Two early postcards showing the building of the German enamel factory owned by Oscar Schindler in Zablocie, near Krakow. Early of the 20th century.
Two Real Photo postcards showing the building of Die Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik (DEF), the German enamel factory owned by Oscar Schindler. One is in color, published by N.J.S, and the other is black and white, published by J. Greiner and sent by mail. Both postcards were produced before World War II when the factory was owned by Jewish businessman Nathan Wurtzel before it was acquired by the righteous among the nations Oscar Schindler, who saved the lives of hundreds of Jews by employing them in his factory.
Same size: 9x14 cm. Very good condition.