SCALA - De Agostini Picture Library  

Clockwise from top left: The theft of the Monda Lisa. Achille Beltrame, from La Domenica del Corriere, 3-10 September 1911; Portable record player Braun Combi from the 50s; Portrait of Dante Alighieri, XVI century - Castle of Ambras, Innsbruck; Stained Glass window, Leggend of Charlemagne, end of XII century - Chartres Cathedral.

SCALA, the world's foremost archive, while already agent of the de Agostini Picture Library, has reached an agreement that allows her to supply the entire de Agostini Picture library - more than 1 million images from history, design, nature, science ancient civilizations, and the fine arts - directly and worldwide. 

The agreement, eliminating any intermediary, ensures maximum speed in the fulfilment of requests and highly competitive prices. 

Clockwise from top left: Gold and enamel collar, Crimea.Jewellery. Sarmatic civilization, 1st-2nd Century.; Palmyra, Syria column ruins with Qalaat ibn Maan Castle in background (UNESCO World Heritage List 1980); Building of the Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang-Ti (reign 221-210 BC). Workmen interring terracotta soldiers; Terracotta Army warrior and horse, Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1987). China, 3rd century BC.

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