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Formal Napkin and Formal Napkin Ring from Adolf Hitler’s Personal Table Service (Item AH 3-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a “great find.” The napkin rings are rare and a real treasure when found.  But even in fact more rare yet are the napkins. We now offer at this time a formal napkin ring and the dinner napkin together. We prefer to keep this as a set and indeed (it is a set) the napkin has the embroidered national eagle of the style used only by the Fuhrer himself.  He used them at the Reich’s Chancellery, the Berghof, and the Fuhrerbau in Munich, etc. The napkin rings are explained in AH 4-2. The napkin is about 14" long and has a beautiful floral pattern throughout.  This was one of the patterns used. This is the usual pattern for Hitler napkins, although there are variations. This particular style is very similar to the ones used on the “Fuhrerzug,” -- Hitler’s private train, as shown in Mark D. Griffiths book “Liberated Adolf Hitler Memorabilia" on page 36.  However, the train type shows a different monogram. We know of at least six types used at various times in different places. This one was the most encountered formal style used with napkin ring. Not all were so used. This was Hitler’s favorite because this was the eagle motif that he personally designed. This would be a great center piece to grace a fine Hitler or advanced N.S. collection. To find the two pieces together is practically unheard of. These items are to be sold as a set only (fabulous!).  

PRICE: No longer available as a set -- still have some napkin holders available.

 

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Adolf Hitler (Besteck ) Gala Formal Dinner Forks (Item AH 3-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is one of the very elusive Adolf Hitler (Besteck) gala formal dinner forks. It is a fork in the pattern that Adolf Hitler designed for himself and used at the Reich's chancery and at the Obersalzberg Berghof (see Billy Price’s Hitler, The Unknown Artist). These pieces were by Wellner and bear the crown, moon, and eagle plus the silver designation ‘800.’ This fork is absolutely genuine and the chance that the Führer actually used them in this case would be almost assured since this particular fork came from the above-mentioned Berghof, the Alpine mountain retreat near Bertesgaden. The least amount of them was stored there. These pieces are considered very rare in the collectors’ market today and highly sought after, so this one will not last long at this price. It’s in very fine condition. This is the big one--8 1/2 inches long. Here is your chance to acquire an actual relic from the table of the world’s most powerful man and the man who was the most loved and adored, and the most vehemently hated figure in all of history. We have seen them on other web sites, when they very rarely come up, at twice this price

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Adolf Hitler (Besteck) Formal Luncheon Fork (Item AH 3-3)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an Adolf Hitler luncheon fork from the same set as the dinner fork pictures and explained above. This is exactly the same except that the measurement is 7 1/4 inches long. It has the same moon, crown and eagle stamp along with the silver designation of ‘800.’ This is the formal pattern so sought after by collectors. The condition is near mint and beautiful. These are getting impossible to find. We were lucky enough to find three of them, but they won’t last long on our site. They are in beautiful condition and as I have pointed out elsewhere on this page you just don’t see them anymore at the German or even the U.S. shows. They have “gone with the wind,” or so it would seem. These are definitely from the Berghof, Hitler’s mountain retreat. Looters from the 101st Airborne Division were usually the ones to procure most of these items. This pattern can be seen on page 7 of Mark D. Griffith’s book Collectors Guide to “Liberated” Adolf Hitler Memorabilia.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Dinner Knife in Formal Pattern from the Flatware Set of Adolf Hitler (Item AH 3-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the formal dinner pieces (Besteck) that we were able to procure from a collection in Germany. This was a large collection of flatware from various military, political, and personality pieces. Among these pieces were just a few original flatware personally owned by Adolf Hitler. This is a fine dinner-sized table knife in formal pattern with the familiar Greek key design. See further description of this at Item AH 9-3 above on this page. The most desirable, thus the most elusive of all the AH “Besteck,” is this knife, which measures 10 inches long. Please read all of the narratives we have written on this page so that you will have a better understanding of these very important pieces and their investment potential. When we say that the values will skyrocket, you can be assured that they already have. Whenever one is found, the sellers invariable ask much more than we do because of the obvious scarcity and historical importance involved here. This knife is in excellent condition and it bears the moon, crown, eagle, and ‘800’ silver designation where the blade meets the silver grip.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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The markings
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The Reichs Chancery
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Luncheon table in Chancery
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Berghof. Note: large napkins
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Berghof before napkin rings were adopted

Special Dinner Napkin and Napkin Holder from the Fuhrer-tish (Hitler’s Table)  (Item AH 3-5)

DESCRIPTION: This is ultra rare. It is the very special napkin and holder as would be used at the Fuhrer's personal table. This would be the table where the Fuhrer would actually be seated. At special functions, there would be napkins and holders at each place setting but these napkins would have the smaller embroidered eagle with the letters A H (See an example elsewhere in this section of the site). But the eagle on the very few VIP settings was as you can see much larger. This would be the ones at the seating positions for Goring, Goebbels, Himmler, Hess and any high dignitary visiting from other countries. Example, the British Royalty or Japanese and Italian Ambassadors. What is the likelihood of Adolf Hitler actually using this napkin? Almost 100% because so few of this particular type were kept at the Reichschancellary and the Berghof where formal dinners where held. At luncheons the smaller eagle napkins were used even by the Fuhrer. This one we offer here is one of the ones used for very auspicious occasions and they were kept in stewardship by the Fuhrer's personal caterer, Kannenberg who had the final say as to their usage. When folded, the napkin measures about 15 inches long. It is in perfect condition although it surely was laundered after each usage back then. This is not only a beautiful assembledge but it couldn’t be anymore historically important.

PRICE: $5,500.00 Expensive? Absolutely not! It could bring much more in a German auction.

 

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Dinner Knife from the Personal Service of Adolf Hitler (Item AH 3-6)

DESCRIPTION: This is the large dinner knife (10 inches long) that would be used at the formal table at any of the several locations where the Führer would be dining. This particular piece comes from a G.I. looter who claims it was traded from a Russian looter for a package or two of cigarettes. The Ruski claimed it was part of a group grabbed at the Reich Chancery and this would be reasonably certain because it was these marauders who looted that once austere building. There are other such pieces of this (AH) silverware on this page for you to read about. Also the markings on the knife are the same as the knives seen above with the “800” designation as well as the Eagle. The great design stands right out. The knives when found are very much more desirable than the spoons or forks probably because knife collectors treasure them even more than the Nazi collectors per say. This one is in very fine condition throughout.

PRICE: SOLD

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