eye skill and
generosity of spirit,
which Mosinger had
represent the best
for his engagement
for the celebration
of 50-year jubilee
of rule King
become a kingdom.
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger; Jews photographers - catalogue, author
Mary Tonković; Zagreb, 2004, p.47.
Ibid: See the photos of XIX century in Croatia; Nada Grčević, Zagreb 1981,
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger; Jews photographers-catalogue, author Mary
Tonković; Zagreb, 2004, p.47.
Naga Grčević: Photos XIX
centuries in Croatia, Zagreb 1981., P.116
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger; Jews photographers - catalogue author
Mary Tonković; Zagreb, 2004, p.47
Nada Grčević: Photography 19 centuries in Croatia, Zagreb 1981, p.118
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger;
Jews in the catalogue photographers: author Mary Tonković Zagreb 2004 p.50
Nada Grčević: Photography XIX centuries in Croatia, Zagreb 1981, p.116.
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger, a catalogue of Jewish photographers, the
author Mary Tonković, Zagreb 2004, str.52
Likewise, see: L. Kavuric, Croatian poster and 1940, the Institute for the
History of Art, Zagreb 1999. god. whatever.
The voice Crnogorca, 1. maj 1910.godine, br.20 May 1910.godine, br.20
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger; Jews in the catalogue photographers, author
Mary Tonković, Zagreb 2004 str.52.
Note: It is often the last couple of years in the press nagađalo
about tiražu albums vladalačke houses Petrovic-Njegoš. On this occasion we
deliberately citirali this part of the text Maja Alilović which refers to a
number of outside tiražnih copies. We believe that in this work to try to
light a verifiable fact that razaberemo try something more about this segment,
which regards pomenutog albums, before the team which is the kooautor of this
work, as the owner of a copy of the album, Periša Lainović, in a certain way
in this involviran story. The fact is, on the basis of what the press
predočeno by the public, that there is no agreement about the total tiraža, or
about tiraža luxury or even ordinary copies. On the contrary stiče the
impression that quite arbitrarily mention a specific tiraži, which somewhat
liči on a licitiranje and valuation of certain primjeraka.No we will not
engage in time but will be to try to determine the importance and value of
this album has so what we principle uzročnosti all sagledati the essential
elements that are available to us on the basis of preserved items.
DACG: Department Dvora, f: 98,
No: 1175. 1910, godina 1910, year
The voice Crnogorca: 11.12.1910, br.55
Here zapažamo that there are two types of albums that differ in price and
equipment. When this uporedimo and citiranu claim Maja Alilović turns out
that, for this opportunity urađeno 3 types of albums, all with identical
content differences in equipment. A key question is how many possible examples
vantiražni differ from the luxury in which the details. Of the existing 4
copies of which are known authors of this work, undoubtedly is that all 4
members of the Committee luxury editions. But what distinguishes a copy of
which has Periša Lainović is the fact that the aplikovani, enamel, silver
state coat of arms on the sheath and pozlaćen on certain parts. This detail
that can be followed on this vantiražnost copies, and also to confirm the
claim of Mrs. Maja Alilović. We must mentioned that, of the mentioned four
copies, a copy of the owner Zoran Popovic from Podgorica, with Lainovićevim
identical in color crust (crvenkasta), which distinguishes them from the
remaining two who are in possession of the National Museum of Montenegro and
CNB Đurđe Crnojević. Here we must emphasize one bit, and fact and that is
that, almost as a rule, in these circumstances made a number of examples
vantiražnih-usually 3-5 to 7 copies. All this should add a note and the
respect of the so-called divot editions, which are often poistovjećuju with
van tiražnim specimens. This is not tačno, because the divot later edition,
especially ukoričen copy of the standard edition.
DACG: Department Dvora; f.98, br.1175; 22.avgust 1910.godine.
Anđa Kapičić-Dragicevic: Jubilee
1910; Cetinje1996, p.37.
Velimir Vujačić: postal services and stamps in Montenegro, Cetinje 1998,
NMCG: DKN; collection of photographs
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger, in the catalogue Jews photographers, the
author, Mary Tonković, Zagreb 2004, p.54
Velimir Vujačić postal service and stamps in Montenegro, Cetinje 1998, p.49
See: Anđe Kapičić - Dragicevic: Jubilee 1910, p.37
Likewise, see: Vladimir Flek: manual marks Jugoslovenskih countries -
Montenegro, Zagreb 1954
catalogue of actions: p.22 and 28, the publisher Serbo Numismatic Society,
National Bank of the Kingdom of Montenegro was established in Bar 1909.godine.
Changing the rules 1912.godine she moved away from its headquarters in
Cetinje. This bank is not to by name could conclude emisiona Bank of
Montenegro's state commercial bank already constituted as akcionarsko society.
Her legal okončanju followed by World War I was with the Trade Bank of
DACG: Likvidirane bank, f. Minutes Control Trade Bank, 1923.
NMCG-ABO: Fund Nicholas I; F.
NMCG-ABO: Fund Nicholas I; f.
DACG: Department Dvora; f. 104, no. 335- računi, 1911. Accounts, 1911. year
Maja Alilović: Rudolf Mosinger, catalogue Jewish photographers; author Mary
Tonković, Zagreb 2004, str.52
Likewise, in Nada Grečević: photos XIX centuries in Croatia, Zagreb 1981
Note: Rudi Jelic, Chairman of the Committee for Social Affairs in the
Municipality Council of the Federal Republic of the Parliament of Croatia,
who, in mid-seventies, was a middleman in uručivanju gifts jubilarnog albums,
the National Museum of the Federal Republic of Montenegro, in his letter
claims that Mosinger odlikovan Danilovim baptism level IV. He cites a number
of documents the Ministry of Foreign works - 1392 from May 1911. year. Did not
find mentioned act, but we are listed under the number 1392, which was
recorded at MID.au fascikli No.191, DACG, found the reverse, which was signed
odlikovani: Rudolf Neuberger, Stefan Shwartz and Friedrich Shamattinger. I
Rudija Jelića memo has yet imprecise. Specifically he Rudolf Mosingera
mentioned as the author of the first Montenegrin marks, which is netačno, then
claims that the album that uručuje gift Mosingerove unuke, although the sheath
stands signature Milo Popovic Mosinger. Mila Mosinger was the daughter-in-law
Rudolf Mosingera and the owner of this album, which was donated to the
National Museum of Cetinje.
AUTHORS OF SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATORY WORK:
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Srdja Pejović: firstname.lastname@example.org