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 IMPERIAL CHANGE PURSE (Item KMISC 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a very unusual little bag in that it is beaded in the style of the Chippewa Indians' craft. The front bears a clever depiction of the German WWI Iron Cross, while the back has the dates 1914-15 with the colors of the Reich, swartz, rot, weiss; "black," "red," "white." This bag is in beautiful condition.

PRICE: $450.00

 

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Imperial Reserve Cane (Item KMISC 1-2)

DESCRIPTION: These canes or sticks were carried at conventions and sold as remembrances of an army reservists time spent in the mandatory service for "Kaiser and Reich." They were rather cheaply made from a form of German silver plating. They had various subjects formed in the handle. This one for an infantryman shows a Deutsches Landser firing his Mauser-98 from a prone position. The letters spell out Parole Heimat, 'Position Homeland' in other words (reserves). The stick portion is wrapped with alternating colors schwarze, weiss, rot, the national colors of black, white, red. In between the color is brown. The wrapping is quite intricate. This is a very nice souvenir of der Grosse Zeit. It measures 37 inches long and the cane head is 3 inches high and 5 inches long. Very fine condition.

PRICE:  $185.00

 

Imperial Cigar Serving Tray
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Imperial Cigar-Band Serving Tray (Item KMISC 1-3)

DESCRIPTION: This was a tradition during the Hohenzollern Dynasty. Craftsmen would make a collage from pictures on cigar boxes and a bunch of European cigar bands. These would result in a very conversational tray used at tea clutches and to serve beer and wine as well. This one is large measuring 11 ½ x 18 inches. It is a little stained and slightly warped under the glass, but still is quite nice, and definitely a historic treasure for a good Imperial collection or for the cigar aficionado.

PRICE:  $250.00

 

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 Tunic of the 15th Uhlans (Item KMISC 1-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a tunic of the elite Uhlan (cavalry) unit known as the 15th Prussian Uhlans piped in cavalry yellow. This tunic brings to the collector the historic thrills of the hard-riding "Lance-at-the-ready, clattering hoof beats, and dashing riders of antiquity of more noble warfare." This is a small tunic as these men were small, but tough as nails when in the saddle. Please do not ask us for size as we have no way to determine this in conversion to American sizes. Inside the front flap there is a stamped '42.' Other numbers are stamped there as well: 96-43, 86-66, BAX V and the date (1941) UR (Uhlan Regiment 15). All buttons are there on this enlisted-man's tunic. Slight mothing here and there mostly in the piping, collar, and cuffs; not to detract from this wonderful relic of the early war's glory time! We are proud at Germania to offer this incredible tunic. Since uniforms are not our usual offerings we will not get into a long and tedious descriptive experience. Suffice it to say that here is a fine historically important item in unusually fine overall condition.

PRICE: $485.00; SOLD

 

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Imperial Austrian Belt Buckle (Item KMISC 1-6)

DESCRIPTION: From the Austro-Hungarian Empire comes this fine, brass officer’s belt buckle. It has the double-headed eagle with the crown of the Hapsburg Monarchy. The eagle holds the sword and orb of the Holy Roman Empire. A handsome relic of better times it measures 2 ¼ x 2 inches. It’s in very nice condition, but shows the tarnish of age without any permanent pitting or damage. We cleaned the right edge a little just to see if it will clean up, as you can see.

PRICE: $158.00

 

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Imperial Eagle Change Purse (Item KMISC 1-7; WWI 7-9)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a very nice little patriotic change purse with a lovely embossed Imperial Eagle of the Hohenzollern Dynasty. It has a double pocket inside for coins and possible a folded bill or two. It has a nice little snap-shut device on the back. It’s a petite, but great, WWI souvenir.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Imperial Eagle Paperweight Desk Piece (Item KMISC 1-8)

DESCRIPTION: This is great; large 5 1/2-inch diameter Hohenzollern Prussian eagle similar to the style used on patents of nobility. The detail is astounding! The familiar Adler has never looked so good. In his extended talons he clutches the orb and scepter of the empire while the Prussian crown rests upon his head. It’s made of brass. The detail couldn’t be better. It’s quite heavy. The bottom is covered with red felt. This is for the desk of the true Germanophile.

PRICE: 795.00

 

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Snuff or Pillbox from Shipping Lines (Item KMISC 1-9; KRIEG 5-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is a little gem of a silver box in typical turn-of-the-century floral design. It is crafted in silver with a ship on the lid in high relief. The inscription below reads: “Hamburg-Amerika Linie Lustyacht Prinzessin Victoria Luise.” On the bottom of the box is an inscription “Zur Erinnerung an die Nordlandfahrt 1901,” “In Memory of the Northern Lands Voyage in 1901.” No doubt, this was a trip on the ship to Norway, Denmark, Sweden, etc. Inside the lip of the lid is the company name “Wekens” and the ‘800’ silver designation with moon and crown. This is a very beautiful little piece of early nautical memorabilia. It measures 2 1/2 x 2 inches across the top and about an inch deep.

PRICE: Sold

 

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Spoon & Fork from Imperial Regiment (Item KMISC 1-10)

DESCRIPTION: This is a nice set of Besteck from the Imperial Jäger Regiment 148. The crown looks to be a Bavarian crown on the upper tang of the utensils. They are of the utmost quality and clearly marked with the company name ‘H. Schaper’ and the ‘800’ silver designation and crown and moon. On the other side of the tang is an inscription ‘Alesander Grau 22/5/12.’ This is a very nice showpiece set that would grace any fine Imperial collection.

PRICE: $125.00; the set

 

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Butter Knife from the 148th Jäger Regiment (Item KMISC 1-11; WEHR 18-10)

DESCRIPTION: This is a nice little piece of Besteck from an Imperial Jäger regiment. It has the regimental cipher, but without crown. It may be from the renowned regiment after WWI and possible in the NS era. It is in rather used shape, but all there. The ‘J.A. Henckels Solingen Zwillingswerk’ is inscribed on the blade in the fashion of later work by this firm. This is a nice and very collectable item.

PRICE: $55.00

 

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Large Serving spoon from an Imperial Army HQ (Item KMISC 1-12)

DESCRIPTION: This is a rather large genuine silver spoon from an Imperial Besteck, or dinner set. It is with a crowned monogram that looks like ‘K.R.’ The shank is marked with the crown and half moon plus the ‘800’ silver designation. On the back of the tang is the word or name ‘Schimpf.’ Is this the former officer owner? This is a very elegant piece of Imperial German military history indeed.

PRICE: $75.00

 

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Book Unsere Marine im Weltkrieg 1914-1918 (Item KMISC 1-13; WWI 7-19; KRIEG 5-11)

DESCRIPTION: This book, Our Navy in the World War 1914-1918, was published in 1927. This is a really (huge), beautiful book of 491 pages and measures 10 1/2 x 14 inches and is 1 1/2 inches thick. It’s chock full of wonderful black and white and vibrant color illustrations. The colors are full-page dramatic illustrations and photos taken from famous naval paintings Many foldout maps of battles and strategies, destroyers, pocket battleships, U-boats, admirals, captains, crews, naval artillery, marine infantry, and the Kaiser in naval uniform grace its pages. The U-boat pictures alone are worth the price of this wonderful volume. There is a great section on early naval aviation and zeppelins. The book is in very fine condition except for the last three or four pages that are a very little bit water stained (only at the very bottom) and the last page has a slight nick at the bottom. This is a first-class history book of the glorious deeds on the high seas of war.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Imperial fork from 52 Regt. Officers’ Quarters (Item KMISC 1-14)

DESCRIPTION: This is a very heavy silver fork; and big. It is from the 52 Regt. and the crown shown looks Prussian. On the back of the tang are the ‘800’ obligatory silver marks and the moon and crown. On the top of the tang (backside) is the name “Kieystern;” the officer’s name? 1185 to? We are not able to read the rest. The piece is worn, but still is a big, beautiful relic of better times. It’s quite heavy in genuine silver (stylish).

PRICE: $95.00

 

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Spoon from the 52 Imperial Regt. (Item KMISC 1-15)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a small luncheon spoon from the 52nd Regt of Prussian Infantry. It’s probably from an officers’ mess. It’s in genuine ‘800’ silver. Although the ‘880’ marks, etc, are worn away, the crown over the belted 52 certainly looks Prussian. On the back of the tang it says ‘v’ (von) Stunigen;’ the officer who owned it or donated the set to the regiment? It’s dated 1889-1895 and is an excellent collectible relic of that better time.

PRICE: $79.00

 

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Menu from the Hohenzollern Palace, Berlin, 17. November 1879 (Item KMISC 1-16)

DESCRIPTION: This is a great menu from the Hohenzollern Palace of Kaiser Wilhelm I in Potsdam. It was the custom of the Prussian court from the time of Frederick the Great to have the menus of the day from time to time in the French language, especially if French ambassadors or VIPs were present. This is an excellent bill of fare printed by the Royal Lithographer Hermann Veit in Berlin. Besides the mouth-watering meal for November 17, you can also see the colorful royal seal with the German eagle crowned with the crown of empire and in the center of the eagle’s chest is the Hohenzollern eagle. The size is a big 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches and is printed on heavy card stock. This is a very important historic relic.

PRICE: $193.00

 

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Fabulous Music Programs from a Royal Palace (Item KMISC 1-17)

DESCRIPTION: Here from 1906 are 100-year-old music-program cards depicting the music-of-the-day for a special concert held in honor of the Royal Guard Regiments: Kaiser Alexander Garde Kurrisier Regt No. 1 and the Second Royal Guard Regiment. They’re all with dates and list classical pieces to be performed. Among them are compositions by Liszt, Weber, Wagner, Mozart, and many others. The Royal Prussian seal is at the heading of each card. They’re beautifully printed on hard cardstock with gilded edgings. They were printed by C. Archer, printer to the palace. They measure 6 x 9 1/2 inches and except for a tiny stain or two on one of the Third Regiment ones, they are in remarkably good condition.

PRICE: $195.00; for all four

 

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Silver Platter to a Retiring Officer (Item KMISC 1-18)

DESCRIPTION: This is a very nice small silver plate or platter in fine (800) genuine silver. It was a gift from the officers who served with an officer who was about to retire or be transferred in the years from 11/11/01 to 01/05/07. It reads: “Dem Scheidenden Kameraden-Herrn Leutnant Teipel der Offizier Corps des 7 Lothringische Infantrie Regiment No. 158. This was the 7th. Regiment of Lorraine.. In the center is an intertwined set of letters with the ‘7’ in the center and the dates of his service under a hand-engraved Prussian crown. The plate is quite beautiful, but rather hard to effectively photograph because of the flashback from the mirrorlike surface it is in finished in. It has about a 9-inch diameter and the engraving is all obviously accomplished by hand. On the back is the name of the manufacturer: ‘A. Schlamann’ with a number and a logo that looks like a wine chalice and, of course, the required ‘800’ silver content identification, plus the half moon and crown. This is a very nice regal piece from a much better time; Die Kaiserzeit.

PRICE: $285.00; a bargain

 

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A Meissen Decorative Plate from a Dragoon Regiment (Item KMISC 1-19)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a beautiful memory plate from the first I. GROSSHERZOGLICH MECKLENBURGISCHES DRAGONER-RGT 17. These words surround the edges along with some five battle honors that took the regiment to France, Holland, Russia, etc. This plate commemorates the 100th year of this proud regiment of the cavalry Dragoons, 1819-1919. The Meissen swords can be seen at the bottom of the plate just above the ‘Y’ in ‘Loigny.’ The center has the Herzog’s logo in scrip with the Mecklenburgisches crown. This is really a beautiful remembrance plate and certainly historically important.

PRICE: $175.00

 

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German Matchbox Cover (Item KMISC 1-20)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a very neat little relic of the “Besserzeit.” It’s a leatherette box cover for wooden matches. On the top is the Prussian Eagle shield of empire with the glorious Hohenzollern crown depicted over the head of the “Deutscher Adler.” This disc is a separate piece and is adhered to the cover, which is 4 x 2 1/2 inches across and an inch and a half deep. This is a great historically important item and will make a great display item in any good collection of Imperial relics.

PRICE: $295.00

 

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