GORGEOUS WEDDING PORTRAIT OF JEWISH COUPLE IN BUCHAREST, ROMANIA (JUDAICA)

Finding vintage real photo postcards that feature wedding couples is not all that challenging. However, this particular photo postcard is exceptionally special. First of all, the wedding portrait is gorgeous. The bride looks absolutely beautiful in her wedding gown and veil. The bride holds a giant bouquet of flowers. She shows great poise. The handsome groom is dressed to the nines in his tuxedo and top hat. The second factor that distinguishes this photograph is that there is some known history attached to it. The postcard is from an album belonging to a Jewish family in Romania. The front of the postcard is embossed with the name and location of the studio that took this photo. The studio was located in Bucharest, Romania. The name of the photographer is difficult to decipher. I believe that this postcard is from the 1920’s. This vintage real photo postcard is in very good condition (see scans).

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Published in: on April 9, 2018 at 12:00 pm  Comments (3)  
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  1. Looks like Barasehy BUCHARESTI to me.

    • Are you referring to Dr Julius Barasch (1815-1863), Rumanian author and physician? If not, who are you referring to? Barasch was long dead when this photograph was taken.

      • Sorry. I just realized that you are proposing that “Barasehy Bucharesti” is the name of the photographer who took this photograph. Thanks for your comment.


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