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eMedals-Germany, Imperial. A Set of Silverware from the Estate of Kaiser Wilhelm II

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Germany, Imperial. A Set of Silverware from the Estate of Kaiser Wilhelm II

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Germany, Imperial. A Set of Silverware from the Estate of Kaiser Wilhelm II

(Kaiser Wilhelm II Tafelsilber). An exquisite set of silverware from the estate of Kaiser Wilhelm II, including a dessert fork, constructed of silver, the obverse featuring stylized and finely-detailed floral designs surrounding a monogram of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the reverse stamped with a manufacture date of “1911”, with a maker’s mark of “H.J. WILLM, a crown and crescent moon (indicating German manufacture), and a silver content number of “800”, measuring 25 mm (w) x 174 mm (l), weighing 54.2 grams, with minor oxidation evident, in near extremely fine condition, and; a spoon, constructed of silver, the obverse featuring stylized and finely-detailed floral designs surrounding a monogram of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the reverse stamped with a manufacture date of “1899”, a maker’s mark of “GEBR. FRIEDLÄNDER” with a master’s mark of “D”, a crown and crescent moon (indicating German manufacture), and a silver content mark of “800”, measuring 38 mm (w) x 178 mm (l), weighing 65.2 grams, with minor oxidation evident, in overall near extremely fine condition.
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