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  • A Lot of Four First War German Aluminum Alloy Serviette Rings Fabricated from Zeppelin LZ 85
  • A Lot of Four First War German Aluminum Alloy Serviette Rings Fabricated from Zeppelin LZ 85
  • A Lot of Four First War German Aluminum Alloy Serviette Rings Fabricated from Zeppelin LZ 85
  • A Lot of Four First War German Aluminum Alloy Serviette Rings Fabricated from Zeppelin LZ 85

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A Lot of Four First War German Aluminum Alloy Serviette Rings Fabricated from Zeppelin LZ 85

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A Lot of Four First War German Aluminum Alloy Serviette Rings Fabricated from Zeppelin LZ 85

Germany (Imperial); Four serviette rings in aluminum alloy, purportedly fabricated from tubing of the downed Zeppelin LZ 85, each of the rings engraved "ZEPPELIN L-85 / SALONIKA / MAY 5th 1916", measuring approximately 50 mm (w) x 36.5 mm (h) each, very fine.

Footnote: LZ 85 and LZ 86 were P Class Army Zeppelins and were deployed to the Eastern front. LZ 85 made two successful attacks on Salonika, Greece but during a third raid, it was damaged by fire from the Lord Nelson-class pre-dreadnought battleship HMS Agamemnon on May 5, 1916 and came down in the Vardar marshes. The crew of twelve were captured. The framework was salvaged and, partially reconstructed, put on display near the White Tower in Salonika.

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