag at right underarm (faded): "Lot / Size 10" With tie belt for jacket of same fabric; 1" wide.
Jacket of Golden Spotted Seal fur with rounded collar and lapels; double breasted button accents with buttons of pearl grey circle set in gold metallic soft square; 4 fur covered belt loops, 2 on front and 2 on back, front belt loops are accented with self-buttons (right side button missing); two slit pockets at sides are lined in grey silk satin; long sleeves, pockets and jacket opening are trimmed in leather piping; 2 concealed metal hook and leather eye closures, one at bust and one at waist; fully lined in grey silk satin; hits at below hips. Label inside coat: Expressly made for William Schmidt/ OSLO/ 1853. With belt of black leather with oval, silver metal buckle; 2” width.
Jacket of black, green, red, pink, and yellow flannel in a large, painterly plaid pattern. The jacket is just below hip-length, and has a round neckline and no collar. Center front closure has a zipper with a gold metal rose charm pull, matching the pulls of the zippers on the two diagonal slit pockets at hips. Long-sleeved, with three non-functional buttons at wrists, formed as coiled snakes/spirals of gold metal. The jacket has inner shoulder pads and is fully lined in black satin. Designer's label: "Ungaro / Parallele / Paris"
Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting a portrait of the Catholic priest Jerzy Popiełuszko. The background is red with the figure depicted in black and a thin white halo around his head. In the margins, registration marks can be seen for creating multiples of this image.
Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting a portrait of the Catholic priest Jerzy Popiełuszko. The figure is depicted in black on a white background. In the margins, registration marks can be seen for creating multiples of this image and in the lower right are the handwritten in pencil words, kolor czarny (drugi), color black, second.
Photograph of the interior of the Jesuit Church in Vienna, Austria. An ornate window is visible in the foreground. The window is encased in green marble with gold painted highlights on a white marble wall. A pink curtain is visible through the window. The church is located on the Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz.
Photograph of a tall pillar with a statue of Jesus in Austria. The pillar is visible on the right side covered with statues. Stone figures climb up the tower. Jesus is at the top. A building is visible in the background.
Photograph of the Karlskirche in Vienna, Austria. In the foreground, a black sculpture is visible in a pool of water. The left side of the church facade is visible in the background. The Karlskirche was designed by the architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach.
Postage stamps used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting churches in the once Polish town of Lwowa, Poland, now L'viv, Ukraine. The background is silver with black depictions for the church structures and the crest. The words, Poczta Solidarność [Solidarity Stamp], are in red at the bottom of each stamp.
Stamps used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s. On the left side of each of the four, a man's face is depicted in black. On the right side a number, 40 PRL, 30 PRL, 20 PRL, and 10, 40 LAT PRL, a red line aligns each stamp and forms a unified design that depicts a plummeting red mark.
Lottery ticket used during the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s. Four tickets, each stamped with a number in purple, depict a pencil, broken on one end in the center of the ticket. The Polish Solidarity logo is in the lower right hand corner.
Photograph of the interior of the Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary. A portion of the domed ceiling and the alter are visible. A balcony is visible on the left foreground. The back wall is filled with stained glass windows.
Photograph of the Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary. Tree branches intersect the top foreground. In the foreground, buildings line a street leading to the church. The church tower is visible in the center background.
Pair of D'Orsay pumps of gray leather. The shoes are designed with pointed toes, and cut-away sides. Toebox has a deep "v" cut at throat of instep, edged with red as is the platform of the shoe. From the point of the cut extends back a t-strap which fastens around the ankle of wearer with a small buckle. 3 1/2" high stiletto heel covered with same gray leather. Stamped inside: "Charles Jourdan / Paris / Made in France" Accompanied by original Charles Jourdan shoebox.
Pair of D'Orsay pumps of pink leather. The shoes have cut-away sides and rounded toes. The toebox and heel uppers of pink leather, with pink leather strap from heels to secure around ankle with small oval gilt metal buckle. 3 1/4" high stacked wooden heel tapers to base. Stamped leather label inside: "Joan & David Too / Made in Italy" Stamped on sole: "Made in Italy / Vero Cuoio / 8 1/2"
Photograph of a painted column in a cathedral in Austria. The column in the foreground has two mounted flags on the middle section. The pained walls ans stained glass windows of the cathedral are visible behind the column.
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