Spätbarockes Bürgerhaus / Late Baroque Patrician House

Spätbarockes Bürgerhaus / Late Baroque Patrician House (HM2MHS)

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N 49° 53.888', W 10° 16.079'

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Dieses stattliche und repräsentative Eckhaus mit Man-
sardwalmdach wurde 1801 von Nikolaus Walz erbaut.
1898 erfolgte der Anbau mit Satteldach.

Der ursprünglich unverputzte Baukörper wird durch
einen umlaufenden Sandsteinfries und Pilaster
gegliedert.

Die dreiseitige Sandsteintreppe führt zum korbbogigen
Eingangsportal mit zweiflügeliger Haustüre.

Neben den Beschlägen aus Messing fallen die mit aufwändigem Schnitzwerk verzierten Türfüllungen ins
Auge.

Diagonale Linien, Blattmuster und Rosetten wechseln
sich in den rechteckigen Feldern ab.

Im Oberlicht des Portals befinden sich zwischen
schmiedeeisernen Ovalringen zwei stehende Löwen,
eine Krone haltend.

Den Schlussstein zieren, neben einer Blütenrosette, die
Initialen des Erbauers und das Baujahr des Hauses.

Unter dem Mittelfenster im Obergeschoss finden sich in
einem girlandengeschmückten Medaillon zwischen den
Buchstaben NW 1801 das Zunft- oder Steinmetz-
zeichen über einem Herz als Hausmarke.

Um 1870 war dieses Gebäude im Besitz des Kolonial-
warenhändlers Johann Paul.
1898 erweiterte es Lazarus Gutmann mit einer
Drogerie.
1985



wurde die Gemischtwarenhandlung der
Geschwister Kohles und die Schusterwerkstatt von
Otto Bille geschlossen.
-(English translation:)

This stately and representative corner house with a mansard roof was built in 1801 by Nikolaus Walz. In 1898, the gable roof was added.

The originally unplastered structure is divided by a surrounding sandstone frieze and pilaster.

The three-sided sandstone staircase leads to the arched entrance portal with double-winged front door.

In addition to brass fittings, the door panels are decorated with elaborate carving.

Diagonal lines, leaf patterns and rosettes alternate in rectangular fields.

In the skylight between wrought-iron oval rings of the portal are two standing lions holding a crown.

Next to a rosette, the keystone adorns the initials of the builder and the year of construction of the house.

Below the center window on the upper floor, in a garland-adorned medallion between the letters NW 1801, there is the guild or stonemason symbol over a heart as a private sign.

Around 1870 this building was owned by the colonial merchant Johann Paul.

In 1898 Lazarus Gutmann extended it with a drugstore.

In 1985 the general store of the Kohles siblings and the cobbler workshop of Otto Bille were closed. (Marker Number 1b.)
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Date Added Thursday, October 31st, 2019 at 8:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)29U E 408936 N 5528075
Decimal Degrees49.89813333, -10.26798333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 49° 53.888', W 10° 16.079'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds49° 53' 53.28" N, 10° 16' 4.74" W
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