- Please note that the Paul Cassirer Archive & Walter Feilchenfeldt Archive is not available for public research.
- A great part of the archival material is published in the six volumes of „Kunstsalon Cassirer“. Ed. Bernhard Echte/Walter Feilchenfeldt, Nimbus. Kunst und Bücher, Wädenswil 2011-2016, Vol. 1-6
- All the archival information is digitalized in a data base and can be searched by us according to various criteria.
- Questions on serious art historical subjects will be answered by: email@example.com
Dr. Bettina Kaufmann
Paul Cassirer Archive
The following documents of the Kunstsalon Paul Cassirer Berlin have survived the war:
- 5 purchase and sale books of the years 1903 – 1919
|Purchase book 1||2nd October 1903 – 30th November 1910|
|Purchase book 2||2nd December 1910 – 27th December 1915|
|Purchase book 3||8th January 1916 – 4th August 1919|
|Sale book 1||8th January 1916 – 4th August 1919|
|Sale book 2||Destroyed in the bombing of London during World War II|
|Sale book 3||1st May 1915 – 25th March 1919|
- 16 Boxes with stock cards
|6 boxes||A – Z (by artists)|
|8 boxes||5 – 21021 (by numbers)|
|2 boxes||Old Masters (by artists)|
- 83 annotated catalogues of the auctions at Paul Cassirer from 1916 to 1936
- 25 Photographic albums from 1927 to 1935
The entire correspondence of Paul Cassirer Berlin was burned in Amsterdam in World War II.
Walter Feilchenfeldt Archive (1948-2011)
- Photographic material
- Purchase and sales books