File:Siegmund Natzler 1895 Vilimek.jpg

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English: Portrait of Siegmund Natzler (1862-1913), Austrian actor. Cropped from a gallery of actors of Carltheater in Vienna who performed "Die Lachttaube" composed by Eugen von Taund.
Source Der Humorist, 20 April 1895, digitized by Austrian National Library
creator QS:P170,Q939204


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