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Kaiser Wilhelm II

 

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Kaiser Reich

Kaiser Reich

See the Kaiser Wilhelm cufflink set and other Kaiserliche Treasures

 

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kaiser Wilhelm

 

 

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kaiser Wilhelm

Kaiser Standard

Kaiser Standard

Kaiser Standard

 KAISER WILHELM STANDARD (Item WILHELM 1-1)

DESCRIPTION:  Here for the first time ever offered to our knowledge is the rarest of the rare in printed flags of the Imperial period. If this were a Nazi Fuhrer Standard it would bring well over $25,000. So we ask Imperial collectors should Kaiser Wilhelm's personal ensign be worth less? This piece is 10'8" x 12". It has the original rope ties and heavy burlap end support strip. There are a few small and minor rips and tears, no apparent mothing. This historic treasure was used at the time of the German Emperor's visit to Denmark and it flew for only two days during that state occasion. The story we were told was that when the Imperial Party left, in a rage, they forgot to remove the flag. The Danes never offered it back because they too, were mad. The Danish government in an auction sold the flag 10 years ago. It made its way to Germania International by a collector in Denmark. It should be worth the same as Hitler's, but we will sell it for very considerably less because we are nice guys.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

Kaiser

Kaiser

Kaiser

Kaiser

Kaiser

Kaiser

KAISER WILHELM II CORONATION BANNER (Item WILHELM 1-2; KCLOTH 1-8)

DESCRIPTION: Measuring 9'-9" by 4'-7" this is one of the banners that decorated the lamp poles on one occasion only, and that was for the Coronation of Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1859-1941, Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia. He succeeded Fredrich I and this Coronation was in June of 1888. All streets of Berlin were decked out in such trapping. This is a very rare banner.

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

Kaiser Signature

 KAISER WILHELM-SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (Item WILHELM 1-4)

DESCRIPTION:  This is an ultramagnificent offering in the Imperial German collection field. It consists of two related pieces. The first is a wonderful portrait image of the wartime Kaiser in battlefront gear with his medals and interim baton. It is hand signed and dated 1915. It is mounted in the frame that was only given to very close friends, officials, and heads of state, and usually in this form to those who had achieved the order of the Black Eagle, the highest Prussian order. It should be noted that it is the Grand Cross of that Order whose linked eagles and medals are shown around all the edges of the frame. At the top is the Prussian Crown of Empire, the Charlemagne Crown. On the back of the frame is the stamped company name, C.H. Preetz, Berlin, W.8. This was the bronze caster to the Imperial Palace and family. The frame is a huge example measuring 15" x 12". The devices on the back enable it to hang on the wall or stand upon a table or desk. This is an incredible piece of Imperial history. The second associated piece is a framed letter from the Chief of the Military Cabinet, and sent from the Great Headquarters on June 3, 1915 to the king's palace official in the military cabinet, Herrn Blumensaat. The letter roughly translates to "His majesty the Emperor and King has on the occasion of the completion of a 25-year service in the military cabinet presents you with the highest photo study with frame and personal signature and he bestows it on you. It is my pleasure to place it with you." The chief of the cabinet signs it. The letter measures 8"x 10" and the frame 11" x 14". This is a very beautiful and historically important piece.

PRICE: SOLD

 

Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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Kaiser II Hunt Gift
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 PRESENTATION HUNTING GIFT FROM WILHELM II (Item WILHELM 1-7)

DESCRIPTION: This magnificent silver box was a gift from Kaiser Wilhelm II to Count von Falkenstein, who was the Kaiser's chief forest master, and as the inscription indicates, his hunting companion, as well. This was presented after a special hunting expedition near Doberitz on July 29, 1901. The exact translation includes the words "in memory of-this Saint Hubertus Hunt." There is an exact copy of the Kaiser's signature here, as well. On the top is a solid-silver eagle of the Hohnzollern Kaisereich perched on a Hirshfanger, hunting short sword. Entwined in the design is the ever-present oak leaf motif. The box is supported with the Imperial footing pieces as used on important German art offerings. Underneath is the 800 silver designation with the obligatory crown and moon. The box may be used for cigarettes or cigars with the placement of the center panel ridge. This box is quite beautiful and is typical of the Kaisergeshenk pieces from the era. The eagle is similar to the gala uniform buckles of the Royal Jagers under the direction of Graf von Falkenstein's leadership. Boxes such as this were often royal gifts. When you cannot think of any suitable gift to a man who probably has everything, you present to him a box to keep some of it in! This, along with a cane that belonged to the Kaiser personally and, later, given to von Falkenstein, were formally part of a group found in East Prussia after the wall fell. This is very historically important, indeed. Box measures 6 x 3 inches and is 1 inches high including feet.

PRICE: $2,800.00 SOLD

 

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