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Berlin Opera tickets 1936-1943

OP12:  the top four tickets shown left are for performances at the Deutsches Opernhaus in 1937, 1938 and 1939.  Performances were for the famous operas Carmen, La Traviata and Richard Wagner's Tannhäuser and Rheingold

Condition exactly as shown left.  $25.00

Berlin Opera tickets 1936-1943
Berlin Opera tickets 1936-1943
OP4: two of the three tickets shown left are for 1939 ("Tsar and Carpenter" a comic opera) and 1940 (Der Freischütz, a romantic opera) performances at the Deutsches Opernhaus and the one at the bottom was for standing room at a Friday 24 April 1936 show at the Staatsoper Unter Den Linden.

Condition exactly as shown left.
$15.00
OP 14: the top four tickets shown right are for performances at the Deutsches Opernhaus in 1936, 1937 and 1939.  Note that the 1936 ticket has the old style German eagle instead of the eagle and swastika. 

Condition exactly as shown right.
$20.00
The original colorful Third Reich German tickets for sale on this USMBOOKS web page were all used for opera performances in Berlin between 1936 and 1943 in the Deutsches Opernhaus Berlin, Staatsoper Unter Den Linden and the Berlin Staatsoper am Königsplatz. The Berlin Staatsoper am Königsplatz, also known as Krolloper, was used by the Nazi government as their Parliament building after the Reichstag burned down in February 1933, and it is also the building where the 19 July 1940 Field Marshal Promotion Ceremony was held. The Kroll Opera House was heavily damaged during a RAF attack in November 1943 and destroyed during the last days of World War II in 1945.

Each original Third Reich ticket is clearly marked with the date, row and seat number and the opera aficionado who used them wrote the name of the opera on some of the tickets in pencil. Each measures approximately 1-¾ x 3 inches (47 x 75 mm). We are selling them in sets of four and the price includes 1st Class Mail in the USA. Additional charges apply for Priority Mail, tracking, insurance and shipment outside the USA. Please order by number only.
OP13: the four tickets shown left are for performances at the Deutsches Opernhaus in 1938, 1939 and 1941. The 15 January 1939 ticket was for Die lustige Witwe, the Merry Widow by composer Franz Lehár.

Condition exactly as shown left.  $20.00
OP27: the four tickets shown right are for performances at the Deutsches Opernhaus in 1937, 1938, 1939 and 1941.  The 24 February 1939 ticket was for Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème.

Condition exactly as shown right.
$20.00
OP26: three of the four opera tickets shown left are for 1940 and 1943 performances at the Deutsches Opernhaus and one is for seat 10 in row 26 at the Staatsoper am Königsplatz (Kroll Opera House) on Sunday 18 April (no year). 

Condition exactly as shown left.
$25.00

Also for sale on USMBOOKS.com, a large assortment of opera and operetta
programs from Berlin and Vienna:

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as well as many other cultural programs from the Third Reich.

A LARGE SELECTION OF ORIGINAL THIRD REICH BERLIN
OPERA TICKETS 1936 - 1943

USM Rare Books & Third Reich collectibles