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Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

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Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

Goring Family Portrait and Signatures

 

Photograph of the Göring Family with Signatures
(Item GOR 11-16)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a very nice photo card of Hermann, his wife Emmy, and their little daughter, Edda. Emmy, formerly Emma Sonnemann, was an actress of renown in the 1920s and she married Hermann Göring January 3, 1923. After this she embraced Adolf Hitler’s National Socialism and was fiercely loyal to its principles. In 1935, she was considered the first lady of the Third Reich because she served as Adolf Hitler’s official hostess at many state functions. Having been an actress and second wife of Hermann Göring she was always very friendly and charming in public and in domestic affairs, as well. Little Edda was born June 2, 1938, and was named after countess Edda Ciano, eldest child of Benito Mussolini. Hermann celebrated his daughter’s birth by ordering 500 airplanes of his Luftwaffe to fly over Berlin. After the war the vindictive ‘German’ denazification court convicted Emmy of being a Nazi and sentenced her to a year in jail and when she was released 30 percent of all she owned was confiscated and she was banned from the stage for five years. By the time of her husband’s death at Nuremberg she and her daughter had been reduced to living in a two-room cottage with no running water or electricity and she, whose gowns had required multiple closets, now owned only two dresses. She later wrote an autobiography An der Seite meines Mannes (1967), published in English as My Life with Goering, in 1972. No one could ever say a negative word about the German Reichsmarschall in her presence without feeling her wrath! She was a good and fine lady and at all times refined and elegant in spirit and presence to the time of her death in Munich from cancer in 1973. She remained loyal to her nationalistic views until she joined her Hermann in Valhalla. Her fame will far outlast those feeble-minded dwarfs that sentenced her and impoverished this gentle and loyal lady as does the memory of Unser Hermann (“Our Hermann”), even today.

PRICE: $850.00

 

Goring Portrait

 

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Goring Portrait

 

Special Framed Print of Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring
(Item GOR 11-16)

DESCRIPTION: This is a special edition of a portrait of Hermann Göring. We don’t have any idea of the process, but the finish that is applied all over it makes it look exactly like an oil painting. So understand this is not a period work; it was done in the last 25 years or so and is absolutely one of the greatest likenesses of H. Göring we have ever encountered. His stern but idealistic look depicts him just as he was—a brave and determined man who was loyal to his leader and nation; a man whose great sense of aesthetics was known worldwide. He was a great conservationist whose unique method of forestry and wilderness preservation are used even today. Known as the Latter-Day Falstaff, he was absolutely light years ahead of his time. He was known by the German populace as “Unser Hermann” and they adored him. He was a tremendously capable leader as well as a dedicated husband first to his Swedish bride Karen and then to actress Emmy after his beloved Karen died. He was loving father to Edda his daughter whom he absolutely adored.

The Picture

The portrait measures 7 ½ x 9 ½ inches and in the frame it measures 11 x 13 ½ inches. The image is sharp of his real countenance and the Reichsmarschall collar tabs are clearly depicted as is the Pour le Mérite (Blue Max) that suspends from his shirt and is beautifully displayed. Here is your chance to purchase a rather beautiful portrait of the German Reichsmarschall that looks 100 percent like a fine oil painting. I believe it is rather unusual.

PRICE: $280.00

 

Goring Signature

Goring Signature
Note that Hitler's signature is a facsimile while Göring's is original

 

Goring Signature
"In the name of the German People"

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The promotion

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Goring Signature
Göring's signature

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Note signed at Wagner's Bayreuth

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Document with frame

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Frame detail

 

Promotion Document Signed by Hermann Göring
(Item GOR 11-17)

DESCRIPTION: On July 31, 1939, while enjoying the stirring and wonderful music of Richard Wagner at the Wagnerian Festival at Bayreuth, Hermann Göring took the time to sign the promotion certificate advancing Captain Ernst Loewe to the rank of major effective August 1, 1939. I would have to say in this case the captain was known to him and he made the special exception of doing this at Haus Wahnfried in Bayreuth. The document is as always with beautiful golden letters at the top that proclaim that this is bestowed in the name of the German people (Im Namen des Deutschen Volkes). The facsimile signature of Adolf Hitler appears there and the great eagle and swastika is embossed at the document’s bottommost quarter and you can see the handwritten signature of Reichsmarshal Göring. He habitually signed most documents simply “Göring.” The beautiful promotion certificate measures 10 x 14 inches and is in perfect condition and with special museum-quality framing.

PRICE: $985.00

 

Goring Signature

Goring Signature

 

Goring Signature

Goring Signature
Official stamp for Göring’s Ministry of Aviation

Goring Signature

Goring Signature

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Goring Signature

Goring Signature
Our Führer loves all animals

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German Army winners

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Italian Army winners

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Fascist leader, Count Ciano

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Mussolini

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The coveted award Das Braune Band von Deutschland

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Award straight from Marshall Göring

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The national sports director with Benito Mussolini

 

Foreword signed by Hermann Göring in a Book on German Horseracing (Item GOR 11-18)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a publication entitled Album of German Racing and comprises texts and photographs that were evidently sent by Hermann Göring, who attached a great picture of himself, and underneath it a separate card bearing his signature and dated “20.4.39.” On the edges of the photograph and the signature are the stamps of the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (Ministry of Aviation) in Berlin, headed by Göring; It seems that he must have given this to some close colleague as a gift. The album is loaded with pictures not only of equestrian sports, but it also features famous personages like Mussolini, the Italian king, and Mussolini’s ambassador, Count Ciano. The great prize, Das Braune Band von Deutschland, is shown here; Göring presented it as the Ehrenpreis. (The Brown Ribbon of Germany was an annual July horserace run in Munich (Riem), from 1934 to 1944. Riem was the home of International Racing Week, and as part of the Brown Ribbon of Germany, all sorts of events took place: track racing, hurdles, and even steeplechase. Entries and winners are replete throughout the book.) Göring was an avid follower of horseracing as was the Führer, who is shown in a charming photograph petting the nose of a horse while surrounded by SS army and diplomatic officials (This is a rare picture.) Inserted in the book is a 29-page pamphlet regarding an NS-government’s promotion of the use of thoroughbred racehorses under the official, honorary leadership of -Obergruppenführer Erbprinz zu Waldeck Pyrmont. The cover is fine, but the back binding is distressed; however, the pages are in good condition. There are a hundred and thirty-four pages all heavily illustrated with fine black-and-white photos. This is a large volume measuring 10 x 13½ inches.

PRICE: $1,900.00

 

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