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Hitler's Berghof in the Obersalzberg

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The Führer entertains his guests--1937

 

SS Allach Porcelain Dinnerware
Made for Adolf Hitler

 

 

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SS Allach Tea Set made for Adolf Hitler (Item Allach/Hitler 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is only one part of a group we were able to purchase a while back in Germany. It was a very vast set with hundreds of pieces and we were one of three dealers who managed to get in on the offering. We will soon add to this lot some plates and dishes and a demitasse coffee set, but for now we offer the crème de la crème of the groupings and that is the tea-for-two set. This china was, of course, made for Hitler by the SS Allach firm in Allach Bavaria near Dachau. The set was found in the deserted Allach Factory in unopened boxes. That they were meant for delivery to Adolf Hitler is certain, and their condition is absolutely mint. They are some of the most regal porcelain dinner pieces ever encountered and are not only beautiful, but very historically important, as well. The set consist of a teapot, sugar bowl, creamer, two cups, and two saucers. This is extremely rare and is prodigiously historically important. We sincerely believe this set was destined for the Berghof, Adolf Hitler's mountain retreat in the Obersalzberg high over Bertesgaden in the German Alps . Possibly they might have been intended for the Bertesgaden Reichschancellery nearby, as well. For more information on the Obersalzberg home refer to item AH 7-1, an incredible original album . Also visit item Art 5-6, for a view of the Bertesgaden Reichschancellery. This set of porcelain pieces must be at least one of the most historically important Hitler pieces ever made available.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Hitler Allach Dinner Plate and Luncheon Plate (Piece Code A 2-6) (Item Allach/Hitler 1-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is, in addition to the tea set above, a dinner plate and luncheon plate, part of the collection that was bought a few years ago. The items were made by the Allach Firm that was owned and operated by the SS under the direction of Professor Obersturmführer Carl Diebitsch, Theodor Karner, Franz Nagy, Richard Forster, and other porcelain artists extraordinaire. The extraordinary figures, plates, plaques, candle holders made n the stark white or vibrant color is unmatched by any other company including Roesenthall, Meissen, Nymphenburg, etc. The Allach Porcelain Firm was created by Prof. Diebitsch in 1936, at the behest of Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler. As a result of being NS-government sponsored, the finest artists of the craft came from the other aforementioned companies and the Allach Porzellan Manufaktur had some of the finest facilities in the entire world of porcelain art. The quality of the pieces is extraordinary to the extreme. You can see this reflected in these plates and dishes even if only a Reich’s eagle in gold overlay is evident, but what an eagle! Allach porcelain was not directed toward profit. Rather, the products of the factory were intended to support education to National Socialist-motivated people of the Reich. Originally, the Allach factory produced only art ceramics such as plates, jugs, and vases, but in the war years, it manufactured special gift items intended for loyal SS supporters that were often given at high-dinner parties and gala SS occasions. Very special items were produced for presentation to the highest NS German leaders. This brings us to these Allach Adolf Hitler porcelain pieces. We know that a one-of-a-kind desk set to include an inkwell and desk roller blotter holder was produced for the Führer, with a vibrant gold NS eagle and a facsimile of his signature. Also, a great large vase was presented to him again with the Reichs Chancellery eagle similar to the one on these plates, only much larger. The set, as far as we have been able to research, was made for a birthday present for Adolf Hitler to be presented to him at his Obersalzburg mountain retreat over the Bavarian town of Bertesgaden and possibly for the Bertesgaden Reichs Chancellery that was located in the center of what was sleepy, but beautiful Bavarian village. For more information on this second Reichs Chancellery, go to item Art 5-6. We were not the only dealer who was able to buy into this grouping when found. Another dealer in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and a malevolent scalawag in Bowie, Maryland, also managed to acquire quite a few pieces. Germania, however, tries to make the items affordable, not like the Maryland dealer, who raises the prices of the Allach porcelain to the sky limit. The pieces are both beautiful and historically important, but a very large grouping was found (the whole service for 50 or more banquet guests). At this point, however, most of it has been sold and a few of the better (laid back) pieces are still available. This is your chance to own a true Adolf Hitler article, and at the same time acquire a great piece of fine porcelain by Allach.

PRICE: $1,250.00 each

GREAT BREAKING NEWS!!!
WE HAVE PURCHASED A FURTHER GROUPING OF THIS RARE AND HISTORICALY IMPORTANT ALLACH HITLER PORCELAIN. BELOW ARE SOME GREAT PIECES THAT ARE NOW BEING OFFERED. ONCE THEY ALL HAVE BEEN SOLD, WE DON’T BELIEVE ANY OTHERS WILL BE OFFERED BY ANYONE. THIS GROUPING IS PROBABLY THE LAST SIGNIFICENT LOT OF THESE MAGNIFICENT ITEMS THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE TO THE SERIOUS COLLECTERS OF HITLER MEMORABILIA.
GERMANIA INTERNATIONAL, LLC

 

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Double-handled Soup Tureen used during Dinner at the Berghof (Piece code A 5-2) (Item Allach/Hitler 1-3)

DESCRIPTION: This is a beautiful soup tureen of the typically Bavarian "regal" style with the double handles (one to each side). The tureen is about two inches high with an opening of about four inches in diameter. The measurement from one handle to the other is about six inches. The porcelain pieces we offer here are part of a table service that was most likely from a huge, official state service set for all of Hitler's various offices, residences, etc.: the Berghof, the Reich's chancellery, the Führerbau, the Adlerhorst, and perhaps even his apartments in the Prinzregentenplatz in Munich. The magnificent eagle on these pieces is the rendition known as the “Führeradler” (the leader's eagle). This is in bright 22-karat gold leaf and is stunning to perceive. The intertwined SS runes of the Allach symbol are the official logo of Dr. Prof. Obersturmbannführer-SS Karl Diebitch. He and Otto Gahr of Munich shared the privilege of using this logo on their artistic creations. Prof. Diebitch was the originator of the Allach firm at Heinrich Himmler's request. The Allach mark is in green under the glaze as shown in Michael J. Passmore’s book, S.S. Porcelain Allach, published in 1972. The design and finishing is similar to a set seen on pages 101-103 in the aforementioned "hornbook" on Allach. The entire set of many pieces was found in Germany in 1997, and purchased by three well-known collector-dealers, then divided with part going to a German museum whose director said he will put them on display regardless of the ridiculous fervor against the display of historical relics of the Third Reich era. We are proud to offer such beautiful and vastly historically important articles to the collecting public. This is indeed a great find. We now have all of the pieces that will probably ever be offered to include the group that went to the other dealers—the group that went to the museum will not be for sale.

PRICE: $2,500.00

 

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Beautiful Gravy Boat used during Dinner at the Adlerhorst (Piece Code A 4-1) (Item Allach/Hitler 1-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a beautiful gravy boat from the service created by the SS-owned Allach firm in lower Bavaria. The design is typically Bavarian "regal." This gravy boat is about 3 inches high and with about 7 1/2 inches from the handle to the front of the pouring spout. The beautiful golden eagle is the particular designation that has come to be known as the Führeradler. (The leader's eagle). This is in bright 22-karat gold leaf and is stunning to perceive. The bottom of the tureen is marked with the Allach symbol. The intertwined runes are the official logo of Dr. Prof. Obersturmbannfuhrer SS Karl Diebitch. He and Otto Gahr of Munich shared the privilege of using this logo on their artistic creations. Prof. Diebitch was the originator of the Allach firm at Heinreich Himmler's request. The Allach mark is in green under the glaze as shown in Passmore and Oliver's book SS Porcelain Allach, published in 1972. The design and finishing is similar to a set to be seen on pages 101-103 in the aforementioned "hornbook" on Allach. The entire set of many pieces was found in Germany in 1997 and purchased by three well-known collector-dealers, then divided; part going to a German museum whose director says they will put them on display sometime in the near future regardless of the ridiculous fervor against the display of historical relics of the Third Reich era. We are proud to offer such a beautiful and vastly historically important article to the collecting public. This is indeed a great find. We now have the entirety of what was left of this extraordinary collection including the pieces that were in the possession of the other aforementioned dealer. The pieces that went to the museum will not be for sale.

PRICE: $1,800.00

 

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SS-Allach Porcelain Demitasse or Chocolate Single Service (Cup and Saucer) (Piece Code A 3-3) (Item Allach/Hitler 1-5)

DESCRIPTION: Here we present the SS-Allach piece that would be the absolutely most-favored and frequently used item that would be typically and customarily enjoyed by the Führer. Adolf Hitler was practically enamored with chocolate treats, especially hot chocolate, which he often sipped in his long evenings in contemplation at the Munich apartment, or at the Berghof, his Bavarian Alps retreat. The cup and saucer could also have been used by honorable guests as a demitasse service treat. All of this would have been possible had the Allach items had indeed all been delivered. Recent investigation and discovery seems to indicate that part of the shipment had indeed been delivered and most likely been used. In any case they are quite rare and most likely the few pieces we have are probably the only ones that likely will ever surface. If you ever wanted to own a Hitler item that he possibly used, any of these Allach pieces would be the ticket, but especially I would recommend this little chocolate set. The saucer measures about 5½ inches in diameter and the cup is about 2½ inches high and 3½ inches wide including the handle it is in wonderful mint condition: No nicks, no discoloration—perfect!

PRICE: $950.00; the set

 

 

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Very Special -Allach Fruit Bowl (Item Allach/Hitler 1-6; SPECIAL SALE)

DESCRIPTION: We are putting this one dinner fruit bowl up from the Allach porcelain grouping manufactured by the porcelain firm at Allach as a present to Adolf Hitler. It measures about 2 inches deep and about 6 inches in opening diameter. We are certain it will quickly sell at this ridiculous price. This great item is offered at a price far distant from the formal pieces that you will see here. The item goes to a lucky collector at $480.00 and this is a typical commercial loss leader. The true value of this original and historically important piece is much more than this as you can well imagine. So, I do hope that you, my collector friend will take full advantage of this amazing one-time special offer.

PRICE: $480.00; plus shipping

 

 

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Hitler Allach Sandwich Plate (Piece code A 1-3) (Item Allach/Hitler 1-7)

DESCRIPTION: The SS-owned Allach firm of lower Bavaria produced these mint-condition plates. They were part of a large group of serving ware that was made to be presented to Adolf Hitler. The service in its completeness would have been huge; comprising hundreds of pieces. Very probably this was to be the official state service for formal occasions and would have graced the dining tables at the Berghof, the Reich Chancellery, the Führerbau, the Adlerhorst, and perhaps even his apartments in the Prinzregentenplatz in Munich. The design is typically Bavarian "regal." The sandwich plate, also termed dessert plate, is seven inches in diameter. The eagle on each piece is the rendition that has come to be known as the Führeradler (the leader's eagle) and is distinctively different than the other eagles of the Reich. This is depicted in bright 22-karat gold leaf and is stunning to perceive. The bottom of the plate is marked with the Allach symbol. The twisted green runes are the official logo of Dr. Prof. Obersturmbannführer-SS Karl Diebitch. He and Otto Gahr of Munich shared the privilege of using this logo on their artistic creations. Prof. Diebitch was the originator of the Allach firm at Heinrich Himmler's request. The Allach mark is in green under the glaze as shown in Passmore and Oliver's book SS Porcelain Allach, published in 1972. The design and finishing is similar to the set bearing a Wehrmacht eagle seen on pages 101-103 in the aforementioned "hornbook" on Allach. The entire set of many pieces was found in Germany in 1997 and purchased by three well-known collector-dealers, then divided; part going to a German museum whose director says they will put them on display sometime in the near future regardless of the ridiculous fervor against the display of historical relics of the Third Reich era. We are proud to offer such beautiful and vastly historically important articles to the collecting public. This is indeed a great find.

PRICE: $850.00

 

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