Monday, July 14, 2014

1930-1950 YEVGENY KARLOVICH FABERGE NOTEBOOK

1930-1950 Yevgeny Karlovich Faberge Notebook
(information is based on data from the "Valentine Skurlov Archive")

I don’t know:
*why the list was kept
*what the “+” represents
*what the numbers/dates mean

Jewish or possibly Jewish names that appeared on the list in Russian.


Arzhemov Moses Sergeyevich---Paris
Auve Maurice—chair repairs
Aronsberg—Paris
Adamian/Atamian Suren Isaakovich—Paris
Arnold & Steinwachs---jewellers, Geneva

Bloch Renee & Simon—Paris
Bilis—translator, Paris
Beilin Brothers—Paris
“Arnold Berg” firm---jewelry & watch shop, Tartu, Estonia
Blumenthal George—antiquarian, 1st class items Faberge, hotel “Ritz”, Paris
Barash, Madame—Paris
Brandt Emmanuil Vasilyevich (Buba)—Cannes
Brovar Alexander Yakovlevich—Paris
Blomfild Edwin—London

Addresses After 1950:

Bittner Vera Arkadevna—Malygina St., Baku, USSR
Bittner Zinaida Arkadevna—Lyceum Theatre, Shanghai, China
Berger Solomon—Paris
Ber Tatiana—born Zakharova, daughter Cecilia, England
Band David—Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Baumann Rea—born Ur “Willwood”, Canada

Vasserman Dmitry—photographer, Paris
Vinter Max—Paris
Vinkler Loletta (09/24/1954) Paris, then Bogota, Colombia
Volkovysski-Lehman—Paris
Viener, E. (znak. VV Trautsholda)—Menton
Vayssager Simon Wilhelm—Riga, Latvia
Wessman Victor (+01/1935) Gelsinfors, Finland
Weiss Norman—London, England (Easter eggs)
Weil Isaiah/Isay Zakharovich—Paris

Addresses After 1950:

Weiss Frida—{“pomoshnitsa in shtenerzahen???} (Znak. Paul Linke), Berlin, Germany
Vaytkorn Brothers Ltd.—Diamond house, London, England
Vinkler Konradovna Irma—born Goetz, Eglohshteyn, Germany

Gesell (Zhesel) Paul--(from Spburga), Paris
Goldstein—Paris
“Goldenberg Brothers”—Paris
Gurvich Isai Saulovich—Paris
Granosky-- (+15/01/1951), Paris
Gurvich Philip Yakovlevich—Paris
Gause Ida Dr. (born Israel—(mother Melita Ortman) Frankfurt-am-Main, then Bremen
Grobina Hermann Melchior & Frau Dora (b. Gromme)—Paris
Gurovich Igor Petrovich & Greta—Paris
Gashkel Sergei Solomonovich (Semenovich)—attorney, Paris  (pek. (?) Lublin)
German/Herman Vasily Yakovlevich---lawyer, Paris
Greenberg Leon Adolfovich, “A La Vielle Russi”, NY, USA
Gurvich Isar Saulovich—(paintings), Paris
Glass Michelle—(photography), Paris
Gould—(artist), Paris
Goldenshtern Joachim—diamonds, Anver Belgium

Addresses After 1950:

Glaser Richard—Homberg-Saar (look for Karl Vinterverb)
Gordon Boris—former editor of “The Illustrated Russia”, New York
Gurevich Grigory Abramovich--(+01/1959), Paris
Grobiyen Herman—Lima, Peru

Zolotnitski Yakov Abramovich—Paris, then NY
Zussman A. Madame---Paris

Kutner Leon—dentist, Paris
Karkkainen Eduard Abramovich--Gelsinfors, Finland
Kadinskie Monos Davidovich (+1940) & Ida Savelievna—Paris
Kirsch Michael Adolfovich, Dr.—Paris, then Villa “Ninette”, Nice, France
Kadinsky Naum Vulfovich—Paris, Nice, then NY
Koppelman DM—coins, Paris
Kornreich Emilia—France
Koenig Helen Lvovna, husband Mort—Paris

Corwin/Korvin)-Piotrowski Yevgeny Iosifovich—Polish major, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Kaplan Mikhail Semenovich & Yevgeniya Pavlovna—b. Forostovskaya, “House of Books”, Paris
Kogan M. and Solomon—Paris


Lurie Mikhail Vasilyevich—Paris
            (Grezin (?): Lurie/Loury Yuri Eduardovich, 28/10/1913-26/3/1989)
Lukhzinger F., Dr.—Tallinn, Estonia
Litvin Feliya (+)—Paris
Lowenthal S.—Paris
Lazarev Nahum—(1949) Paris
Lublin Peter Abramovich --(+5/1950), Paris
Levy Paul---jeweler, Paris

Addresses After 1950:

Limburg Tilly—Hanau-am-Main Germany
Leffler Anna Karlovna—b. Winkler, Munich, Germany
Lessner Ruth Arturovna—Paris  Nobel Bureau
Lener Leo, prof.—Vienna

Marshak Israel Abramovich (+)—Paris
            (Grezin: Tikhanova-Marshak Yelena Semenovna 1889-1980)
Marshak Al. Iosifovich—Paris
Monoszon Solomon App.—Paris
Monoszon Naum Isaevich—Paris then NY
Monoszon Michael (+01/1947)
Monoszon Semen Isaevich (paintings) & Rachel Isaevna—b. Kul, Mendon, France
Mordlebaum (+)—Paris
Mnukhin Aaron Lvovich—New York, US
Mayer—carpenter, Paris
Mazar Charles & Maria Isaevna—Hovhannisyan (?), Paris
Melik-Eilat leon Bogdanovich—Paris (Grezin: Melik-Einat, 1951)
Muroz-Revel L.—Paris
Messinger Walter—stone grinder, Ider an der Her (recommendation from Rotgissera (?) Moritz & Albert Bach)

Addresses After 1950:

Morgenstern Ilya Fyodorovich—psychoanalyst, Los Angeles, US
Monoszon (L. Shurman)—Nice, France
Mayzelson (1955)
Nobel Emanuel (+4/1932)

Palzer Frau,--cousin Bauer, Riga, Latvia
Polyakov—Italian paintings, Paris
            (Grezin: Polyakov Alexander Lvov—architect, 1890-1956
              Polyakov Alexander Yakovlevich--+25/10/1949
              Polyakov Aleksey Philippovich lieutenant, mechanical engineer of the fleet,
              18/10/1890-3/5/1961)
Polyakov Nikolai Mikhailovich--Paris
Podgorny Nikolai Afanasyevitch--(Stankevich St. 20, apt. 4) Bryusov Lane, 17,kv. 4 Moscow
Podgorny Boris Afanasyevitch—(=28/5/1937), France
Pundyk Olga—b. Hirschfeld, Paris
            (Grezin: Pundyk Zinaida A.—5/1/1879-23/11/1969
              Hirschfeld Boris Grigoryevich—3/6/1894-11/6/1976
              Hirschfeld Grigory Vasilyevich—13/6/1873-27/11/1950)

Rappaport—attorney, Paris
“Rubel Brothers”—Paris
Rosenthal Leonard—(+7/1955), Paris (philanthropist, founded the Gemological Institute in Paris, born in Vladikavkaz, mentioned by Fersmana VS)
Rotgisser Moritz—small jewelry factory, Pforzheim, Germany
Rotgisser maurice & Frau Minna Israel
Rips Maurice--son, Paris
Rimmer Jacob (Jacques) Semenovich—Paris
Rimmer Maurice Semenovich (+)—Paris
Rabenek Art. Lvovna—Paris
Rubin—Berlin, Germany
Rabinowitz YS—Paris
Rabinovich Vladimir Yakovlevich—Paris
Rosenfeld—Paris
Robecco/Robeck Isidore—Italy
Rosenblatt & Enzelman, New York, US

Addresses After 1950:

Rottgisser Maurice (+3/2/1956) & Minna Israel, then Paris
Rimmer Yakov—(+10/1959), Paris
Romanov-Slavatinski de Zoe--(Russian Jewish…recombination (?) Gursky), Paris
Rumanov Arkady Veniaminovich—Paris

“Leo Sachs & Sons”—Paris
Sliozberg Genrikh/Henry Borisovich--(=1936), Paris
Sera Maurice—Paris
Stark Boris—France
              (Grezin: Stark Serjik [sergey]—4/5/1930-19/2/1940)
Snouman Emanuel—London
Snouman Kenneth--London
Sorkin Lev Moiseyevich—Paris

Tizengold—Paris

Holzer (from M. Rotgisser)—Birmingham, England
Helfenbayn—Paris

Addresses After 1950:
Khurt/Hurt Gunnar Ruth—b. Behrens, Helmi, Langenskhorn, Germany
Hindin Rachel—Christchurch, New Zealand

Tseidler Klara, Prof.—(+9/9/1951), Eskilstuna, Sweden (artist Faberge firm)
Tseidler Herman Fedorovich, Dr. (medical)—Gelsinfors

Chepurnov Michael Moiseich—Rozhdestvenka 15. M. 2, Moscow

Stern Moritz—Berlin
Shimmelrfeng—selling eggs, Berlin
Stern Herman—London
Stein Georgy—printmaker, Paris
Stein Guy—paintings, paris
Stern Herman and Moritz—“Brazilian stones”, Brazil

Edelstein—(1931), Paris
Eichenwald—Prof., Milan
Enzelman Ayzidor (Gashkel)—attorney, New York, US

Addresses After 1950:
Espezel Numa—jeweler, suburb of Paris

Jakobson Yevgeny Eduardovich—St. Petersburg