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 Imperial Royal Menu, Kaiser Wilhelm II (Item WILHELM 3-1)

DESCRIPTION: We have acquired several authentic period menus that were from royal dinners sponsored by Kaiser Wilhelm II at the Royal Castle of Berlin. At the time these royal events were staged (1902-1905) the castle was the place to entertain important guests. The menus are printed in Old German script and difficult for even a modern German to read. But we can make out that they are luncheon menus—7 to 10 courses from soup to dessert. They make for great displays when framed with a picture of the Kaiser (just a suggestion). They have the German national eagle at the top with another crest to the right. The Kaiser and his court enjoyed many royal dinners here and it was open-doors to the European and other dignitaries. The menus measure 9 1/4 x 6 inches. They were printed in Berlin by C. Hacker and he was permitted to use the term “König Hofflith” (the king’s lithographer). A few have age stains, but still retain their beauty. They are printed on strong card stock with gold edges. First-come-first gets the best of them, although they really are all quite nice.

PRICE: $98.00

 

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 Imperial Royal Menu, Kaiser Wilhelm II (Item WILHELM 3-1a)

DESCRIPTION: These cards are the music program announcements that were handed to each of the guests who attended at luncheons as mentioned in the article accompanying the menus show above in WIL 3-1. Often, the performances started even while the guests were still dining. These cards are the same size as the menus and are on the same card stock with the same measurements.

PRICE: $98.00; each, or a set with a menu and a music card for $185.00

 

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 Old Studio Photo of the Kaiser and Sons (Item WILHELM 3-2)

DESCRIPTION: This is an old image done probably in 1900 of the Kaiser entering the Potsdam Palace and being greeted by three of his sons (the Royal Princes). They are dressed in the uniform of the Guard Grenadier Regiment with the tall miters that were the mark of this elite group. The photo is on the hard-card backing of the period. The bottom was cut probably to accommodate a frame at some early time nice!

PRICE: $75.00.

 

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 Presentation Cigarette Box from Kaiser Wilhelm II (Item WILHELM 3-3)

DESCRIPTION: This is an incredible gift item that is entirely handmade by a German craftsman of old. Obviously it was crafted in silver at the behest of Kaiser Wilhelm and presented as a Weihnacht Geshenk, Christmas present, in 1912. It is engraved with the words that translate to "With best Christmas wishes (Wilhelm, 1912)." It has silver marks and the word Handarbeit, handwork, stamped along the rim inside. The front of the case is decorated with enamel separately adhered Prussian eagles in silver with enamel of the finest grade. The center has the crest of Kaiser Wilhelm surmounted with the Prussian Crown. This is mounted on a perfect oval stone know as sardonex. Around this is a field of hand-engraved oak leaves and acorns done in the Beidemeir style. The entire work is beautiful as a gift form such a high royal personage would be. It measures 5 ¼ x 3 ¼ inches and being of pure silver it is quite heavy. This is a very wonderful and historically important relic of der besser Zeit!

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

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ROYAL MENUS FROM HOHENZOLLERN PALACES (Item WILHELM 3-6)

DESCRIPTION: We have a grouping of original menus and music programs form various palaces used and visited by King Wilhelm II, his Grandfather, and the Royal Family. Castles in Tublin, Bobbelsberg Der Konigs Weislerhausen, Grunerauld Letzlinger, etc. Email for Xerox copies and prices.

PRICE: $50.00 to $100.00

 

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 Kaiser Wilhelm II Dinnerware (Item WILHELM 3-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is a grouping of Besteck flatware directly from the gala dinner table of Kaiser Wilhelm II in the Potsdam palace. This is in absolutely beautiful condition in fine 800 genuine silver. We are offering three pieces at a time (we have six). This is probably the most elegant design ever used by a ruling monarch. It’s very heavy and bold clearly marked with the moon crown and a logo. They are also marked with the company name of this firm that was granted the royal permission to be the exclusive supplier of this Kaiseruchebesteck. This firm was Gebruder (brothers) Friedlander and this appears on the forks right below the tangs. On the back side of the grip or top is the Prussian crown over the Wilhelm (WR), while the front side bears the Prussian Imperial eagle. Both extrusions are surrounded with fine flora representation that adorns the entire implement. Again, these are almost twice as heavy as other royal or aristocracy items of a similar nature. The items are in beautiful condition. The blade of the knife is slightly pitted (maybe more than slightly) as would be expected in a household item used on a daily basis. Make no mistake, these are from the Kaiser’s own set, and the fact that he actually used them is to be taken for granted. These are probably well over 100 years old from an illustrious and beautiful era. To hold one has almost a magical mental transformation to that time of grace and glory. The knife is 11 inches long, altogether. The blade is about 7 inches long with almost 1 inch wide at the center. The dinner fork is about 8 ½ inches long and the fork blade is about 1 ¼ inches wide. The luncheon fork is 8 inches long with a measurement of 1 inch at the blade portion. The price stated is for three pieces-knife, dinner fork, and luncheon fork. This is a unique opportunity to own a fantastic, historically important piece of the memorable Kaiserreich era.

PRICE: $2,400.00

 

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