Der Rittmeister Militaria, LLC Imperial German Merchandise: Postcards of Imperial German Royalty - Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, and Kaiserin Hermine ONLY.
Updated on 27 May 2016.
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Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria

 

38-400 HAUS DOORN - NETHERLANDS FOUR POSTCARD SET. After WW I's end, when Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) abdicated Germany’s throne, he entered exile in the Netherlands. Haus (Huis in Dutch)  Doorn was purchased for him at a price of approximately 500,000 Dutch Guilders. He remained at Doorn until the end of his life in  1941. He is buried on the estate’s grounds. Haus Doorn consists of a three-story main building and a few smaller outbuildings. Today, the late emperor’s casket rests in Haus Doorn’s mausoleum. If you peer through its small windows, faintly you can see it. Some of Wilhelm’s pet dachshunds are buried in the garden off the main house. Kaiserin August Victoria (1858-1921) died in 1921 at Haus Doorn. Wilhelm married his second wife, Hermine, in 1922. (Hermine survived Wilhelm, left Haus Doorn after his death, and returned to Germany). [Both of Wilhelm’s wives are buried back in Germany].  When Kaiser Wilhelm II departed from Germany, he took a train of some twenty-odd boxcars filled with his personal possessions. More than two-hundred different uniforms were included, along with their matching headdresses, most of his numerous tableware settings, and other personal possessions. Haus Doorn is regularly open to the public, with marvelous guided tours. It has a small gift shop where one can purchase small remembrances of one's visit. During a recent visit, I purchased a small number of their postcards. We are offering them as a group of four cards. Below are descriptions of the four cards encompassing the set:

1) On the second floor is a large circular display case where four uniform groupings are displayed at any one time. On this photograph's left, his parade uniform from the Regiment des Garde du Corps is on display. You will note the officer’s dress tunic, known as a kollar. Over that is a black küraß. The küraß was used only in the Spring Parade. This style of küraß was originally given to the regiment by the Czar of Russia during the Napoleonic Wars, as thank you to his German allies. (Note the Black Eagle on the küraß, worn both as a sash and as a breast star). To the photo's right is the Kaiser's uniform from the Leib-Garde-Husaren-Regiment. (Please note the red parade attila). Over its shoulder is his blue pelisse, trimmed in shearling wool. In front of the grouping is a Generalfeldmarschall’s baton, and behind is the third grouping. If my memory serves me correctly, this is his Kaiserliche Marine grouping, in which he held the rank of Großadmiral. You can see the top of his Schirmmütze and is his großadmiral's baton. Many other uniform accouterments are also displayed. Two other display cases built into the walls show Schirmmützen and shoulder boards. This is my favorite part of the residence. You never know what groups of uniforms you will see.

2) This is a closet at Haus Doorn, where many of the Kaiser’s uniforms are stored. Below the tunics you will note many of the matching, correct boots. A pair of parade shoulder boards, a belt and other accouterments  also are present. At the closet's top are many storage boxes for pickelhauben, Schirmmützen, busbies, etc. If you are anything like me, your tongue is hanging out right now!

3) Kaiser Wilhelm was a true militarist. While his army was important to him, his navy absolutely was the apple of his eye. Nothing gave him greater pleasure than to visit his fleet, sail on his royal yacht, the S. M. Y. Hohenzollern, or sail on his racing sloops. In this photograph, the S. M. Y. Hohenzollern is either arriving or departing from the port at Kiel. The vessel projected not only Germany’s power as it sailed abroad, but the Kaiser and his family’s majesty. The vessel carried many of his castles’ luxuries for him when he sailed.

4) As Kaiser, Wilhelm II was the head of the German Army and Navy. As the Kaiserliche Marine's commander, Wilhelm was a Großadmiral. Here he wears the uniform of his rank. He wears an officer’s summer (white cover) Schirmmütze, and a navy frock coat. The bullion stripes on his coat sleeve consist of one wide band, with four narrow bands above it. These indicate a Großadmiral. (One stripe is a Konteradmiral, two indicate a Vizeadmiral, and three stand for an Admiral).

This is a high-caliber postcard grouping, certainly a museum grade. We are pleased to offer these FOUR fine cards to you on a limited basis. (Please do not ask us to separate the sets -- they ONLY will be sold as sets). $15.00

 

 

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38-2822 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II IN REGIMENT DES GARDE DU CORPS UNIFORM AND HELMET. Postcards of Kaiser Wilhelm II are always popular. Arguably, one of his most popular poses depicted him in the Regiment des Garde du Corps (GdC) dress uniform. This postcard displays the Kaiser in a general’s full dress uniform, complete with the regiment’s küraß (breastplate). He is bedecked with medals and breast stars. In addition, he is wearing the GdC’s magnificent parade helmet topped with its impressive Hohenzollern Eagle. The gleaming frosted silver Eagle really stands out, even though the postcard is in black and white. The postcard’s bottom displays some pencil writing. The postcard was mailed and features a canceled postage stamp. $20.00   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2823 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II IN REGIMENT DES GARDE DU CORPS UNIFORM. This is a most interesting postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is standing on the city of Aachen’s Rathaus (City Hall) balcony with two town officials. Aachen is a beautiful city near Germany’s borders with Belgium and the Netherlands. [We have visited it in the past. Its people are amazingly friendly]. Historically, the city is quite important. The Emperor Charlemagne spent a great deal of time in Aachen. Later, from 936 to 1531, it was the place where thirty-one Holy Roman Emperors were crowned Kings of the Germans.
The postcard features the Kaiser wearing the Regiment des Garde du Corps’ uniform. Interestingly, he is wearing the regiment’s black küraß, which was only used once per year during its Spring Parade. [The black küraß was originally presented to the GdC in 1814 by Tsar Alexander of Russia as a token of gratitude to his Prussian allies in the Napoleonic Wars. The postcard has not been mailed.
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38-2824 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM IN 1. LEIB-HUSAREN REGIMENT NR 1 UNIFORM REVIEWING NAVAL TROOPS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II from the back and side. He is mounted on his horse reviewing naval troops on parade. Naval officers march with the sailors, and the Kaiser is flanked by several naval officers. The postcard has not been mailed. $20.00   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2826 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II WITH SON KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND DAUGHTER-IN-LAW KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE ABOARD HIS ROYAL YACHT S.M.Y. HOHENZOLLERN. Kaiser Wilhelm II had a lifelong love of the sea. This was expressed in the expansion of his Navy, the Kaiserliche Marine, and his extended stays aboard his royal yacht, the S.M.Y. Hohenzollern. This postcard features him aboard the S.M.Y. Hohenzollern. He is standing on the deck with his son, Kronprinz Wilhelm, and his daughter-in-law, Kronprinzessin Cecilie. To the Kaiser’s left is his wife, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, conversing with Generalleutnant Graf Dohna. The postcard was mailed in 1911 from Hamburg. $20.00   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2811 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He appears in an artillery troop generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. He is seen wearing a Garde-Artillerie kugelhelm. He is wearing an übberrock and holding a generalfeldmarschall’s interim baton. The postcard has not been mailed. $20.00 

 

 

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38-2395 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) after the end of WW I, while he was living in exile at Haus Doorn. A reproduction signature appears at the card’s bottom. On the reverse is a printed message that thanks a person who wrote to the Kaiser. It also mentions Haus Doorn. This was an official postcard from the former Kaiser’s household. $25.00

 

 

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38-2396 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows the Kaiser (1859-1941) in a generalfeldmarschall’s uniform during WW I. It is a late-war pose as he is wearing a 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross on his tunic. He is also wearing a pickelhaube with its canvas camouflage cover. $20.00

 

 

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38-2397 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm (1859-1941) has a faded obverse. Postcards and photographs of the period used silver in the photographic process. Oxidation often caused the fading, ghostlike effect. The postage stamp has been affixed to the obverse. On the reverse we see that the message was written in English to a woman in the U.S.! Its author also signed the postcard on the front. $10.00

 

 

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38-1631 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GROßADMIRAL’S UNIFORM. This postcard comes from noted marine artist Professor Willy Stöwer. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in a Kaiserliche Marine Großadmiral’s uniform. The postcard is unmailed. It was produced during WW I to benefit a veteran’s group. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2821 POSTCARD - FAMOUS KAISER WILHELM II QUOTE. This is a postcard that features a well-known quote from Kaiser Wilhelm II.  The postcard’s obverse is bordered with Germany’s national colors: red, white, and black.  Within the border is the quote which we have translated from the German as “The desire for conquest does not drive us, it is the indomitable will to retain the place in which God put us.”  Its reverse features a message written in February 1917 and mailed to a woman in Berlin. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2812 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a Küraßier-Regiment’s dress uniform. The reverse shows that it was mailed in 1915 as a Marine-Feldpostkarte. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2814 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II IN UNIFORM DURING WW I. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform during WW I. He is wearing the EK 1 and EK 2.The reverse shows that it was mailed in 1915 as a Feldpostkarte. Some of the ink from the cancellation has bled through to the obverse. $10.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2815 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in a Husaren officer’s dress uniform. His pelisse (pelzatilla) is draped over his attila’s shoulder. These normally featured a shearling sheepskin collar and trim down its center. If you look carefully, however, you will note that the Kaiser’s trim is ermine. He is wearing a wide assortment of orders and decorations, as well as a general’s shoulder boards and aiguillette. Below his likeness is the saying "Ich kenne keine Parteien mehr, Ich kenne nur Deutsche." (I know no more parties, I know only German). The postcard was mailed in January 1915. $20.00 

 

 

 

 

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38-2816 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II WITH SONS AND BRAUNSCHWEIG’S ERNST AUGUST. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), his six sons, his son-in-law, Braunschweig’s Ernst August, and several other top level officers, leaving one of the Kaiser’s castles. The Kaiser walks in the lead. I believe that Saxony’s König Friedrich August III is beside him. Both men are wearing generals’ pickelhauben. The postcard was not mailed. It is quite uncommon. $20.00 

 

 

 

 

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38-2817 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND BAVARIA’S KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria. Both men are wearing mantles. Wilhelm II is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s pickelhaube and overcoat. Rupprecht is wearing a Prussian Küraßier-Regiment’s uniform and helmet. This uncommon postcard was not mailed. $20.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2818 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VICTORIA - PRINZ ADALBERT AND PRINZESSIN ADALBERT. This postcard depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) wife, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), their son, Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948), and his wife, Prinzessin Adelheid (1891-1971). Adalbert was the Kaiser and Kaiserin’s third son, and the only son who served in the Navy. The other five all served in the Army. Adalbert appears in his naval uniform. The postcard was produced for a naval charity’s benefit. It bears a reproduced message and all three royals’ signatures on the obverse. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1633 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - BRITISH ROYAL NAVY UNIFORM. As was the Imperial Period’s custom, European royals often held honorary ranks in other nations’ militaries. This postcard shows  Kaiser Wilhelm (1859-1941) in a Royal Navy uniform. $20.00

 

 

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38-1638 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - ADMIRAL’S UNIFORM. This color postcard depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in a Kaiserliche Marine admiral’s uniform. A message is written on the obverse. The reverse indicates it was mailed in April 1900, before the Kaiser was promoted to großadmiral. Its upper left corner has a slight bend. $25.00

 

 

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38-1643 POSTCARD - 25th ANNIVERSARY - KAISER WILHELM II’S ASCENSION TO THE THRONE. This postcard commemorates Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) twenty-five years (1888-1913) on Germany’s throne. He is in an admiral’s uniform. Germania, the mythical personification of the country, is at his side. The Hohenzollern Crown is below him. $20.00

 

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38-1644 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - NAVAL MOTIF. This is a postcard I have not seen before. It depicts the Kaiser and Kaiserin on their 25th wedding anniversary. Photos of both are displayed, with photos of the S.M.S. Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and the S.M.S. Kaiserin Augusta below them. To the right of the Kaiser is the Kaiser Standard and his flag as a Großadmiral. To the left of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) photo is her Standard and a kriegsflagge. The postcard was mailed from Kiel in 1906. $20.00

 

 

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38-2801 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II WITH TROOPS - WINTER BATTLE OF MASUREN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II addressing a large body of his troops in a city that has suffered substantial damage during the Battle of Masuren. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2802 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN HERMINE - DAUGHTER-IN-LAW CECILIE AND HER TWO SONS - HAUS DOORN. This is an interesting postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II while he was living in exile at Haus Doorn in the Netherlands. The photo, taken in the garden, depicts Wilhelm II with his second wife Hermine, as well as the former Crown Princess Cecilie and her two oldest sons, Prince Wilhelm

and Prince Louis Ferdinand. Prince Wilhelm was an officer in the German Army during WW II. In 1940, he was killed while serving in France. I would guess this photo was taken in the 1930's. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

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38-2516 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - DRESS UNIFORM - KAISERLICHE MARINE. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in the Kaiserliche Marine’s "gala" (high-dress) uniform. He is seated with his hand resting on his naval sword. It is not easy to find postcards of the Kaiser in the Navy’s uniform. The postcard has never been mailed. $25.00

 

 

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38-2820 POSTCARD - FOUR GERMAN KINGS AND TWO LEADING GERMAN CROWN PRINCES. This postcard shows the four kings of Germany: Wilhelm II of Württemberg, Friedrich August III of Saxony, Ludwig III of Bavaria, and Wilhelm II of Prussia, (who also happened to be Germany’s Kaiser). The four small photos appear across the postcard’s top. Below them we see the Crown Prince of Prussia (and Germany), Wilhelm, and Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria. The postcard commemorates a proclamation in Berlin on 20 August 1914. The postcard has no writing on the reverse. $20.00

 

 

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38-2660 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard displays Kaiser Wilhelm II mounted in front of his officers. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2661 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II leading a parade on the Unter den Linden in Berlin. A large crowd lines both sides of the street and an elaborate reviewing stand has been erected in the street’s middle. In addition to the body of troops in the street, we see dignitaries’ carriages drawn up in front of the stand. The postcard was mailed in 1906. $20.00

 

 

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38-2662 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - CHIEF MILITARY COMMANDERS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II seated with his primary military commanders. Appearing in the photo are Generalfeldmarschalls Hindenburg and Mackensen, Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria, and Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia. Großadmiral von Tirpitz is also present. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2664 FRENCH/SWISS PROPAGANDA POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard is a propaganda jibe at Kaiser Wilhelm II. The Kaiser is dressed in his Garde du Corps uniform, standing beside a Swiss soldier. The postcard’s title is "S. M. au pays des tireurs!" (His Majesty in the land of shooters!) The caption at the bottom has two different lines of dialogue. The first line is from the Kaiser, "C’est bien, mon fils. Vous êtes comme cela 100000 tireurs en Suisse, et si je viens avec 200000 Prussiens? (Well done, my son. You have 100,000 shooters like that in Switzerland, and if I come with 200,000 Prussians?) The soldier replies "Alors, nous tirerons chacun deux balles, Majesté!" (In that case, we will draw two bullets each, Your Majesty! ) The postcard was mailed from Paris. $15.00

 

 

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38-2517 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard is of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) at the turn of 20th Century. It shows him in a general’s uniform, with a pickelhaube. Below his portrait we see shields with Prussia’s and the Reich’s Eagles topped by the Kaiser’s respective crowns as Prussia’s König and Germany’s Kaiser. A message is written on the obverse, as was often the practice. The obverse also sports a cancellation from Baltimore, MD from 1900. On the reverse, in addition to the postage stamp and a 2nd 1900 cancellation, we see the Baltimore addressee’s information. $20.00

 

 

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38-2518 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is an extremely patriotic postcard. It features Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) portrait in its center, framed within a green-leaved, national flag ribbon-bedecked wreath. From left to right above him is an infantryman, a sailor, and a German East African Schutztruppen member. Below the Kaiser are a German national flag and a kriegsflagge, adorned with an oak leaf branch and a banner reading "Durch Kampf zum Sieg" (Through struggle to victory). The postcard comes from a painting by Professor Willy Stöwer. Stöwer was one of Germany’s premiere naval artists. The postcard was produced to benefit the Colonial War Veterans Association. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $20.00

 

 

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38-2520 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. In addition to his wife and seven children, we see four wives and three grandchildren. The postcard was mailed from Bavaria. $20.00

 

 

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38-2521 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. In addition to his wife and seven children, we see the six daughters-in-law, one son-in-law, and seven grandchildren. It is a composite shot, obviously put together from other photographs. A message was written on the reverse, but the postcard was never mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2522 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. It comes from a 1906 painting or sketch by Ferdinand Keller. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2523 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) dressed in the uniform of a generalfeldmarschall. Below him is the quote "Nichtswürdig is die Nation, die nicht ihr Alles freudig setzt an ihre Ehre" (Worthless is the nation that does not set all its joy in its honor). The postcard was mailed in 1916. $20.00

 

 

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38-1692 COLOR POSTCARD - SILVER ANNIVERSARY - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA (1881–1906). This is a multicolored postcard that commemorates the 25th royal wedding anniversary on 27 February 1906. The postcard shows the royal couple, with Germania protecting them. If you look in the lower left corner, you will see the Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) crowns. It is very colorful and a variety that I have not seen in the past. $25.00

 

 

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38-2807 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - CHILDREN AND SPOUSES. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his wife, Auguste Viktoria. Also present are his children and their respective spouses. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2808 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - CHILDREN AND SPOUSES. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his wife, Auguste Viktoria. Also present are his children and their respective spouses. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-2809 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND TOP MILITARY COMMANDERS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm and his top military commanders early in the war. It was a very popular pose. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2810 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II GREETING PRIEST - OCCUPIED FRANCE. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm as he speaks to a French priest in occupied France. The meeting’s date is 17 June 1918. The Kaiser appears with several of his officers. He is wearing goggles, which means he arrived in an open automobile. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2651 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a feldgrau generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2637 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - PHOTOGRAPHS - YOUNG CHILD - MATURE ADULT. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II from the time he was a young boy until he was approximately 50-years-old. Five smaller cameo-style photographs surround a larger photograph of him at age 50 in the center. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2678 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II standing beside his horse, his pickelhaube in his hand and his head bowed. The postcard was mailed from Austria in 1917. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2679 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm in an oval frame surrounded by five buildings in Belgium. It shows the cities of Mechelen, Ostend and Ghent. It is dated the month after the beginning of WW I and the sweep by German troops into Belgium. The postcard was not mailed. The caption reads "Neue Eroberungen deutscher Truppen in Belgien! September 1914" (New conquest of German troops in Belgium! September 1914). $20.00

 

 

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38-2680 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. In this postcard I believe that Kaiser Wilhelm II is wearing a huntsman’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2681 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform. The material of the postcard on the obverse is interesting. It has a linen-like quality. The postcard was mailed in 1916. $20.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2682 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his chief general, Paul von Hindenburg. On the obverse is a message and reproduction autograph from Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria dated 1915. On the reverse we see that the postcard was published for the benefit of the German Red Cross, and was mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2683 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY - CHRISTENING - FIRST GRANDSON. This postcard shows a gathering of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his family at the christening of his first grandson, Prinz Wilhelm, the son of his firstborn, Kronprinz Wilhelm. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2684 POSTCARD - KAISERIN - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows the Kaiserin along with her only daughter, Viktoria Luise. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

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38-2685 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - FRONT. This postcard shows the Kaiser and the Crown Prince inspecting the troops at the front. If you look behind the royal pair, you will see a trooper from the Garde du Corps carrying the Kaiser Standard. The postcard has a message (in French) on the reverse but was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2686 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF OF AUSTRIA. This postcard shows the German and Austrian Kaisers. Below them two soldiers holding German and Austrian flags shake hands in comradeship. It was mailed in 1915 as a Feldpostkarte. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2687 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - CARRIAGE. This postcard shows the Kaiser and Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Friedrich Franz IV was the brother of Crown Princess Cecilie. She was the wife of Crown Prince Wilhelm, the eldest son of Kaiser Wilhelm II. They are riding in a carriage. The scene is identified as Rostock 1913. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed from Bavaria. $20.00

 

 

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38-2639 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. The postcard was produced in 1906. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2640 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF. This color postcard shows the German and Austrian Kaisers. Below their images we see a German and Austrian soldier holding their countries’ respective flags and shaking hands. The postcard was mailed in October 1914 from Bavaria to Pittsburgh, PA in the U.S. The two postage stamps depict König Ludwig III of Bavaria. $20.00

 

 

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38-2645 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM I - KAISER WILHELM II - NAVAL MOTIF. This is a postcard that has Kaiser Wilhelm I as its central motif. He is flanked by his two sons, Kaiser Wilhelm II and Prinz Heinrich. Below Wilhelm II is Kaiser Wilhelm I’s grandson, Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie. Under Wilhelm I’s photo, a banner states that he "legte den Grundstein am 8 Juni 1887" (laid the foundation stone on June 8, 1887). This refers to when construction was begun on the Kiel Canal. Beneath Prinz Heinrich it reads "Gruss von der Kieler Woche 1905" (Greetings from Kiel Week 1905). Kieler Woche is an annual sailing event in Kiel, Germany. It is the largest sailing event in the world, and also one of the largest folk festivals in Europe. It is held annually in the last complete week in June. The postcard’s caption at the bottom reads "Zur Erinnerung an das 10 jährige Jubiläum der Eröffnung des Nord - Ostseekanals am 21 Juni 1895" (To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the opening of the North - Baltic Sea Canal on June 21, 1895). The Kiel Canal, then called the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Kanal, was opened during Kiel Week in 1895. The postcard has been folded and has a permanent crease in it. The postcard was not mailed. $10.00

 

 

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38-2641 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - TWO OLDEST GRANDSONS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II with his two oldest grandsons, Kronprinz Wilhelm’s sons. It is a special edition. The entire reverse is filled with information about the subject, photographer, and the postcard firm. $20.00

 

 

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38-2642 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - OLDEST GRANDSON. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his oldest grandson, Prinz Wilhelm. The young prince was Kronprinz Wilhelm’s son, second-in-line for Germany’s throne. Prinz Wilhelm died in France during WW II while serving in the Army. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2643 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZ AND FAMILY. This is a fine postcard that shows the Kaiser and Kaiserin, along with their son, Kronprinz Wilhelm, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, and the latter pair’s two sons, Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2644 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. In this postcard we see Kaiser Wilhelm and his wife, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, with their seven children and two of their daughters-in-law. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-1693 POSTCARD - SILVER ANNIVERSARY - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA (1881–1906). This postcard commemorates the 25th wedding anniversary of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1858-1941) and his wife, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). The royal couple is seen in the center, with smaller portraits of their seven children. At the bottom we see not only Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), but we also see Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954). Above the photo of the Kaiser and Kaiserin, we see their cyphers intertwined. Below them, we see the date, 1906. $20.00

 

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38-1696 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN - 25th ANNIVERSARY - REIGN (1888-1913). This postcard shows the royal couple in 1913, during the year in which Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) celebrated the silver jubilee of his reign. The Kaiser is wearing the Regiment der Garde du Corps’ uniform. Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria (1858-1921) wears her crown. $20.00

 

 

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38-2785 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II SPEAKING TO LARGE CROWD. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II speaking from one of his palaces’ balconies. The postcard is dated 31 July 1914. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2786 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II IN FIELD. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in the field. He is wearing a complete feldgrau uniform. It is a middle-to-late war photograph, as he is wearing the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross. This was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2787 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AT VARIOUS LIFE STAGES. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II on his 50th birthday. A large image of him at 50 is in the center. Five smaller photographs show him at 40 and 30, along with three photos of him as a young boy. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2788 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - CHARCOAL SKETCH. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II from the chest up. He is wearing a general’s pickelhaube with its canvas cover, as well as several neck orders. A reproduction of his signature appears at the postcard’s bottom. The postcard was produced from a charcoal sketch. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2789 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SIX SONS AND ONE SON-IN-LAW. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in the center. Surrounding his larger photograph are seven smaller photos of his six sons and one son-in-law. This was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2790 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND FRANZ JOSEF CELEBRATING VICTORY - WARSAW. This is a color postcard depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiser Franz Josef. They are standing in front of Warsaw’s Königs Palace. The Austrian Flag and German Kriegsflagge fly behind them. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2791 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND GRAF FERDINAND von ZEPPELIN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II with the jolly old Graf Zeppelin. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2792 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM AT FRONT PRAYING OVER HIS FALLEN SOLDIERS’ GRAVES. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform standing over two of his soldiers’ graves. One of the graves is decorated with two laurel wreaths and a pickelhaube. The card was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2793 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II RIDING WITH THREE OFFICERS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and three of his officers trotting down a street on their horses. The Kaiser is wearing a general’s pickelhaube, as is one of his officers. The card was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2794 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II & KAISERIN - PORTUGUESE KING & QUEEN - SPANISH KING & QUEEN - NORWEGIAN QUEEN. This postcard features Kaiser Wilhelm II and his wife, the King and Queen of Portugal, the King and Queen of Spain, and the Queen of Norway. This was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2795 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM - PRINZ HEINRICH - THEIR FAMILIES. This postcard features a large group photograph of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his family, along with Prinz Heinrich (Wilhelm II’s brother) and his family. A couple of other men are present whom I cannot identify. This was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2796 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN. This postcard shows the Kaiser and Kaiserin. The Kaiser is dressed in one of his huntsman’s uniforms. This was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2797 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II IN FIELD. This postcard shows the Kaiser dressed as he would be for an appearance in the field. Over his feldgrau uniform is a magnificent overcoat (mantle) that sports a massive fur collar (probably ermine). The reverse has a poem. We also can see that it was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2798 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND OLDEST GRANDCHILD PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Kaiser with his eldest grandson. This was the Kaiser’s eldest son, Kronprinz Wilhelm’s son. In 1940, the young prince died serving in the Army in France. After his death, royals were prohibited from serving at the front. This was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2799 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II STROLLING DOWN STREET. This postcard shows the Kaiser taking a leisurely stroll down the street. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2800 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II IN 18th CENTURY DRESS. This is a rather unusual postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II that I have not seen before. He is dressed very much as Frederick the Great would have been in the 18th Century. This was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1697 POSTCARD - SILVER ANNIVERSARY - REIGN - KAISER WILHELM II (1888-1913). This postcard commemorates the 25th anniversary of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1921) accession to Germany’s throne. The royal couple appears in the center, with small portraits of their seven children. The children who were married in 1913 (four) are seen with their spouses. By this time the Kaiser had five grandchildren. Several more would come along! $20.00

 

 

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38-2589 COLOR POSTCARD - 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This is an amazingly high-quality color postcard produced in 1906 to commemorate Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria’s silver anniversary (1881-1906). The royal couple are embossed in silver on a blue background. A Hohenzollern Eagle with outspread wings is over their heads. It is a very handsome postcard. Many cards of this type were produced that year. $30.00

 

 

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38-2590 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KAISER-HYMNE. This postcard shows the Kaiser and Kaiserin seated together. He is wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform, and she wears a crown. Below them is printed the Kaiser-Hymne. $20.00

 

 

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38-2591 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This is a color postcard that shows the Kaiser and Kaiserin as they looked circa 1900. As was the custom with this kind of postcard, the message was written on the obverse. Only the address appears on the reverse. The postcard was mailed in 1900. $20.00

 

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38-2592 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is an unusual variation of a Kaiser Wilhelm II color postcard. A likeness of the Kaiser appears to the left. To the right is one of the Berlin area royal castles. As was the custom with this type of postcard, the message appears on the obverse while only the address appears on the reverse. The postcard was mailed in 1898. $20.00

 

 

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38-2655 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SIX SONS - SON-IN-LAW HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his six sons, with son-in-law Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig. The title of the postcard is "Auf dem Felde der Ehre" (On the Field of Honor). The postcard was not mailed. The tip of the upper right corner is missing. $15.00

 

 

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38-2656 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II at the helm of the S. M. S. Hohenzollern. He is in a slicker and foul weather hat. Lightning flashes behind him. The title of the postcard is "Unser Steuermann." The symbolism is clear as the Kaiser steers the country through harsh weather. The postcard was mailed in September 1905, well before WW I began. $20.00

 

 

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38-2593 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II dressed in the Regiment der Garde du Corps’ uniform. The message area on the obverse is empty, as the postcard was never mailed. It has a small clip in its upper right corner. $12.00

 

 

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38-2594 EARLY-WAR PATRIOTIC POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is an early-war patriotic postcard that was designed for use as a Feldpostkarte. The obverse has a cameo of the Kaiser surrounded by six German national flags. An eagle holds the cameo aloft. Below this we see a 1914 Iron Cross. The postcard’s caption is "Mit Gott für Kaiser und Reich!" On the reverse is the message and address for the Feldpostkarte, which was mailed in February 1915 from a training depot. $20.00

 

 

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38-2595 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This is an unusual postcard that depicts the Kaiser, Kaiserin, and some members of his family. Not all his sons appear (particularly not the Kronprinz), but many male members from the House of Hohenzollern are present. Included are Prinz Heinrich and his two sons. It is a seldom-seem pose. $20.00

 

 

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38-2596 COLOR POSTCARD - LAUNCHING - KAISER WILHELM II’S ROYAL YACHT - S. M. Y. METEOR. This is a color postcard that shows the launching of the S. M. Y. Meteor. The postcard is interesting in a number of ways. First, two images appear on the obverse. Second, the descriptions are in both English and German. Finally, the postcard was produced in the USA in 1902. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed from New York, NY (For one penny!). $20.00

 

 

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38-2597 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND KRONPRINZ. This is a postcard that shows the Kaiser and the Kronprinz inspecting their troops. The caption on the obverse (in English) states it is the last time that these two men inspected their troops. $20.00

 

 

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38-2708 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - PRINZ HEINRICH. This fine postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his younger brother Prinz Heinrich. It is a wartime photograph of them. The Kaiser is wearing his pickelhaube with canvas cover and Prinz Heinrich is wearing a großadmiral’s overcoat (mantle). The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2709 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II as he speaks with several women. Many of his officers are in the background, some of whom are saluting. It is a wartime-era postcard that was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2710 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. I have not offered this postcard before. It features Kaiser Wilhelm II, his wife, the Kaiserin, and their eldest son, Kronprinz Wilhelm. It is a wartime-era postcard. Both men are wearing the Iron Cross 2nd Class or ribbon. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-2711 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN. This postcard shows the royal couple of Germany strolling together. The Kaiser is in uniform with the PLM and the 1914 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2714 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm in a general’s uniform. In his hand he is holding a Regiment der Garde du Corps officer’s pickelhaube. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2715 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform. It is a pre WW I photograph. The Kaiser is wearing a frock coat (überrock). The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2716 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN. This postcard is not one that I have offered in the past. The Kaiser and Kaiserin are together. The Kaiser is seen wearing a 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1 general officer’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2717 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - TROOPS. This color postcard comes from a painting that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his troops in Lyck. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2718 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - S.M.Y. HOHENZOLLERN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his party boarding the royal yacht S.M.Y. Hohenzollern. The Kaiser is dressed in a Kaiserliche Marine admiral’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1698 POSTCARD - SILVER ANNIVERSARY - REIGN - KAISER WILHELM II (1888-1913). This postcard commemorates the 25th anniversary of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) accession to Germany’s throne. The Kaiser is seen in an elaborate pose. He is in a 3/4 view, wearing the Regiment der Garde du Corps' uniform. The pose is framed by a Hohenzollern Eagle, which protects him. Shields show the dates 1888 and 1913. $20.00

 

 

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38-1700 COLOR POSTCARD - THREE GENERATIONS - HOUSE - HOHENZOLLERN. This color postcard shows three generations of the House of Hohenzollern. On the far left is Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1921) in the Regiment der Garde du Corps’ dress uniform. To the far right is Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in the uniform of 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. In the middle is Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), the Kronprinz’s eldest son. Kronprinz Wilhelm and his son, Prinz Wilhelm, would have become Kaisers themselves had not Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated in 1918. Thus, they became pretenders to the throne. $20.00

 

 

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38-1664 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - THREE GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) with three of their grandchildren. It is a part of a special collection from noted postcard manufacturer Gustav Liersch. Instead of a place to send a message and address the card, it sports a special message printed by Liersch. $20.00

 

 

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38-1665 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - THREE GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) with three of their grandchildren. It is a part of a special collection from noted postcard manufacturer Gustav Liersch. Instead of a place to send a message and address the card, it sports a special message printed by Liersch. $20.00

 

 

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38-1669 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - FAMILY. This postcard shows  Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) accompanied by their six sons and one daughter. Two of their daughters-in-law are present, also. $20.00

 

 

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38-1670 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) accompanied by their six sons and one daughter. Two of their daughters-in-law are present, also. $20.00

 

 

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38-1671 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II LEADING TROOPS - BATTLE. This is a marvelous patriotic postcard. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) mounted on his horse, leading his troops into battle. He is holding a generalfeldmarschall’s baton in his right hand. Above him and the troops is their protector, Germania, armed with a sword and shield, accompanied by an eagle. The postcard was mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-1672 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1921) in the field, wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. It was produced to benefit the German Red Cross. $20.00

 

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38-1673 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) from the chest up, in uniform with a pickelhaube. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1674 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in uniform from the chest up. He is wearing a pickelhaube. Below his likeness is a reproduction of his signature. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1917. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-1676 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) living in exile at Haus Doorn after his abdication. The postcard’s reverse features a preprinted message, along with a reproduction of his signature. It thanks well-wishers for their birthday greetings. $20.00
 

 

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38-2218 POSTCARD - QUOTE - KAISER WILHELM II - WW I’S OUTSET. This postcard has a quote on the obverse, "Ich kenne keine Parteien mehr, Kenne nur noch Deutsche (I know of no parties, only Germans). Wilhelm II. 4. August 1914." The card’s background is stark black, with the quote in white lettering and Imperial Germany’s national across the lower left corner. It was issued to benefit German Veterans. $15.00

 

 

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38-2764 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - DAUGHTER-IN-LAW PRINZESSIN AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows the Kaiser and his daughter-in-law, Prinzessin August Wilhelm. They are seen at the entrance of Schloss Bellevue. Several of his sons are with them, as well as other senior military commanders. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2765 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - DAUGHTER-IN-LAW PRINZESSIN AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows the Kaiser and his daughter-in-law, Prinzessin August Wilhelm. Several senior military commanders appear as well. They are reviewing the Ehrencompagnie (Honor Company). The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2766 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II early in WW I. He is seen wearing the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class in his tunic’s buttonhole. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2767 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN HERMINE - HER CHILDREN. This is a post-1922 postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II in exile at Haus Doorn. He appears with his second wife, Hermine (1887-1947). With them are two of her children from her first marriage. She was widowed before Wilhelm II. She married him after Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria’s death. She was with him until his death in 1941, then she returned to Germany. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2768 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - WIFE - SEVERAL OTHER EUROPEAN ROYALS. This postcard shows the German royal couple along with the royal couples from Spain and Portugal and the Queen of Norway. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2770 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SONS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his sons at the entry of one of their castles. The card’s caption says they are waiting for the "Princess-Bride." (It does not mention which son is getting married). They are wearing pickelhauben with parade bushes in honor of the festive occasion. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

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38-2771 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This postcard shows the Kaiser and von Hindenburg in July 1915. This postcard was produced for the benefit of the German Red Cross. It has a dedication with a reproduction of the Kaiserin’s signature. The reverse states that all the proceeds will go to the Kaiserin’s charity. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2772 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - VISIT - LÜBECK. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II when he made a visit to Lübeck on 16 June 1900. It was for the dedication of the Elbe-Trave Canal. Below the Kaiser’s likeness is a color collage containing laurel leaves, a shield displaying the Hohenzollern Eagle, the Hohenzollern Crown resting on a ceremonial pillow, and the Imperial German national and battle flags. The reverse shows that it was mailed on the day of the dedication. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2773 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - STROLLING - VILLAGE. This picturesque postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II as he walks through one of villages surrounded by many young girls. The Kaiser is dressed in one of his huntsmen outfits. One of the young girls, who seems thrilled, has her arm looped through his. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2774 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE - THREE GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard shows the German royal couple with their daughter, and three of their grandchildren, who may belong to the Crown Prince. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2775 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - VISIT - OXFORD UNIVERSITY. This postcard, which comes from a painting or etching, shows the Kaiser dressed as an Oxford Don. He apparently received an honorary doctorate at Oxford University and was dressed appropriately for the occasion. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2400 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - PAST LEADERS - GERMANY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in the parade uniform of the Regiment der Garde du Corps. At the top are many of Germany and Prussia’s great leaders, including Frederick the Great, von Blucher, Kaiser Wilhelm I, Kaiser Frederick III, Otto von Bismarck, and Generalfeldmarschall Helmuth von Moltke. Below them is Germany of 1914, with a large body of troops crossing a bridge. Overhead flies a zeppelin and an airplane. Below the image of Kaiser Wilhelm II is a poem detailing how these great men are still watching over Germany as she goes to war. $20.00

 

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38-2402 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Generalfeldmarschall Pul von Hindenburg (1847-1934) in uniform. The postcard was produced to benefit the German Red Cross. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte. $20.00

 

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38-2403 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), his wife Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), their children, and two daughters-in-law. $20.00

 

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38-2404 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), his wife Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), their children, and three daughters-in-law. $20.00

 

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38-2405 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) his wife Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), their children, and two daughters-in-law. $20.00

 

 

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38-2406 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1921), his wife Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), their children, and all of their spouses. It is a much later pose of the royal family that dates from 1914 or later. By this time, all six of their sons and one daughter were married. $20.00

 

 

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38-2219 POSTCARD - GERMAN ROYAL FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). Seen with them are their seven children and, at that point, two daughters-in-law. The postcard celebrates the pair’s silver wedding anniversary. The Kaiser is wearing the Regiment der Garde du Corps uniform (complete with its parade eagle). $20.00

 

 

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38-2221 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SON KRONPRINZ WILHELM - GRANDSON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows three generations of Imperial Germany’s rulers, which, when it was published, were the present and future Kaisers. It was not to be, however. Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) abdicated as Kaiser in 1918. His son, Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), became the throne’s Pretender until his death in 1951. Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), Wilhelm II’s grandson, also appears in the photograph. He renounced his claim to the German throne in 1933 to marry a commoner. He died in combat seven years later (1940) with the German Army in France. The postcard is marked as Nr 2081 from Gustav Liersch’s well-known firm. The postcard’s reverse is stamped "Zum 50. Geburstage unseres Kaisers" (The 50th Birthday of our Kaiser), indicating it is a special edition entitled "Drei Generationen" (Three Generations). $20.00

 

 

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38-2222 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in a German Special Order’s red jacket. He is wearing a neck order and a sash with an order on it. He is also wearing the Special Order’s breast star and decoration. The postcard is dated 1906. $20.00

 

 

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38-2575 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916 from one soldier to another. $20.00

 

 

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38-2576 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY - BABY’S CHRISTENING. This postcard shows the Kaiser and his family at the christening of a new House of Hohenzollern member. It is the Kaiser’s first grandchild, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), the son of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The Kaiser is holding the baby in front of the presiding clergyman. The Kaiser is wearing the Regiment der Guard du Corps’s uniform. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $20.00

 

 

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38-2577 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - DEDICATION - VÖLKERSCHLACHTDENKMALS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II at the dedication of the Völkerschlachtdenkmals monument on 18 October 1913. The monument is located in Leipzig (where it still stands in all of its beauty). It was dedicated to commemorate the men who fought against Napoleon during the Napoleonic Wars one-hundred-years earlier, when his illustrious ancestor, König Wilhelm III, led Prussia. This is one of those postcards where you want to keep your magnifying glass handy to study all of the uniforms and headdresses on display. If you look closely, you will see two men of the Saxon Garde-Reiter-Regiment with their lion-topped helmets. While it is a complete postcard, it is a slightly smaller than a standard-sized postcard, measuring only 3" x 5." $20.00

 

 

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38-2223 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in a German Special Order’s red jacket. He is wearing a neck order and a sash with an order on it. He is also wearing the Special Order’s breast star and decoration. Some minor damage to the postcard appears on one spot of the coat. $12.00

 

 

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38-2224 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL von HINDENBURG. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934) meeting at the front. Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s (1858-1921) dedication and her reproduction signature, dated 1915, appear on the postcard’s bottom. The reverse reveals that the postcard was issued under the German Red Cross and the Kaiserin’s auspices. A handwritten message also appears. Along with a cancelled postage stamp, we see that the postcard was mailed in 1917. $20.00

 

 

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38-2215 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in dress uniform. It was specifically intended for use as a Feldpostkarte. A brief message is written on the obverse. Another message is written on the reverse, along with the recipient’s address. It is postmarked from a hospital at Golitz. $15.00

 

 

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38-1677 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) from the chest up. It has a special patriotic message printed below his portrait. It was prepared as a Feldpostkarte, but does not appear to have been mailed. $20.00

 

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38-1678 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) from the chest up. It has a special patriotic message printed below his portrait. $20.00

 

 

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38-2156 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL HINDENBURG. This color postcard features Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934). The men are in uniform. The Grand Cross of the Iron Cross, which was first issued in 1917, can be seen around the Kaiser’s throat. At the postcard’s bottom, we read "Aus Grosser Zeit (The Greatest/Greater Time)." $20.00

 

 

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38-2157 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL HINDENBURG. This color postcard features Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1921) and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934). The men are in uniform. In addition to the orders and decorations each man is wearing, von Hindenburg holds a generalfeldmarschall’s interim staff. It eventually was supplanted by that rank’s formal baton. At the postcard’s bottom, we read "Deutschland’s Stolz (Germany’s Pride)." The postcard was issued for the German Red Cross’s benefit. $20.00

 

 

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38-2158 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GERMAN MILITARY GENERALS - ADMIRALS - MILITARY HEROES. This is a most interesting postcard that is previously unknown to us. It features nearly fifty small photos, including Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1914) and his primary army and navy commanders. Also apparent among them are the likes of Boelcke, Immelmann, and Weddigen. The reverse shows it was mailed in 1917 as a Feldpostkarte. $20.00

 

 

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38-2160 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL von HINDENBURG. This is an interesting color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), his son, Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1951). They appear in frames up on a wall. Below them we see two children in uniform goose stepping by and saluting. There is a caption "Achtung, Augen - Rechts (Attention, Eyes Right)." It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1917. A bend appears in the upper left corner. $15.00

 

 

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38-2161 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SENIOR MILITARY COMMANDERS. This is a postcard from early WW I. In the center is Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), flanked by his son, Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), and Bavaria’s Kronprinz Rupprecht. Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934), still a generaloberst, also appears, along with von Kluck, and Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin. $20.00

 

 

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38-2163 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL von HINDENBURG - THREE SOLDIERS/SAILORS. This postcard features Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) at its top and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934) at its bottom. In between is a larger photo of three enlisted men in the water. One of the men is down in the water, holding up what appears to be a lobster! $15.00

 

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38-2164 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL von HINDENBURG - POSEN. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II 1859-1941)and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934) together. They are featured with the city of Posen. Images of many important city buildings accompany them. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916 from Posen. $20.00

 

 

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38-2165 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - CENTRAL POWERS’ LEADERS. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Austria’s Kaiser Franz Josef flanked by Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Bavaria’s Kronprinz Rupprecht. Also depicted are Graf Ferdinand von Zeppelin and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934). It was mailed from Lubeck in 1916 as a Feldpostkarte. $20.00

 

 

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38-1680 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard featuring Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) from the chest up. It has a special patriotic message printed beside his portrait. The message is dated 31 July 1914, just before WW I started. It was mailed on 10 August 1914, shortly after WW I began! $20.00

 

 

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38-1682 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - MILITARY COMMANDERS. This is an excellent color postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and many of his most important military commanders. $20.00

 

 

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38-1685 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This is a fine color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934). Both men are in uniforms heavily bedecked with medals. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte. $20.00
 

 

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38-1686 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - TROOPS - FIELD. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) visiting with his artillerie troops. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2620 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - TWO SONS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm and his wife, the Kaiserin. Also in the photograph are the Crown Prince and his family. The postcard was mailed in 1911. $20.00

 

 

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38-1772 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a color postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) of Germany and Kaiser Franz Josef of Austria. Between them is Germany’s Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951). It commemorates a visit by the Austrian Kaiser to Berlin in 1900. The postcard was mailed in 1900 from Berlin, on the day that Franz Josef made his visit. A brief message is written on the obverse. Please note the Hohenzollern and Hapsburg Crowns over the two Kaisers. $20.00

 

 

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38-1773 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard which shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) of Germany and Kaiser Franz Josef of Austria. Between them is Germany’s Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951). It commemorates a visit by the Austrian Kaiser to Berlin in 1900. The postcard was mailed in 1900, on the day before Franz Josef made his visit. A brief message is written on the obverse. $20.00

 

 

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38-2622 COLOR FRENCH PROPAGANDA POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color French propaganda postcard. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a Leib-Husaren-Regiment officer’s uniform, holding a baby in front of him. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-1774 METALLIC POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. This is a lovely postcard celebrating Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria’s (1858-1921) 25th Wedding Anniversary. The royal couple’s photograph is highlighted within an ornate silver filigreed wreath on the obverse. A Hohenzollern Eagle sits atop the wreath, with smaller wreaths to the left and right enclosing the dates 1881 and 1906. An elaborate, silver filigree, floral design embellishes both sides of the card, culminating in a silver bow at the bottom that lists the date, 27 Febr. Above the bow is the number "25." Above that is a box with the words, "Zur Erinnerung an die Silberhochzeit unseres Kaiserpaares (In Remembrance of our Emperor Pair’s Silver Wedding Anniversary)." The card’s reverse reveals postmarks from Berlin for the day before the anniversary, and another postmark from Fredersdorf on the actual anniversary date. A written message has been penciled on the reverse, as well. $25.00

 

 

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38-1775 METALLIC POSTCARD - 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. Here is another lovely postcard celebrating Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria’s (1858-1921) 25th Wedding Anniversary. This time, a rectangular lithograph of the royal couple, their seven children and children’s spouses (those who had married by the time) is highlighted below a silver filigreed Hohenzollern Eagle. The Eagle’s outspread wings cover two smaller wreaths to the left and right, enclosing the dates 1881 and 1906. An elaborate, silver filigree, floral design embellishes both sides of the card, culminating in a silver bow at the bottom that lists the date, 27 Febr. Above the bow is the number "25." Above that is a box with the words, "Zur Erinnerung an die Silberhochzeit unseres Kaiserpaares (In Remembrance of our Emperor Pair’s Silver Wedding Anniversary)." The card’s reverse has a message written in ink (and a bit smudged by some water drops, it appears). It was never mailed. $25.00

 

 

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38-2422 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), their seven children, and two daughters-in-law. It is taken from a 1906 painting or sketch by Oskar Höppner. It was also mailed in 1906. $20.00

 

 

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38-1776 POSTCARD COMMEMORATING 25th ANNIVERSARY -  KAISER WILHELM II’S REIGN - GERMAN THRONE. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1921) and his wife, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921. It commemorates his 25th year on the throne (1888-1913). The royal pair is seen surrounded by a castle and its grounds. In the air are two airplanes and a zeppelin. The postcard was addressed, but never mailed. $25.00

 

 

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38-1780 KAISER WILHELM II - THREE SONS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), in the uniform of 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß, with three of his young sons who like their father were enlisted in the regiment at birth.. The postcard was mailed from Austria in November 1914. $20.00
 

 

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38-1781 COLOR POSTCARD -  KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in the Regiment der Garde du Corps’ dress uniform. $25.00

 

 

 

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38-1782 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) as the steersman or helmsman (steuermann) of the S.M.S. Deutschland. He is dressed in his gala naval uniform. A battle scene is in the background, so this is a pure fantasy scene. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1783 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941)seated in a chair. He is dressed in a naval uniform, complete with numerous medals and a medal bar. He is holding a naval officer’s white summer cap. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1784 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941). Below his image is a Kaiserlied (Kaiser's song). The card was issued for the 25th anniversary of his reign (1888-1913). He had five more years on Germany’s throne. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1785 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the royal couple. Below them is a Kaiser-Hymme (Hymn). $20.00

 

 

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38-2320 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - THREE OLDEST GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), and their three oldest grandchildren, the sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954). The pairs are standing together, while the Kaiserin holds their youngest grandson in her arms. [Remember: It was the style to clothe all babies in dresses, whether male or female]. $20.00

 

 

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38-2479 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This is a color postcard showing Kaiser Wilhelm II and Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg at Posen. The postcard was produced to benefit the German Red Cross. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1918. $20.00

 

 

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38-1787 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1921). He is in a dress uniform. Surrounding him are five different images of himself at varying ages (1, 10, 20, 30, and 40). On the reverse we see that the postcard was issued in 1909 to commemorate the Kaiser’s 50th birthday. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1789 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II -  FAMILY. This is an interesting pose of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. He is seen standing with Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). He is surrounded by his seven children, their spouses, and eight grandchildren. They are quite a handsome family. $20.00

 

 

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38-1790 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This is an interesting pose of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. He is seen standing with Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). He is surrounded by his seven children, their spouses (those that were married at this point) and five grandchildren. They are quite a handsome family. $20.00

 

 

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38-1791 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This is an interesting pose of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. He is seen standing with Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1921). He is surrounded by his seven children, their spouses (those that were married at this point) and two grandchildren. They are quite a handsome family. $20.00

 

 

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38-1794 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - von HINDENBURG. This postcard shows the Kaiser and Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg. Hindenburg was the leading general in the East early in the war. He took overall command of the forces in the field later in the war. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1917. $20.00

 

 

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38-1702 COLOR POSTCARD - FOUR GENERATIONS - HOUSE - HOHENZOLLERN. This is an absolutely marvelous postcard that shows four generations of the House of Hohenzollern. The photo for the postcard predates 1888. To the far left we see Kronprinz Friedrich Wilhelm (Kaiser Wilhelm I’s son, who became Kaiser Friedrich III for approximately one-hundred-days in 1888, following his father’s death.) To the far left is Prinz Wilhelm, the Kronprinz’s eldest son, who in 1888 became Germany’s third and final Kaiser, Wilhelm II. Seated is Kaiser Wilhelm I. He is holding his great-grandson and the future (to his father Wilhelm II) Kronprinz Wilhelm. In this photo we see the only three Kaisers that Germany would have, along with four generations of the House of Hohenzollern. $20.00ONLY ONE LEFT!

 

 

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38-1703 COLOR POSTCARD - TWO HUNDRED YEARS - HOHENZOLLERNS (1701-1901). This color postcard shows the nine men who headed the House of Hohenzollern from 1701 to 1901. Each color photo shows the years that the seven men reigned. A message is written on the obverse. A small bend is in the upper left corner. The postcard was mailed in Berlin in 1901. $20.00

 

 

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38-2466 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in uniform. It features a reproduction of his signature. A bend appears in the postcard on the right side. It was mailed. $10.00  

 

 

 

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38-2467 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - ELDEST GRANDSON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his first grandson Wilhelm (1906-1940), the eldest son of Kaiser Wilhelm’s eldest son Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951). The young Prinz Wilhelm renounced his claim to the German throne and was killed in France during WW I. $20.00

 

 

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38-2468 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SON KRONPRINZ WILHELM - GRANDSON PRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), his son Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), and his grandson Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). The postcard is titled "Fünf Generationen." This is for the five generations represented with the background paintings of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s father Friedrich III (1831-1888) and his grandfather Wilhelm I (1897-1888). $20.00

 

 

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38-2469 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - YOUNG BOY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) as a young boy at the age of two. The postcard was mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2082 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in later years, while he was in exile at Haus Doorn. If you look carefully in the photo, he is wearing a boutonniere for the Orden Pour le Mérite with Oak Leaves. This is a modern-day postcard. $2.00

 

 

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38-2084 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in his later years. He is dressed in a suit. Across his chest is a reproduction signature. It is a modern-day postcard, sold at Haus Doorn’s gift shop. $2.00

 

 

 

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38-2100 FELDPOSTKARTE - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard was produced for soldiers in the field. An image of the Kaiser is on the left. Below that is a section where the sender states his unit. To the right is the address of the person receiving the card. On the reverse is the message, which is dated 1915. $10.00

 

 

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38-1704 POSTCARD - TWO HUNDRED YEARS - HOHENZOLLERNS (1701-1901). This postcard shows the nine men who headed the House of Hohenzollern from 1701

to 1901. $20.00

 

 

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38-1705 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - MOTHER’S DEATHBED. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II kneeling at his mother’s deathbed. On the wall overlooking her is a portrait of her husband, Kaiser Friedrich III. $20.00

 

 

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38-1706 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - MOTHER KAISERIN AND WIFE KAISERIN. This is a most interesting postcard. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II seated on a building’s steps with his brother, Prinz Heinrich. Standing in the last row is Wilhelm II’s mother and wife. Many other guests are present. The postcard was mailed in 1900. I have not seen many photos of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his mother. $20.00

 

 

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38-1707 POSTCARD - ROYAL COUPLES - HOUSE - HOHENZOLLERN - 1813 - 1913. This interesting postcard shows the royal couples of the House of Hohenzollern in 1813 and 1913. On the left is König Friedrich Wilhelm III and his wife, Königin Louisa. (She was very popular with the Prussian people). They ruled during the Napoleonic wars. To their right we see a large image of the Königin offering aide to Prussian soldiers during a battle. On the right is an image of Kaiser Wilhelm II (who was also König of Prussia) with his wife, Auguste Viktoria. The postcard has a slight bend in the lower left corner. The postcard was mailed in 1913 from Berlin. $20.00

 

 

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38-1708 COLOR POSTCARD - JUBILEE - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISERIN -1811-1911. This very attractive color postcard celebrates a 100-Year-Jubilee from 1811-1911. We see an embossed profile image of the Kaiser and Kaiserin. They are flanked by their Standards with the image’s frame. Above them is an elaborate display of laurel leaves with shields and a Hohenzollern Crown. $20.00

 

 

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38-1709 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II within a central oval on the postcard. He is flanked by the National Flag and the Kriegsflagge. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed as a Feldpostkarte. It shows a postmark for the Garde-Reserve-Division. It was mailed in 1915 from a man who served in the Garde-Reserve-Dragoner-Regiment. $20.00

 

 

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38-1710 CENTENNIAL POSTCARD (1813–1913) - PRUSSIA AND HER KINGS. This postcard salutes König Friedrich Wilhelm III and König (Kaiser) Wilhelm II. At the postcard’s top is a portrait of Friedrich Wilhelm III and several of his military commanders. Included are Fürst Blücher, Graf Gneisenau, and Graf von Scharnhorst. Below these images are two battle scenes from the Napoleonic Wars. Wilhelm II’s portrait is flanked by warships. $20.00

 

 

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38-1711 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is kneeling and praying. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1712 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II standing beside his horse. He has his head bowed. The postcard was mailed from Berlin in 1915. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1713 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform with a cloak draped over his shoulders. A brilliant red sky is behind him. $20.00

 

 

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38-1662 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is in a general’s feldgrau uniform. Draped over his shoulders is a sable-trimmed overcoat. He is wearing a pickelhaube with a canvas cover. The postcard was produced to benefit the German Red Cross. It was mailed in 1917. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1646 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KÜRAßIER’S DRESS UNIFORM. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform from a Küraßier-Regiment. He is bedecked with medals. The postcard was produced from a painting during WW I to benefit a veteran’s organization. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2200 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KRONPRINZ WILHELM VISITING TROOPS. This postcard shows the Kaiser, Crown Prince, and a large body of senior officers inspecting infantry at the front. The Kaiser’s banner appears behind the group of officials. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1917. $20.00

 

 

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38-2201 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows the Kaiser in uniform wearing a general’s pickelhaube with its canvas cover and a fur-collared overcoat over his uniform. It comes from a charcoal sketch. A reproduction of the Kaiser’s signature appears beneath his likeness. The postcard was mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2202 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in dress uniform. Below him are a 1914 Iron Cross and a patriotic poem. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2203 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform in the field. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2204 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II. He appears within a wreath with a Hohenzollern Crown. The legend reads "With God for King and Fatherland." It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $20.00

 

 

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38-2207 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his family. It includes all of the Kaiser and Kaiserin’s children and first two daughters-in-law. $20.00

 

 

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38-2321 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - THREE OLDEST GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard depicts Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), and their three oldest grandchildren, the sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954). In this pose, the Kaiser stands behind the seated Kaiserin, who holds their youngest grandson on her lap. $20.00

 

 

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38-2322 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE - THREE OLDEST GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), his daughter Viktoria Luise (1892-1980), and the three oldest sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951)and Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954). In this pose, the Kaiser and his daughter stand behind the Kaiserin, who holds the two youngest grandsons in her lap. $20.00

 

 

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38-2208 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF. This postcard shows the Kaisers of Germany and Austria in uniform. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1649 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is wearing an overcoat over his überrock. He also sports a general’s pickelhaube. The postcard was mailed in 1910. $20.00

 

 

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38-1650 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is in a general’s uniform. The postcard’s title is "Unser Kaiser in Felde mit des Eisernes Kreuz I und II Klasse (Our Kaiser in the Field with the Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class)." As you look at all the medals he is wearing, please note the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross. $20.00

 

 

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38-1651 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II in a Küraßier’s dress uniform. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was mailed during 1917 in Saxe-Altenburg. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-1653 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1654 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $20.00

 

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38-1655 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1656 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform. The postcard was issued for the benefit of the German Red Cross. $20.00

 

 

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38-1657 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a painting. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a general’s uniform. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1540 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II dressed as when he visited troops in the field. He is wearing a feldgrau uniform with an overcoat. He is also wearing a canvas cover over his pickelhaube. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1541 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND KRONPRINZ WILHELM LEADING TROOPS - BATTLE. This is a very stylized color postcard that comes from a painting. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm and his son, the Kronprinz, leading German troops into battle. The Crown Prince wears his usual Husaren uniform, complete with a Totenkopf-adorned busby. The postcard was mailed from Bavaria. $20.00

 

 

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38-1542 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM PRAYING - FIELD. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II standing beside his horse. His head is bowed. He is praying, holding his pickelhaube in his hand. The postcard was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. The location and date stamp on the reverse have partially bled through to the obverse. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1543 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - THREE GRANDSONS. This is a very touching postcard. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his three of his grandchildren. The Kaiser is dressed in a military uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1554 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II comes from a charcoal sketch. The Kaiser is in uniform. A reproduction signature appears at the bottom of the card. $15.00

 

 

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38-1557 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND KAISER FRANZ JOSEF. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiser Franz Josef in military uniforms.$15.00

 

 

 

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38-1566 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND FAMILY. This color postcard shows Prussia and Germany’s royal family. The Kaiser and Kaiserin are seen, along with all seven of their children. At this point, only two of their sons are married. Prinzessin Viktoria Luise and Prinz Joachim are still quite young. The reverse shows the postcard was mailed in 1906. $20.00

 

 

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38-1567 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND FAMILY. This postcard shows Prussia and Germany’s royal family. We can see the Kaiser and Kaiserin, their children and their respective husbands and wives. One of the brothers is unmarried at this time. All of the men are wearing assorted military uniforms. $20.00

 

 

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38-1473 POSTCARD - TWENTY-FIVE-YEARS REIGN - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard commemorates Kaiser Wilhelm II’s first twenty-five-years (1888-1913) on Germany’s throne. The central photo shows him as he looked in 1913. Five other smaller photos depict him from a young boy to a middle-aged man. The postcard was mailed in 1913. $20.00

 

 

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38-1474 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN. This is a WW I-era postcard showing Kaiser Wilhelm II with seven of his grandchildren. $15.00

 

 

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38-1883 KAISER WILHELM II - TROOPS - PARADE - BERLIN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II during a parade in Berlin. He is surrounded by soldiers from one or more of his Garde-Regiments on foot. Interestingly, the postcard, which has a message written on the reverse, was mailed from Berlin to Paris! $20.00

 

 

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38-1882 POSTCARD - TWO SONS - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard in which two of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons, along with several other senior officials, appear. A message is written on the reverse. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $15.00

 

 

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38-1878 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GROßADMIRAL’S UNIFORM. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II seated, in a Großadmiral’s uniform. He has many orders and decorations on his tunic. He holds a summer visor cap in his left hand. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-1499 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II, his wife, the Kaiserin, his seven children, their four spouses, and three grandchildren. The seven men are dressed in a variety of military uniforms. $20.00

 

 

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38-2538 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. The "family pose" shows the royal family at Prinz Wilhelm’s (1906-1940) christening. Prinz Wilhelm was the son of Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954). He was the Kaiser’s first grandchild. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2539 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. This particular "family pose" shows the royal family with all of the daughters-in-law and the one son-in-law. Several grandchildren are also present. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2540 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. This particular "family pose" shows the royal family with all of the daughters-in-law and the one son-in-law. Several grandchildren are also present. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2541 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SIX SONS - SON-IN-LAW. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his six sons, Princes Wilhelm, Eitel Friedrich, Adalbert, Oskar, August Wilhelm, and Joachim. Also, directly below the Kaiser is his son-in-law, Braunschweig’s Herzog Ernst August. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2542 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM - WIFE - CROWN PRINCE AND CROWN PRINCESS. This is a postcard variation that I have never offered you before. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his wife Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921), with Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954). It is an early-war pose. Both men are wearing Iron Crosses. The Crown Prince is wearing the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-949 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND FAMILY - FIRST GRANDSON’S CHRISTENING. This is a simply marvelous postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II at the christening of his first grandchild. This probably took place in 1904. The Kaiser is holding the child, with a minister standing nearby. The child’s father and mother, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie, are nearby. Crown Prince Wilhelm’s brothers are standing nearby, as is Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, Prinz Heinrich. The postcard was mailed in 1906. It has a message on the reverse. $20.00

 

 

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38-773 POSTCARD - THREE GENERATIONS - PRUSSIAN ROYALTY - KAISER WILHELM II - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This is a wonderful postcard showing three generations of Germany’s Kaisers (or rather, some Kaisers-to-be who never were). From the left we see Kaiser Wilhelm in the dress uniform of the Regiment der Garde du Korps, Prinz Friedrich von Preußen, and Kronprinz Wilhelm. The Kronprinz is dressed in the uniform of an Oberst à la Suite of 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. $20.00 

 

 

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38-775 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is seen in a Generalfeldmarschall’s frock coat. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1380 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - TWO GRANDCHILDREN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II with two of his grandchildren. He is in uniform. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1383 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - SIX SONS. This is a fascinating postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his six sons. The Kaiser, wearing a Küraßier’s uniform, is standing in the middle. Flanking him are his six sons. Prinz Adalbert is wearing a naval officer’s uniform. It appears that the other five sons (including Kronprinz Wilhelm) are wearing 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß uniforms. Each of the six men is identified in the photograph. $20.00

 

 

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38-1754 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II GREETING GENERAL von EMMICH. This is an interesting postcard which shows Kaiser Wilhelm II greeting General von Emmich. He was an early war hero for the advances through Belgium. While von Emmich is wearing a general’s pickelhaube, Kaiser Wilhelm II is in the uniform of an Ulan-Regiment and wears a tschapka. This meeting took place in Hannover. $20.00

 

 

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38-1385 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II STATUE- EXILE. This postcard depicts a very pensive Wilhelm II in exile. He has his head resting in one hand as he looks into the distance. The Hohenzollern Crown lies at his feet. Something is written on the reverse, but the postcard was never mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-876 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a Kaiser Wilhelm II postcard. He is wearing an overcoat (complete with fur collar) over his uniform. He is also wearing a canvas cover over his general’s pickelhaube. The card was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-877 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a Kaiser Wilhelm II postcard. He is wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform. A message appears below his image, along with his reproduced signature. The postcard was issued for the German Red Cross’s benefit. $15.00

 

 

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38-2128 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a generalfeldmarschall’s full dress uniform. The Kaiser’s reproduced signature and message appear below his image. The message is dated 26 August 1914 (WW I had just begun earlier that month). The postcard was issued for the German Red Cross’s benefit. $20.00

 

 

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38-2139 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GRANDCHILD/GREAT-GRANDCHILD. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm with either a grandchild or (more-likely) great-grandchild. The Kaiser is at an advanced age in his exile’s home, Haus Doorn. He is wearing a miniature Orden Pour le Mérite in his right breast pocket, as well as another decoration I cannot recognize. A message is written on the reverse. $20.00

 

 

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38-2129 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. A reproduction of his signature is seen at the postcard’s bottom. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-2130 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - PRAYS - GRAVE. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II praying, head bowed, at one of his fallen soldiers’ graves. The postcard has a message on the reverse. It was mailed from Hannover in 1915. $20.00

 

 

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38-2177 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - FLYING - AIRPLANE. This is an interesting Italian propaganda color postcard showing Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiser Franz Josef flying in an airplane. Wilhelm II is holding a bomb that he is about to drop. In the upper right corner is the sentence "Nel nome di Dio si erigono apportatori di civilta, spargendo la strage e la distruzione." (In the name of God, they set themselves up as bringers of civilization, spreading the carnage and destruction). Italy was NOT allied with Germany and Austria in WW I! $20.00

 

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38-2180 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM - SIX SONS - 1915. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his six sons during the year 1915. The Kaiser is flanked by his sons, Kronprinz Wilhelm, and the Prinzen Eitel Friedrich, August Wilhelm, Oskar, Joachim, and Adalbert. The seven men appear in a rectangular presentation superimposed over the 1915 date. Above and below that we see a zeppelin, an airplane, a warship, a U-Boot, artillery shelling, and an enemy fort. The reverse shows that the postcard was mailed in 1916. $20.00

 

 

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38-2133 COLOR POSTCARD - TWO-HUNDRED-YEARS - HOUSE HOHENZOLLERN. This postcard shows two-hundred-years of the House of Hohenzollern. It depicts the period from 1701 through 18 January 1901, beginning with König Friedrich I’s rule on through Kaiser Wilhelm II’s. Germania holds a crown over the two men. A message is written on the postcard’s front. It was mailed in 1901. $20.00

 

 

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38-878 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a Kaiser Wilhelm II postcard. He is wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform. A message appears below his image, along with his reproduced signature. The postcard was issued for the German Red Cross’s benefit. $15.00

 

 

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38-1159 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is wearing the uniform of a general under his great coat, which has a fur collar. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1160 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is wearing the uniform of a general under his great coat, which has a fur collar. This particular postcard was produced under the auspices of the German Red Cross. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2118 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - NAVAL UNIFORM. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II, dressed in a naval uniform. He is in Altona, which is a suburb of Hamburg today. He is walking in the garden of a palace or estate with a number of officials. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed to a woman in the U.S. in 1914! Interestingly, the postcard returned to Germany at some point, which was where I acquired it. $20.00

 

 

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38-2537 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and his family. The "family pose" shows the royal family at Prinz Wilhelm’s (1906-1940) christening. Prinz Wilhelm was the son of Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954). He was the Kaiser’s first grandchild. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-1162 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is in the uniform of a Generalfeldmarschall and has a great coat over his shoulders. He is wearing numerous decorations on his tunic. On his head he is wearing a pickelhaube with a canvas cover mounted on it. In his right hand he is holding a Generalfeldmarschall’s baton. $20.00

 

 

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38-1163 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a Generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. He is wearing a dress uniform complete with epaulettes. He is wearing neck orders, medal, Breast Stars, and a medal bar. Below his image is a message from him with a reproduction signature that is dated 26 August 1914. This is just three weeks after the war began. The card was produced under the authority of the German Red Cross. $20.00

 

 

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38-1145 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a feldgrau tunic. He is wearing a sword and a holster, and holding the Interim Generalfeldmarschall’s baton. He also wears the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross, along with many other decorations. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-1397 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FIVE CHANCELLORS - 1888-1913. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II during his 25th year of rule. He is surrounded by the five men who served him as chancellor during the twenty-five years. The most famous of these five men was Otto von Bismarck. Bismarck served all three German Kaisers. He was squeezed out of office by a young and headstrong Wilhelm II. $20.00

 

 

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38-1602 POSTCARD - THREE GENERATIONS - HOHENZOLLERNS. This is a very touching postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II, along with his son, the Crown Prince, and his eldest grandson. The latter would have been next-in-line for Germany’s throne had the monarchy survived. The postcard was mailed in 1912. $20.00

 

 

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38-1398 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - CHILDREN’S FAMILIES. This postcard shows the Kaiser and his wife in the center. Surrounding them are the families of their six sons and one daughter. Three of the princes had not yet married at the time of the photo. The photo was taken to celebrate Wilhelm’s first twenty-five years on the throne (1888-1913). On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed in 1913. $20.00

 

 

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38-1401 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - GRAVE SITE - FALLEN GERMAN SOLDIER. This is a color postcard that shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform holding his pickelhaube. He is standing with his head bowed at the grave of a German soldier who has fallen for Germany. The postcard was dedicated on the reverse in 1915, but never mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-1402 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a color postcard that depicts Kaiser Wilhelm in a general’s uniform. Below him is a smaller image that shows him looking on a battlefield while his troops advance. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-1147 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II from the chest up, wearing a tunic with a generalfeldmarschall’s shoulder boards. A reproduction of his signature appears at the postcard’s bottom. This particular example has been removed from an album. Glue remnants can be seen on the reverse. $17.00

 

 

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38-1357 POSTCARD - THREE GENERATIONS OF KAISERS. This postcard shows what represents three generations of Kaisers. The only problem is that two of the three never actually sat on Germany’s throne. With Kaiser Wilhelm II’s abdication in 1918, his son and grandson never assumed the throne. We see Kaiser Wilhelm II in the Regiment der Garde du Corps’ uniform. Kronprinz Wilhelm is wearing Küraßier-Regiment Nr 2's uniform, complete with küraß and officer’s gorget. The Kaiser’s grandson, Prinz Wilhelm (who appears to be about two-years-old), stands in the middle. $20.00

 

 

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38-1359 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - FAMILY. This is a great portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm II and his family. The photograph dates from about 1906. In addition to the Kaiser, we see his wife, the Kaiserin. All six sons are present (with four of the wives) and one of Kronprinz Wilhelm’s children. All of the men are in various army uniforms, except for Prinz Adalbert, who wears a Kaiserliche Marine uniform.$20.00

 

 

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38-1360 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm "in the field" during WW I. He is wearing a general’s uniform, and has a cover protecting his pickelhaube. A message from 1916 is written on the postcard’s reverse, but the postcard was never mailed. $20.00
 

 

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38-1362 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - OLDEST GRANDSON. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II with his oldest grandson, Prinz Wilhelm, Kronprinz Wilhelm’s son. It is an interesting pose. The Kaiser is in a tuxedo, with the youngster sitting on his lap. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1364 POSTCARD OF KAISER WILHELM II AND GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg together. The postcard was produced in 1915 for a Red Cross fund drive supported by the Kaiserin. The front has a reproduced signature and message. It was mailed in 1917. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1148 POSTCARD OF KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Kaiser Wilhelm II from the chest up, wearing a tunic with a generalfeldmarschall’s shoulder boards. A reproduction of his signature appears at the postcard’s bottom. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-897 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) in a generalfeldmarschall’s uniform. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-881 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a Kaiser Wilhelm II postcard. He is wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s uniform and pickelhaube. A message is written on its reverse. The postcard was mailed in 1902. $15.00

 

 

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38-1301 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This color postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in the Regiment der Garde du Corps (GdC) dress uniform. The most interesting item here is the black küraß Wilhelm is wearing. The GdC wore the special breastplates only once a year, for the Spring Parade. They were originally given to the regiment by the Russian Czar during the Napoleonic Wars. I have seen the same breastplate on display at Haus Doorn in the Netherlands. $25.00

 

 

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38-1068 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND GERMAN TROOPS - WAR READY. This is a color postcard featuring a small inset of Kaiser Wilhelm II flanked by German national flags. Below are German Army formations getting ready for war. The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

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38-1242 COLORIZED POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II AND GENERALFELDMARSCHALL von HINDENBURG. This is a color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm II and Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg chatting outdoors. It is a well known, popular image that was issued under the German Red Cross’s auspices. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-795 POSTCARD OF KAISER WILHELM II AND HIS GRANDCHILD. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and one of his grandchildren. The Kaiser is wearing the uniform of a hunting association. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-976 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - COMMEMORATING 25th ANNIVERSARY - KAISER. This postcard commemorates Kaiser Wilhelm II’s 25-years on Germany’s throne. $20.00

 

 

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38-977 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform. Below his image is a message dated 26 August 1914, along with a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was issued under the auspices of the German Red Cross. It was mailed in 1915. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-731 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II in a Küraßier’s dress uniform. He is wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s epaulettes. His uniform displays orders, decorations, breast stars, etc. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-732 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II. He is wearing a generalfeldmarschall’s shoulder boards. $20.00  

 

 

 

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38-373 CARTOON POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II. This is a cartoon that shows Belgium's King Albert I begging Kaiser Wilhelm II to return Lüttich (Liege) and Brussels to him. "Lieber Willi, gieb mir zurück Lüttich and Brüssel, (Dear Willi, Give me back Liege and Brussels)," to which the Kaiser replies, "Wart ein bissel! (Wait a minute)!"  It refers to Albert's attempts to broker any early peace (neither the Allies nor Germany were interested). The Kaiser is holding a sword and wearing a Garde du Corps helmet with the parade eagle. $10.00  

 

 

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38-972 POSTCARD - ASSEMBLED OFFICERS - BERLIN OR POTSDAM. This postcard shows a number of officers who are gathering before or after a parade in either Berlin or Potsdam. One officer is wearing a full-dress uniform, including the küraß and eagle-topped helmet, from the Regiment der Garde du Corps. The other officers appear to be from the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. Two carriages with ladies in them are also present. One of them appears to be Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. One can see liveried servants attending to the occupants of the carriages. $15.00

 

 

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38-1243 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and his wife, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, with their seven children (six sons and one daughter) and two of the sons’ wives. Kronprinzessin Cecilie is one of them.  A small piece of the picture in the lower left corner has been peeled away. $12.00

 

 

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38-2776 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - SALUTE TO GERMAN RED CROSS. This postcard has the title "An die deutschen Frauen!" (To the German women), which also was the title of the Kaiserin’s speech on 6 August 1918. It features a circular portrait of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria below a photo of a wartime German Red Cross ambulance. The speech’s text appears below the photos, calling on the women of Germany to do everything in their power to support their country and their men folk during the upcoming war. It emphasizes organizing charitable efforts and preparing gifts for the men at war. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2777 POSTCARD - AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - FIVE DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW - DAUGHTER. This postcard has the Kaiserin as the central figure. She is surrounded by five of her daughters-in-law and her only daughter Prinzessin Viktoria Luise. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2803 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria wearing a very stylish hat. Her signature is reproduced. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2804 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria wearing a very stylish hat and long black dress. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2806 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria wearing a long black dress with pearls. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2778 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the Kaiserin standing looking at a book. She sports an extremely long strand of pearls and is wearing a crown. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2779 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE. This is a formal portrait of the Kaiserin and her only daughter. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2780 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, and Prinzessin Viktoria Luise. They are walking down a street holding parasols to block the sun while a large number of officers salute them. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2781 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This pose shows the Kaiserin seated. Below her image is a quote from her speech to Germany’s women on 6 August 1914, when WW I began. It reads "Darum rufe ich euch, Deutsche Frauen und Jungfrauen und alle, denen es nicht vergönnt ist, für die geliebte Heimat zu kämpfen, zur Hilfe auf." (Therefore, I call you women and girls of Germany, and upon all to whom it is not given to fight for our beloved homeland, to help). The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2782 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows the royal mother and daughter in elegant, formal warm-weather attire. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2783 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the Kaiserin standing looking at a book. She is draped with an extremely long strand of pearls. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2784 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - VARIOUS LIFE STAGES. This postcard shows the Kaiserin as she looked in 1908. Four other photographs capture her in earlier times. She was born in 1858, so she was fifty-years-old in the central shot. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2646 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard represents a classic pose of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife. She is impeccably dressed and stands by a vase filled with flowers. She is wearing pearls around her neck and a crown on her head. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2647 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard represents a classic pose of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife. She is impeccably dressed and is seated. She is wearing pearls around her neck and a crown on her head. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2648 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - SON - PRINZ JOACHIM. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife. She is at Haus Doorn with her youngest son, Prinz Joachim’s only child, Prince Karl Franz. Joachim was the youngest of her seven children. He died by his own hand in 1920. His mother, who went into exile at Haus Doorn after WW I ended, died a year later in 1921. Karl Franz was born in 1916. Since he was only four-years-old when his father committed suicide, this photo may date to around that time. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2621 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - SIX DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW. This is a very attractive postcard which shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife and her six daughters-in-law. These seven women, along with the Kaiser’s only daughter Princess (later Duchess) Viktoria Luise, were the eight most popular royals in Germany. Postcards featuring any of them were highly-sought-after by the general population. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2688 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - PARADE GROUND. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria as she is being greeted by the officers and men of the Garde-Küraßier-Regiment. They are gathered at the parade field of the regiment. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2689 POSTCARD - FUNERAL - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. The Kaiserin died in 1921 while in exile in the Netherlands with her husband Kaiser Wilhelm II. Her remains were allowed to return to Germany where she was buried. This postcard shows the funeral procession for her in Berlin. Among the mourners seen here are Prinz Eitel Friedrich, Prinz Adalbert, Prinz Oskar, Prinz August Wilhelm, etc. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2690 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows a very stately Kaiserin. She is seated with a long strand of pearls around her neck. This postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2691 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - WOUNDED OFFICER. In this color postcard the Kaiserin is visiting a wounded officer in the hospital. She has presented him with a bunch of flowers. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1368 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - SIX DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW. This postcard shows the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria and the six wives of her sons. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $15.00

 

 

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38-1565 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria and Viktoria Luise. The postcard was mailed in 1910. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2021 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria standing near a window reading from a piece of paper. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2720 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - INFANT DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste and her baby girl, Princess Viktoria Luise. The postcard is dated 1893, the year after Viktoria Luise was born. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2598 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, fashionably dressed is a large hat with feathers and a long string of pearls. A German postage stamp on the obverse was cancelled in 1908. On the reverse we can see that the postcard was mailed to New York, NY. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2022 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria. She is wearing her crown and a Breast Star (probably a Black Eagle Breast Star) on a sash. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2524 POSTCARD - KAISERIN - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Kaiserin, Crown Princess, and young Prinz Wilhelm. He was the heir to the throne after his father, Crown Prince Wilhelm. The postcard was produced for the benefit of a charity founded by the Crown Princess. It was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2120 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard commemorates Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria and daughter-in-law Kronprinzessin Cecilie’s work with the German Red Cross. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2121 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA VISITING WOUNDED SAILORS - HOSPITAL. This postcard shows the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria as she visits wounded sailors in the hospital. We see several portrayals of her visiting various soldiers and sailors in hospitals. A message is written on the reverse (dated 1917), but the postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2480 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard is of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria and her only daughter, Princess Viktoria Luise. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2481 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - FLOWERS - GERMAN SOLDIER’S GRAVE. This color postcard, which comes from a painting, shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria laying flowers on a German soldier’s grave. Behind her are her son, Prinz Joachim, and her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Cecilie. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2482 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM II - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the Kaiser and Kaiserin. It is a pose of them when they were quite young. The postcard is in the older style, where a message was written on the obverse and the address was on the reverse. The postcard has suffered some bending. $10.00

 

 

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38-2483 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - MAYOR - AUSTRIAN CITY. This is a postcard where Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria is meeting the mayor of an Austrian city. She is surrounded by a number of Austrian generals and officials. $15.00

 

 

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38-2484 POSTCARD - FUNERAL - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the funeral parade of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria in 1921. $15.00

 

 

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38-2407 POSTCARD - FUNERAL PROCESSION - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the funeral procession for Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife. She went with Wilhelm II into exile at Haus Doorn at WW I’s end. She died in 1921. Her body was allowed to return to Berlin for burial, but the Kaiser was not. In the procession we see Generalfeldmarschalls von Hindenburg and von Mackensen, Großadmiral von Tirpitz, General der Infanterie Ludendorff, and Generloberst von Kluck. $20.00

 

 

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38-2122 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - FLOWERS - FALLEN SOLDIER’S GRAVE. This color postcard shows the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria laying flowers on a fallen soldier’s grave. The scene is taken from a painting. While their likeness is not especially realistic, it appears that Crown Princess Cecilie and her husband, Crown Prince Wilhelm, are in the background. $15.00

 

 

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38-2123 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria with a large bunch of flowers. A reproduction of her signature, dated 1912, appears below her image. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2323 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows a sketch of a serene Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). She is wearing a tiara. The postcard comes from a charitable series produced in 1916. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2324 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE. In this postcard we see Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) and her only daughter, Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). Prinzessin Viktoria Luise married Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig in 1913. It was the last major royal marriage in which European royalty assembled before the WW I began. The reverse reveals the postcard was mailed in 1910. The young princess was eighteen-years-old when photographed. Both are fashionably dressed and bedecked with jewelry. $15.00

 

 

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38-2325 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE. In this postcard we see Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) and her only daughter, Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). Prinzessin Viktoria Luise married Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig in 1913. It was the last major royal marriage in which European royalty assembled before the WW I began. While the photo is not dated, it is likely that the young princess was ten-to-twelve years-old. The princess holds a floral nosegay and wears a very broad-brimmed hat, with a feather plume peeking out. The Kaiserin is decked out in fine jewelry and a fur stole. $15.00

 

 

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38-2472 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - SIX DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW. This postcard shows the Empress Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) and the six women who were her daughters-in-law. The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

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38-2473 POSTCARD OF KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA EXITING A BUILDING. This postcard is captioned "Der Besuch I. M. der Kaiserin in Bethel 1917" (The visit of the Empress in Bethel in 1917). It features the Kaiserin exiting a building. We think the person behind her in the pickelhaube is Kaiser Wilhelm II. The young man beside her is wearing an EK 2. Behind him may be Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg. $15.00

 

 

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38-2326 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) with her daughter-in-law, Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954), holding Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s eldest son. The postcard was produced for one of Cecilie’s supported charities. It has a reproduction of her signature on the obverse. The reverse is stamped for the organization. $15.00

 

 

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38-2125 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria wearing a very stylish black dress. She is also wearing one of the largest hats from the period that I have ever seen! $15.00

 

 

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38-2023 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria with her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Cecilie, and four of her grandchildren. $15.00

 

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38-2024 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - ONE CHILD. This postcard shows the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria with her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Cecilie, and one of Cecilie’s children. The postcard was produced for one of the charities Cecilie supported. $15.00

 

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38-1372 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria and her only daughter, Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (I am told in Germany she was referred to as Vikki Lou). $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1374 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - VARIOUS STAGES - LIFE. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) as she looked in 1908. The larger central cameo photograph is surrounded by four other smaller photographs showing her as a younger woman. $15.00

 

 

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38-749 COLORIZED POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This colorized postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s first wife. She has her arms around two young children. She is called "Landesmutter (Mother of the Country)." $10.00
 

 

 

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38-2220 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - WOUNDED OFFICER - HOSPITAL. This color postcard shows the Kaiserin as she visits a wounded officer in the hospital. She is handing him a bunch of flowers. It is titled "Des Volkes Dank ist euch Gewiss!" (The people’s thanks is certain to you!). $15.00

 

 

 

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38-898 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Germany’s Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). She is a regal-looking woman, wearing a crown. When her husband Wilhelm II abdicated his throne, she joined him in exile at Haus Doorn in the Netherlands, where she died. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2440 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - TWO OLDEST SONS. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921) and Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954), along with the Kronprinzessin’s two eldest sons, emerging from one of their castles. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-899 POSTCARD OF KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Germany’s Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria (1858-1921). She is a regal-looking woman, wearing a fashionable hat and a fur. When her husband Wilhelm II abdicated his throne, she joined him in exile at Haus Doorn in the Netherlands, where she died. $20.00


 

 

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38-1066 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA VISITING WOUNDED OFFICER. This postcard shows Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria visiting a wounded officer in a hospital. She is giving him flowers. He is from Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr 1. (We can discern this from his shoulder boards). The regiment, along with the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß, was one of the two most elite infantry regiments in the Prussian Army. The regiment was founded in 1814. Its Regimental Chef was Tsar (Kaiser) Alexander of Russia. $15.00

 

 

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38-1865 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This card, which is in color, shows the Kaiserin in a very regal pose. A small bend is in the upper left corner. A reproduction of her signature is at the bottom. $12.00
 

 

 

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38-1866 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This card, which is in color, shows the Kaiserin in a very regal pose. This postcard was mailed in 1910 $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1867 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This card, which is in color, shows the Kaiserin in a very regal pose. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1868 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This card, which is in color, shows the Kaiserin in a very regal pose. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1869 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA-DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife and their only daughter. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1870 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - PRINZ JOACHIM. This postcard shows Empress Auguste Viktoria and two of her children, Viktoria Luise and Joachim. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1871 POSTCARD - EMPRESS AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - ONE GRANDCHILD. This postcard shows the former Kaiserin at Haus Doorn with her grandson. This child was the son of her son, Prinz Joachim. She died later in 1921. Joachim killed himself prior to his mother’s death. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2182 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the Kaiserin arriving at a large building (possibly a castle) in a carriage. She is with a woman whose face I cannot decipher. The postcard’s lower left corner displays an embossed sign for a Wiesbaden firm, which I presume produced the postcard. $15.00

 

 

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38-1756 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s wife, the Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria. This pose comes from a charcoal sketch. She is seen with her hair up and wearing her crown as Empress. This postcard was mailed in 1917 from Stuttgart. Some of the cancellation has bled through to the obverse. $12.00

 

 

 

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38-2209 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This is a postcard that depicts Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria. A reproduction of her signature appears below her likeness. A news clipping from January 1914 about her appears on the reverse. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2210 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA - DAUGHTER VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard presents the Kaiserin and her only daughter. A note on the reverse dates this to 1906. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1254 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTE VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin, Auguste Viktoria. She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s first wife. She was very popular in Imperial Germany. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-302 COLORIZED POSTCARD - AUGUSTA VIKTORIA KAISERIN - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta, the wife of Wilhelm II of Prussia. She was married to him in 1881 and produced six sons and one daughter. She died at Haus Doorn in 1921, while in exile with her husband. $10.00  
 

 

 

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38-1663 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA-VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. It is a wonderful pose. In addition to a massive hat, she is wearing a sash across her gown. It displays a number of orders and decorations, including a Black Eagle Breast Star! $20.00
 

 

 

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38-934 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA AND SIX SONS. This postcard shows the Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria and her six sons. The portrait comes from the WW I years. $20.00

 

 

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38-1228 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA’S FUNERAL CORTEGE - NEAR NEU PALAIS - BERLIN. This postcard shows the funeral procession of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria (1858-1921). Augusta Viktoria was a princess of Schleswig-Holstein, who married Kronprinz Wilhelm (later Kaiser Wilhelm II) in 1881. She bore him six sons and one daughter. She was always faithful and loyal to him. She accompanied Wilhelm II into exile in the Netherlands, where she lived the final years of her life in failing health. Her wheelchair is still preserved in her bedroom today at Haus Doorn. After her death in April 1921, her body was returned to Germany. She was buried at the Neues Palais. On this card the funeral procession can be seen, along with her draped casket. $15.00

 

 

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38-1235 "DEATH" POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This postcard is a "death card" of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria (1858-1921). Augusta Viktoria was a princess of Schleswig-Holstein, who married Kronprinz Wilhelm (later Kaiser Wilhelm II) in 1881. She bore him six sons and one daughter. She was always faithful and loyal to him. She accompanied Wilhelm II into exile in the Netherlands, where she lived the final years of her life in failing health. Her wheelchair is still preserved in her bedroom today at Haus Doorn. After her death in April 1921, her body was returned to Germany. She was buried at the Neues Palais. On this card, she is wearing a black dress with pearls. Her name is flanked by crosses, indicating her demise. $15.00

 

 

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38-1237 MAUSOLEUM - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA - NEU PALAIS - BERLIN. This postcard shows the funeral procession of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria (1858-1921). Augusta Viktoria was a princess of Schleswig-Holstein, who married Kronprinz Wilhelm (later Kaiser Wilhelm II) in 1881. She bore him six sons and one daughter. She was always faithful and loyal to him. She accompanied Wilhelm II into exile in the Netherlands, where she lived the final years of her life in failing health. Her wheelchair is still preserved in her bedroom today at Haus Doorn. After her death in April 1921, her body was returned to Germany. She was buried at the Neues Palais. This postcard displays the Kaiserin’s final resting place at the Neues Palais. Her small oval portrait photo gazes out from its inset point in the card’s upper left corner. $15.00

 

 

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38-1240 DEATH POEM - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This postcard features a death poem dedicated to Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria (1858-1921). Augusta Viktoria was a princess of Schleswig-Holstein, who married Kronprinz Wilhelm (later Kaiser Wilhelm II) in 1881. She bore him six sons and one daughter. She was always faithful and loyal to him. She accompanied Wilhelm II into exile in the Netherlands, where she lived the final years of her life in failing health. Her wheelchair is still preserved in her bedroom today at Haus Doorn. After her death in April 1921, her body was returned to Germany. She was buried at the Neues Palais. $10.00

 

 

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38-1967 MOURNING/DEATH CARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This postcard is the mourning or death card of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. The postcard features a black oval around her. Below her name is her death date 11 April 1921. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1968 MOURNING/DEATH CARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria at Haus Doorn. Please note that she is in a wheelchair. This and other special accommodations were made for her at her exile home. This very wheel chair appears in her bedroom today. Her death date, 11 April 1921, is noted. $15.00

 

 

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38-1969 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. The postcard was mailed in 1903. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1970 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria as she reads a book. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1971 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria as she reads a book. She is wearing her crown. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1972 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. The pose comes from a lithograph. She is wearing her crown. The postcard was mailed in 1916 for the German Red Cross’s benefit. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2019 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows the Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria seated at a desk. On the desk is a framed photograph of her husband, Kaiser Wilhelm II. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1973 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria and her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Cecilie. They are standing together in the garden. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1974 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - HOSPITAL. This is a postcard of Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria and her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Cecilie. They are standing together in the garden, greeting medical staff at a military hospital. $15.00

 

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38-2080 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISERIN HERMINE - SECOND WIFE - KAISER WILHELM II. Kaiserin Hermine (1887-1947) was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second wife. She joined the Kaiser in exile, having previously been a Princess of Reuss. In this pose she is wearing a tiara and the Order of the Black Eagle on a sash. It is a modern-day postcard, sold at Haus Doorn’s gift shop. $2.00

 

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38-2079 COLOR POSTCARD - HAUS (HUIS) DOORN. This is a color postcard of Haus Doorn in the Netherlands. It was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s place of exile. While it is a comfortable estate, it was nowhere near the level of luxury of his German dwellings. His first wife, Augusta Viktoria, died here and was returned to Germany for burial. Wilhelm II died in 1941 and is buried on the grounds. The house is operated by the Dutch government and tours are offered to the public. This is a modern-day postcard. $2.00

 

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38-2101 POSTCARD - SCHLOß CHARLOTTENBURG - NATIONAL MONUMENT. This postcard shows us the Palace Charlottenburg and the national monument. $15.00

 

 

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38-2103 COLOR POSTCARD - BURG HOHENZOLLERN. This is a color postcard of the Burg Hohenzollern. This was the Hohenzollern family’s ancestral home, even though it was located in Baden. The postcard was mailed in 1915 as a Feldpostkarte. $15.00

 

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38-2085 COLOR POSTCARD - CASTLE CHARLOTTENBURG - BERLIN. This is a color postcard of the Schloß Charlottenburg in Berlin. It was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s principal residences. This is a modern-day postcard. $2.00


 

 

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