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Collection of Original 1937 Hand Drawn Architectural Drawings of Adolf Hitler's Teahouse 'Teehaus Mooslanderkopf', all drafted by and stamped with Professor Roderich Fick and Heinr. Michaelis, Munich dated 1937'; all the drawings express their own respective identification numbers and headings, displaying extremely clear, detailed and measured cross sections of the interior building and interior furniture. Featuring various drawings in pencil with ink headings, finely executed and display dining room, guard rooms, kitchenette, also including individual pieces of furniture such as a sofa, round table, small table, and kitchen table, the overall sizes of the drawings are approx. 59 x 45cm with a triple lined pencil border, all are clearly visible and are in very clean condition, there are (10) original working drawings with Prof. R. Fick's stamp, 1 x is unstamped and headed Sofa, (2) are prints of these drawings, t/w (4) extremely detailed fine pencil drawings of interior designs headed 'Teehaus Moslanderkopf' scaled m.1:20, 3 x of the drawings are 37 x 58cm and 1 x is 27x 38cm and one other headed 'Teeshaus am Kehlstein', and 1 x Complete floorplan headed 'Teehaus Moslanderkopf' scaled 1:50 dated 1937 overall size 74 x 67cm with heavy folds and a small tear, others have some minor foxing, centre folds, yet all examples remain superbly finished (19) Note: Professor Roderich Fick was a German architect most prominent during the Nazi regime. In 1936 he was appointed professor for designing buildings in the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Munich Technical University, Fick was one of the main architects of the Nazi state and was on the recommended list 'gottbegnadeten list'.