Der Rittmeister Militaria, LLC Imperial German Merchandise: Postcards of Imperial German Royalty and Nobility - Earlier Kings & Kaisers (König Friedrich II der Große, Kaiser Wilhelm I, etc.), Kaiser Wilhelm II's extended family (Kronprinz Wilhelm, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, Prinzessin Viktoria Luise, etc.) Royalty & Nobility from the Kingdoms of Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony, Württemberg, Grand Duchies, Duchies, and Principalities), Central Powers Royalty and Nobility (Austria/Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania), Allied Powers (Great Britain, France, Russia).   Updated on 10 May 2017.
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Kaiser Wilhelm I

 

45-139 POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM I REVIEWING HIS TROOPS AFTER THE FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR’S END. This postcard shows German troops marching before their Emperor in Berlin. They are carrying French Regimental Standards, topped by the legendary French Eagles, which Napoleon I had instituted during the early Napoleonic Wars. The postcard was mailed from Berlin to Philadelphia in 1911, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Franco-Prussian War’s end. $15.00
 

 

 

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45-255 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA - GERMANY. This postcard shows Kaiserin Augusta of Germany, previously Königin of Prussia. She was Kaiser Wilhelm I’s wife and Kaiser Wilhelm II’s grandmother. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1064 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM I MONUMENT - METZ. This is a color postcard of the Kaiser Wilhelm I monument located in Metz. It shows Germany’s first Kaiser on a horse. The monument is located in a park near a lake or river. $10.00

 

 

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38-2599 POSTCARD - MONUMENT - KAISER WILHELM I. This is a very large and ornate monument of Kaiser Wilhelm I, located in Hildesheim. The monument shows Kaiser Wilhelm I mounted on a horse, wearing the helmet and uniform of the Regiment der Garde du Corps. In his right hand he holds a Generalfeldmarschall’s baton. Below him, standing on the ground, is Germania, the mythical patron and protector of Germany against France. She holds high in her left hand Germany’s crown. Under Wilhelm’s foot is a dragon that he has slain, much like Saint George or the Archangel Michael. The postcard just oozes symbolism and the might of Germany’s first Kaiser. On the postcard’s reverse is a written message. The postcard was mailed in August 1907. $15.00

 

 

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38-553 COLORIZED POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM I MONUMENT - BERLIN. This colorized postcard shows a painting or sketch of the Kaiser Wilhelm I monument and surrounding area in Berlin. This is a Feldpostkarte from a Machine Gun Abteilung that was mailed in June 1918. $5.00  

 

 

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45-45 COLOR POSTCARD KÖNIG WILHELM I - TSAR ALEXANDER II AND NAPOLEON III. This is a color postcard that was produced by a hotel for their guests. It was the hotel and restaurant Dierlamm in Stuttgart. The obverse depicts a color painting of Wilhelm I, Russia’s Alexander II, and France’s Napoleon III riding together in front of a large body of troops in 1857. The postcard was mailed in 1909. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2110 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM I. This is a fine color postcard of Kaiser Wilhelm I. It commemorates the 100th anniversary of his birth (1797-1897). To the left, Wilhelm I appears in a Küraßier’s uniform. To the right, we see his place in Berlin. $15.00

 

 

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38-2112 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER WILHELM I - CELEBRATION - 1871 - VICTORY - FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR. This is a most interesting color postcard. It shows the victory parade held in Berlin following the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War. If you look closely, you will see Kaiser Wilhelm I, Otto von Bismarck, and Kronprinz Friedrich Wilhelm (later Kaiser Friedrich III). The postcard has a message written on the obverse. (Many early postcards only had space for the address on the reverse). On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed in 1900. $20.00

 

 

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Kaiser Friedrich III

 

38-1396 POSTCARD COMMEMORATING KAISER FRIEDRICH III’S DEATH. Kaiser Friedrich III was Germany’s second Kaiser. The son of Kaiser Wilhelm I and the father of Kaiser Wilhelm II, he died after sitting on the German throne for less than one-hundred-days. He died on 15 June 1888. A fine image of him appears on the obverse. $15.00

 

 

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38-2217 MEMORIAL POSTCARD FOR KAISER FRIEDRICH III'S WIFE KAISERIN VICTORIA. This postcard is for the memory of Kaiser Friedrich II’s wife (Wilhelm II’s mother), Victoria, who died in 1901. He died of cancer in 1888. The photograph shows his marble effigy in his mausoleum. It is titled "Zur Erinnerung an die Beisetzung Ihrer hochseligen Majestät Kaiser in Friedrich im Mausoleum der Friedenskirche zu Potsdam" (In Memory of our highly blessed Majesty Empress Frederick’s Burial in the Peace Church Mausoleum at Potsdam). A message is written on the obverse. The reverse has an address and a postage stamp. The cancellation stamp is marked 1901. $15.00

 

 

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38-2623 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER FRIEDRICH III MEMORIAL. This is a color postcard of the Denkmal (Memorial) Kaiser Friedrich, which was located in Berlin. (It was destroyed in World War II). The card was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916. $15.00

 

 

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38-2104 POSTCARD - MAUSOLEUM- KAISER FRIEDRICH III AND HIS WIFE KAISERIN VICTORIA. This postcard shows the final resting place of Kaiser Friedrich III and his wife, Kaiserin Victoria. A beautiful marble likeness of the royal couple can be seen as they lie in repose. $15.00

 

 

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38-2176 COLOR POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE FRIEDRICH WILHELM - BATTLE OF WORTH. Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm was Kaiser Wilhelm I’s son, and Kaiser Wilhelm II’s father. Friedrich Wilhelm became Kaiser Friedrich III. He sat on Germany’s throne for 99 days and was known in Germany as the "99-Day-Kaiser." Friedrich Wilhelm was a very able military commander during the 1864 Danish-Prussian War, 1866 Austro-Prussian War, and the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War. The color postcard depicts him mounted, riding among his troops after the Battle of Worth. It took place on 6 August 1870. If you look to the right, you will see one German soldier holding a French regiment’s colors. During these wars, as well as the earlier Napoleonic Wars, the capture of regimental colors was a big event. $15.00

 

 

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38-2308 POSTCARD - KAISERIN FRIEDRICH (VICTORIA). The Kaiserin Friedrich (1840-1901), as she was known after her husband, Kaiser Friedrich III’s [1831-1888] death, was Queen Victoria’s only daughter and namesake, Victoria. A Princess Royal of England, she married Friedrich when he was Prussia’s Kronprinz. Upon his father Wilhelm I’s death, Friedrich III assumed the throne for a mere ninety-nine days before he also died. He was succeeded by his eldest son, who became Kaiser Wilhelm II. This postcard, which has a message written on its obverse, depicts the Kaiserin. The postcard was mailed in 1901, her death year. $15.00

 

 

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König Frederick the Great

 

38-2409 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FREDERICK - GREAT - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the first important Prussian King, Frederick the Great. He led Prussia from a little-known German state to a recognized power in Europe. He is seen from the chest up (wearing his tricorn cap) in a charcoal sketch that is signed by the artist. $15.00

 

 

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38-2652 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH der GROßE. This is a fine color postcard of König Friedrich II der Große (Frederick the Great, 1712-1786. He was the first of Prussia’s truly illustrious kings. He led his Kingdom through a critical 18th Century’s period (1740-1786). During his reign, he built the Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam, and also founded the Orden Pour le Mérite. This pose of "Der alte Fritz" comes from a painting by Anton Graf, done when Friedrich was sixty-eight-years-old (1772). He is wearing a Black Eagle Breast Star on his tunic. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2653 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH der GROßE. This postcard shows Friedrich the Great (1712-1786). It comes from a charcoal sketch. He is in uniform, complete with a Black Eagle Breast Star. The postcard was not mailed. Its top edge is slightly foxed. $15.00


 

 

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38-2654 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH der GROßE. This interesting postcard shows Prussia’s famous King Frederick the Great (1712-1786) standing on the rear steps of legendary castle Sanssouci, which he built during his reign (1740-1786). The castle remains open in Potsdam today. It is one of the most impressive and beautiful in all Germany. Friedrich is flanked by two of his beloved dogs. Below him is the caption "Der alte Fritz in Sanssouci." The postcard was mailed from Potsdam in 1938. Its postage stamp bears the image of the by-then-defunct Weimar Republic’s late President, Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg, who had died in 1934. $15.00

 

 

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38-2464 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FREDERICK THE GREAT - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of King Frederick the Great of Prussia (1719-1786). The pose comes from a well-known painting. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2091 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG FREDERICK DER GROßE. This is a color postcard of Frederick the Great, arguably the best-known Prussian King. He is shown seated and working on papers. He has a Breast Star on his coat. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2092 POSTCARD - BERLIN MONUMENT - KÖNIG FREDERICK DER GROßE. This is a postcard of the monument in Berlin to Frederick the Great, arguably the best-known Prussian King. In the upper left corner the ink for the reverse’s cancellation has bled-through. The postcard was mailed in 1911. $8.00

 

 

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König Friedrich Wilhelm III and Königin Luise

 

38-2115 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH WILHELM III - WIFE KÖNIGIN LUISE - SENIOR MILITARY COMMANDERS. This postcard shows König Friedrich Wilhelm III and his wife, the Königin Luise. Friedrich Wilhelm III ruled Prussia during the Napoleonic Wars. Luise was a favorite of Prussia during her reign, and long after. She continued to rank in popularity up with Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria and Kronprinzessin Cecilie during Kaiser Wilhelm II’s reign. Along with the royal couple, we see many major military commanders, including Blücher. $15.00

 

 

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38-2116 POSTCARD - ONE-HUNDRED-YEARS - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH WILHELM III - KÖNIGIN LUISE. This postcard shows Königin Luise, König Friedrich Wilhelm III’s wife. She was much-beloved by Prussia’s people. $15.00

 

 

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38-2094 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIGIN LUISE - TWO SONS. Luise was the Queen of Prussia and wife of König Friedrich Wilhelm III. He was the King of Prussia during the Napoleonic Wars. Luise was a beautiful woman and remained a favorite of the people long after she was dead. She is seen here with her two sons. The older became King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. He was replaced by the younger lad , who became König and Kaiser Wilhelm I. it comes from a painting. It is on the grounds of Sanssouci in Potsdam. This is among my favorite German castles, not so much for what is inside but for its grounds. $15.00

 

 

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38-2096  POSTCARD - KÖNIGIN LUISE. Luise was the Queen of Prussia and wife of König Friedrich Wilhelm III. He was the King of Prussia during the Napoleonic Wars. Luise was a beautiful woman and remained a favorite of the people long after she was dead. $15.00
 

 

 

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König Friedrich Wilhelm IV and Königin Elisabeth

 

45-254 POSTCARD - KÖNIGIN ELISABETH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Queen Elisabeth of Prussia. She came from Bavaria and was King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia’s wife. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kronprinz Wilhelm,  Kronprinzessin Cecilie, & Their Children

 

38-1550 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. Kronprinz Wilhelm is dressed for leisure and is not in uniform. The Crown Princess is as jaunty looking as ever. The postcard was mailed in 1904. $12.00

 

 

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38-1551 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard is titled “Unser Kronprinzenpaar (Our Crown Prince and Princess Couple).” The Crown Prince is in the uniform of the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. The postcard was mailed in 1905. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-36 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM MOUNTED - DRESSED AS HUNGARIAN HUSSAR. This postcard shows Germany’s Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951). He is mounted on a horse and wearing a Hungarian Hussar officer’s uniform. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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45-125 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND SON. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm with one of his young sons. He is dressed in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-37 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) with his wife the Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954). He is dressed in his "home" (1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1) regiment’s uniform. He appeared in this regiment’s uniform more often than any other, even well after the empire fell. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-39 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AND KRONPRINZESSIN WITH FIRST GRANDCHILD. This postcard shows the Kaiserin and her daughter-in-law, Crown Princess Cecilie. Cecilie holds her first son, Prinz Wilhelm, while the proud grandmother looks on. The postcard was produced for one of Cecilie’s charities’ benefit. A reproduction of her signature is at the bottom of the postcard. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-40 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM VISITING SOLDIERS AND PUBLIC. This postcard shows the Crown Prince (1882-1951) with several of his officers. Women also appear, so this photograph was NOT taken at the Front. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-41 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince (1882-1951). He is in uniform walking by himself. This was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-42 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND STAFF OFFICERS. This postcard shows the Crown Prince in a conference with his staff officers. Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951)was an Armee commander. This was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-43 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE AND CROWN PRINCESS. This postcard shows a rather young Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951), with his wife Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954) seated on some steps. The young Crown Prince is uncharacteristically dressed in a suit. She is identified as the Duchess (Herzogin) from Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The caption also mentions they are at Gelbensande. It was the location of the Jagdschloss Gelbensande (Gelbensande Hunting Castle), which had been erected between 1880 and 1885 as a summer residence for Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III (her father). Young Wilhelm proposed to the Duchess at the Jagdschloss, so it is quite probable this photo was taken shortly after his proposal. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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45-124 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the royal couple as they emerge from a building. The photograph is from early in their marriage. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-44 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE AND CROWN PRINCESS. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) and his wife, Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954). They are seated in a study, with a stern Hussar officer looking on from a photograph on the desk. (It may be of Cecilie’s uncle, Duke John Albert of Mecklenburg, who served as regent for Cecilie’s brother after their father’s death in 1897). Since the couple are wearing the same outfits as Postcard 45-43, the photo was probably taken at the Jagdschloss Gelbensande, where they became engaged. (It is dated 1904 on the back. They were married in June 1905). The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 


 

 

 

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38-1622 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE AND CROWN PRINCESS - GERMANY. This postcard shows the royal couple. He is wearing a pith helmet. She is holding a camera. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1623 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE AND CROWN PRINCESS - GERMANY. This is a postcard of the royal couple. He is in civilian garb, with a hat on the steps behind him. The pose probably comes from before WW I. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1562 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The Crown Prince is in the dress uniform of a major from 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. The postcard was mailed in 1908. $15.00

 

 

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38-1578 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - UNIFORM - 1. LEIB-HUSAREN-REGIMENT Nr 1. This is a very fine postcard that shows the Crown Prince in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform. He was photographed in this regiment’s uniform more often than any other with which he was involved. Here, he is wearing the regiment’s classic attila. Around his neck he wears the House of Hohenzollern’s Collar. The regiment’s Schirmmütze is cocked at a jaunty angle on his head. A Totenkopf appears between the state and reich’s kokarden on the Schirmmütze’s front, which was emblematic of the regiment and her sister unit, 2. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 2. $15.00

 

 

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45-176 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard depicts a very young Crown Prince and Princess. It certainly is an early shot of them as a couple. He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform, complete with a medal bar and an Order of the Black Eagle Breast Star. The postcard has not been mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-178 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard depicts a very young Crown Prince and Princess. They are both in casual clothing. He is wearing a pith helmet. The postcard is dated 1911 and was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-179 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard depicts a very young Crown Prince and Princess. They are both in casual clothing. She is seated on a bench in front of a building. He is holding a staff and she has a dog. The postcard is dated 1906 and was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

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45-181 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM IN KÜRAßIER-REGIMENT Nr 2's UNIFORM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Crown Prince in Küraßier-Regiment Königin (Pommersches) Nr 2's full dress uniform. (His mother, the Kaiserin, was that regiment’s Regimental Chef). He has his küraß (breastplate) in place. [Please Note: his Breast Star is actually mounted to the breastplate. It probably is a screwback, attached to the küraß from behind]. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-182 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM MOUNTED DURING PARADE, This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm mounted on a horse during a parade. He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s full dress uniform, complete with a pickelhaube and Bataillon Nr 1's white parade bush. His sword is drawn as he offers a salute. If you look closely behind him, a regiment member is wearing a mitre. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-185 POSTCARD - A VERY YOUNG KRONPRINZ WILHELM, This postcard shows a very young Kronprinz mounted on a horse. While I cannot be certain, I have a hunch that the photograph was taken at Potsdam’s Castle Sanssouci, which was built by König Friedrich der Große. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-186 POSTCARD - A VERY YOUNG KRONPRINZ WILHELM PLAYING WITH HIS SISTER PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows the young Kronprinz kneeling beside his sister. He is wearing a sailor suit. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1582 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. Wilhelm is wearing a 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1 litewka. He is also wearing that regiment’s visor cap. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2099 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm (Friedrich Wilhelm). It shows him and his palace (Marmor Palais) in Potsdam in 1900. A message is written on the obverse. The postcard was mailed to Berlin. $15.00

 

 

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38-2190 THREE ELDEST SONS - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm’s three eldest sons. Prince Wilhelm (far left), the eldest son, was killed in 1940 while serving with the German Army in France during WW II. $15.00

 

 

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38-2191 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM. This postcard of the Crown Prince comes from a charcoal sketch. A reproduction of his signature is below his likeness. A newspaper clipping regarding the Crown Prince is attached to the reverse. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2192 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince from the neck up. He is wearing the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's Schirmmütze. A reproduction of his signature appears under his likeness. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. The postage mark has partially bled through to the obverse. $12.00

 

 

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38-2193 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - ELDEST SON PRINCE WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince with his oldest son, Prince Wilhelm. $15.00

 

 

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38-2194 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This color postcard shows the Crown Prince in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform. Behind him troops from the regiment are saluting him. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in November 1914. $15.00

 

 

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38-2436 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch of Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951). He is wearing 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's attila. He is also wearing that regiment’s Schirmmütze, complete with its Totenkopf. The postcard was published to collect funds to support blinded soldiers from the army and the fleet. It was mailed in 1915 as a Feldpostkarte from the Garde-Ersatz-Division. $15.00

 

 

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38-2437 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) and Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) standing outside a building. Wilhelm is wearing 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's M-1915 litewka, complete with its Totenkopf-bedecked Schirmmütze. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $15.00

 

 

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38-2439 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. In this postcard the royal couple is seen in an indoor setting with a large group of military and civilian dignitaries. The caption reads "Eröffnungsfeier der internationalen Sportausstellung in Berlin: In der Mitte das Kronprinzenpaar" (Opening ceremony of the international sports exhibition in Berlin: In the middle are the Crown Prince and Princess). The picture has been glued to the front of a postcard that was issued with a postage stamp printed onto it. $5.00

 

 

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38-2195 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This color postcard shows the Crown Prince in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform. Over his attila is an overcoat. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2196 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and his four sons. The postcard was mailed in 1913. A typewritten message is on the reverse. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1796 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinz Wilhelm is seen in the uniform of 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. He is holding a bunny. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1151 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a color postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. He is in a general’s feldgrau uniform. He is wearing a PLM at his neck and an Iron Cross 1st Class on his tunic. He is also wearing the ribbon of the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class in his tunic’s buttonhole. Below his image we see "Unser Kronprinz." The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1152 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a color postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. He is in an officer’s feldgrau attila from1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. He is wearing a Commander’s Cross of the Hohenzollern House Order at his neck. He is also wearing a Breast Star of the Back Eagle. The postcard was mailed, although I cannot make out the date. $15.00

 

 

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38-1153 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a color postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. He is in a general’s feldgrau uniform. He is wearing a PLM at his neck and an Iron Cross 1st Class on his tunic. He is also wearing the ribbon of the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class in his tunic’s buttonhole. Below his image we see "Unser Kronprinz." The postcard was mailed from Potsdam to Kiel in 1915. A small pin hole appears in the margin at the top where the card was tacked to a wall, etc. The card has a fold or a bend in the middle. $10.00

 

 

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38-1155 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a color postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. He is in a general’s feldgrau uniform and wearing a visor cap. He is wearing a great coat over his tunic. One can see the red lapels of that garment. He is wearing a PLM at his neck. He is also wearing a 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class ribbon in his tunic’s buttonhole. A reproduction of his signature appears below his image. This card has a message written on the reverse. It was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

 

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38-2135 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - FELDGRAU UNIFORM - TOTENKOPF REGIMENT. This color postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's feldgrau uniform. His cap displays the regiment’s infamous Totenkopf (death’s head). This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte from a Bavarian Regiment. $15.00

 

 

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38-2136 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm is in the form of a charcoal sketch. He is wearing an attila. Below his likeness is a reproduction of his signature. $15.00

 

 

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38-1157 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm in the Parade Attila of 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. He is wearing a great coat over his tunic. Around his neck is the Collar of the Hohenzollern House Order. He is also wearing the regiment’s visor cap, complete with Totenkopf. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-735 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ FRIEDRICH WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia. He is seen in a general’s uniform. $15.00  

 

 

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45-66 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince after WW I. He is seated holding a dog on his lap. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-127 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess Cecilie. She is seated, holding flowers. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-128 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess as she visits with nurses and patients at a field hospital. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-129 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess as she rides in a carriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-130 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE WALKING WITH PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Princess along with her husband’s young brother. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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45-131 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND. This postcard shows one of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess young sons, Louis Ferdinand. The postcard was produced for one of the charities endorsed by the Crown Princess. It was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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45-86 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows the Crown Prince with his second son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-87 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AS YOUNG BOY. This postcard shows a very young Crown Prince Wilhelm. It is doubtful that he was any older than ten-years-old here. Note that he is wearing the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's kinder uniform, a uniform that he later made famous as an adult. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-88 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG KRONPRINZ WILHELM - HIS FOUR BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria’s very young children. The eldest, Kronprinz Wilhelm, is perhaps twelve or fourteen. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-89 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH AS YOUNG BOYS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s two oldest sons, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Prince Eitel Friedrich. Wilhelm is about six-years-old. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-90 POSTCARD OF KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND HIS DAUGHTER. This postcard shows the Crown Prince holding his infant daughter in his arms. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-93 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND WIFE IN CARRIAGE. This postcard shows the young royal couple in a carriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-94 POSTCARD - LARGE CROWD ASSEMBLING AT KRONPRINZ’S PALACE. This postcard shows a large crowd assembling in front of the Crown Prince and Princess’s Berlin palace. Together they built their final palace, the Cecilienhof, in 1913 Potsdam. The Potsdam conference was held here in 1945. Today that palace is a museum. It also has a hotel and restaurant. I have had the pleasure of staying in it and highly recommend it if you are visiting Berlin/Potsdam. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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45-67 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince standing in a stable beside his horse. He is wearing a Küraßier-Regiment’s litewka. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-68 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-69 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the recently married Crown Prince and Crown Princess. He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. His uniform is adorned with numerous decorations. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-70 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. He is dressed in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's feldgrau attila. The photograph is between 1916 and 1918 as he has the PLM at his throat. He also wears a breast star of the Order of the Black Eagle and a fairly large ribbon bar. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-27 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard is of the Crown Prince of Prussia, Wilhelm. The image that appears on the postcard is from a charcoal sketch of Wilhelm. It shows him wearing the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment's visor cap. He is associated with this regiment more often than any other. He is wearing his officer’s visor cap, which displays the regiment’s Totenkopf. The card’s reverse shows it was mailed as a Feldpostkarte from a Bavarian Cavalry Division's regiment in 1916. $15.00

 

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38-1319 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm. He is wearing the visor cap and uniform of 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. This postcard’s corners are a bit dog-eared on. $12.00

 

 

 

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38-2624 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - TWO YOUNGER BROTHERS - WIVES. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm, Prince Eitel Friedrich, Prince August Wilhelm, and their three wives. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2695 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm in the uniform of his beloved 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. This includes the Totenkopf on his Schirmmütze. This postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2696 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN - CARRIAGE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie riding in a carriage in front of a castle. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2721 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm in a 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1 uniform. It was his primary regiment. He appeared in more photographs wearing its uniform than any other regiment. His wife and four sons are with him. The postcard was produced in 1914 to benefit a charity of the Crown Princess. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2722 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - 1. LEIB-HUSAREN-REGIMENT Nr 1'S UNIFORM. This is a wonderful postcard that shows Kronprinz Wilhelm in 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's full dress uniform. This was his primary regiment. He can be seen with the regiment’s busby, which sported the Totenkopf. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2723 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - 1. LEIB-HUSAREN-REGIMENT Nr 1'S UNIFORM. This is a wonderful postcard that shows Kronprinz Wilhelm in 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's full dress uniform. This was his primary regiment. He can be seen with the regiment’s busby, which sported the Totenkopf. He is mounted on a horse. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2724 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - TWO OLDEST SONS. This is a wonderful postcard that shows the Kronprinz, Kronprinzessin, and their two oldest sons. All of them have horses or ponies to fit their size. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

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38-2625 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - TWO YOUNGER BROTHERS - WIVES. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm, Prince Eitel Friedrich, Prince August Wilhelm, and their three wives. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2626 POSTCARD OF CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows the royal couple and their four sons. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2627 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - OLDEST SON. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and his oldest son, Prince Wilhelm. It was mailed in 1907. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2628 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - DAUGHTER. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and his daughter. He is wearing a PLM around his throat. A small nick is missing from the card’s right upper corner. It was never mailed. $10.00

 

 

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38-2629 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the royal couple. He is wearing a 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß uniform. He also wears a five-place medal bar and a breast star. The photo was taken very shortly after their marriage. On the reverse we see that it was mailed in 1904. $15.00

 

 

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38-2632 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - PRINCESS VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, Crown Prince Wilhelm’s wife, and Princess Viktoria Luise (later Duchess of Braunschweig) Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. The two young women are ridding horses sidesaddle. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2650 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Princess. An eagle with outspread wings is at the top. Below it are photos of the royal couple. Below them is the Großherzogliches Schloß of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, where Crown Princess Cecilie was raised. The castle is located in the city of Schwerin. I have been to this castle several times. It is one of my favorites in Germany. It is actually located at a causeway’s end in a lake near the city center. The postcard was mailed in 1904, shortly after the marriage of the royal couple. It was mailed to Akron, Ohio in the U.S. $15.00

 

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38-2634 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - CARRIAGE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie riding in a carriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-1320 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM WITH YOUNG CHILD. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm and one of his young children. The Kronprinz is wearing a white summer tunic and has a PLM at his throat. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2327 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Princess with their four sons. Please note: the youngster with Cecilie is holding a Teddy Bear. These toys, which had not been out very long, were named after U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. The Crown Prince is in his beloved 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr. 1's uniform. Even after the empire collapsed, when he in uniform, it was from this regiment. The postcard was produced to benefit one of Cecilie’s favorite charities. $15.00

 

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38-2328 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR OLDEST SONS. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Princess with their four sons. Please note: the youngster with Cecilie is holding a Teddy Bear. These toys, which had not been out very long, were named after U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. The Crown Prince is in his beloved 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr. 1's uniform. Even after the empire collapsed, when he in uniform, it was from this regiment. The postcard was produced to benefit one of Cecilie’s favorite charities. $15.00

 

 

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38-2330 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie looking down at her fifth child, and first daughter, Princess Alexandrine, born in 1916. The postcard was produced for one of the Crown Princess’s favorite charities. The reverse shows the postcard was addressed, but not mailed. It has a stamp of the Cecilienhof, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s official residence. $15.00

 

 

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38-2332 POSTCARD - FOUR SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s four sons appear on this postcard. The four young men are wearing feldgrau kinder uniformen with overcoats. They are lined up like stair steps. The postcard was produced during WW I for a charitable organization’s benefit. $15.00

 

 

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38-2525 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - UNIFORM - 1. GARDE-REGIMENT zu FUß. In this postcard Crown Prince Wilhelm is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform, including its pickelhaube. It was the most elite infantry regiment in the German Army. All the House of Hohenzollern’s princes were automatically enlisted in the regiment at birth. The postcard was never mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2526 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - FAMILY. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and his family. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2527 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE DRIVING SMALL CARRIAGE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie driving a small carriage. She is accompanied by a young girl. A footman is perched at the carriage’s rear. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2528 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie. She is stylishly dressed and gazing at a floral arrangement. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2578 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - CARRIAGE. This postcard shows the royal pair seated in the front of a carriage, which the Kronprinz is driving. He is dressed in Küraßier-Regiment Nr 2's uniform. Two other women are seated in the back. Apparent Christmas decorations are hung on the carriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-2579 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the royal couple together. She is stylishly dressed. He wears Küraßier-Regiment Nr 2's Schirmmütze and overcoat. The postcard was mailed in 1907. $15.00

 

 

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38-2580 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - ELDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and his eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm. The two are dressed in identical uniforms. It is a great pose! $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2529 POSTCARD - FOUR SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the four sons of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. They are climbing the rigging in a sand box, dressed in sailors’ suits. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2530 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE - DAUGHTER - CROWN PRINCE AND CROWN PRINCESS. This postcard shows the Princess Alexandrine, the daughter of the Crown Prince and the Crown Princess. She is hovering over a small wagon. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

 

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38-2333 POSTCARD - THREE SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s three sons appear on this postcard. The three young men are in a small ratan carriage. The two older boys wear summer kinder mützen with cap tallies. The postcard was mailed in 1910. $15.00

 

 

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38-2334 POSTCARD - THREE SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s three sons appear on this postcard. The three young men are wearing white summer outfits. The postcard was mailed in 1913. The reverse bears a green-ink address stamp entitled "Holsteinische Tafel-Margarine-Industrie Paul Wilckens" (Holstein Table Margarine Industry Paul Wilckens). $15.00

 

 

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38-2488 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm (1881-1951) and his eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1904-1940). The postcard was mailed in 1910. $15.00

 

 

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38-2489 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm (1881-1951) and his eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1904-1940). $15.00

 

 

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38-2490 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm (1881-1951) and his eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1904-1940). Father and son are mounted on a horse and a pony. The Kronprinz is wearing Küraßier-Regiment Nr 2's uniform. Some bending affects the postcard. It has been mailed. $10.00

 

 

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38-2491 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows the Crown Prince, Crown Princess, and their four eldest sons. The Crown Prince is wearing 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's pelisse. The obverse bears the Crown Princess’s reproduction signature. It was produced for the benefit of the war relief effort in which she was involved. The postcard was produced by NPG. On the reverse is a rubber stamp for the well-known postcard firm Gustav Liersch. $15.00

 

 

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38-2492 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). $15.00

 

 

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38-2493 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s two eldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand. They are dressed as young sailors. $15.00

 

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38-2494 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s two eldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand. They are dressed as young sailors. $15.00

 

 

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38-2495 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s two eldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

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38-2496 POSTCARD - THREE OLDEST SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the three eldest sons of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. They are dressed as sailors. The postcard was mailed in 1911 to Brooklyn, NY. $15.00

 

 

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38-2497 POSTCARD - THREE OLDEST SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the three eldest sons of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. $15.00

 

 

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38-2498 POSTCARD - THREE OLDEST SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the three eldest sons of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. $15.00

 

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38-2499 POSTCARD - FOUR SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the four eldest sons of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. They are dressed as sailors. $15.00

 

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38-2500 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZ FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Crown Princess and her son, Prinz Friedrich. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2501 POSTCARD - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard is of Prinz Louis Ferdinand of Prussia, the son of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. The postcard was mailed and the postage stamp has been removed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2502 POSTCARD - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard is of Prinz Louis Ferdinand of Prussia, the son of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. The postcard was mailed in 1909 and the postage stamp has been removed. $15.00

 

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38-2503 POSTCARD - PRINZ HUBERTUS - PRUSSIA. This postcard is of Prinz Hubertus, the son of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. $15.00

 

 

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38-2504 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard is of Crown Princess Cecilie. She was the wife of Crown Prince Wilhelm and the daughter of Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. $15.00

 

 

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38-2329 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FIVE CHILDREN. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Princess with their four sons and one (baby) daughter. The postcard dates from 1916, when Prinzessin Alexandrine was born. The Crown Prince is wearing one of his regiment’s white summer tunics and sports a PLM at his throat. $15.00

 

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38-1321 THREE SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AT THE BEACH. Three of the young Kronprinz Wilhelm’s sons are seen playing at the beach. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-336 POSTCARD-KRONPRINZ WILHELM - UNIFORM - 1. LEIB-HUSAREN-REGIMENT Nr 1 - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This is a postcard that shows the Kronprinzenpaar.  Kronprinz Wilhelm is in the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's uniform.  His wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, is wearing a long, light-colored skirt and fancy frilled top with a coordinating wide-brimmed hat and parasol. The pose shows the Kronprinz wearing white trousers with his black attila. $15.00  

 

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38-2303 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm in a Hussar officer’s uniform. An extensive message is written on the obverse. It is a Feldpostkarte, with a further message written on its reverse. $12.00

 

 

 

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38-2304 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - DAUGHTER. This postcard shows the Crown Princess holding her only daughter. A message from the Crown Princess is written on the obverse, along with a reproduction of her signature. The postcard was produced for a special fund-raising drive in October 1916. It was mailed in November 1916, with a 7 ½ penny stamp. $15.00

 

 

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38-2305 POST WW I POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - FAMILY. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and his family in the 1920's. The former royal couple are showing signs of age. The postcard was produced from a photograph taken on Isle of Wieringen in the Netherlands, which was the Crown Prince’s place of exile until around 1923. $15.00

 

 

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38-2306 POSTCARD - PRINZ HUBERTUS. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm’s infant son, Prinz Hubertus. $15.00

 

 

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38-2307 POSTCARD - THREE SONS - KRONPRINZ - KRONPRINZESSIN. Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s three oldest sons appear in this postcard. It was mailed with a message in 1910. $15.00

 

 

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38-348 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This is a WW I postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. He is wearing a feldgrau attila from 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. He is wearing a Black Eagle Breast Star and a 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class on the tunic. I cannot tell what he is wearing at his throat. The detail is not clear, although it could be a Pour le Mérite. $20.00  

 

 

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38-352 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Kronprinz in the uniform of Küraßier-Regiment Nr 2. He served in this regiment as an Oberst à la Suite. (We once offered--and have since sold--the  Kronprinz's magnificent helmet from this regiment). Please note the extra tall boots favored by officers who served in a Küraßier-Regiment. $15.00  

 

 

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45-187 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE WITH HER CHILDREN AND FAMILY. This postcard shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie, along with her children, visiting with her relative, Großherzog Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

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45-188 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - HER CHILDREN AND HER FAMILY. This postcard shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie along with her children as she visits with Großherzog Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

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45-192 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This is a postcard that features a very relaxed Crown Princess seated on a bench. She is wearing a very long necklace of pearls and no hat. The postcard is dated 1911 and was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1246 POSTCARD - THREE SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the three sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm. They are most likely seated on a wicker chair at the beach. The oldest son is wearing a white Navy mütze with "Angela" on it. $15.00

 

 

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38-1600 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This color postcard comes from a painting of Crown Prince Wilhelm. He is in uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-278 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - HUSSAR. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm as a Hussar. He is in full-dress uniform. $15.00  

 

 

 

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38-224 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This is a black and white postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He is in civilian clothes and leaning on a fencegate.  $10.00 

 

 

 

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45-71 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE AND DENMARK’S KÖNIGIN ALEXANDRA. This is an interesting postcard that I have not seen before. It features the Crown Princess Cecilie seated with the Queen of Denmark standing beside her. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-91 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE AND TWO OLDEST SONS. His postcard shows the former Crown Princess Cecilie and her two oldest sons, Wilhelm and Alexander Ferdinand. Wilhelm died in France during WW II in 1940. His brother lived on until the 1990's. The photo was most likely taken in 1925. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-92 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND SON PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND. Crown Princess Cecilie holds her infant son, Prinz Louis Ferdinand, in her arms. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-95 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND DAUGHTER PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess and her youngest daughter, Cecilie. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-96 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Princess with her oldest son. He appears to be a happy toddler as mother and son sit on the floor. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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45-97 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND YOUNGEST SON. This postcard shows the Crown Princess and her youngest son as an infant. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-98 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - HER THREE SONS AND MANY TROOPS. This postcard shows the Crown Princess and her three sons standing among a large body of troops. Below the portrait is a poem. The postcard has not been mailed but has a date, 1916, penciled-in. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-99 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This is a postcard of Crown Princess Cecilie. It is a saucier pose than usual; she is kneeling on a chair and smiling at the camera. The postcard has not been mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-100 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND DAUGHTER PRINCESS ALEXANDRINE. This is a postcard of the Crown Princess and her oldest daughter. The postcard was produced for one of Cecilie’s charities. It was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-101 CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE IN CARRIAGE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated in a carriage with a companion. It is dated 1907. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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45-102 CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE IN CARRIAGE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated in a carriage with a companion. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-103 PRUSSIA’S CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND DENMARK’S PRINCESS CHRISTIAN. This postcard shows the Crown Princess and the Princess of Denmark. The young woman was her sister. Both came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin and were the Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV’s sisters. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-104 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND FOUR CHILDREN. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie with her sons and her oldest daughter. The photograph is from 1916, approximately. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-105 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND HER DAUGHTERS. This postcard shows the Crown Princess and her two daughters. The postcard dates from 1925 and was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-106 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS AND LADIES FROM A CHARITABLE GROUP. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie and a group of well-dressed ladies from Cecilienhilfe the Crown Princess’s key charitable group. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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45-259 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM IN FELDGRAU HUSSAR UNIFORM. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm in 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's feldgrau uniform. He has the regiment’s totenkopf on his Schirmmütze. He is also wearing an Iron Cross 1st Class, what appears to be a prinzengroße 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, and the Prussian Black Eagle Breast Star. What he is NOT wearing is a PLM. He did not receive a PLM until 1916, which dates the pose prior to that time. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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45-107 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND SOCIAL GROUP. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie visiting a group of women interested in flowers. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00


 

 

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38-2226 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. This postcard was produced in 1911. It boasts her reproduction signature below her image. It was mailed the same year. It has a small nip in the right bottom corner. $10.00

 

 

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38-2227 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. This postcard was produced in 1914. It boasts her reproduction signature below her image. It was mailed the same year. $15.00

 

 

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38-2228 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. This postcard was produced in 1911. It boasts her reproduction signature below her image. $15.00

 

 

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38-2229 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. $15.00

 

 

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38-2230 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. $15.00

 

 

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38-2231 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. $15.00

 

 

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38-2233 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. This postcard shows her mounted on a horse, a popular pastime among royals. $15.00

 

 

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38-2442 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM,  PRINCE AUGUST WILHELM,  PRINCE EITEL FRIEDRICH, AND THEIR WIVES. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) and his two brothers, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) and Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1941). Standing arm in arm with the three brothers are their respective wives. $15.00

 

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38-2234 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. She is seen here with a ladies’ group. $15.00

 

 

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38-2235 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. $15.00

 

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38-2237 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France. $15.00

 

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38-2238 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France. The postcard was mailed in 1910. $15.00

 

 

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38-2239 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France. Please note the young prince’s uniform, particularly the sleeve patch on his right arm. It is for the royal yacht, the S. M. Y. Hohenzollern. The postcard was mailed in 1908. It has a slight bend in the lower left corner. $12.00

 

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38-2240 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her eldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). Young Wilhelm served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France. $15.00

 

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38-2241 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & YOUNGEST SON PRINZ FRIEDRICH. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her youngest son, Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). $15.00

 

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38-2242 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & YOUNGEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she appears with her youngest son Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). $15.00

 

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38-2544 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. The pose was taken shortly after their marriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2545 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - DAUGHTER. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954), along with her daughter Prinzessin Cecilie. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2546 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - WIFE - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) and the Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954). They are being greeted by school children who are presenting them with flowers. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2547 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - BROTHER PRINCE EITEL FRIEDRICH - KAISERLICHE YACHT CLUB REGATTA. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951), along with his brother Prince Eitel Friedrich. They are together with other members of the Kaiserliche Yacht Club. The postcard has not been mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2548 POSTCARD - PRINCE WILHELM - PRINCE LOUIS FERDINAND. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and Crown Princess’s two oldest sons, Prince Wilhelm and Prince Louis Ferdinand. The postcard has a message written on the reverse, but was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2549 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows the Crown Prince and the Crown Princess’s oldest son. Young Prince Wilhelm (1906-1940) is dressed in a sailor suit. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1914. $15.00

 

 

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38-2243 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & TWO OLDEST SONS. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she appears with her two oldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940 and Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994). $15.00

 

 

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38-2244 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & TWO OLDEST SONS. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her two oldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940 and Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994). $15.00

 

 

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38-2245 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & HER TWO OLDEST SONS. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her two oldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940 and Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994). The postcard was mailed in 1913. $15.00

 

 

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38-2246 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & HER TWO OLDEST SONS. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her two oldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940) and Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994). The two youngsters are wearing feldgrau uniforms complete with medal bars and a breast star. $15.00

 

 

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38-2247 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - THREE OLDEST SONS. Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954) came from Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s royal house. Her father was Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III, and her mother was a Russian Grand Duchess from the Romanov Dynasty. Cecilie married Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) in 1905. She bore him four sons and two daughters. She, along with her mother-in-law the Kaiserin, was one of Germany’s most-popular female royals, much like a present-day rock star. She was pretty, appeared in many photographs, and was involved in many charities both before and during WW I. In this postcard she is seen with her three oldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994), and Prinz Hubertus (1909-1951). A message is written on the reverse, but the postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2248 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandrine (1915-1980) as an infant. It was produced to benefit one of her mother’s charities. Her mother, Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1885-1954), was among Germany’s most-popular royals. $15.00

 

 

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38-2249 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940) as an infant. On the postcard he is described as "The youngest Hohenzollern." Thus, the postcard was produced in 1906. Wilhelm renounced any right to the German throne in 1933, so he could marry a lesser member of the German nobility. He served in the German Army early in WW II. In 1940 he was killed in action in France. $15.00

 

 

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38-2250 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard depicts Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), and his sister, Prinzessin Alexandrine (1915-1980). As his father and mother’s (Kronprinz Wilhelm [1882-1951] and Kronprinzessin Cecilie [1886-1954]) eldest son, young Wilhelm was the presumptive heir to Germany’s throne, after his father and grandfather. He renounced his right to the German throne in 1933 to marry a lesser member of the German nobility. He served in the German Army in WW II and died in France in 1940. $15.00

 

 

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38-2251 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND. This postcard shows the two oldest sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The two young men are Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), and Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994). $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2252 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM,  PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND, &  PRINZ HUBERTUS. This postcard shows the three oldest sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The three young men are Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994), and Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950). $15.00

 

 

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38-2253 POSTCARD OF PRINZ WILHELM,  PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND,  PRINZ HUBERTUS,  & PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows the four sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The four young men are Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994), Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950), and Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). $15.00

 

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38-2254 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM,  PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND,  PRINZ HUBERTUS, & PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows the four sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The four young men are Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994), Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950), and Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). $15.00

 

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38-2255 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRINZ HUBERTUS - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows the four sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. The four young men are Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940), Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994), Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950), and Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). While the postcard was not mailed, a message is written on the reverse, dated 1912. $15.00

 

 

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38-2256 POSTCARD - PRINZ HUBERTUS. This is a postcard of Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950). Hubertus was Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie’s third son. Do not let the young prince’s garment confuse you into thinking that he is a she. It was simply the style of the day, particularly for young royals or nobles. The postcard was mailed during the period 1909-1910. $15.00

 

 

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38-2257 POSTCARD - PRINZ HUBERTUS. This is a postcard of Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950). Hubertus was Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie’s third son. A message is written on the reverse, but it was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2258 POSTCARD - PRINZ HUBERTUS. This is a postcard of Prinz Hubertus (1909-1950). Hubertus was Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie’s third son. The postcard was produced to benefit one of the wartime organizations supported by the Crown Princess. $15.00

 

 

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38-901 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FIRST SON. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954), and their oldest son, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940). $20.00

 

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38-769 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. The Crown Princess was one of Germany’s most popular royals. She was Crown Prince Wilhelm’s wife. She is seen here holding her son, Prinz Friedrich. The postcard was mailed in 1912. It sports two postage stamps on the reverse. $15.00 

 

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38-829 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN KRONPRINZ WILHELM - OLDEST SON. This is a fine postcard showing Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia and his oldest son. They are mounted on a horse and a pony, respectively. The elder Prinz is seen in the uniform of Küraßier-Regiment Königin Nr 2. (We once offered--and have since sold--the  Kronprinz's magnificent helmet from this regiment).  The younger prinz is in a naval uniform with an appropriate mütze. I am unable to read the vessel named in the cap tally. $15.00  

 

 

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38-1067 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm mounted on a horse. He is wearing an überrock. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-941 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE - TWO YOUNG SONS. This postcard shows Prinzessin Cecilie and two of her young sons. It is a marvelous pose of the photogenic Crown Princess. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1257 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows Germany’s Crown Princess Cecilie and her four sons. Her husband, Kronprinz Wilhelm, was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s eldest son, and heir to the German throne. $15.00

 

 

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38-1259 POSTCARD - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA - BABY STROLLER. This postcard shows Prinz Louis Ferdinand of Prussia. He was Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife Cecilie’s son. $15.00

 

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38-1261 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Friedrich of Prussia. He was Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife Cecilie’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1267 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954). Cecilie was the very popular wife of the equally-popular Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s eldest son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1251 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. Cecilie was Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia’s wife and Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter-in-law. Cecilie was among the most popular of the German royals. $15.00

 

 

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38-1607 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard depicts the Crown Princess seated. $15.00

 

 

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38-1608 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard reveals the Crown Princess from the chest up. Below her oval-shaped photograph is a reproduction of her signature, along with a greeting. $15.00

 

 

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38-2197 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie seated on a bench. Under her image is a reproduction of her signature, dated 1913. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed from Flensburg, which is now located in modern-day Denmark. $15.00

 

 

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38-2198 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - PRINCESS EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows the two princesses seated in a carriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-1609 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated in a garden. Below her photograph is a reproduction signature dated 1913. $15.00

 

 

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38-1610 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard depicts the Crown Princess standing in a window, looking down on flowers. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1611 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess kneeling on a chair. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1612 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard depicts the Crown Princess seated. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2008 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie in a very sporty hat. She was always fashionably dressed. She and her husband, Kronprinz Wilhelm, were the most popular royals after the Kaiser and the Kaiserin. $15.00

 

 

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38-2009 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - NURSES. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie speaking with three nurses. $15.00

 

 

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38-2010 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This is a postcard of Crown Princess Cecilie as she kneels on a chair. She is fashionably dressed, as always. This is the Gustav Liersch Nr 3378 postcard. The firm also produced many aviation postcards. $15.00

 

 

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38-2011 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This is a postcard of Crown Princess Cecilie as she kneels on a chair. She is fashionably dressed, as always. It is the NPG Nr 3378 postcard. This firm also produced aviation postcards. A small nick is in upper left corner. $12.00

 

 

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38-2012 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - HER DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie with her youngest child, daughter and namesake Princess Cecilie. $15.00

 

 

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38-2013 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN - ONE SON. This postcard shows Crown Princess with her youngest son. $15.00

 

 

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38-2014 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - SIX CHILDREN. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie with her six children. The royal couple had four sons and two daughters. $15.00

 

 

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38-2015 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - OLDEST SON. This postcard shows the Crown Princess Cecilie with her oldest son, Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). $15.00

 

 

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38-2016 POSTCARD OF KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - SON PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows the Crown Princess Cecilie with her oldest son, Prinz Friedrich (1911-1966). $15.00

 

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38-2132 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - SONS - TROOPS. This interesting postcard shows the Crown Princess and three of her sons with a large number of troops. $15.00

 

 

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38-2017 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE WEARING CROWN. This is a very elegant pose of Crown Princess Cecilie wearing a crown and some wonderful jewelry. $15.00

 

 

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38-2018 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - OLDEST DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie with her oldest daughter. $15.00

 

 

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38-2018.1 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - OLDEST DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie with her oldest daughter. There is a small tear in the bottom right corner. This would account for the lower price. $10.00

 

 

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38-2025 POSTCARD - THREE OLDEST SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s three oldest sons. They are seated in what appears to be a wicker buggy. The postcard’s reverse shows it was mailed in 1911. $15.00

 

 

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38-2199 POSTCARD - SECOND - THIRD OLDEST SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm’s second and third oldest sons. They are Prinz Louis Ferdinand and Prinz Hubertus. $15.00

 

 

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38-2027 POSTCARD - FOUR OLDEST SONS - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard has a pose that I find very fetching. It shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s four oldest sons. The four youngsters are dressed in feldgrau overcoats. Each boy wears an officer’s visor cap. $15.00

 

 

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38-1613 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated, wearing her crown. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1615 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated in a garden. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1620 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCESS - GERMANY - BROTHER - GRAND DUKE - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN - WIFE. This is a post WW I postcard of the Crown Princess, her brother, the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, and his wife. The couple from Mecklenburg-Schwerin have bicycles. A message appears on the reverse and is dated 1925, but the postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-942 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE. This is a postcard of Kronprinzessin Cecilie. She is very fashionably dressed for the early 20th Century, with a large hat and parasol. $15.00

 

 

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38-938 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - YOUNGEST SON. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm in an officer’s uniform from 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. He is holding a son on his lap. He looks like quite the proud papa. $15.00

 

 

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38-939 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S YOUNG SON. This postcard shows one of Kronprinz Wilhelm’s young sons. The young lad appears to be dressed in the uniform of 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. $15.00

 

 

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38-1061 POSTCARD - THREE SONS - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the three oldest sons of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie of Germany. Two of the youngsters are wearing naval mützen. A message is written on the postcard’s reverse, but it was never mailed. $10.00

 

 

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38-940 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE - FIVE CHILDREN. This postcard, which dates to about 1915, shows Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, and their five children. All of the boys are wearing sailor’s uniforms, which were quite popular among German royals. $15.00

 

 

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38-937 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S FOUR SONS - FELDGRAU UNIFORMS. In this postcard we see the four oldest sons of Kronprinz Wilhelm. Each of the young men is wearing a feldgrau overcoat. $15.00

 

 

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38-950 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE - FOUR SONS. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and his family. All of the young boys are in sailor uniforms, while their father is dressed in the uniform of the 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1. It has a reproduction signature of Princess Cecilie. $15.00

 

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38-951 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE - YOUNGEST SON. This postcard shows a very youthful Crown Princess Cecilie and her youngest son. $15.00

 

 

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38-803 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. Kronprinz Wilhelm is seen in this postcard, along with his daughter, Alexandrine. Alexandrine was the fifth of six children. She was born in 1915. The pose is thus from either 1915 or 1916. He is in a cavalry regiment’s summer uniform, with a PLM (awarded August 1915) around his neck. $15.00

 

 

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38-804 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE - FIVE CHILDREN. Kronprinz Wilhelm is seen in this postcard along with his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie (a former Prinzessin of Mecklenburg-Schwerin). Wilhelm and Cecilie were the most popular German royals after his parents, the Kaiser and Kaiserin. They are seen with five of their six children. He is in a cavalry regiment’s summer uniform, with a PLM (awarded August 1915) around his neck. $15.00  

 

 

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38-805 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FOUR CHILDREN. Kronprinzessin Cecilie is seen in this postcard, along with her four oldest sons. $15.00  

 

 

 

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38-902 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954). She was among Germany’s most popular royals, partially due to her good looks and involvement in a number of charitable functions. $20.00

 

 

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38-1253 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - TWO OLDEST SONS. This postcard shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie and Kronprinz Wilhelm’s two oldest sons. They are in a field. Horses can be seen in the background. $15.00

 

 

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38-807 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - TWO OLDEST SONS. Kronprinzessin Cecilie is seen in this postcard, along with her two oldest sons. $15.00  

 

 

 

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38-830 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This is a fine postcard that shows Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He is wearing a general’s feldgrau uniform, complete with PLM. $15.00  

 

 

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38-831 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN KRONPRINZ WILHELM - OLDEST SON. This is a fine postcard showing Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia and his oldest son. The elder prinz is seen in the pelisse of his "home" regiment, 1. Leib-Husaren Regiment Nr 1. His son is wearing a sailor’s uniform. $15.00  

 

 

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38-816 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH GEORG WILHELM CHRISTOPH - PRUSSIA - NANNY. This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm, Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie's fourth son, out for a morning stroll with his nanny, whose name was Hildegard.   [Many thanks to our very knowledgeable German collector friend SE, who corrected an earlier misidentification of the prinz and his nanny. SE is a member of Hildegard's family, and she owns the original photograph from which this postcard was produced. I want to thank SE for the information, which I personally find fascinating]! $15.00  

 

 

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38-832 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN KRONPRINZ WILHELM - OLDEST SON. This is a fine postcard showing Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia and his oldest son. The elder prinz is wearing a litewka for an unknown regiment. His very young son, who is less than one-year-old, is on his lap. $15.00  

 

 

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38-833 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - OLDEST SON. This is a fine postcard that shows Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia, his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, and his oldest son. Kronprinz Wilhelm is wearing a hauptmann’s litewka from an unknown regiment. The infant is barely a month or two old. $15.00  

 

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38-834 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN KRONPRINZ WILHELM - HUNGARIAN HUSSAR’S UNIFORM. This is a fine postcard that presents Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia in a Hungarian Hussar’s uniform. The postcard was mailed to and delivered within Bavaria. $15.00  

 

 

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38-835 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - OLDEST SON. This is a fine postcard presenting Kronprinzessin Cecilie of Prussia and her oldest son. $15.00  

 

 

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38-770 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KÜRAßIER-REGIMENT Nr 2 UNIFORM- PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm in a stable by his horse. He is dressed in the uniform of Küraßier-Regiment Königin (Pommersches) Nr 2. The regiment was founded in 1717. It was garrisoned at Pasewalk, where it was assigned to the II. ArmeeKorps. The Crown Prince was an Oberst à la Suite in the regiment. We recently sold his helmet from this regiment, along with a wonderful signed photograph. $15.00 

 

 

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38-246 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - M-1915 FELDBLUSE TUNIC. This is a consignment item. This is a wartime photo postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. He is wearing a M-1915 Feldbluse Tunic along with general’s trousers. He is also wearing a PLM and a ribbon bar. $20.00
 

 

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38-772 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM - CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - PRINCE FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows the Crown Prince, Crown Princess, and their young son, Friedrich. The photo dates from around 1906. It shows Wilhelm in uniform. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-142 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard finds the royal couple, and heirs to the German throne, in jaunty clothes standing on a building's front steps. They were, without a doubt, the most popular of the German royals after the Kaiser. Kronprinz Wilhelm would have been Germany’s fourth Kaiser, but those hopes vanished with the Empire’s fall in 1918. $15.00

 

 

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38-1851 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM, This is a postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. The pose comes from a charcoal sketch. He is wearing an attila with a visor cap. Its Totenkopf can be clearly seen. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1852 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm. The pose comes from a charcoal sketch. He is wearing a general’s uniform. The postcard was issued to benefit the German Red Cross. $15.00
 

 

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38-1853 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. The young couple is seen shortly after their wedding. He is seen in a 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß uniform. $15.00
 

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38-1854 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ FAMILY. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie. Around them are their five children. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2225 POSTCARD - WEDDING - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. Prussia’s Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994) was Kronprinz Wilhelm’s second son. He became the Kronprinz when his older brother, Wilhelm, renounced his claim to Germany’s throne in 1933. Louis Ferdinand married Grand Duchess Kira Kirillovna (1909-1967) in 1938. The first ceremony was Russian Orthodox and took place in Potsdam. The second ceremony was a Lutheran ceremony that took place at Haus Doorn in the Netherlands. Haus Doorn was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (Prinz Louis Ferdinand’s grandfather) place of exile. The postcard shows the wedding party at Haus Doorn. Among the celebrants are Kaiser Wilhelm II, his son, Kronprinz Wilhelm, and his son’s wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie. $20.00

 

 

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38-1855 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ FAMILY. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm and his wife, Kronprinzessin Cecilie. Around them are their five children. A small bend is in the upper right corner. The postcard also has a message on the reverse. $12.00
 

 

 

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38-2427 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - WIFE KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - FIRST CHILD PRINZ WILHELM. Kronprinz Wilhelm was the oldest of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the first of the sons to marry. His wife was Crown Princess Cecilie. She is holding their first son Prinz Wilhelm. The younger Prinz Wilhelm was killed in action in France during 1940. The postcard was mailed in 1906. $15.00

 

 

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38-2428 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - WIFE KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - BABY. Kronprinz Wilhelm was the oldest of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the first of the sons to marry. His wife was Crown Princess Cecilie. She is holding one of their babies, perhaps their second child. The postcard was mailed in 1906. $15.00

 

 

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38-2429 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. Kronprinz Wilhelm was the oldest of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the first of the sons to marry. His wife was Crown Princess Cecilie. He is holding his daughter, Prinzessin Alexandrine. $15.00

 

 

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38-1856 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - CHILDREN. This pose shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie and four of her children. It was mailed in 1912. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1857 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - CHILDREN. This pose shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie and two of her children. $15.00


 

 

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38-1858 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This pose shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie. It comes from a charcoal sketch. It also has a reproduction of her signature. $15.00

 

 

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38-1859 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - ONE CHILD. This pose shows Kronprinzessin Cecilie and one of her children. The postcard was for the benefit of an organization that she supported. It shows a reproduction of her signature. It was mailed in 1911 with a message. Some of the cancellation has bled through to the postcard’s obverse. $12.00

 

 

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38-1860 POSTCARD - THREE CHILDREN - KRONPRINZ. This postcard shows the three oldest sons of the Kronprinz and his wife. The postcard was mailed in 1912. $15.00

 

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38-1861 POSTCARD - TWO CHILDREN - KRONPRINZ. This postcard shows the two oldest sons of the Kronprinz and his wife. $15.00
 

 

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38-1862 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM (SON - KRONPRINZ) - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the first son of Kronprinz Wilhelm playing. It was mailed in 1912. $15.00

 

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38-1863 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM (SON - KRONPRINZ) - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the first son of Kronprinz Wilhelm. It was mailed in 1908. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2430 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm’s two oldest sons, Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand. The two youngsters are wearing military garb and standing in a guard box. The postcard was mailed in 1911. $15.00

 

 

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38-2431 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard, which dates to about 1917, shows Prinzessin Alexandrine. She was Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s daughter. $15.00

 

 

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38-1864 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandrine, daughter of Kronprinz Wilhelm. It was mailed with a message and three stamps. $15.00

 

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38-143 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AS YOUNG MAN. This is a postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm as a young man during his student days. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-224 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This is a black and white postcard of Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He is in civilian clothes and leaning on the gate of a fence.  $10.00 

 

 

 

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38-1439 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and his wife, Crown Princess Cecilie, shortly after they were married. He is dressed in a military uniform. She is stylishly dressed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1442 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM - OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and his oldest son, Prince Wilhelm. The pose shows the pair mounted. $15.00

 

 

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38-1444 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her oldest son, Prince Wilhelm. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1445 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - YOUNGEST SON PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her youngest son, Prinz Friedrich. $15.00

 

 

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38-1585 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1586 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1589 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1591 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess seated. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1592 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess Cecilie. She is looking across her shoulder and is wearing pearls. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1593 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess standing in a garden. She is fashionably dressed and holding an umbrella. $15.00

 

 

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38-1594 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the Crown Princess standing. As usual, she is very fashionably dressed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1563 POSTCARD - PRINZ HUBERTUS - SON - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Hubertus of Prussia. His parents were Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2140 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandrine as a toddler. She was Crown Prince Wilhelm and Princess Cecilie’s daughter. A message is written on the reverse. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

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38-1446 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her son, Prinz Friedrich. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1447 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her daughter Princess Alexandrine. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1448 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - TWO SONS. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her two oldest sons. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1449 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - SIX CHILDREN. This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her six children. All of the boys are dressed in sailor jumpers. $15.00

 

 

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38-1453 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He was the oldest son of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. He is playing with a small "army" of what appear to be troopers from the Regiment der Garde du Corps (complete with their parade eagles in place), men from the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß (which the young prince himself later joined), and a cannon that sits on the floor. The young prince looks like a formidable soldier! $15.00

 

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38-1952 POSTCARD FIVE CHILDREN - KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm and his wife Crown Princess Cecilie’s five children. $15.00

 

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38-1953 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S SONS - PRINZ WILHELM - PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND. This is a postcard of Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand, Crown Prince Wilhelm and his wife Crown Princess Cecilie’s two oldest sons. The postcard has been mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1954 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S FOUR SONS. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm and his wife Crown Princess Cecilie’s four children. The postcard was mailed in 1910 to Sweden. $15.00

 

 

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38-1955 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S FOUR SONS. The postcard shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s four sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-1956 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S SON - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s son, Prinz Friedrich. The postcard was mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1957 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S SON - PRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s son, Prinz Friedrich. The postcard was mailed in 1907. $15.00

 

 

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38-1958 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S SON - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s son, Prinz Friedrich. $15.00

 

 

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38-1959 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S FOUR SONS. This is a postcard of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s sons. All four of the young men are wearing uniforms of the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. All princes of the House of Hohenzollern were enrolled in the regiment as à la Suite officers. This regiment had twenty-plus à la Suite officers! The postcard was mailed in 1915. $15.00

 

 

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38-1960 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S SONS - PRINZ WILHELM AND PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND. This is a postcard of Prinz Wilhelm and Prinz Louis Ferdinand, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s sons. A message is written on the reverse, but it was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2029 POSTCARD - TWO OLDEST SONS - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows the two eldest sons of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. Each boy wears a straw hat. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2030 POSTCARD - THREE OLDEST SONS - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. In this postcard we see the three eldest sons of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. The shot was made in a studio with a backdrop to look as though the boys had an ocean behind them. $15.00

 

 

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38-2031 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH - SON - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows young Prince Friedrich, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-2032 POSTCARD - TWO OLDEST SONS - PONY - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard has a great pose of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s two oldest sons. Both boys are wearing their Navy mutzen and sitting on a pony, $15.00

 

 

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38-2033 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - OLDEST SON - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows Prince Wilhelm, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s son, in a basinet. He is perhaps a year or so old. $15.00

 

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38-2038 POSTCARD - THREE SONS - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE - PONY. This is a very touching postcard which shows Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s three oldest sons standing with a pony. $15.00

 

 

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38-2028 POSTCARD - ELDEST SON - PRINZ WILHELM - CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE. This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s oldest son. He was the heir to Germany’s throne, which he renounced. He was killed in 1940 fighting with the German Army in France. In this happier time he is wearing a Navy mutze with a dachshund in front of him. The dogs were Kaiser Wilhelm II’s favorite canines. When he went into exile in Holland at Haus Doorn, he had many of these dogs for companions. Several are buried on the lawn near the main house. The postcard is dated 1908. On the reverse we see that it was mailed in 1908. $15.00

 

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38-1961 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S SON - PRINZ WILHELM. This is a postcard of Prinz Wilhelm, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s son. The postcard was mailed in 1913. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1962 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S DAUGHTER - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This is a postcard of Prinzessin Alexandrine, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s daughter. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

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38-1963 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S DAUGHTER - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This is a postcard of Prinzessin Alexandrine, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s daughter. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

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38-1964 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ WILHELM’S DAUGHTER - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE. This is a postcard of Prinzessin Alexandrine, Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie’s daughter. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

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38-1965 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This is a postcard of Prinz Friedrich. It was mailed in 1912. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1455 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a young Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He was the oldest son of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. He is playing with a small "fleet" of ducks by a lake. He is wearing a naval mütze. It appears to have a cap tally from his grandfather’s royal yacht, the S. M. Y. Hohenzollern. $15.00

 

 

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38-1456 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a young Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He was the oldest son of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. He is identified as the "Youngest Hohenzollern." $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1457 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a young Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia. He was the oldest son of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. He is identified as the "Youngest Hohenzollern." $15.00

 

 

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38-1458 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM -  PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie’s two oldest sons. The two boys are playing indoors. They have a toy ship and a faithful Borzoi (Russian Wolfhound), who is just about as tall as Prinz Wilhelm! $15.00

 

 

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38-1459 POSTCARD - FOUR OLDEST SONS - KRONPRINZ WILHELM AND KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE. This postcard shows the four oldest sons of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. All are in uniform and wearing visor caps. The postcard was mailed during the war years. $15.00

 

 

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38-1060 POSTCARD - PRINZ WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia at the age of one or two. He was the oldest son of Crown Prince Wilhelm. He would have been the heir to Germany’s throne, after his father. It was mailed in Germany in 1907. $10.00

 

 

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Prinz Eitel Friedrich & Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte

 

 

45-195 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH AND HIS STAFF. This postcard shows the Crown Princess, along with her brother-in-law, Prinz Eitel Friedrich, and his wife. In addition, several officers, including Prinz Eitel Friedrich’s adjutants and other regimental officials, are present. All of the men, including Prinz Eitel Friedrich, are wearing 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß uniforms. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

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45-196 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH WEARING LEIB-GARDE-HUSAREN-REGIMENT UNIFORM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich in the Leib-Garde-Husaren-Regiment uniform. He is wearing the regiment’s dress attila and busby. The photo actually predates 1912, as his busby sports otter fur (phased-out after 1912 and replaced with opossum fur. He is wearing a Johanniter Order neck badge around his neck. He also wears the cloth Knight’s Badge and an Order of the Black Eagle breast star. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-197 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH WEARING LEIB-GARDE-HUSAREN-REGIMENT UNIFORM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich in the Leib-Garde-Husaren-Regiment uniform. He is wearing the regiment’s dress attila and busby. The photo actually predates 1912, as his busby sports otter fur (phased-out after 1912 and replaced with opossum fur. He is wearing a Johanniter Order neck badge around his neck. He also wears the cloth Knight’s Badge and an Order of the Black Eagle breast star. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-198 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Eitel Friedrich mounted on a horse. Eitel Friedrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second-oldest son. He actually saw front line service during WW I and suffered grave wounds. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-199 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich’s wife, the Duchess of Oldenburg, Sophia Charlotte. A reproduced message and autograph appear below her image. The postcard supports one of her charities. It was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-96 GUSTAV LIERSCH POSTCARD Nr 7499 - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH. This is a much later pose of Prinz Eitel Friedrich, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. He is wearing an Iron Cross 1st Class AND a PLM with Oak Leaves. $15.00  

 

 

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38-907 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) of Prussia. He was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second oldest son. He is wearing the M-1910 feldgrau tunic of 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. He is wearing a PLM at his throat. $20.00

 

 

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38-2550 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - WIFE PRINCESS SOPHIE CHARLOTTE. This postcard shows Prince Eitel Friedrich and his wife, Princess Sophie Charlotte. He is dressed in the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. The postcard was mailed in 1908. $15.00

 

 

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38-2551 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - WIFE PRINCESS SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prince Eitel Friedrich, his sister Princess Viktoria Luise, and his wife Princess Sophie Charlotte. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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45-80 POSTCARD - SILHOUETTES - PRINCESS EITEL FRIEDRICH AND TWO SISTERS. This is an unusual postcard showing Princess Eitel Friedrich of Prussia in silhouette along with her two sisters. She was the former Herzogin of Oldenburg. Each woman has a reproduced autograph under her likeness. The postcard was dedicated to some charitable cause. It was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-81 POSTCARD - HERZOGIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - OLDENBURG. This postcard shows Herzogin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She married Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-82 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Herzogin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She married Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-83 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - HIS WIFE AND HIS SISTER VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second son, and his wife Sophie Charlotte. With them is Eitel Friedrich’s younger sister, Viktoria Luise, the future Herzogin of Braunschweig. The postcard was not mailed.
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45-84 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH. This is a very early postcard of Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-85 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - HIS THREE YOUNGER BROTHERS AND SISTER. This is a very early photograph of Prince Eitel Friedrich with his brothers Adalbert, August Wilhelm, and Joachim. Also present is his sister, Viktoria Luise. Eitel Friedrich is probably no more than fourteen. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2552 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte, the wife of Prince Eitel Friedrich. This postcard was for a War Veteran’s fund that she supported. It has a reproduction autograph and is dated 1915. It was never mailed $15.00

 

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38-908 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH -; WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) of Prussia and his wife. He was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second oldest son. He is wearing the M-1910 feldgrau tunic of 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. He is wearing a PLM at his throat. $20.00

 

 

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38-2417 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich and his wife. He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen in uniform wearing several decorations and an Order of the Black Eagle breast star. $15.00

 

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38-932 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - WIFE SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel of Prussia, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons, and his wife, Sophie Charlotte. He is in dress uniform complete with the very rare Hohenzollern Kollar. $20.00

 

 

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38-1248 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich of Prussia’s wife. She is also Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter-in-law. $15.00

 

 

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38-95 GUSTAV LIERSCH POSTCARD Nr 1129 - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH. Prinz Eitel Friedrich was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. He appears to be dressed in the uniform of an oberleutnant or hauptmann, but I cannot tell the regiment. This pose is before WW I. $15.00  

 

 

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38-2505 POSTCARD - PRINCESS EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard is of the wife of Prinz Eitel Friedrich of Prussia. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2506 POSTCARD - PRINCESS EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard is of the wife of Prinz Eitel Friedrich of Prussia. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1268 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She was the Grand Duke of Oldenburg’s daughter. She was the wife of Kaiser Wilhelm’s second son, Prinz Eitel Friedrich von Preußen (1883-1942). She is fashionably dressed with one of the largest and most elaborate hats that I have ever seen. $15.00

 

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38-1269 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She was the Grand Duke of Oldenburg’s daughter. She was the wife of Kaiser Wilhelm’s second son Prinz Eitel Friedrich von Preußen (1883-1942). She is fashionably dressed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2345 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. In this photo she is wearing an elaborate picture hat with an enormous feather poof. She wears a mink or sable stole over an intricately lacy gown. $15.00

 

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38-2346 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. In this photo she is leaning over an Alsatian dog in front of a door leading out to a balcony. $15.00

 

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38-2347 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. On this postcard she is in half-profile from the chest up, facing the camera. The photo is enclosed in a black circle and some writing is reproduced at the card’s bottom. $15.00

 

 

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38-2726 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH. Prinz Eitel Friedrich was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. In the postcard the Prince is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2458 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1941). He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) six sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-2459 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA - WIFE PRINZESSIN SOPHIA CHARLOTTE - OLDENBURG. This is a postcard of Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1941) of Prussia and his wife, Princess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg (1879-1964). Prinz Eitel Friedrich was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) six sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-2460 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA - WIFE PRINZESSIN SOPHIA CHARLOTTE - OLDENBURG. This is a postcard of Prinz Eitel Friedrich of Prussia (1883-1941) and his wife, Princess Sophia Charlotte (1879-1964) of Oldenburg. Prinz Eitel Friedrich was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) six sons. $15.00

 

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38-2461 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIA CHARLOTTE - OLDENBURG/PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Princess Sophia Charlotte (1879-1964). She was the wife of Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1941) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) son. The postcard was produced to benefit a war veterans group under the auspices of the Princess. $15.00

 

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38-2348 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is seated in a ratan chair with a book on her lap. $15.00

 

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38-2349 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is on the balcony again, her hair done up in a snood. Her dress’s bodice is intricately decorated with jewels. $15.00

 

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38-2350 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is once again wearing the dress with the bejeweled bodice and sitting backwards on a chair. $15.00

 

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38-2534 PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH - WIFE - SISTER VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942), who was Kaiser Wilhelm II and his wife Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s second son. Appearing with Eitel Friedrich is his wife, the former Duchess of Oldenburg Sophia Charlotte (1879-1964), and his sister Princess Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2351 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is in a somewhat provocative pose facing a window, looking back at the camera over her shoulder. She has on an extremely stylish dress and an enormous picture hat with a tall feather plume. $15.00

 

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38-2352 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is seated at a table that sports a bouquet of flowers. Her high-necked dress has a lacy top elaborately accented by embroidered vines and flowers. $15.00

 

 

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38-2353 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is seated at a table outside, holding what looks like a buggy whip. She is wearing the sumptiously embroidered dress and another huge picture hat covered with what probably are ostrich plumes. A portion of the upper right corner has been clipped off. $10.00

 

 

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38-2354 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN EITEL FRIEDRICH. This postcard shows Prinzessin Eitel Friedrich (1879-1964). She was born Sophia Charlotte, a Duchess of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. She was married to Prinz Eitel Friedrich (1883-1942) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. It was well known publicly that the marriage was unhappy. Rumors of infidelities by both parties and suggestions that the Prinz was homosexual were rampant. Supposedly, Eitel Friedrich had wanted to divorce Sophia in 1919, but was prevented from doing so by his father. They finally were divorced in 1926. They had no children. She is photographed in profile, wearing a tiara and a pearl choker. Her gown bares her neck and shoulders and is probably a formal ball gown. $15.00

 

 

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38-1270 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She was the Grand Duke of Oldenburg’s daughter. She was the wife of Kaiser Wilhelm’s second son Prinz Eitel Friedrich von Preußen (1883-1942). She is fashionably dressed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1271 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She was the Grand Duke of Oldenburg’s daughter. She was the wife of Kaiser Wilhelm’s second son Prinz Eitel Friedrich von Preußen (1883-1942). She is fashionably dressed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1272 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE CHARLOTTE - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg. She was the Grand Duke of Oldenburg’s daughter. She was the wife of Kaiser Wilhelm’s second son Prinz Eitel Friedrich von Preußen (1883-1942). She is fashionably dressed with one of the largest and most elaborate hats that I have ever seen. $15.00

 

 

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38-1273 POSTCARD - PRINZ EITEL FRIEDRICH OF PRUSSIA. Prinz Eitel Friedrich von Preußen (1883-1942) was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s second son. He is dressed in a hauptmann’s uniform, with the visor cap. $15.00

 

 

 

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Prinz Adalbert & Prinzessin Adelheid

 

38-2212 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. Prinz Adalbert of Prussia was the only one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons who served in the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seated and wearing his uniform. $15.00

 

 

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45-133 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN PRINZ ADALBERT. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. Adalbert was the only son to serve in the Kaiserliche Marine. He is wearing the Marine-Infanterie’s feldgrau uniform, complete with the Schirmmütze. In addition to being a naval officer, he ranked as a Marine-Infanterie Major. This provides a wonderful uniform study for the evolution of what had been the See-Bataillon. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

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38-2415 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia. He was the only one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons who entered the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen here in uniform, complete with a Black Eagle breast star and dagger. $15.00

 

 

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38-1131 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. Prinz Adalbert of Prussia was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son with an active career in the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen here in uniform, with the ribbon for a 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class in his buttonhole. He is also wearing a Black Eagle Breast Star, and a Navy dagger. $20.00

 

 

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38-2531 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - THE KAISERIN - HIS WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert, his mother Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria, and his wife, Prinzessin Adelheid. The postcard was produced to benefit war aid. A message appears below each of the three royals, as does each one’s reproduction signature. Adalbert is dressed in a naval officer’s uniform. The postcard was mailed. $ 15.00

 

 

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38-2532 WIFE - PRINZ ADALBERT. This postcard shows Prinzessin Adelheid. She was the wife of Prinz Adalbert of Prussia, and a former princess of Saxe-Meinigen. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2423 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - MOTHER - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert in a naval officer’s uniform. With him are his mother, the Kaiserin, and his wife. Below them is a dedication alluding to the cause being supported and their reproduced signatures. It was produced and dedicated to raising money for fallen Kaiserliche Marine members. On the reverse it reads "Hiervon fließen der Nationalstiftung für die Hinterbliebenen der im Kriege Gefallenen zu Gunsten der Hinterbliebenen der Deutschen Marine" (Proceeds coming from this National Endowment for Surviving Families of the War Dead [postcard] go to the German Navy’s surviving family members).$15.00

 

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38-2553 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - WIFE PRINCESS ADELHEID. This postcard shows Prince Adalbert and his wife, Princess Adelheid (Addy). The prince is seen in the See-Bataillon’s feldgrau uniform. It is a rare shot. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2554 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ADALBERT. This postcard shows Princess Adelheid (Addy), the wife of Prussia’s Prince Adalbert. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2581 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA - SON PRINZ ADALBERT - WIFE. This postcard shows the Kaiserin, flanked by her son Adalbert and his wife. Adalbert is dressed in his naval uniform. A reproduction signature appears below each of the three royals. The postcard was to benefit war relief for the families of fallen sailors. $15.00

 

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38-2582 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert and his wife. Adalbert is dressed in his See-Bataillon uniform. The postcard was to benefit war relief for the families of fallen sailors. $15.00

 

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45-117 POSTCARD - PRUSSIA’S PRINZ ADALBERT. Prinz Adalbert of Prussia was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. He was the only of the Kaiser’s six sons to serve in the Kaiserliche Marine. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2424 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT WEARING KAISERLICHE YACHT CLUB CAP. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. In this pose he is wearing the Kaiserliche Yacht Club’s visor cap. $15.00

 

 

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38-2425 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son to enter the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen here in an officer’s uniform, with two pet dogs. $15.00

 

 

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38-2426 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son to enter the Kaiserliche Marine. He appears in an officer’s uniform. He is wearing a large assortment of decorations on his tunic. To his left is a portrait of his wife Prinzessin "Ady." $15.00

 

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38-1132 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. Prinz Adalbert of Prussia was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son with an active career in the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen here in uniform prior to the beginning of WW I. He is wearing his Navy dagger. His visor cap and gloves are on a side table. A bend marks the postcard’s upper left corner. On the reverse, we see that it was mailed from Berlin in 1907, soon after Adalbert began his naval career. $20.00

 

 

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38-1599 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA - NAVAL UNIFORM. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. He was the only son that served in the Navy. His other five brothers served in the Army. He is wearing a visor cap and a Breast Star on his tunic, as well as a dagger at his waist. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1917. The Cassel Post Office’s stamp was applied with such force that the stamp can be seen on the obverse! $15.00

 

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38-915 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA -  NAVAL OFFICER’S UNIFORM. This is a good formal portrait of Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948) of Prussia. Adalbert was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s third oldest son. He was the Kaiser’s only son to see service in the Navy, not the Army. He is seen in a naval officer’s uniform with a dress brocade belt and dagger, as well as an officer’s cape. On his tunic is a medal bar and a Black Eagle Breast Order. $20.00

 

 

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38-2078 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia in a naval officer’s uniform. Adalbert was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-1134 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA AND WIFE. Prinz Adalbert of Prussia was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son with an active career in the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen here in uniform, wearing a Navy dagger. His wife is seated beside him. $20.00

 

 

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38-1135 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. Prinz Adalbert of Prussia was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son with an active career in the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen here in uniform, wearing a Black Eagle Breast Star, medal bar, adjutant’s badge, and a Navy dagger. $20.00

 

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38-2364 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRINZESSIN ADELHEID - SON. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). One of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons, he was the only son to serve in the Kaiserliche Marine. He was married to Prinzessin Adelheid of Saxe-Meiningen (1891-1971). The princess is holding Prinzessin Victoria Marina (1917-1981), who married an American lawyer when she grew up. $15.00

 

 

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38-2365 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ADELHEID. This postcard shows Prinzessin Adelheid (1891-1971). She was the wife of Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). One of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons, he was the only son to serve in the Kaiserliche Marine. Adelheid married Prince Adalbert in August 1914 (during the beginning of WWI). Less than a month after their marriage, Prince Adalbert was reported to have been killed in battle in Brussels. It was only a rumor however, and the Prince was unharmed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1274 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ADALBERT - PRINZ ADALBERT von PREUßEN’S WIFE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Adalbert, the wife of Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). Adalbert was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s third son. He was the only one of Wilhelm II’s six sons to pursue a career in the Navy rather than the Army. $15.00

 

 

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45-56 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia (1884-1948). He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s five sons. He was the only son who entered the Kaiserliche Marine. This was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-57 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia (1884-1948). He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s five sons. He was the only son who entered the Kaiserliche Marine. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-58 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT AND WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert of Prussia (1884-1948). He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s five sons. He was the only son who entered the Kaiserliche Marine. He is seen with his wife, Adelheid. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-59 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT’S WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948) of Prussia’s wife, Adelheid. He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s five sons. He was the only son who entered the Kaiserliche Marine. This was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1275 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ADALBERT - PRINZ ADALBERT von PREUßEN’S WIFE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Adalbert, the wife of Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). Adalbert was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s third son. He was the only one of Wilhelm II’s six sons to pursue a career in the Navy rather than the Army. $15.00

 

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38-1276 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT von PREUßEN. This postcard depicts Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). Adalbert was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s third son. He was the only one of Wilhelm II’s six sons to pursue a career in the Navy rather than the Army. Here, he is wearing a naval officer’s uniform. $15.00

 

 

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38-1279 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT von PREUßEN. This postcard depicts Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). Adalbert was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s third son. He was the only one of Wilhelm II’s six sons to pursue a career in the Navy rather than the Army. On this card he is seated wearing a naval officer’s uniform, accompanied by two faithful dogs. $15.00

 

 

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38-1795 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - TRENCHES. Prinz Adalbert was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He was the only son who joined the Navy. In this scene he is in the uniform of a See-Bataillon officer. He is surrounded by other officers and men of the See-Bataillon in a trench. I am sure this trench was well behind the front lines! The Prince even wears a Breast Star. $20.00

 

 

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38-1280 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT von PREUßEN. This postcard depicts Prinz Adalbert (1884-1948). Adalbert was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s third son. He was the only one of Wilhelm II’s six sons to pursue a career in the Navy rather than the Army. On this card he is seated, wearing a suit. $15.00

 

 

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38-2036 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARINA DAUGHTER - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Princess Victoria Marina of Prussia. She was born in 1917. She was Prince Adalbert’s daughter. He was a son of Kaiser Wilhelm II. $15.00

 

 

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38-2037 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARINA DAUGHTER - PRINZ ADALBERT - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Princess Victoria Marina of Prussia. She was born in 1917. She was Prince Adalbert’s daughter. He was a son of Kaiser Wilhelm II.$15.00

 

 

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Prinz Oskar & Gräfin Ina-Marie von Ruppin

 

38-903 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar (1888-1958) of Prussia. He was the fifth of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen in a M-1915 feldbluse for 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. He is wearing a neck order, breast star, etc. $20.00

 

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38-2444 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons, Prinz Oskar (1888-1958). The pose dates from WW I. He is wearing an overcoat with the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class ribbon in its buttonhole. $15.00

 

 

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38-2433 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE. Prinz Oskar was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen here during WW I with his wife, Gräfin Ina-Marie von Ruppin. He is wearing both the 1st and 2nd Class 1914 Iron Crosses. $15.00

 

 

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45-200 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND HIS WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia and his wife. Oskar’s father, Kaiser Wilhelm II, opposed the marriage because she did not come from a proper royal family. She was never afforded the title of Princess, and instead was given the title of Gräffin (Countess). It spite of that, the couple appeared to be quite happy. [Kaiser Wilhelm also opposed Crown Prince Wilhelm eldest son’s marriage (he was also named Wilhelm). Again, the young man followed his heart and married the woman of his choice rather than whom his grandfather wanted. The younger Wilhelm was an army member and was killed fighting in France during 1940].
This photo was from WW I, as Prinz Oskar displays 1st and 2nd Class Iron Crosses on his tunic. He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed.
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45-201 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND HIS WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia and his wife. They are standing in a garden. He is dressed in an überrock. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-202 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND HIS WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia and his wife. They are standing in a garden. He is dressed in an überrock. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-203 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND HIS WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia and his wife. They are standing in a garden. He is dressed in an überrock. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-204 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND HIS WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia and his wife. They are standing in a garden. He is dressed in an überrock. He is also wearing a Schirmmütze. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-205 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia, his wife, and four children. They are all in casual clothing. From the looks of it, the photograph was taken after WW I. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-206 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR IN 1. GARDE-REGIMENT zu FUß’s DRESS UNIFORM. This is a wonderful postcard showcasing Prussia’s Prinz Oskar. He is dressed in a 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß leutnant’s full dress uniform, including the regiment’s mitre. He also wears a kette around his neck, a breast star, a Kaiser Wilhelm II adjutant’s badge, and a medal bar. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-207 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR IN WW I UNIFORM. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia in a feldgrau uniform (feldbluse) and Schirmmütze. He has several decorations pinned to his tunic, including a Black Eagle Breast Star and a 1914 iron Cross 1st Class. He also has a large ribbon bar. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-208 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG PRINZ OSKAR WITH YOUNGER BROTHER AND SISTER. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Oskar and his brother Prinz Joachim. Both youngsters are dressed in kilts representing a Scottish regiment or organization. Standing with the two boys is a very young Prinzessin Viktoria Luise. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-209 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND TWO OLDER BROTHERS. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Oskar, with his two older brothers, Prinz Adalbert, and Prinz August Wilhelm. Prinz Oskar is so young that he was dressed much like a girl, as was the custom of the day. He has very long hair and wears what today we would consider a dress. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2701 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - FAMILY. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar and his young family. This postcard was produced by Gustav Liersch. A rubber stamp from that firm is on the reverse. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2416 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA - CHILDREN. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar, who was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is in a business suit with his three young children gathered around him. $15.00

 

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38-1435 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSCAR - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s fifth son, Prinz Oscar (1888-1958). He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s parade uniform. He is wearing the regiment’s mitre, and a multitude of collars, breast stars, medals, etc. The postcard was mailed in 1909. $15.00

 

 

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38-2555 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE. This postcard shows Prince Oskar of Prussia and his wife. He is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2556 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE. This postcard shows Prince Oskar of Prussia and his wife. He is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2557 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE. This postcard shows Prince Oskar of Prussia and his wife. He is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2558 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE. This postcard shows Prince Oskar of Prussia and his wife. He is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2559 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE. This postcard shows Prince Oskar of Prussia and his wife. He is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-904 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar (1888-1958) of Prussia. He was the fifth of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen in a M-1915 feldbluse for 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. He is wearing a neck order, breast star, etc. $20.00

 

 

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38-905 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard show Prinz Oskar of Prussia, along with his wife. He is wearing the M-1910 feldgrau tunic of 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. On his tunic he is wearing the 1914 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class. $20.00

 

 

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45-115 POSTCARD - PRUSSIA’S PRINZ OSKAR AND FAMILY. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son, Prinz Oskar of Prussia. He appears with his wife and infant son. The postcard is dated and was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-116 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR OF PRUSSIA’S WIFE AND THREE YOUNG CHILDREN. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar’s young wife (Oskar was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons). She has their three children gathered about her. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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45-53 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR AND WIFE. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons, Prinz Oskar (1888-1958). He appears with his young bride, Gräffin Ina von Ruppin. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-54 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR’S WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar (1888-1858) of Prussia’s wife. She was officially known as Gräffin Ina von Ruppin. Wilhelm II was not happy with his son’s choice, because she was not placed high enough among German royalty. Oskar proceeded with the marriage anyway. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-55 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR’S WIFE AND CHILDREN. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar (1888-1858) of Prussia’s wife along with two of their sons. She was officially known as Gräffin Ina von Ruppin. Wilhelm II was not happy with his son’s choice, because she was not placed high enough among German royalty. Oskar proceeded with the marriage anyway. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2216 POSTCARD - PRINCESS HERZELEIDE’S WEDDING - HOUSE HOHENZOLLERN. This is an interesting portrait which depicts the various Hohenzollern princes and princesses from 1935 through 1945. It shows them attending the marriage of Prussian Princess Herzeleide. She was Prince Oskar’s daughter. Oskar (1888–1958) was Wilhelm II’s fifth son. Herzeleide married Prince Karl Biron von Curland (1907-1982) in Potsdam on the 15 August 1938. A number of the younger men are in period German Army uniforms. $15.00

 

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38-97 GUSTAV LIERSCH POSTCARD Nr 1629 - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA. This is an interesting pose of Prinz Oskar of Prussia. Oskar was another of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. He is wearing the uniform of a leutnant and the pickelhaube of an officer in 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. This photo was taken well before the beginning of WW I. $15.00  

 

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38-906 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE - SON - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia (1888-1958). He is with his wife and infant child. $20.00

 

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38-2636 POSTCARD - PRINZ OSKAR - WIFE GRÄFIN INA von RUPPIN. This postcard shows Prinz Oskar of Prussia (1888-1958) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. Beside him is his wife, Gräfin Ina von Ruppin. Prinz Oskar is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. He also wears the 1914 Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2360 POSTCARD - GRÄFIN INA MARIE. This postcard shows the Gräfin Ina Marie Rupin (1888-1973). She was married to Prinz Oskar (1888-1958), one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. She was the Countess von Bassewitz when she married Oskar. Her marriage to Oskar thus was morgantic, meaning neither she nor her children could become full-fledged princesses or princes. Instead, she was created Gräfin Ina Marie von Rupin. In 1920 she was named a princess with its full rank and privileges. Her children were granted these rights, as well. $15.00

 

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Prinz Joachim & Prinzessin Marie Auguste

 

45-137 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM AND SON. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son, Prinz Joachim. Joachim is holding his son Prinz Karl Franz Joseph. Prinz Joachim is wearing 1. Leib-Husaren-Regiment Nr 1's feldgrau uniform. He later committed suicide in 1920. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1547 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM von PREUßEN. This postcard shows Prinz Joachim of Prussia. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. He killed himself in 1920, after his divorce and continuing inability to adjust to his father’s and brother’s (Kronprinz Wilhelm) abdications. He is seen in this postcard wearing a Husaren officer’s feldgrau uniform. He has a 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class looped to his attila. The postcard was mailed in February 1918. $15.00

 

 

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38-2560 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - WIFE PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince Joachim and his wife, Princess Marie Auguste. He is in unfirm. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2034 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LOUISE - CHILDREN - KAISER WILHELM II. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s two youngest children. They are Prinz Viktoria Luise (1892-1980) and Prinz Joachim (1890-1920). Viktoria Luise married Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. Joachim became despondent in 1920 after the fall of the monarchy in Germany and his divorce. In the pose, their heads are together. $15.00

 

 

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38-909 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard showing Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. He is seen in a feldgrau attila, with an Iron Cross 2nd Class pinned to his chest. Joachim committed suicide in 1920, after his father’s abdication in 1918 and his own divorce. $20.00

 

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38-910 POSTCARD PRINZ JOACHIM - PRUSSIA AND WIFE PRINZESSIN MARIE AUGUSTE - ANHALT. This is a postcard showing Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, along with his wife, Prinzessin Marie Auguste of Anhalt. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. He is seen in a feldgrau overcoat. Joachim committed suicide in 1920, after his father’s abdication in 1918 and his own divorce. $20.00

 

 

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38-2434 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - BRIDE - PRUSSIA. Prinz Joachim of Prussia was the youngest of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen here with his wife, Princess Marie-Auguste of Anhalt. She later divorced him. Shortly thereafter, in 1920, Joachim killed himself. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2435 PRINZ JOACHIM - SON - PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEF. Prinz Joachim of Prussia was the youngest of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. Here, he is seen holding his son, Prinz Karl Franz Josef. Joachim is dressed in a Hussar’s feldgrau attila. On his tunic we see a Black Eagle Breast Star, 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class, and the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class’s ribbon. $15.00

 

 

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38-1255 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM -  SON - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Joachim of Prussia. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. Joachim is wearing a Hussar’s feldgrau uniform, with a 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class, a 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class ribbon, and the Black eagle Order Breast Star. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1286 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN MARIE-AUGUSTE - PRINZ JOACHIM von PREUßEN’S WIFE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Marie-Auguste of Anhalt (1898-1983). Her husband was Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sixth and youngest son. Prinz Joachim could not reconcile himself with the monarchy’s end. First, his marriage collapsed into divorce. Then, in 1920, he committed suicide. He was only twenty-nine. This postcard of Marie-Auguste is from a (hopefully) happier time before the Empire fell. $15.00

 

 

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38-2335 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. In the photograph she is seated at a table that holds a pair of white evening gloves, pensively staring off-camera. $15.00

 

 

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38-2336 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The pose finds her seated facing the camera. She is wearing a ruffled, lacy dress and a stylish feathered hat. Her white fur muff is in her lap. $15.00

 

 

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38-2337 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. In this shot she is standing in a coat with flower-embroidered cuffs and an ermine stole. Her hands are inside the matching ermine muff, and she sports her stylish feathered chapeau. $15.00

 

 

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38-2338 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. She is seated in a close-in, three-quartered pose, still wearing her elaborately flower-embroidered coat with ruched edging around the collar and cuffs. Her ermine muff is just visible in the postcard’s lower left corner. $15.00

 

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38-2339 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. She is wearing a high-necked, long-sleeved, embroidered lace blouse beneath a low-cut silk or satin pinafore. She is holding her ermine stole and wearing her feather-topped picture hat. $15.00

 

 

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38-2340 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. She is wearing a high-necked, long-sleeved, embroidered lace blouse beneath a low-cut silk or satin pinafore. She is holding her ermine stole and wearing her feather-topped picture hat. $15.00

 

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38-2451 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - PRUSSIA. This postcard is of Prinz Joachim of Prussia (1890-1920). He was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2452 PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE - ANHALT - PRINCE JOACHIM’S WIFE. This postcard is of Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. She was married to Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son(1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

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38-2453 POSTCARD - PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE - ANHALT - PRINCE JOACHIM’S WIFE. This postcard is of Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. She was married to Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son(1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2455 POSTCARD - PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE - ANHALT - PRINCE JOACHIM’S WIFE. This postcard is of Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. She was married to Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son(1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

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38-2456 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - WIFE PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE. This postcard is of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) and his wife, Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) youngest son. $15.00

 

 

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38-2457 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM - WIFE PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE. This postcard is of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) and his wife, Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) youngest son. $15.00

 

 

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38-2341 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM - SON - PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The little prince looks adorable in his frilly baby’s dress. $15.00

 

 

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38-2342 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM - SON - PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The little prince looks adorable in his frilly baby’s dress. The postcard’s reverse has two newspaper clippings attached to it. One shows Joachim with his young son, who is either three or four-years-old. Its caption reads "Letzte Aufnahme des Prinzen Joachim von Preußen, der sich das Leben nahm, mit seinem Sohne" (Last photo of Prince Joachim of Prussia, who took his own life, with his son). The second clipping is a head shot of Marie Auguste, with the caption "Prinzessin Joachim von Preußen hat sich unlängst mit dem Ritterguts-besitzer Bienert verheiratet" (Princess Joachim of Prussia has recently married the noble estate owner Bienert). [We have been unable to translate Bienert]. Someone has written the year "1925" on this clipping, as well as identifying her as "witwe" (widow) and something else we cannot decipher. $15.00

 

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38-2343 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM - SON - PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The baby looks as though he is in his christening gown. $15.00

 

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38-2344 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM - SON - PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH. This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. Her son appears to be at least one year old. $15.00

 

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38-2213 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN JOACHIM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the wife of Prince Joachim of Prussia. He was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. After Germany’s WW I defeat and his divorce from his wife, Joachim killed himself. $15.00

 

 

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38-2035 PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH - SON - PRINZ JOACHIM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prince Karl Franz Joseph, the son of Prinz Joachim of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1256 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM’S WIFE - YOUNG SON - PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows young Prinz Karl Franz Joseph in the arms of his mother, Prinz Joachim of Prussia’s wife. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

 

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38-1249 POSTCARD - PRINZ JOACHIM’S WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Joachim of Prussia’s wife. She is also Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter-in-law. $15.00

 

 

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Prinz August Wilhelm/Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria & Sons

 

 

45-263 PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND SON POSTCARD - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons, August Wilhelm. The elder Prinz is seen in a 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß uniform and pickelhaube. The postcard is in excellent condition. It was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2398 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons, Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife. The postcard’s lower left corner has been clipped. It is offered at a bargain price taking into consideration the damage. $5.00

 

 

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45-134 POSTCARD - PRINCESS AUGUST WILHELM AND FRAU von HINDENBURG. This postcard shows Prince August Wilhelm’s wife accompanied by Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg’s wife. The two ladies are walking down a row of saluting officers. The photograph provides an extensive study of many different officers’ uniforms. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

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45-135 POSTCARD - PRINCESS AUGUST WILHELM RIDING IN A CARRIAGE. This is a postcard that shows the wife of in a royal coach. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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45-136 POSTCARD - PRINCESS AUGUST WILHELM RIDING IN A CARRIAGE. This is a postcard that shows Prince August Wilhelm’s wife riding in a royal coach. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-1424 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm’s fourth son, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) and his wife Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2533 PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia (1887-1945) and his wife, the former Princess Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. August Wilhelm was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. The Kaiserin also hailed from Schleswig-Holstein. The postcard was mailed in 1909. $15.00

 

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45-210 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRIA VICTORIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife, Prinzessin Alexandra Victoria. He is dressed in an oberleutnant’s uniform. The prinzessin is seated on a bench, with two very cute English Bulldogs beside her. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

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45-211 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRIA VICTORIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife, Prinzessin Alexandra Victoria. They are casually dressed and seen outdoors. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-212 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRIA VICTORIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife, Prinzessin Alexandra Victoria. He is dressed in a military uniform. They are indoors. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-213 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRIA VICTORIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife, Prinzessin Alexandra Victoria. He is dressed in a military uniform. They are indoors. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-214 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRIA VICTORIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife, Prinzessin Alexandra Victoria. He is dressed in a military uniform, with medals and decorations. They are seen indoors. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-216 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia. He is wearing a 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß mantle, as well as its pickelhaube. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1755 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON -  PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia. He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen in this photograph with his son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. August Wilhelm is in uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-49 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1948) and his wife. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-50 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1948) and his wife. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-51 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1948) and his wife. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-52 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1948). The young prince is in an automobile with a senior officer and two women in the back. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2507 POSTCARD - PRINCESS ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard is of Princess Alexandra Victoria, the wife of Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia. He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-2583 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - FAMILY. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm, his wife and son. The elder Prinz is dressed in uniform, with a Breast Star. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-108 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son, Prinz August Wilhelm. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-109 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND DISTINGUISHED GUESTS. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm seated at a dinner table with many guests. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-110 POSTCARD OF PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND THREE GUESTS. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son, Prinz August Wilhelm, with three other men seated on a building’s steps. $15.00
 

 

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45-112 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VICTORIA - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm’s (son of Kaiser Wilhelm II) wife. The postcard is dated 1913 and was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2584 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON. This postcard shows a uniformed Prinz Wilhelm with his young son. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2585 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife. He is dressed in uniform, wearing an überrock. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2586 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON. This postcard shows Prinz Wilhelm and his son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2635 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This is a postcard of Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. With him is his wife, Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (Schleswig-Holstein). The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2587 POSTCARD - KAISERIN AUGUSTA VIKTORIA - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows the Kaiserin between two of her children, Prinz August Wilhelm and Prinzessin Viktoria Luise. He is wearing a riding habit. $15.00

 

 

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38-2561 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm and his wife, Princess Alexandra Viktoria. He is dressed in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2562 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm and his wife, Princess Alexandra Viktoria. He is dressed in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2563 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm and his wife, Princess Alexandra Viktoria. He is dressed in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2564 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - SON PRINCE ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm and his wife, Princess Alexandra Viktoria, along with their young son, Prince Alexander Ferdinand. August Wilhelm is dressed in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2565 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON PRINCE ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm and his son, Prince Alexander Ferdinand. The elder prince is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2566 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - WIFE - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows the wife of Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm, Princess Alexandra Viktoria. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2567 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - WIFE - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows the wife of Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm, Princess Alexandra Viktoria. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2568 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - WIFE - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM. This postcard shows the wife of Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm, Princess Alexandra Viktoria. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2569 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - WIFE - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows the wife of Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm, Princess Alexandra Viktoria, and her son, Prince Alexander Ferdinand. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2702 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife. This postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2703 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife. This postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2704 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm and his wife. This postcard was mailed in 1909. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2705 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - FAMILY. This postcard shows Prince August Wilhelm, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen with his wife and young son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2706 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - FAMILY. This postcard shows Prince August Wilhelm, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen with his wife and young son. The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2570 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - WIFE - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows the wife of Prussia’s Prince August Wilhelm, Princess Alexandra Viktoria, and her son, Prince Alexander Ferdinand. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2571 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - SON - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prince Alexander Ferdinand, Prince August Wilhelm’ son. He, in turn, was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2572 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - SON - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prince Alexander Ferdinand, Prince August Wilhelm’ son. He, in turn, was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2573 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - SON - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM OF PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prince Alexander Ferdinand, Prince August Wilhelm’ son. He, in turn, was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2508 POSTCARD - PRINCESS ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard is of Princess Alexandra Victoria, the wife of Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia. He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-2509 POSTCARD - PRINCESS ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA - SON. This postcard is of Princess Alexandra Victoria, the wife of Prince August Wilhelm of Prussia, and her baby son. He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. $15.00

 

 

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38-1545 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - FAMILY- PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia, with his wife and son. Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son is seen in the wartime uniform of the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. The postcard was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916. A very slight bleed-through of the stamp from the obverse shows on the reverse. $12.00
 

 

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38-1425 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm’s fourth son, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) and his wife Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). $15.00

 

 

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38-2446 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949). August Wilhelm is in uniform, wearing a Black Eagle Order Breast Star. He is holding his young son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). $15.00

 

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38-2447 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949). August Wilhelm is in uniform, wearing a Black Eagle Order Breast Star. He is holding his young son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). $15.00

 

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38-2448 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). He was Prinz August Wilhelm’s (1887-1949) son, and the grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916. $15.00

 

 

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38-2449 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND OF PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). He was Prinz August Wilhelm’s (1887-1949) son, and the grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941). This postcard was mailed in 1916. A slight bend affects the postcard’s lower right corner. $12.00

 

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38-2450 POSTCARD - HERZOGIN KAROLINE MATHILDE OF SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN AND PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND OF PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Herzogin Karoline Mathilde of Schleswig-Holstein and her grandson, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985) of Prussia. He was the son of Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), and the grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941). $15.00

 

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38-1426 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - WIFE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm’s fourth son, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) and his wife Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). He is in the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. Please note his breast star. He is also wearing a medal bar sporting a Red Eagle Order 3rd Class with Crown. $15.00

 

 

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38-1430 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm’s fourth son, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949). He is in the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. He is wearing a medal bar with a Red Eagle Order 3rd Class and a Breast Star, which appears to be for the Black Eagle Order. All Hohenzollern Princes were invested with the order. $15.00

 

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38-1571 PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND von PREUßEN. This postcard shows Prussian Prinz August Wilhelm’s infant son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. August Wilhelm was a son of Kaiser Wilhelm II. $15.00

 

 

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38-1431 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm’s fourth son, Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), holding his oldest son. He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. He is also wearing the very elite regiment’s pickelhaube. $15.00

 

 

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38-1477 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - PRUSSIA AND WIFE. This postcard shows a very young Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia. (He was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons). He is wearing the 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß’s uniform. He is wearing a medal bar and breast star. He is with his equally young wife. $15.00

 

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38-1478 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - SON. Prinz August Wilhelm was one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is wearing a suit and holding his son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1433 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Alexander of Prussia (1912-1985). He was the only son of Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia and his wife, Alexandra Victoria. He is in uniform here. He makes a handsome young soldier! $15.00

 

 

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38-1434 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Alexander of Prussia (1912-1985). He was the only son of Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia and his wife, Alexandra Victoria. $15.00

 

 

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38-2276 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2361 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & YOUNG SON. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957), Prinz August Wilhelm’s (1887-1949) wife. Alexandra was a great favorite of her mother-in-law's, (especially since the Kaiserin was also her aunt). The couple’s Potsdam residence developed into a meeting place for artists and scholars. During the First World War, August Wilhelm was made the district administrator of the Ruppin district. His personal adjutant Hans Georg von Mackensen, a close friend since his youth, played an important role in his life. His rumored homosexual tendencies contributed to his marriage’s failure. He and Alexandra Viktoria did not undertake a formal divorce at that time, however, due to Kaiser Wilhelm II’s opposition. After the war’s end, the couple separated, then formally divorced in March 1920. August Wilhelm was awarded custody of their son. [August Wilhelm joined the Nazi party in 1930 and was a high official in the SA. He was known as the "Brown Prince"]. Seen with the princess is her son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). Her signature is reproduced on the postcard’s bottom. The reverse sports a reproduction of her written support for the Red Cross. $15.00

 

 

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38-2362 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957), Prinz August Wilhelm’s (1887-1949) wife. Alexandra was a great favorite of her mother-in-law's, (especially since the Kaiserin was also her aunt). The couple’s Potsdam residence developed into a meeting place for artists and scholars. During the First World War, August Wilhelm was made the district administrator of the Ruppin district. His personal adjutant Hans Georg von Mackensen, a close friend since his youth, played an important role in his life. His rumored homosexual tendencies contributed to his marriage’s failure. He and Alexandra Viktoria did not undertake a formal divorce at that time, however, due to Kaiser Wilhelm II’s opposition. After the war’s end, the couple separated, then formally divorced in March 1920. August Wilhelm was awarded custody of their son. [August Wilhelm joined the Nazi party in 1930 and was a high official in the SA. He was known as the "Brown Prince"]. Seen with the princess is her son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). Her signature is reproduced on the postcard’s bottom. The reverse sports a reproduction of her written support for the Red Cross. $15.00

 

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38-2277 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2278 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2279 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2280 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2281 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2282 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2283 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2284 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2285 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2286 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria alone. $15.00

 

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38-2287 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

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38-2288 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

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38-2289 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

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38-2290 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

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38-2291 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

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38-2292 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

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38-2293 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

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38-2294 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

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38-2295 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

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38-2302 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This is a postcard depicting young Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985), the only son of Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s fourth son. If we offered a young German royals’ "postcard cuteness" prize, this one would win, hands down! The young prince (who I doubt is more than two-years-old) is in full uniform. His long blonde locks cascade down from his visor cap. If ever a photo exhibited the "poster child" for young German boys, this is it! $15.00

 

 

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38-2296 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

 

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38-2297 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. The postcard was produced for the war effort’s benefit. It is so mentioned on the reverse and is dated 1914. It features a reproduction of her signature. $15.00

 

 

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38-2298 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Alexandra Viktoria with her son, Alexander Ferdinand. $15.00

 

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38-2299 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA W/HUSBAND AUGUST WILHELM & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm, Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria, and their son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. This postcard was mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2300 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA W/HUSBAND AUGUST WILHELM & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm, Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria, and their son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. This postcard was mailed. August Wilhelm is wearing a feldgrau uniform. $15.00

 

 

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38-2301 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA W/HUSBAND AUGUST WILHELM & SON ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This postcard shows Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria (1887-1957) of Schleswig-Holstein. She was married to Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s fourth son. They divorced in 1920. August Wilhelm later became a member of the Nazi party and was a high official in the SA. He was often referred to as the "Brown Prince." The couple had one child, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand (1912-1985). This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm, Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria, and their son, Prinz Alexander Ferdinand. This postcard was mailed. August Wilhelm is wearing a feldgrau uniform. $15.00

 

 

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38-1282 POSTCARD - SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN’S PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard features Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). She hailed from the same royal family as did her mother-in-law, Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. Her husband was Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s fourth son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1283 POSTCARD - SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN’S PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard features Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). She hailed from the same royal family as did her mother-in-law, Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. Her husband was Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s fourth son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1284 POSTCARD - SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN’S PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard features Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). She hailed from the same royal family as did her mother-in-law, Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. Her husband was Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s fourth son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1285 POSTCARD - SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN’S PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRA VIKTORIA. This postcard features Prinzessin Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1887-1957). She hailed from the same royal family as did her mother-in-law, Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria. Her husband was Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s fourth son. $15.00

 

 

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38-912 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) of Prussia. He is seen wearing a tunic with a medal bar and a Black Eagle Breast Star. He was involved with the Nazi Party in the 1930's, much to his family’s displeasure. $20.00

 

 

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38-1247 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM & WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz August Wilhelm, one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons, and his wife. August Wilhelm is wearing a military uniform, while his wife is stylishly dressed with a jaunty hat. Two of their English Bulldogs are with them. $15.00

 

 

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38-1258 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM W/WIFE & SON - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the wife and young son of Prinz August Wilhelm of Prussia. He was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-913 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM W/WIFE - PRUSSIA . This is a postcard of Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) of Prussia and his wife, Alexandra Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. She came from the same royal family as her mother-in-law, Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria. He was involved with the Nazi Party in the 1930's, much to his family’s displeasure. $20.00

 

 

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45-73 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM AND FAMILY. This postcard shows one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons, Prinz August Wilhelm. He is seen in this wartime photograph wearing an officer’s uniform. He has a ribbon for the 1914 EK 2 along with a substantial ribbon bar. His wife and young son appear with him. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-914 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM & OLDEST SON - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Prinz August Wilhelm (1887-1949) of Prussia and his oldest son. He is seen wearing a tunic with a medal bar and a Black Eagle Breast Star, along with a pickelhaube. He was involved with the Nazi Party in the 1930's, much to his family’s displeasure. $20.00

 

 

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38-1252 POSTCARD - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the infant Prinz Alexander Ferdinand of Prussia. He was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son and Kaiser Wilhelm II’s grandson. $15.00

 

 

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38-578 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard showing Prinz August of Prussia. The pose comes from the noted oil painting of the prince by Kruger. $10.00  

 

 

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38-1945 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SON - PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Alexander Ferdinand, who was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1946 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Alexander Ferdinand, who was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1947 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Alexander Ferdinand, who was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1948 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SON PRINZ ALEXANDER FERDINAND. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Alexander Ferdinand, who was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son holding a teddy bear. This was a recent development from President Teddy Roosevelt. $15.00

 

 

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38-1949 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SON PRINZ HUBERTUS. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Hubertus, who was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1950 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SON PRINZ HUBERTUS. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Hubertus, who was Prinz August Wilhelm’s son. $15.00

 

 

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38-1951 POSTCARD - PRINZ AUGUST WILHELM’S SONS PRINZ HUBERTUS & PRINZ FRIEDRICH. This is a postcard that shows Prinz Hubertus and Prinz Friedrich, Prinz August Wilhelm’s sons. $15.00

 

 

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Prinz Heinrich/Prinzessin Irene and Sons

 

45-132 POSTCARD - PRUSSIAN PRINZ HEINRICH. This postcard shows the Kaiser’s younger brother, Prinz Heinrich, in profile. He is wearing a Grand Admiral’s uniform, complete with the Orden Pour le Mérite at his neck. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-219 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH DRIVING AN AUTOMOBILE. This postcard shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia driving an automobile. Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, and one of Germany’s most-popular royals. He is seen here at an event in Lübeck. Heinrich was a supporter of aviation and automobiles in Germany well before WW I. He continued to have some involvement with automobiles after the war. He was also an inventor. The postcard mailed in 1907. $15.00 

 

 

 

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45-217 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH AND HIS FAMILY. This postcard shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia and his family. Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, and one of Germany’s most-popular royals. He is wearing a großadmiral’s uniform. He is seated with his wife. Their two sons appear with them. One served in the Army and the other in the Navy. The photograph was taken during WW I. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

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45-218 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH AND HIS FAMILY. This postcard shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia and his family. Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, and one of Germany’s most-popular royals. He has been photographed wearing civilian attire in a garden. He is seated with his wife and their two young sons. One served in the Army and the other in the Navy during WW I. The photograph was taken during WW I. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

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45-72 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH AND FAMILY. This postcard shows Prince Heinrich of Prussia, his wife, and two sons. It is a pre war photograph. Heinrich was very popular with the German people as he was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-01 PRINZ HEINRICH - PREUßEN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, Prinz Heinrich. Heinrich was one of the Kaiserliche Marine’s six großadmirals. During WW I, he commanded the German fleet in the Baltic against the Russians. Here, he is shown from the waist up in the Kaiserliche Marine’s gala admiral’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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45-02 PRINZ HEINRICH - PREUßEN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, Prinz Heinrich. Heinrich was one of the Kaiserliche Marine’s six großadmirals. During WW I, he commanded the German fleet in the Baltic against the Russians. Here, he is shown from the chest up in the Kaiserliche Marine’s gala admiral’s uniform. Below his image is a message from Prinz Heinrich, along with a reproduction signature. It is dated 1914. The reverse reveals the postcard was produced for the German Red Cross’s benefit. We further see that it was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $15.00

 

 


 

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45-03 PRINZ HEINRICH - PREUßEN. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother, Prinz Heinrich. Heinrich was one of the Kaiserliche Marine’s six großadmirals. During WW I, he commanded the German fleet in the Baltic against the Russians. In this postcard he is wearing the Royal Motor Club’s uniform. [Interestingly, the organization had its own dagger, very similar to a naval dagger]. The postcard was mailed from Hannover in 1912. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-1125 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH - PRUSSIA. This pose is from a charcoal sketch of Prinz Heinrich of Prussia (1862-1929). Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. He was a Großadmiral in the Kaiserliche Marine. $20.00

 

 

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38-2657 COLOR POSTCARD - GROßADMIRAL PRINZ HEINRICH - PRUSSIA. This is an intriguing color postcard that features Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother Heinrich, Großadmiral and Prince of Prussia (1862-1929). Heinrich was one of the Kaiserliche Marine’s six großadmirals during its existence. Here, Heinrich appears resplendent in his gala uniform, complete with all his bestowed orders and decorations. His portrait is small and contained within a laurel leaf wreath. The portrait is inserted within a painting by Professor Willy Stöwer, one of Germany’s most famous naval painters at the time. The painting features the fleet’s flagship, the S.M.S. Deutschland, at Kiel. Please note: below Prinz Heinrich’s portrait is his flag denoting he is an admiral, AND a flag proclaiming him a House of Hohenzollern prince. The latter flag was flown on any vessel on which a prince traveled. [We currently are offering such a flag on our FLAG MERCHANDISE PAGE, ROYALTY MERCHANDISE PAGE, and NAVY MERCHANDISE PAGE. Click on any of these three page titles to see it]. Finally, the postcard displays the reproduction signatures of Prinz Heinrich and two other personages. It was not mailed. $25.00

 

 

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38-2536 PRINZ HEINRICH - WIFE. This postcard shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia (1862-1929) and his wife, Princess Irene (1866-1953) of Hesse by Rhine. He is dressed in a Navy admiral’s uniform. He was one of only six großadmirals ever created in the Kaiserliche Marine. The postcard was produced to benefit a children’s hospital, a special charity of the Prince. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

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38-1640 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH - GROßADMIRAL’S UNIFORM. This is a very smart-looking color postcard of Prinz Heinrich of Preußen, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. He is wearing a großadmiral’s gala uniform. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2665 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH OF PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia in a charcoal or ink sketch. Prinz Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. Heinrich was one of the six großadmiral’s created by the Kaiserliche Marine. He commanded the German Navy in the Baltic against the Russians during WW I. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916. $15.00

 

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38-1126 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH - PRUSSIA. This pose is from a charcoal sketch of Prinz Heinrich of Prussia (1862-1929). Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. He was a Großadmiral in the Kaiserliche Marine. At the postcard’s bottom are a reproduced 1916 message and signature from Großadmiral Prinz Heinrich. He is wearing a PLM at his throat. $20.00

 

 

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38-1129 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH - PRUSSIA. This pose is from a color painting of Prinz Heinrich of Prussia (1862-1929). Heinrich was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. He was a Großadmiral in the Kaiserliche Marine. In this pose he is wearing an admiral’s uniform. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-231  POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH - GROßADMIRAL’S UNIFORM - VON HINDENBURG. This is a postcard, NPG Nr 5349, that shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia (the younger brother of Kaiser Wilhelm II) in the uniform of a Großadmiral, shaking hands with Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg. $20.00 

 

 

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38-1966 POSTCARD - PRINZ HEINRICH - FAMILY. This postcard shows Prinz Heinrich of Prussia, his wife, and two sons. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2026 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD’S WIFE - PRUSSIA - SON PRINZ FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD. This postcard shows the wife of Prinz Friedrich Leopold of Prussia and her son, who carried his father’s name. $15.00

 

 

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38-2432 PRINZESSIN IRENE - WIFE - PRINZ HEINRICH - PRUSSIA. Princess Irene of Hesse and by Rhine (Irene Luise Maria Anna) (1866 - 1953) was the third child and third daughter of Princess Alice of the United Kingdom and Ludwig IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine. Her maternal grandparents were Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Prince Albert. She was married to Prinz Heinrich of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s younger brother. $15.00

 

 

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Fürst (Prince) Otto von Bismarck

 

38-2399 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. Otto von Bismarck played one of the greatest roles in Germany’s history. He served as Chancellor to all the Kaisers. His nickname was the "Iron Chancellor." He was a master politician and played a key role in both Prussia and Germany’s growth. In the photograph he is in a Küraßier’s uniform, including the spiked helmet. A reproduction autograph appears at the postcard’s bottom. $15.00

 

 

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38-2418 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This is a postcard of the "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898). Bismarck was the Chancellor under three Kaisers. Politically, he was a key ingredient in the growth (and power) of first Prussia as a kingdom, then Germany as a nation. In this photograph, he appears to be wearing a civilian overcoat. On his head he wears a Küraßier’s helmet. While not formally a military man, he did have involvement. He was a general in the Prussian Army and was considered an à la suite officer. $15.00

 

 

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38-2419 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This is a postcard of the "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898). Bismarck was the Chancellor under three Kaisers. Politically, he was a key ingredient in the growth (and power) of first Prussia as a kingdom, then Germany as a nation. In this photograph he appears in a Küraßier’s uniform and Schirmmütze. While not formally a military man, he did have involvement. He was a general in the Prussian Army and was considered an à la suite officer. The pose is dated about 1890. The postcard was mailed in 1915. The postcard was produced during WW I to benefit the German Red Cross. Even fifteen plus years after his death von Bismarck remained a German hero. This still proved true during WW II, when the battleship "Bismarck" was named after him. $15.00

 

 

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38-2420 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This is a postcard of the "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898). Bismarck was the Chancellor under three Kaisers. Politically, he was a key ingredient in the growth (and power) of first Prussia as a kingdom, then Germany as a nation. In this photograph he is seen in monument form in Berlin after his death. On this type of postcard the message was intended to be written on the obverse, while the reverse was reserved for the address. It was mailed in 1901. $15.00

 

 

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38-2476 COLOR POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This color postcard shows Otto von Bismarck, "The Iron Chancellor." He is seen in a Küraßier officer’s uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2611 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This is a postcard that shows Prince Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) and his family home at Friedrichsruh. Bismarck served as Chancellor to three German Kaisers. He was known as "The Iron Chancellor." Von Bismarck led Prussia, then the German Empire to a position as a European and world power before he was dismissed in the 1880's by Kaiser Wilhelm II (their personalities clashed). The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-946 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. Otto von Bismarck (1813-1898) is one of German history’s leading political figures. He became Germany’s first Chancellor in 1871, after Prussia’s King Wilhelm I was crowned Germany’s first Kaiser. Bismarck was greatly involved in Germany’s unification, as She worked her way through the unification wars of 1864 and 1866, and the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War, which was the final step. He was a master of foreign policy. He was also at the forefront of social welfare changes made in Germany. He was retired from his post in 1890 by Kaiser Wilhelm II. This followed Wilhelm’s 1888 assumption of the throne, after the deaths of his grandfather, Wilhelm I, and his father, Friedrich III. Wilhelm II and von Bismarck had monumental differences regarding the future role of Germany’s foreign policy. A key difference was Wilhelm II’s desire to expand Germany’s overseas colonies. Bismarck felt strongly that this would bring Germany into conflict with other European powers, especially Great Britain. The last five years of von Bismarck’s life were relatively quiet. This pose shows him in retirement at some point after 1890. $15.00

 

 

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38-1377 OVERSIZED COLOR POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK - KÜRAßIER UNIFORM. This is a full-color postcard of Otto von Bismarck. It is larger than a typical postcard, measuring 5 3/4" x 3 3/4." It is interesting that von Bismarck is wearing a Küraßier-Regiment officer’s uniform. He is wearing a küraß over his tunic. He is also wearing a Küraßier officer’s helmet. $20.00

 

 

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38-1386 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This postcard depicts "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck in retirement. He is dressed in regional dress of a country gentleman. $15.00

 

 

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45-79 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK’S GHOST SCARING SOMEBODY IN CASTLE. This is a color postcard that shows a huge ghost of Otto von Bismarck (the Iron Chancellor) looming over a very scared man. I do not quite understand the scared man’s identity, but he is plenty scared! The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2168 POSTCARD - 80th BIRTHDAY - OTTO von BISMARCK. This postcard shows a crowd surrounding Otto von Bismarck, the "Iron Chancellor," as he celebrates his 80th birthday. $15.00

 

 

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38-2169 COLOR POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK - FRENCH SURRENDER. This color postcard shows a carriage with French generals, including Napoleon III. They are met by Otto von Bismarck mounted on a horse at the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War’s conclusion. The date 28 May 1910 is written in pencil on the reverse. $15.00

 

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38-2170 POSTCARD - DEDICATED MONUMENT - OTTO von BISMARCK. This postcard shows the Bismarck Monument located at Rudelsburg. $10.00

 

 

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38-2172 POSTCARD - GERMAN CHANCELLOR FÜRST (PRINCE) OTTO von BISMARCK. This postcard shows Otto von Bismarck, in civilian clothes, looking to his right. A message is written on the obverse. An address and a postage stamp are on the reverse. $15.00

 

 

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38-2174 COLOR POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. In this fine color postcard we see an image of Otto von Bismarck, along with his family’s coat-of-arms. We also gaze down Bismarck Strasse in Saxony’s grand city, Leipzig. A message is written on the obverse, which is dated 20 February 1903. On the reverse is an address and a postage stamp showing postmarks from both Leipzig and Chemnitz. $15.00

 

 

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38-2175 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK - OTHER OFFICIALS. This postcard shows Otto von Bismarck on 30 March 1892, with several important men from the Lübeck area (near his home). By this time, von Bismarck had been "retired" by Kaiser Wilhelm II. $15.00

 

 

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38-1460 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK AND FAMILY HOME. This postcard shows the "Iron Chancellor," Otto von Bismarck. Below him is his family home at Schönhausen. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-948 POSTCARD OF OTTO von BISMARCK - FATHER - SON. Otto von Bismarck (1813-1898) is one of German history’s leading political figures. He became Germany’s first Chancellor in 1871, after Prussia’s King Wilhelm I was crowned Germany’s first Kaiser. Bismarck was greatly involved in Germany’s unification, as She worked her way through the unification wars of 1864 and 1866, and the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War, which was the final step. He was a master of foreign policy. He was also at the forefront of social welfare changes made in Germany. He was retired from his post in 1890 by Kaiser Wilhelm II. This followed Wilhelm’s 1888 assumption of the throne, after the deaths of his grandfather, Wilhelm I, and his father, Friedrich III. Wilhelm II and von Bismarck had monumental differences regarding the future role of Germany’s foreign policy. A key difference was Wilhelm II’s desire to expand Germany’s overseas colonies. Bismarck felt strongly that this would bring Germany into conflict with other European powers, especially Great Britain. The last five years of von Bismarck’s life were relatively quiet. This pose shows von Bismarck with his father, Karl von Bismarck, and his son, Herbert von Bismarck, flanking him. A message is on the reverse. This postcard was mailed during the time of Kaiser Franz Josef. $15.00

 

 

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38-1065 POSTCARD - BISMARCK MONUMENT - DRESDEN. This postcard shows a monument of "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck. This particular monument was located in Dresden. $10.00

 

 

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38-2510 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK. This postcard is of "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck. He is dressed in uniform. The postcard was mailed in 1898. $15.00

 

 

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45-122 POSTCARD - OTTO von BISMARCK AND OTHER OFFICIALS. This postcard comes in the form of a charcoal sketch. It shows the "Iron Chancellor" Otto von Bismarck. He is seated with officials from Lubeck. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1071 POSTCARD - IRON CHANCELLOR OTTO von BISMARCK. This postcard shows Otto von Bismarck. It has a reproduction of his signature. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-331 POSTCARD  OF OTTO von BISMARCK’S BIRTHPLACE AND THE 100th YEAR OF HIS BIRTH. This postcard shows the birthplace of Germany’s famed Iron Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck. Flanking an image of the family home, which is located at Schönhausen (near Hamburg), are the dates of the Centennial, 1 April 1813-1915, along with the Coats-of-Arms for von Bismarck and the House of Hohenzollern. $7.00  

 

 

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Miscellaneous Prussian Royalty & Nobility

 

38-2574 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Prussia’s Prince Friedrich. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2649 POSTCARD - FUNERAL - PRINZ FRIEDRICH SIGISMUND. This postcard shows the funeral procession of Prince Friedrich Sigismund of Prussia (1895-1927). He was a prince of the House of Hohenzollern, the son of Prince Friedrich Leopold. Like all House Hohenzollern princes, he was attached to 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß. During WW I, he served in Flieger Abteilung Nr 22 from 1917 to 1918. His brother, Prince Friedrich Karl, also served in the Imperial German Air Service and died of wounds he suffered. Prince Friedrich Sigismund died in 1927 from a horse-jumping accident. We see the procession in the streets of Berlin. His final resting place is at Glienicke Palace. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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45-118 POSTCARD - PRUSSIA’S PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARGARETE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Victoria Margarete. She was the daughter of Prussia’s Prinz Friedrich Leopold. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2441 POSTCARD - PRINCE FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the young Prinz Friedrich of Prussia dressed in a Navy jumper. It was quite common for young royals to wear them. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2535 PRINZ FRIEDRICH - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Friedrich of Prussia. He is dressed in a sailor uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2477 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD. This postcard shows Prinz Friedrich Leopold of Prussia in the suit of a civilian. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2478 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD. This postcard shows Prinz Friedrich Leopold of Prussia in uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2211 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH SIGISMUND - PRUSSIA. Friedrich Sigismund was a prince from the House of Hohenzollern’s second branch. He was an aviator in WW I who was killed in combat. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1910 POSTCARD - GERMAN ROYAL - AUTOMOBILE. This postcard shows the arrival of a female member of the German royal family in an automobile. An excited crowd is waiting for her. $15.00

 

 

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38-2184 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH CHRISTIAN - FRONT. This postcard shows Prinz Friedrich Christian of the House of Hohenzollern surrounded by many officers at the Front. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916 from Kompagnie Nr 12 of Landwehr Infanterie-Regiment Nr 106. This was a Saxon regiment that was attached to the 47. Landwehr-Division. The postcard was mailed to somebody in Leipzig. $15.00

 

 

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38-2462 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN MARGARETE - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Princess Margaret of Prussia, the last of Kaiser Frederick III’s eight children with Victoria, Princess Royal, Queen Victoria's eldest daughter. She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) youngest sister. She married Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse. In 1926 they became Landgrave and Landgravine of Hesse. $15.00

 

 

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38-2363 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN FRIEDRICH LEOPOLD - SON. This postcard shows Prinzessin Friedrich Leopold and her son. She was one of the Kaiserin’s younger sisters. In 1889, Louise married Prince Friedrich Leopold of Prussia. He was the youngest child and only son of Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia, and a great grandson of Frederick William III of Prussia. Louise often represented her sister, the Kaiserin, at social engagements and visits to hospitals. Although she and Friedrich Leopold had four children, three of them died young. The young son pictured with her, also Friedrich Leopold, was the only one to survive her. $15.00

 

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38-2185 POSTCARD - REICHSCHANCELLOR von BETHMANN-HOLLWEG. During WW I, von Bethmann-Hollweg was Germany’s Reichskanzler. It was the same position that Otto von Bismarck held under three German Kaisers. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1688 POSTCARD - CHANCELLOR von BETHMANN-HOLLWEG. This postcard shows Reichskanzler von Bethmann-Hollweg in uniform. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-756 POSTCARD - DR. von MELLE - BÜRGERMEISTER - HAMBURG. This postcard shows the Bürgermeister of Hamburg, Dr. von Melle. $5.00

 

 

 

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38-757 POSTCARD - DR. von BUFF - BÜRGERMEISTER - BREMEN. This postcard shows the Bürgermeister of Bremen, Dr. von Buff. $5.00

 

 

 

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38-758 POSTCARD - HERR ESCHENBURG - BÜRGERMEISTER - LÜBECK. This postcard shows the Bürgermeister of Lübeck, Herr Eschenburg. $5.00

 

 

 

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Bavaria

 

König Maximilian II

 

45-223 POSTCARD - KÖNIG MAXIMILIAN II - HIS WIFE AND KRONPRINZ LUDWIG II - BAVARIA. This postcard shows König Maximilian II (1811-1864), the former Prinzessin Marie of Prussia (1825-1889), and their son, Kronprinz Ludwig II (1845-1886, known as Mad Ludwig). Ludwig became King in 1864 and remained King until 1888. He was then removed from office, and died shortly thereafter under very mysterious circumstances. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00svDec16

 

 

 

 

 

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45-63 POSTCARD - BAVARIA’S KÖNIG MAXIMILIAN II AND FAMILY. This postcard is of König Maximilian II (1811-1864) of Bavaria and his family. Appearing with him and his wife are their two sons, Ludwig II and Otto. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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König Ludwig II

 

45-06 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG II - BAVARIA. This postcard shows "Mad" König Ludwig II (1845-18886) of Bavaria at a fairly young age. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2603 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG II - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of Bavaria’s König Ludwig (Mad Ludwig) II (1845-1886). He was a troubled man who led a troubled life. He surrounded himself with Wagnerian music (he was Wagner’s royal patron for many years, the composer even lived with him) and the several castles he had built (to Bavaria’s near financial ruin). He is best known for his castle Neuschwanstein. [The castle, which was never fully completed, is the model for the fairytale castles at Disney theme parks around the world]. In 1886 he was removed from office due to his "insanity." The next day he drowned in a lake with his doctor under circumstances much fishier than the lake water! This postcard shows the King wearing many decorations. The postcard was never mailed. $20.00

 

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38-1494 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG II - BAVARIA. This postcard shows King Ludwig II of Bavaria (1845-1846. Ludwig II is often referred to as "Mad Ludwig." Whether he was mad or not, he was a tortured soul who served as Bavaria’s King from 1864-1886. He was deposed in 1886, then found drowned in a lake with his doctor the next day. During his reign, Ludwig II was best-known for the castles he built, (and which many thought brought his kingdom to the edge of bankruptcy). This pose shows Ludwig II in military uniform, complete with orders and decorations. $15.00

 

 

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38-1745 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG II - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of a very young Ludwig II. Ludwig II was Bavaria’s King until 1886, when he was removed for "mental problems." Interestingly, the day after his removal he was found dead in a lake with his doctor. This postcard comes from Königsburg Neuschwanstein, probably between 1900 and 1910. $20.00

 

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38-223 COLORIZED POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG II - BAVARIA. This is a colorized postcard of König Ludwig II (Mad Ludwig) of Bavaria. He died under mysterious conditions. To this date we do not know if he died naturally along the shores of a Bavarian lake, or if he was helped on his journey. $15.00

 

 

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Prinz Regent Luitpold

 

45-232 POSTCARD - PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Prinzregent Luitpold (1821-1912) of Bavaria. He assumed the throne of Bavaria in 1886, when his nephews, König Ludwig II and König Otto, were judged to be mentally incompetent. He is wearing a uniform in this 1850 photo. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1262 POSTCARD - PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Prinz Regent Luitpold of Bavaria, and indicates his death on 12 December 1912. Luitpold had been the Regent of Bavaria after "Mad" Ludwig II was removed from the throne. Upon the death of Luitpold, his son became König Ludwig III, the final King of Bavaria. $15.00

 

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38-1555 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZREGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of Prinzregent Luitpold of Bavaria. Luitpold was the effective King of Bavaria from 1886, when Ludwig II was removed as King due to his insanity (or so the story goes). His brother Otto was also judged too insane to become an acting king. Although Otto retained the title as Bavaria’s King, it was Luitpold who headed the royal family until his death in 1911. He is seen here in uniform. The postcard was mailed in Bavaria in 1911. $15.00

 

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38-2412 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of Bavaria’s Prinz Regent Luitpold (1821-1912). Luitpold succeeded Ludwig II in 1886 when Ludwig II was removed from power and then mysteriously drowned while walking beside a lake. Luitpold held titular control over Bavaria from 1886-1912. The postcard shows Luitpold on the occasion of his 90th birthday, 12 March 1911. The postcard was produced on the occasion of his death on 12 December 1912. Its reverse has a black border and is thus considered a mourning card. He was succeeded by König Ludwig III. $15.00

 

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38-2410 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of Bavaria’s Prinz Regent Luitpold (1821-1912). Luitpold succeeded Ludwig II in 1886 when Ludwig II was removed from power and then mysteriously drowned while walking beside a lake. Luitpold held titular control over Bavaria from 1886-1912. The postcard shows Luitpold in a generaloberst’s uniform. Below him we see the Wittelsbach Crown and a Bavarian Lion holding a shield in his paws sporting the sky-blue and white Bavarian colors. The postcard was mailed in 1901 to a woman in Brooklyn, NY. The message is on the obverse at the bottom of the postcard. Only the address appears on the reverse. $15.00

 

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38-2411 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of Bavaria’s Prinz Regent Luitpold (1821-1912). Luitpold succeeded Ludwig II in 1886 when Ludwig II was removed from power and then mysteriously drowned while walking beside a lake. Luitpold held titular control over Bavaria from 1886-1912. The postcard shows Luitpold on the occasion of his 90th birthday, 12 March 1911. The postcard was mailed. $15.00

 

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38-1524 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZREGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard featuring Prinzregent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821-1912). Luitpold assumed the position of Bavaria’s regent in 1886, when Ludwig II (1846-1886) was deposed, then died mysteriously the next day. Otto, Ludwig II’s brother (1848-1916), was named King, but judged insane and incapable of carrying out a King’s duties. Otto remained in his semiofficial role until 1913. He finally died in 1916. Luitpold served as Prinzregent from 1886 until his death in 1912. Luitpold was very popular in Bavaria. The postcard shows him in 1911 at the age of ninety, the year before he died. He is in uniform, wearing a collar, medal bar, and breast stars. The postcard was mailed in 1911 and bears a Bavarian postage stamp. $15.00

 

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45-35 POSTCARD - PRINZ LUITPOLD - FAMILY - BAVARIA. This is a postcard featuring Prinz Luitpold of Bavaria 1821-1912 and his family. The postcard is dated 1860, and is taken from a painting. At this time, Ludwig II (Mad Ludwig) was Bavaria’s King. He remained on the throne until 1886, when he drowned (or was helped to drown) under mysterious circumstances. His brother, the next-in-line for the throne, was deemed to be insane. Therefore, Prinz Luitpold became the Prinz Regent and governed Bavaria until his death in 1912. Luitpold appears here with his wife and four children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-2181 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This postcard shows a very elderly Prinz Regent Luitpold of Bavaria. Luitpold was installed as Prinz Regent when (Mad) Ludwig II was removed as King in 1886. The postcard celebrates his holding this post from 1886 through 1911. The reverse displays two very colorful stamps that were issued in 1911 to celebrate the event. I have not seen the stamps before this. They are a major part of the postcard’s value. $15.00

 

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38-1526 COLOR POSTCARD - PRINZREGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard featuring Prinzregent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821-1912). Luitpold assumed the position of Bavaria’s regent in 1886, when Ludwig II (1846-1886) was deposed, then died mysteriously the next day. Otto, Ludwig II’s brother (1848-1916), was named King, but judged insane and incapable of carrying out a King’s duties. Otto remained in his semiofficial role until 1913. He finally died in 1916. Luitpold served as Prinzregent from 1886 until his death in 1912. Luitpold was very popular in Bavaria. The postcard shows him in 1911 at the age of ninety, the year before he died. He is in uniform, wearing a collar, medal bar, and breast stars. The postcard was mailed in 1900 and bears a Bavarian postage stamp. $15.00

 

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38-1529 POSTCARD - PRINZREGENT LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard featuring Prinzregent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821-1912). Luitpold assumed the position of Bavaria’s regent in 1886, when Ludwig II (1846-1886) was deposed, then died mysteriously the next day. Otto, Ludwig II’s brother (1848-1916), was named King, but judged insane and incapable of carrying out a King’s duties. Otto remained in his semiofficial role until 1913. He finally died in 1916. Luitpold served as Prinzregent from 1886 until his death in 1912. Luitpold was very popular in Bavaria. The postcard shows him in 1911 at the age of ninety, the year before he died. He is in uniform, wearing a collar, medal bar, and breast stars. A wonderful embossed Bavarian Coat-of-Arms appears on the obverse. The postcard was mailed in 1912 to the U.S., and bears a Bavarian postage stamp. $15.00

 

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38-1530 POSTCARD - FUNERAL PROCESSION - PRINZ LUITPOLD - BAVARIA. This postcard shows the funeral procession of Prinzregent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821-1912). Many famous and influential Germans march in the procession. The future King Ludwig III marches at the head. I believe I see the Kaiser beside him. Enough royals and generals are in the procession to allow you to use your magnifying glass to try and identify them. $15.00

 

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König Ludwig III

 

38-736 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG III - BAVARIA. This postcard shows König Ludwig III in a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform. $15.00  

 

 

 

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38-2413 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG III. This is a color postcard of König Ludwig III of Bavaria (1845-1921). He assumed the throne upon the death of his father, Prinz Regent Luitpold, in 1912. He is seen seated in a suit with a breast star and a neck order. $15.00

 

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38-1744 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG III - BAVARIA. This is a postcard of King Ludwig III of Bavaria. Ludwig III was the final Bavarian King. This pose is from a charcoal sketch. Under the image of the King is a reproduction of his signature. $15.00

 

 

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38-1070 COLOR POSTCARD - KING LUDWIG III - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of König Ludwig III of Bavaria. The postcard has been mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1531 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG III - BAVARIA. Ludwig III of Bavaria (1845-1921) became Bavaria’s final King in 1913, a year after the death of Prinzregent Luitpold (1821-1912). This postcard shows him in a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-555 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG III BAVARIA EMERGING FROM INN - FRANCE. This postcard shows what I believe to be König Ludwig III of Bavaria emerging from an inn near the front. He is wearing a pickelhaube. It was mailed in November 1915 as a Feldpostkarte from a Bavarian unit. $10.00  

 

 

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38-2604 POSTCARD - KÖNIG LUDWIG III - BAVARIA. This postcard shows König Ludwig III, Bavaria’s final King. He is seen in profile wearing a uniform with numerous medals, etc. A reproduction of his signature appears below his image. The postcard, which was never mailed, was produced by the Bavarian arm of the German Red Cross. $15.00

 

 

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38-1533 POSTCARD - TWO POSES - KÖNIG LUDWIG III - FRONT - WW I. This postcard shows König Ludwig III at the front, presenting medals to soldiers and visiting soldiers at a hospital, where he is also presenting medals. The postcard was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916 from Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment Nr 7. It was assigned to Bavarian Reserve-Infanterie Division Nr 1. $15.00

 

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38-1534 POSTCARD - PRINZ LUDWIG - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Prinz Ludwig of Bavaria (1845-1921). The postcard was produced before he became König Ludwig III in 1913. He is in uniform. It was mailed in 1913 from Bavaria. It boasts a postage stamp of Prinzregent Luitpold, who served until his death in 1912. $15.00

 

 

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38-1072 POSTCARD - PRINZ LUDWIG - BAVARIA. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch. It shows Prinz Ludwig of Bavaria. The postcard was mailed from Austria. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-34 POSTCARD - PRINZ LUDWIG - WIFE - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Prinz Ludwig of Bavaria. Ludwig eventually became King of Bavaria, and was known as König Ludwig III. He was Bavaria’s final King. He appears in a suit with his wife, the then Prinzessin Ludwig, at his side. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00


 

 

 

 

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Kronprinz Rupprecht

 

38-1465 POSTCARD - COMMEMORATES BAVARIA’S KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT - VICTORY - METZ BATTLE. This postcard features Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria. It commemorates his victory in the Battle of Metz. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in September of 1914. $15.00

 

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45-172 POSTCARD - BAVARIA’S KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT. This postcard shows Bavaria’s Kronprinz Rupprecht prior to WW I’s beginning. During WW I, Rupprecht was one of the most able and effective royal commanders. In fact, he rose to the rank of generalfeldmarschall, commanding an Armeegruppe that was composed of multiple armies. The postcard was mailed in 1915. It bears a postage stamp with his father, König Ludwig III’s, likeness. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-221 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT AND HIS WIFE - BAVARIA. This is a post WW I postcard of Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria (1869-1955) and his second wife, Prinzessin Antonia of Luxembourg (1899-1954). She married Rupprecht in 1921, even though thirty-years of age separated them. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-138 POSTCARD - BAVARIA CROWN PRINZ RUPPRECHT. Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria was not only his father, König Ludwig III’s, heir to the Bavarian throne. He was a Generalfeldmarschall and a very able military commander. This is a prewar pose of Rupprecht. It was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2137 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPRECHT - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Crown Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria in a Prussian Küraßier’s full dress uniform. Below his image is his reproduced signature. Although Ruprecht was a royal, he was also a fine, working military commander. He held a generalfeldmarschall’s rank and commanded an Armeegruppe in which he oversaw multiple armies (not divisions, mind you, ARMIES)! The postcard was produced to benefit the German Red Cross. It was mailed in 1915 as a Feldpostkarte. $15.00

 

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45-229 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria (1869-1955). He was King Ludwig III’s eldest son. During WW I, he rose to the rank of Generalfeldmarschall in 1916. His command was Armeegruppe Rupprecht, which consisted of four armies. He was a most able commander. He is seen here prior to WW I in uniform and holding a pickelhaube. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 
 

 

 

 

 

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45-230 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria (1869-1955). He was King Ludwig III’s eldest son. During WW I, he rose to the rank of Generalfeldmarschall in 1916. His command was Armeegruppe Rupprecht, which consisted of four armies. He was a most able commander. He appears here in full dress uniform, before WW I. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 


 

 

 

 

 

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38-2138 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPRECHT - BAVARIA. This is a color postcard of Bavaria’s Kronprinz (and Generalfeldmarschall) Ruprecht. A message is written on the reverse. The postcard was mailed in 1915. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-703 COLORIZED POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPRECHT - BAVARIA. This is a colorized postcard that depicts Kronprinz Ruprecht of Bavaria (1869-1955). Ruprecht was König Ludwig III of Bavaria’s oldest son. Kronprinz Ruprecht was a very capable military commander. Unlike many royals who served as à la Suite officers, he was a legitimate military commander. He commanded Bavaria’s 6. Armee until 1916, when he was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall. He commanded Armee-Gruppe Ruprecht with great distinction. Ruprecht was opposed to National Socialism and fled to Italy in 1939. In this pose Albrecht is seen wearing an Iron Cross 1st Class and the ribbon of the Iron Cross 2nd Class in his buttonhole. $15.00  

 

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38-1263 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria. It is interesting that the charcoal drawing of Rupprecht shows him with the Order Pour le Mérite and the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross around his neck. While Kronprinz Rupprecht was a PLM-winner, he was NEVER awarded the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross. The only Bavarian to receive it was Prinz Leopold, a very able generalfeldmarschall and army group commander. $15.00

 

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38-1176 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria. He was the son of König Ludwig III. He was an able military commander, who was well respected in the German military. He appears to be in a Küraßier’s uniform and wearing an officer’s ringkragen. He is also wearing a Black Eagle Collar and Breast Star. This is a wartime photograph. $15.00

 

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38-704 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT OF BAVARIA. This is a postcard that depicts Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria (1869-1955). Rupprecht was König Ludwig III of Bavaria’s oldest son. Kronprinz Rupprecht was a very capable military commander. Unlike many royals who served as à la Suite officers, he was a legitimate military commander. He commanded Bavaria’s 6. Armee until 1916, when he was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall. He commanded Armee-Gruppe Rupprecht with great distinction. Rupprecht was opposed to National Socialism and fled to Italy in 1939. In this pose Albrecht is seen wearing a Generaloberst’s (à la Suite) uniform from Leib-Küraßier-Regiment Großer Kurfürst (Schlesisches) Nr 1. It was the oldest of the Prussian Küraßier-Regiments. It had a full array of orders and decorations, including breast stars and neck orders. $15.00  

 

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45-61 POSTCARD - BAVARIAN KRONPRINZ RUPPRECHT’S WIFE. This postcard shows Kronprinz Rupprecht (1869-1955) of Bavaria’s first wife, Marie Gabrielle. Rupprecht was the heir to the Bavarian throne. After his father Ludwig III’s death, he was the Pretender. In addition to his royal duties, he was among the most-able WW I German commanders, holding the rank of Generalfeldmarschall. Rupprecht’s first wife, the Duchess Marie Gabrielle (1878-1912), died young. After her death, Rupprecht became engaged in 1918 and married Princess Antonia of Luxembourg (1899-1954) in 1921. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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Prinz Leopold

 

45-46 POSTCARD - BAVARIA’S PRINZ LEOPOLD. This postcard shows Prinz Leopold of Bavaria (1846-1930). In addition to being a royal during WW I, he was a very able commander. He was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall in 1906. During WW I, he was one of the German Army’s most decorated officers. He received both the Pour le Mérite and the Oak Leaves to the PLM. He appears, along with a large number of officers, before a Warsaw palace on 9 August 1915. They are all mounted. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte a month later from Warsaw. $15.00

 

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45-47 POSTCARD - BAVARIA’S PRINZ LEOPOLD. This postcard shows Prinz Leopold of Bavaria 1846-1930). In addition to being a royal during WW I, he was a very able commander. He was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall in 1906. During WW I, he was one of the German Army’s most decorated officers. He received both the Pour le Mérite and the Oak Leaves to the PLM. His image on the postcard comes from a painting. The postcard was mailed in 1917 and has three stamps. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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43-358 POSTCARD - BAVARIAN GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PRINZ LEOPOLD. During WW I, three German royals were truly able commanders. They worked their way to their positions not so much by their royal births, but by their performances. Those three men were Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria, Herzog Albrecht of Württemberg, and Prinz Leopold of Bavaria. These men achieved the rank of generalfeldmarschall and commanded vast troop numbers in Armeegruppen or Herresgruppen. (Army Groups were assemblages of multiple armies (generally three or more) that reported to these men. They were a huge responsibility. [Remember, Kronprinz Wilhelm was only given command of ONE army during the war(!)]. These three men were excellent commanders. Along with von Mackensen and von Hindenburg, they were among WW I Germany’s best. 
The postcard we are offering today is of Generalfeldmarschall Prinz Leopold (1846-1930). We do not hear a great deal about him as he spent the war’s bulk fighting on the Eastern Front. It is interesting to note that during the 1870/71 Franco-Prussian War Leopold was awarded the 1870 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class (first as a young hauptmann, then a major). 
He progressed through the Bavarian Army and was promoted to generalfeldmarschall in 1905. He retired in 1913, but was brought back to active service at the age of sixty-eight with WW I’s onset. This made him one of the German Army’s older senior commanders. 
In 1915 he was given command of the IX. Armee, replacing von Mackensen. Next, he was promoted to lead Herresgruppe Prinz Leopold, which consisted of German and Austrian troops on the Eastern Front. Finally in 1916, when von Hindenburg was promoted to command the entire German Army, Prinz Leopold was given Hindenburg’s old post. From that point forward, he was "Oberbefehlshaber Ost," the Supreme Commander of all Central Power troops fighting on the Eastern Front. He held this post until the end of fighting on the Eastern Front. He also signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which concluded the hostilities on the Eastern Front. 
He, von Hindenburg, and von Mackensen were perhaps WW I’s three most-decorated generals. They received virtually every German decoration, including the Orden Pour le Mérite, Orden Pour le Mérite with Oak Leaves, and the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross. (Only five of the latter were awarded.  Kaiser Wilhelm II and General Erich Ludendorff, von Hindenburg’s deputy, were the other two recipients). 
The color postcard depicts Prinz Leopold. A message is written on the obverse. On the reverse we find that the postcard was mailed by a soldier to a loved one back home. He was a member of an artillery regiment. The postcard is dated 1918. $15.00

 

 

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38-1495 POSTCARD - PRINZ LEOPOLD - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Prinz Leopold of Bavaria (1846-1930). Bavaria produced two significant military commanders during WW I. One was Prinz Leopold, and the other was Kronprinz Rupprecht (1869-1955). Leopold was the son of Prinzregent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821-1912). Luitpold was greatly beloved in Bavaria and ruled the kingdom after Ludwig II was deposed. Prinz Leopold had served in the Bavarian Army during the 1870/1871 Franco-Prussian War. He retired in 1905 as a Generalfeldmarschall. He was recalled to service in 1915. He first commanded the 9. Armee, and later Armee Gruppe Prinz Leopold, which was a combined command of German and Austrian troops. He fought on the Eastern Front against the Russians. After their withdrawal from the war, he retired yet again! He was decorated with every imaginable Bavarian decoration, and also awarded the PLM and PLM with Oak Leaves. In this photo he is wearing a general’s pickelhaube complete with a canvas cover. A Generalfeldmarschall’s shoulder board is visible, as well as the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class and the ribbon for the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class. He had received the 1870 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class during the Franco-Prussian War. The postcard was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $20.00

 

 

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38-1689 POSTCARD - PRINZ LEOPOLD - BAVARIA. During WW I, three German royals were considered very able military commanders. All held the rank of Generalfeldmarschall and commanded Armee-Gruppen. They included Herzog Albrecht of Württemberg, Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria, and Prinz Leopold of Bavaria. Today we are offering a postcard of Prinz Leopold in uniform. He was one of the five men (including Kaiser Wilhelm II) who received the 1914 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1916. $20.00

 

 

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Miscellaneous Bavarian Royalty & Nobility

 

45-08 POSTCARD - PRINZ ADALBERT - BAVARIA. This postcard shows a young Prince Adalbert (1886-1970) from Bavaria. He was the son of Bavaria’s Prince Ludwig Ferdinand. He is wearing a uniform while holding a sword and Schirmmütze. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

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45-60 POSTCARD - BAVARIA’S PRINZ JOSEF KLEMENS. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Klemens (1902-1990) of Bavaria. He was the only child of our favorite, Prinz Alfons of Bavaria. This was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-224 POSTCARD - HERZOG MAXIMILIAN - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Duke Maximilian of Bavaria (1808-1888). Maximilian was a minor member of the Wittelsbach Royal House. His daughter Elisabeth (1837-1898), known as Sissi to family and friends) married Kaiser Franz Josef I of Austria. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-225 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN MATHILDE - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Mathilde of Bavaria (1813-1862). She was the daughter of Bavaria’s König Ludwig I. She later married and became Grand Duchess of Hesse. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-226 POSTCARD - KÖNIGIN KAROLINE FRIEDERIKE WILHELMINE - BAVARIA. This postcard shows Königin Karoline Friederike Wilhelmine. The postcard was not mailed. $10.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-227 POSTCARD - HERZOGIN KARL THEODOR - BAVARIA, This postcard shows Infanta Maria, the King of Portugal’s daughter. She married Duke Karl Theodor of Bavaria and became a Duchess. The postcard was not mailed. $10.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saxony

 

König Albert

 

38-1138 POSTCARD - KÖNIG ALBERT - SAXONY. This postcard comes from a charcoal sketch depicting König Albert of Saxony (1828-1902). Albert was König Georg’s (1832-1904) older brother. Albert reigned as King and the head of the House of Wettin from 1873 to 1902. Georg succeeded Albert at his death, then sat on the throne until he died in 1904 (Georg reigned only from 1902 to 1904). Georg was succeeded by König Friedrich August III (1865-1932), who was Saxony’s final King. Albert is seen in uniform with an 1870 Grand Iron Cross at his neck. He is also wearing a medal bar and Breast Stars. The card is trimmed in black, and has his birth and death dates. A message has been written on the obverse below the information about König Albert. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed in 1902, the year of Albert’s death. $20.00

 

 

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König Friedrich August III

 

45-156 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH AUGUST III. This postcard shows a very young King Friedrich August III of Saxony. He is wearing a general’s uniform. The postcard has not been mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2511 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH AUGUST III - SAXONY. This postcard is of König Friedrich August III of Saxony. He is dressed in a Saxon general’s dress uniform, complete with a large medal bar and two Breast Stars. In his right hand he is holding a general’s dress pickelhaube, complete with the unique Saxon general’s parade feathers. $15.00

 

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38-2600 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG AUGUST III - SAXONY. This is a wonderful color postcard of König Friedrich August III of Saxony. It shows him in a general’s feldgrau overcoat. In looking at the shoulder boards, they are before he was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall. What is particularly interesting is that he is wearing a Saxon general’s pickelhaube in full parade configuration, i.e., complete with vulture feathers. Saxon generals were the only German generals who wore this type of feather, making their helmets ultra rare. We had the pleasure of offering one such helmet several years ago. It was amazing! The postcard was never mailed. $20.00

 

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38-2601 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH AUGUST III - SAXONY. This postcard shows König Friedrich August III of Saxony. He was Saxony’s final king. In this pose he is in a Saxon general’s full dress uniform, including the epaulettes and pickelhaube with vulture feathers. He also wears a sash diagonally over his chest, a sash belt, and a sword. Finally, he is wearing two breast stars and an eight-to-ten-place medal bar. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1139 POSTCARD - KÖNIG ALBERT - SAXONY. This postcard comes from a photograph and shows König Albert of Saxony (1828-1902). Albert was König Georg’s (1832-1904) older brother. Albert reigned as King and the head of the House of Wettin from 1873 to 1902. Georg succeeded Albert at his death, then sat on the throne until he died in 1904 (Georg reigned only from 1902 to 1904). Georg was succeeded by König Friedrich August III (1865-1932), who was Saxony’s final King. Albert is seen in uniform with an 1870 Grand Iron Cross at his neck. He is also wearing a medal bar and Breast Stars. The card is trimmed in black, and has his birth and death dates. A message has been written on the obverse below the information about König Albert. On the reverse we see that the postcard was mailed a day or two after Albert’s death in1902. $20.00

 

 

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38-2667 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH AUGUST III - SAXONY. This is a fine color postcard of Saxony’s King Friedrich August III(1865-1932). It shows him mounted on the parade field, with troops in the background. He is wearing a general’s dress uniform. He is also wearing a general’s pickelhaube, complete with the vulture feathers unique to Saxon generals. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-1552 COLOR POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH AUGUST - SAXONY III. This color postcard shows the King of Saxony, Friedrich August III. It is a marvelous pose. He is wearing a general’s pickelhaube. The distinctive vulture feathers, which were ONLY worn by Saxon generals, adorn his helmet. The postcard was mailed in 1910 to a young woman named “Göring.” $20.00

 

 

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38-1141 POSTCARD - KÖNIG FRIEDRICH AUGUST III - SAXONY. This postcard is a marvelous shot of Saxony's König Friedrich August III (1865-1932). He was Saxony’s final king. He abdicated, along with the rest of Germany’s royalty, in November 1918. This pose shows him wearing the unique tunic of a Saxon general. He has a general officer’s aiguillette and a sash on the tunic. The tunic is also decorated with a Breast Star and a four-place medal bar. In his right hand is a Saxon general’s pickelhaube, complete with the unusual feathers worn only by Saxon generals (they are totally different from the any other general officer’s feathers). $20.00

 

 

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Kronprinz Georg

 

38-1305 COLOR POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ GEORG - SAXONY. This color postcard shows Kronprinz Georg (1893-1943) of Saxony. He became Kronprinz when his father, Friedrich August III, ascended to Saxony’s throne in 1904. Friedrich August III served as Saxony’s final King until 1918, when he abdicated along with all of Germany’s royalty. Georg renounced his claim to the House of Wettin when he became a Jesuit priest. When the Nazis came to power, Georg was anti Nazi and spoke out against them. He also assisted in smuggling Jews from Germany. He drowned in 1943. Although no overt evidence was found at the time, it is strongly believed the Gestapo and/or SS was behind his death. Kronprinz Georg is wearing a general’s uniform, as well as a visor cap, the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, and a Breast Star. Saxony’s Coat-of-Arms, his name and title appear on the card’s obverse. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $20.00

 

 

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Prinz Friedrich Christian

 

45-148 POSTCARD - PRINZ FRIEDRICH CHRISTIAN - SAXONY. This postcard is of Saxony’s Prince Friedrich Christian (1893-1968). He was König Friedrich August III’s second son. He became the House of Wettin’s heir apparent in 1923. That year, his brother, Crown Prince Georg (1893-1943), renounced his claim to succeed as head of Saxony’s royal family to join the priesthood. Friedrich Christian became the royal family’s head when his father died in 1932. He appears in uniform on the postcard. It was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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Prinz Ernst Heinrich

 

45-149 POSTCARD - PRINZ ERNST HEINRICH - SAXONY. This postcard shows a very young Prinz Ernst Heinrich (1896-1971) from the Kingdom of Saxony. He was König Friedrich August III’s third and youngest son. He served in an assorted number of military positions during WW I. The photo shows him as a very young leutnant of approximately 10-12 years of age. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

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Kronprinzessin Louise

 

38-2602 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZESSIN LOUISE - SAXONY. This postcard shows Crown Princess Louise of Saxony. She was married to Crown Prince Friedrich August and bore him seven children. She was extremely popular among the Saxons, but alienated her father-in-law and many courtiers. She was forced to flee Saxony in 1902, while pregnant with her 7th child, because King Georg threatened to put her in an insane asylum for life. He issued a royal decree divorcing her from his son in 1903. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

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Württemberg

 

The following five postcards compose a series commemorating
the Württemberg Königreich’s 100th anniversary.
All five postcards were mailed to the same lady in Lübeck.
We feel it is important that they remain together.
We will sell them only as a group.
$75.00

 

45-234 POSTCARD - COMMEMORATING 100th ANNIVERSARY OF KINGDOM OF WÜRTTEMBERG’S FOUNDATION DURING KÖNIG KARL I’S REIGN. This postcard commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Königreich of Württemberg. This postcard follows its history under King Karl 1. It is part of a five postcard set. It was mailed in 1906.

 

 

 

 

 

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45-235 POSTCARD - POSTCARD - COMMEMORATING 100th ANNIVERSARY OF KINGDOM OF WÜRTTEMBERG’S FOUNDATION DURING KÖNIG KARL I’S REIGN. This postcard commemorates the Königreich of Württemberg’s 100th anniversary. It follows its history under King Wilhelm I. It is part of a five postcard set. It was mailed in 1906.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-236 POSTCARD - POSTCARD - COMMEMORATING 100th ANNIVERSARY OF KINGDOM OF WÜRTTEMBERG’S FOUNDATION DURING KÖNIG KARL I’S REIGN. This postcard commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Königreich of Württemberg. It follows its history under King Wilhelm II. It is part of a five postcard set. It was mailed in 1906.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-237 POSTCARD - POSTCARD - COMMEMORATING 100th ANNIVERSARY OF KINGDOM OF WÜRTTEMBERG’S FOUNDATION DURING KÖNIG KARL I’S REIGN. This postcard commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Königreich of Württemberg. It follows its history under King Friedrich. It is part of a five postcard set. It was mailed in 1906.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-238 POSTCARD - POSTCARD - COMMEMORATING 100th ANNIVERSARY OF KINGDOM OF WÜRTTEMBERG’S FOUNDATION DURING FIVE QUEENS’ REIGNS. This postcard commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Königreich of Württemberg. This postcard follows Württemberg’s history under its five queens. It was mailed in 1906.

 

 

 

 

 

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König Wilhelm II & Königin Charlotte

 

 

38-1388 POSTCARD - KÖNIG WILHELM II - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard shows König Wilhelm II (1848-1921) of Württemberg. He was Württemberg’s final king. He abdicated in 1918, along with all of the other German royals. He is wearing a general’s dress uniform. $15.00
 

 

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45-239 POSTCARD - KÖNIG WILHELM II AND HIS WIFE - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard shows Württemberg’s King Wilhelm II and his wife. It commemorates the 25th anniversary of their marriage (1886-1911). Wilhelm II is wearing a general’s uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2666 POSTCARD - KÖNIG WILHELM II - WÜRTTEMBERG. This is a wonderful postcard depicting Württemberg’s King Wilhelm II (1848-1921). He is dressed in a Prussian Garde-Husaren-Regiment officer’s uniform. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1918. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1142 POSTCARD - KÖNIG WILHELM II - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard shows König Wilhelm II of Württemberg (1848-1921). Wilhelm II was the final King of Württemberg (1891-1918). He abdicated, along with the rest of Germany’s royalty, in November 1918. He is seen here in a feldgrau tunic as a general. He has a sword and a holster for a Luger. It is a fine pose. $20.00

 

 

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38-2692 POSTCARD - KÖNIG WILHELM II - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard shows König Wilhelm II in a feldgrau uniform. The postcard was produced for the benefit of a Württemberg veteran’s charity. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-2606 COLOR POSTCARD - 25th ANNIVERSARY - KÖNIG WILHELM II - KÖNIGIN CHARLOTTE - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard commemorates the 25th anniversary (1886-1911) of the King and Queen of Württemberg. The postcard’s obverse is very colorful and shows the royal couple with a crown and coat-of-arms. The reverse shows the postcard was mailed on 26 March 1911 from Württemberg to a party in New, NY. The cost was double the normal cost of mailing a postcard within Germany (ten rather than five pfennigs). $15.00

 

 

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38-1553 COLOR POSTCARD - 25th ANNIVERSARY - KÖNIG WILHELM II AND KÖNIGIN CHARLOTTE - WÜRTTEMBERG. This color postcard commemorates the 25th wedding anniversary of König Wilhelm II and Königin Charlotte of Württemberg. The event was observed in 1911, as they had been married in 1886. An interesting item appears on the postcard’s reverse. Preprinted postage is in its upper right corner. Below the preprinted stamp are the numbers 2886-1911. The card has not been mailed. $20.00

 

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38-1037 COLOR POSTCARD - KING AND QUEEN - WÜRTTEMBERG. This color postcard shows the King of Württemberg, Wilhelm II and his wife, Queen Charlotte. The card was released to commemorate their 25th wedding anniversary in 1911. They were married in 1886. The card was mailed. $20.00

 

 

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38-2463 POSTCARD - PRINZ DIETRICH - PRINZ HERMANN. This postcard is of the two young princes Dietrich and Hermann. They were the sons of Princess Pauline of Württemberg (1877 - 1965), the only daughter of William II of Württemberg and wife of William Frederick, Prince of Wied. $15.00

 

 

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Herzog Albrecht

 

38-701 COLORIZED POSTCARD - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL HERZOG ALBRECHT von WÜRTTEMBERG. This is a colorized postcard depicting Generalfeldmarschall Herzog Albrecht von Württemberg (1865-1939). Herzog Albrecht was a very capable military commander. Unlike many royals who served as an à la Suite officer, he was a legitimate military commander. He commanded forces at many of the battles on the Western Front including Ardennes, Marne, Yser, etc. He was awarded the Orden Pour le Mérite in August 1915, and was promoted from Generaloberst to Generalfeldmarschall in August 1916. He commanded Armee-Gruppe Albrecht with great distinction. He was third-in-line for Württemberg’s throne. His father died in 1917. Albrecht was the heir-apparent after König Wilhelm II of Württemberg, who was his cousin. Wilhelm II died in 1921, and Albrecht became the head of Württemberg’s royal house. In this pose Albrecht is seen wearing an Iron Cross 1st Class, and the ribbon of the Iron Cross 2nd Class in his buttonhole. $15.00

 

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38-1390 COLOR POSTCARD - HERZOG ALBRECHT - WÜRTTEMBERG. This color postcard shows Herzog Albrecht of Württemberg (1865-1939). With the death of his father in 1917, he became the heir to Württemberg’s throne. When König Wilhelm II died in 1921, he became Württemberg’s Pretender to the throne. Herzog Albrecht was a highly-decorated generalfeldmarschall during WW I, one of Germany’s top military commanders with key posts on the Western Front. In this pose he is wearing a general’s feldgrau uniform. He has an Iron Cross 1st Class on his left breast and a high-level Austrian decoration at his throat. Württemberg’s royal house had strong ties to Austria. They even served as Austria’s ally in the 1866 Austro-Prussian War. $15.00

 

 

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45-240 POSTCARD - HERZOG ALBRECHT - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard shows Württemberg’s Herzog Albrecht (1865-1939) in an army general’s uniform. He was an heir to Württemberg’s throne. He also served as a generalfeldmarschall, commanding Armeegruppe Albrecht, which consisted of multiple armies. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2675 COLOR POSTCARD - HERZOG ALBRECHT - WÜRTTEMBERG. This is a color postcard of Württemberg’s Duke Albrecht (1865-1939). Albrecht was Württemberg’s heir-to-the-throne and a generalfeldmarschall in the German Army during WW I. He was an able military commander, one of Germany’s best. He is in uniform with a PLM at his throat. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1169 POSTCARD - HERZOG ALBRECHT - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard displays a charcoal sketch of Württemberg’s Duke Albrecht from the chest up. During WW I, he held the rank of Generalfeldmarschall. He was an excellent field troop commander. He was no à la Suite general, but one who led either an Armee or Armee Gruppe. He is wearing a visor cap. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was issued under the auspices of the German Red Cross. It was mailed in 1920. $15.00

 

 

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38-2512 POSTCARD - HERZOG ALBRECHT - WÜRTTEMBERG. Herzog Albrecht of Württemberg, in addition to being the heir to Württemberg’s throne, was a top notch commander in the German Army. He held the rank of Generalfeldmarschall. He never sat on the throne as König Wilhelm II abdicated in November 1918, along with all of the other heads of the German states. Herzog Albrecht is in uniform. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in August 1915. $15.00

 

 

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38-792 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard is a pen-and-ink drawing of Württemberg's Kronprinz. It shows him in feldgrau uniform of a general officer with a neck order and a 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class. $15.00

 

 

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38-702 POSTCARD - GENERALFELDMARSCHALL HERZOG ALBRECHT von WÜRTTEMBERG. This is a photo postcard depicting Generalfeldmarschall Herzog Albrecht von Württemberg (1865-1939). Herzog Albrecht was a very capable military commander. Unlike many royals who served as an à la Suite officer, he was a legitimate military commander. He commanded forces at many of the battles on the Western Front including Ardennes, Marne, Yser, etc. He was awarded the Orden Pour le Mérite in August 1915, and was promoted from Generaloberst to Generalfeldmarschall in August 1916. He commanded Armee-Gruppe Albrecht with great distinction. He was third-in-line for Württemberg’s throne. His father died in 1917. Albrecht was the heir apparent after König Wilhelm II of Württemberg, who was his cousin. Wilhelm II died in 1921, and Albrecht became the head of Württemberg’s royal house. This is an early-war photograph before his award of the PLM and his promotion to Generalfeldmarschall. $15.00

 

 

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38-2707 POSTCARD - HERZOG ALBRECHT - WÜRTTEMBERG. This postcard shows Duke Albrecht of Württemberg. Albrecht was the heir to the throne, a Generalfeldmarschall and topnotch army commander. It was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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Anhalt

 

Baden

 

Großherzog Friedrich I

 

45-09 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG FRIEDRICH I - BADEN. This postcard shows Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden (1826-1907). He was succeeded by his son Friedrich II, the Grand Duchy of Baden’s final ruler. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2610 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG FRIEDRICH I - BADEN. This postcard shows Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden seated at his desk performing paperwork. He is in a general’s uniform, but for which regiment I cannot say. The obverse has a lengthy message in French to the right of his image. The reverse reveals it was mailed from Germany on 10 August 1899, to be delivered to a man in Paris. $15.00

 

 

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38-420 BLACK AND WHITE POSTCARD - GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH I - BADEN. This postcard shows an elderly Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden prior to his death on 28 September 1907. The only decoration he is wearing is an 1870 Iron Cross 2nd Class looped through his tunic’s buttonhole. $15.00

 

 

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38-422 COLORIZED POSTCARD - GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH I - BADEN. This is a wonderful colorized portrait of Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden. He is in full dress uniform, with general’s epaulettes, nine-place medal bar, and Breast Star. A message is written in ink on the obverse. The card was mailed in 1899 from Bavaria, with a Bavarian postage stamp. $15.00

 

 

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38-444 POSTCARD - GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH I - BADEN. This is a postcard of Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden (9 September 1826 to 28 September 1907). The postcard features his inset photograph, and shows a mourning Germania at his casket. His crown sits on top of the casket. $15.00
 

 

 

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Großherzog Friedrich II

 

38-2693 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG FRIEDRICH II - BADEN. This postcard shows Grand Duke Friedrich II of Baden. He is wearing a general’s dress uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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45-65 POSTCARD - BADEN’S GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH II. This postcard shows Baden’s Grand Duke Friedrich II (1857-1928). He was Baden’s last ruler, seen here in his dress uniform. The occasion was his birthday in 1915. He wears a breast star and a large medal bar. This was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2694 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG FRIEDRICH II - BADEN. This postcard shows Grand Duke Friedrich II of Baden. He is wearing a general’s dress uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2668 POSTCARD - GROSSHERZOG FRIEDRICH II - BADEN. This postcard shows Baden’s Grand Duke Friedrich II (1867-1928). He is wearing a general’s dress uniform, as well as an extensive group of medals and medal bars. The postcard was mailed in 1910. $15.00  

 

 

 

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45-170 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG FRIEDRICH II - BADEN. This postcard was produced during WW I by the Badischer Landesverband vom Roten Kreuz. It shows Grand Duke Friedrich II(1857-1928), who was the Grand Duchy of Baden’s last ruler. He is wearing his dress uniform, complete with a large medal bar and a breast star. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2669 POSTCARD - GROSSHERZOG FRIEDRICH II - BADEN. This postcard shows Baden’s Grand Duke Friedrich II (1867-1928). He is wearing a general’s dress uniform, as well as an extensive group of medals and medal bars. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2670 POSTCARD - GROSSHERZOG FRIEDRICH II - BADEN. This postcard shows Baden’s Grand Duke Friedrich II (1867-1928). He is wearing a general’s dress uniform, as well as an extensive group of medals and medal bars. Below his image we see a reproduction of his signature. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $15.00

 

 

 

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Braunschweig

 

Herzog Ernst August & Herzogin Viktoria Luise

 

38-2470 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard is of Herzog Ernst August (1887-1953) of Braunschweig. He became the son-in-law of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) when he married the Kaiser’s only daughter, Princess Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). He is wearing the M-1915 Litewka of his Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. He is also clearly wearing that regiment’s Schirmmütze with the Totenkopf. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $15.00

 

 

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45-17 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August (1887-1953) of Braunschweig. He is wearing Braunschweig Husaren-Regiment Nr 17's attila. This postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2658 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchy of Braunschweig’s Duke Ernst August. He was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s son-in-law, married to former Princess Viktoria Luise. He is seen here in Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 prewar black uniform. He is holding a sword. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2659 POSTCARD - 100th ANNIVERSARY - BRAUNSCHWEIG’S PARTICIPATION - BATTLE OF QUATREBRAS. This is a wonderful postcard that was produced in 1915 to commemorate the Battle of Quatrebras’ 100th anniversary. It had taken place on 16 June 1815. It sports likenesses of Braunschweig’s Herzog Friedrich Wilhelm and 1915's Duke Ernst August. A monument containing a lion appears above them. At the monument’s base is Quatrebras. This battle preceded the Battle of Waterloo. At the battle Friedrich Wilhelm, also known as "The Black Duke," was killed while leading his Hussar Regiment. The Battle of Waterloo took place two days later. The postcard, which was not mailed, was produced to benefit Braunschweig’s war aid. $15.00

 

 

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38-2697 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke of Braunschweig, Ernst August, and his wife, the former Prinzessin of Prussia, Viktoria Luise. They were married in 1913. This postcard was mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2698 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke of Braunschweig, Ernst August, and his wife, the former Prinzessin of Prussia, Viktoria Luise. They were married in 1913. This postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

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38-2699 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke of Braunschweig, Ernst August, and his wife, the former Prinzessin of Prussia, Viktoria Luise. They were married in 1913. This postcard was mailed in 1913. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2700 HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - FIRST SON. This postcard shows Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter. By this time she was the Duchess of Braunschweig. She is shown with her first son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-450 POSTCARD - ROYAL FAMILY - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This is a wonderful postcard showing the royal family of Braunschweig. Included are Duke Ernst August, his Duchess (and Princess of Prussia), Viktoria Luise, and two of their sons, Duke Ernst August and Duke Georg. The elder Ernst August is dressed in his duchy’s feldgrau, Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 uniform. [We currently have this complete uniform available on our UNIFORM MERCHANDISE PAGE (Click here to see) and ROYALTY MERCHANDISE PAGE (Click here to see)]. The two younger dukes are dressed in the uniforms of the Kaiserliche Marine. They wear the battleship S. M. S. Braunschweig’s cap tally on their mützen. $15.00

 

 

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38-2671 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard is a charcoal sketch of Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953). He was married to Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter, the former Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). Their 1913 marriage brought Braunschweig back under its own duke’s direct rule for the first time since Braunschweig was absorbed by Prussia after the 1866 Austro-Prussian War. The Duke is wearing Braunschweig Husaren-Regiment Nr 17’s uniform. Below his image is a reproduction of his signature. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2672 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953) and his wife, the Duchess. He was married to Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter, the former Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). Their 1913 marriage brought Braunschweig back under its own duke’s direct rule for the first time since Braunschweig was absorbed by Prussia after the 1866 Austro-Prussian War. The Duke is wearing Braunschweig Husaren-Regiment Nr 17’s uniform. The postcard was mailed in 1913, the year of their marriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-2673 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953) and his wife, the Duchess. He was married to Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter, the former Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). Their 1913 marriage brought Braunschweig back under its own duke’s direct rule for the first time since Braunschweig was absorbed by Prussia after the 1866 Austro-Prussian War. The postcard shows the royal couple holding hands. On many of their postcards they appear to have genuinely loved one another and enjoyed being together. This did not seem to be the case with so many other German royals. The postcard was mailed in 1913, the year of their marriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-2674 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953) and his wife, the Duchess. He was married to Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter, the former Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). Their 1913 marriage brought Braunschweig back under its own duke’s direct rule for the first time since Braunschweig was absorbed by Prussia after the 1866 Austro-Prussian War. The Duke is seen here with his young bride and her brother, Prinz Oskar of Prussia. The postcard was mailed in 1913, the year of their marriage. $15.00

 

 

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45-167 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Prussia’s Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter, who married the Herzog of Braunschweig in 1913. She is seen here at various ages in insets and with her husband. The postcard was mailed.  $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-241 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST AND HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August and Duchess Viktoria Luise (formerly Prussia’s Prinzessin Viktoria Luise). He is wearing Braunschweig’s Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-242 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST AND HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August and Duchess Viktoria Luise (formerly Prussia’s Prinzessin Viktoria Luise). He is wearing Braunschweig’s Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 uniform. The royal couple appear within a heart-shaped frame. Photos of their respective parents and two castles also appear. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00  
 

 

 

 

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45-243 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August in Braunschweig’s Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 pre war uniform. The postcard has not been mailed. $15.00 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-244 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE AND PRINZ OSKAR. This postcard shows the Duke and Duchess of Braunschweig, walking with her brother, Prinz Oskar of Prussia. The two men are wearing military overcoats. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

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45-246 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE AND PRINZ OSKAR. Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia is riding with her older brother, Prince Oskar. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-168 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Prussia’s Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter, who married the Herzog of Braunschweig in 1913. She is seen here wearing a white dress and fancy hat. The postcard was mailed.  $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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45-169 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - PRUSSIA. This is a postcard of Prussia’s Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter, who married the Herzog of Braunschweig in 1913. She is seen here with her oldest nephew, Prinz Wilhelm of Prussia, Kronprinz Wilhelm’s oldest son. The postcard was mailed.  $15.00

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2607 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - ELDEST SON - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Herzog Ernst August with his first son, Erbprinz Ernst August. The Herzog’s wife was the former Prinzessin Viktoria Luise, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. Herzog Ernst August is wearing the feldgrau attila and pants from the Duchy of Braunschweig’s Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. [We have this very uniform set offered on our ROYALTY and UNIFORM MERCHANDISE PAGES, click here to see]. The postcard was never mailed. It was produced for the benefit of the Braunschweig Veterans’ Association. $15.00

 

 

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38-2608 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - TWO OLDEST SONS - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the royal family from the Duchy of Braunschweig. We see Herzog Ernst August and Herzogin Viktoria Luise, along with their two young sons, who were princes of Braunschweig. Herzog Ernst August is wearing the feldgrau attila and pants from the Duchy of Braunschweig’s Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. [We have this very uniform set offered on our ROYALTY and UNIFORM MERCHANDISE PAGES, click here to see]. The postcard was never mailed. It was produced for the benefit of the Braunschweig Veterans’ Association. $15.00

 

 

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38-2609 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN (LATER BRAUNSCHWEIG’S HERZOGIN) VIKTORIA LUISE - PRUSSIA). This postcard shows us the Princess Viktoria Luise. She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. She later became the Duchy of Braunschweig’s Herzogin as Herzog Ernst August’s wife. The young princess is wearing a high-necked dress with pearls. Her head is topped with a fashionable period hat. On the reverse is a lengthy message that took so much place it precluded an address or stamp to mail it! (Maybe they mailed it in an envelope)? $15.00

 

 

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38-1306 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Herzog (Duke) Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953). Ernst August assumed Braunschweig’s throne in 1913, after his marriage earlier in the year to Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. This pose shows Ernst August in the Interim Attila (pre feldgrau black) for Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 of Braunschweig. Sitting on a table behind him is his busby with that regiment’s Totenkopf. $20.00

 

 

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38-2259 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - BROTHER PRINZ JOACHIM. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980) who become the Duchess of Braunschweig in 1913 when she married Duke Ernst August (1887-1953). Beside her is her youngest brother, Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), the Kaiser and Kaiserin’s youngest child. He became depressed after his father’s abdication in 1918 and his divorce in 1920, and committed suicide. $15.00

 

 

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38-2260 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE - MOTHER - BROTHER. This postcard shows Augusta Viktoria (1858-1921), wife of Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), along with two of her children. We see her only daughter, Viktoria Luise (1892-1980), who became the Duchess of Braunschweig in 1913 when she married Duke Ernst August (1887-1953). Also present is Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) the Kaiser and Kaiserin’s youngest child. He became depressed after his father’s abdication in 1918 and his divorce in 1920, and committed suicide. $15.00

 

 

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38-2263 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess as a teenager prior to her marriage. It was mailed in 1910. The postcard has a bend in its center. Its price is reduced to reflect the fault. $10.00

 

 

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38-2265 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess as a teenager prior to her marriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-2267 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess as a preteen. Pasted on the postcard’s reverse is another image of the young princess from a newspaper or magazine. It depicts her at an even younger age. $15.00

 

 

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38-2268 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). This postcard shows the Prussian Princess shortly before her marriage. It was mailed in 1913. $15.00

 

 

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38-2270 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess as a teenager prior to her marriage. $15.00

 

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38-2271 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess as a teenager prior to her marriage. $15.00

 

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38-2273 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess (and Braunschweig Duchess) after her 1913 marriage. $15.00

 

 

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38-2274 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980. She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess (and Braunschweig Duchess) holding her eldest son, Prinz Ernst August, in 1914. The young Prinz was born earlier that year. The postcard was produced to benefit Braunschweig troops fighting in WW I. It features her reproduction autograph at the bottom of the postcard’s obverse. $15.00

 

 

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45-113 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG PRINCESS VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard depicts Princess Viktoria Luise, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. She later married Braunschweig’s Herzog Ernst August. The postcard was not mailed.
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45-114 POSTCARD - VERY YOUNG PRINCESS VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard depicts Princess Viktoria Luise, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. She later married Braunschweig’s Herzog Ernst August. The postcard was not mailed.
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38-2275 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Prinzessin Viktoria Luise (1892-1980). She was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. She was married in 1913 to Herzog Ernst August of Braunschweig (1887-1953), and became the Duchess of Braunschweig. She had five children (4 males and one female). The postcard shows the Prussian Princess (and Braunschweig Duchess) with her eldest son, Prinz Ernst August. The postcard shows the pair standing in front of a Christmas tree. $15.00

 

 

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38-2737 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke and Duchess of Braunschweig not long after their marriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2738 POSTCARD DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke and Duchess of Braunschweig not long after their marriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2739 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke and Duchess of Braunschweig not long after their marriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2740 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke and Duchess of Braunschweig not long after their marriage. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2741 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - PRINZ OSKAR - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the Duke of Braunschweig, Ernst August, his wife Viktoria Luise, the former Princess and Kaiser Wilhelm II’s daughter, and Prinz Oskar of Prussia, Viktoria Luise’s brother. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2742 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH AUGUST - OLDENBURG. This postcard shows a meeting between Oldenburg’s Grand Duke Friedrich August and Braunschweig’s Duke Ernst August and Duchess Viktoria Luise. The young duke is dressed in Husaren-Regiment Nr 17's uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2743 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - DUKE - CUMBERLAND. This postcard shows the Duke of Cumberland along with his nephew, Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig and his wife, Duchess Viktoria Luise. Ernst August is wearing the Husaren-Regiment Nr 17's busby. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2745 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - TWO CHILDREN. This postcard shows Braunschweig’s Ernst August and Viktoria Luise, with two of their children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2746 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - TWO CHILDREN. This postcard shows Braunschweig’s Ernst August and Viktoria Luise, with two of their children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2747 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - TWO CHILDREN. This postcard shows Braunschweig’s Ernst August and Viktoria Luise, with two of their children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2748 POSTCARD - DUKE ERNST AUGUST - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG - ONE CHILD. This postcard shows Braunschweig’s Ernst August and Viktoria Luise, with one of their children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2749 POSTCARD - DUCHESS - BRAUNSCHWEIG - TWO CHILDREN. This postcard shows Viktoria Luise of Braunschweig along with two of her children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2750 POSTCARD - DUCHESS - BRAUNSCHWEIG - ONE CHILD. This postcard shows Viktoria Luise of Braunschweig along with one of her children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2751 POSTCARD - DUCHESS - BRAUNSCHWEIG - ONE CHILD. This postcard shows Viktoria Luise of Braunschweig along with one of her children. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2752 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

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38-2753 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2754 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2755 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2756 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2757 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2758 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2759 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Prussia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2760 POSTCARD - PRINCESS/DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duchess of Braunschweig, former Princess of Pru

ssia Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2761 POSTCARD - PRINCESS VIKTORIA LUISE - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the young Princess of Prussia, Viktoria Luise. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2762 POSTCARD - YOUNG PRINCESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BROTHER JOACHIM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the young Prince Joachim and Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

 

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38-2763 POSTCARD - YOUNG PRINCESS VIKTORIA LUISE - BROTHER JOACHIM - PRUSSIA. This postcard shows the young Prince Joachim and Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-1747 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - WIFE - CHILDREN - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the royal couple from Braunschweig. We see Duke Ernst August and Duchess Viktoria Luise. Viktoria Luise was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. They are seen with their four children. The Duke is dressed in a business suit. $15.00

 

 

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38-1749 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - WIFE - TWO CHILDREN - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the royal couple from Braunschweig. We see Duke Ernst August and Duchess Viktoria Luise. Viktoria Luise was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. The royal couple is seen with their two oldest sons. The Duke is dressed in the attila of Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. This postcard was mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-1750 POSTCARD - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - SON - WIFE - FIRST SON - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows Duchess Viktoria Luise and her oldest son. Viktoria Luise was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. $15.00

 

 

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38-1751 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - SON - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Duke of Braunschweig. We see the Duke Ernst August holding his youngest son. The Duke is wearing the uniform of Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1752 POSTCARD - DUCHESS VIKTORIA LUISE - SON - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the Viktoria Luise holding her son. This postcard was produced for the Braunschweig war effort. A reproduction of her signature appears below her photo. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-2486 POSTCARD - PRINZ ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG - WIFE HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Ernst August of Braunschweig and his wife Viktoria Luise (former Princess of Prussia). He is dressed in Husaren-Regiment Nr 17 pelisse. He wears a medal bar with numerous decorations and two Breast Stars. The postcard shows some bending. It was mailed to somebody in the U.S. $10.00

 

 

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38-2487 POSTCARD - PRINZ ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG - WIFE HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This postcard shows Herzog Ernst August in uniform and his wife, Herzogin Viktoria Luise, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. The postcard was produced by Gustav Liersch (Nr 4127). A rubber stamp of that firm appears on the reverse. $15.00

 

 

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38-1753 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - WIFE - SON - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the royal couple from Braunschweig. We see Duke Ernst August and Duchess Viktoria Luise. Viktoria Luise was Kaiser Wilhelm II and Kaiserin Augusta Viktoria’s only daughter. The Duchess is seen holding their first son. The Duke is dressed in the attila of Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. $15.00

 

 

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38-1471 POSTCARD - BRAUNSCHWEIG’S HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - AND WIFE - FORMER PRINZESSIN VIKTORIA LOUISE von PREUßEN. This is a postcard dated 1913 (the year they were married) of Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig and Viktoria Louise, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. He is wearing his Husaren-Regiment Nr 17's pelisse. He has a medal bar and breast stars attached to his uniform. $15.00

 

 

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38-1423 POSTCARD - DUKE (HERZOG) ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG HOLDING FIRST SON. This postcard shows Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig with his oldest son. The Duke is wearing Braunschweig Husaren-Regiment Nr 17's uniform. $15.00

 

 

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38-1167 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. Herzog (Duke) Ernst August of Braunschweig was the husband of Viktoria Luise, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s only daughter. The Duke is seen in the feldgrau attila of his Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. [We currently have this complete uniform available on our UNIFORM MERCHANDISE PAGE (Click here to see) and ROYALTY MERCHANDISE PAGE (Click here to see)].  We also have a pair of his shoulder boards from his Infanterie-Regiment Nr 92 and a plate from his personal service. We also have an officer's helmet from this legendary regiment, complete with the Totenkopf on the wappen. $15.00

 

 

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38-781 POSTCARD - YOUNG ERBPRINZ ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG - FATHER DUKE ERNST AUGUST. This is a postcard of the young Erbprinz of Braunschweig Ernst August and his father. He was the son of Duke Ernst August and Duchess (formerly Princess of Prussia and only daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm II) Viktoria Luise. His father is in the uniform of Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. $15.00

 

 

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38-1843 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This is an early postcard of the royal family from Braunschweig. $15.00

 

 

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38-1844 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE. This is an early postcard of the royal family from Braunschweig. He is wearing the uniform of his Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. He is wearing a wide assortment of decorations and Breast Stars. $15.00

 

 

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38-1845 POSTCARD - HERZOG ERNST AUGUST - TWO YOUNG SONS. This is a wartime postcard of Herzog Ernst August and his two sons from Braunschweig. He is wearing the uniform of his own Husaren-Regiment Nr 17. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1847 HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - YOUNG CHILD - BRAUNSCHWEIG. In this postcard we see Viktoria Luise and one of her young sons. Below her is a reproduction of her signature. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-1848 HERZOGIN VIKTORIA LUISE - YOUNG CHILD - BRAUNSCHWEIG. In this postcard we see Viktoria Luise and one of her young sons. $15.00
 

 

 

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38-1849 POSTCARD - ERBPRINZ ERNST AUGUST - BRAUNSCHWEIG. This postcard shows the baby boy who was the throne of Braunschweig’s heir, Erbprinz Ernst August. $15.00

 

 

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38-788 POSTCARD - DUCHESS - BRAUNSCHWEIG VIKTORIA LUISE - MOTHER - KAISERIN. This is a postcard which shows the young Duchess with her mother the Kaiserin. Viktoria Luise was the only daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm II and Augusta Viktoria. They were married in 1913 and in this photograph she is seen wearing a crown and is standing while her mother is seated beside her. $15.00

 

 

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38-943 POSTCARD - VIKTORIA LUISE - KAISER WILHELM II’S DAUGHTER - DUCHESS BRAUNSCHWEIG WITH OLDEST SON. This postcard shows Viktoria Luise the daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm II and the wife of Duke Ernst August of Braunschweig along with her oldest son. $15.00

 

 

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45-248 POSTCARD - DUKE OF CUMBERLAND AS REGENT OF BRAUNSCHWEIG AND HIS WIFE. This postcard shows the Duke of Cumberland (1845-1923) and his wife. He served as a regent of Braunschweig. He is seen here in a dress military uniform. The postcard was not mailed.
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Hesse-Darmstadt

 

Großherzog Ernst Ludwig

 

Mecklenburg-Schwerin

 

Großherzog Friedrich Franz IV & Großherzogin Alexandra

 

45-12 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG FRIEDRICH FRANZ IV - GROßHERZOGIN ALEXANDRA - SON FRIEDRICH FRANZ V - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN. This postcard shows Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV (1882-1945) and his wife, Grand Duchess Alexandra (1882-1963) of Hannover and Cumberland, along with their son Friedrich Franz V. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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38-2725 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOGIN ALEXANDRIA - SON & THREE NEPHEWS (CROWN PRINCE & PRINCESS’S SONS). Kronprinzessin Cecilie came from the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Her brother was the Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV. This postcard shows his wife Alexandria, with their son the Erbgroßherzog, as well as with Friedrich's sister Cecilie’s three sons. $15.00

 

 

 

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45-62 POSTCARD - GRAND DUCHESS ALEXANDRA - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN’S GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH FRANZ IV’S WIFE. This postcard shows the Grand Duchess Alexandra (1882-1963), who was formerly a House of Hannover Princess. She was married to Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV (1882-1945), brother to Crown Princess Cecilie. This was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Großherzogin Anastasia

 

45-76 POSTCARD - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN’S GROßHERZOGIN ANASTASIA. This postcard shows the Grand Duchess Anastasia (1923-1979) of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. She was the youngest daughter of Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV, Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s final ruler. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-77 POSTCARD - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN’S GROßHERZOGIN ANASTASIA AND SON. This postcard shows Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s Grand Duchess Anastasia and her young son. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-752 MODERN-DAY POSTCARD - ERBPRINZ FRIEDRICH LUDWIG - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN. This is a modern-day postcard from the museum at the Mecklenburg-Schwerin royal family’s castle in Schwerin. It depicts Erbprinz Friedrich Ludwig in 1807. $2.00

 

 

 

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38-753 MODERN-DAY POSTCARD - GENERALMAJOR CARL WILHELM LUDWIG HARTWIG von BOTH - MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN. This is a modern-day postcard from the museum at the castle in Schwerin. It features Generalmajor Carl Wilhelm Ludwig Hartwig von Both (1778-1860) of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. He is in full dress uniform. $2.00

 

 

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Mecklenburg-Strelitz

 

45-13 POSTCARD - HERZOG ADOLF FRIEDRICH VI - MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ. This postcard shows Duke Adolf Friedrich VI (1882-1918) of the Duchy of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. He held the small state’s throne from 1914 into 1918. He committed suicide on 23 February 1918. Since issues arose about his successor, Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin became Regent until November 1918, when all German monarchs abdicated. In this photo, he is wearing a dress uniform with a PLM at his throat, a six-place medal bar, and two breast stars. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

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45-233 POSTCARD - GROSSHERZOGIN ELISABETH - MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ. Princess Elisabeth of Anhalt (1857-1933) married Adolf V of Mecklenburg-Strelitz in 1900. She remained the Grand Duchess until 1914, when her husband died. Her son Adolf VI assumed the throne in 1914 and killed himself in 1918. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-14 POSTCARD - HERZOG ADOLF FRIEDRICH VI - MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ. This postcard shows Duke Adolf Friedrich VI (1882-1918) of the Duchy of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. He held the small state’s throne from 1914 into 1918. He committed suicide on 23 February 1918. Since issues arose about his successor, Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin became Regent until November 1918, when all German monarchs abdicated. In the photo, he is wearing a uniform with a six-place medal bar, a breast star, and a neck order. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00

 

 

 

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Oldenburg

 

45-150 POSTCARD - GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH AUGUST II - OLDENBURG. Friedrich August II (1852-1931) was Oldenburg’s final ruler. He appears with three of his children, including the son who would have been the heir to Oldenburg’s throne. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reuss

 

38-2356 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARGARETE. This postcard depicts Prinzessin Victoria Margarete of Prussia (1890-1923). Her father was Prinz Friedrich Leopold (1865-1931), who was Prinz Friedrich Karl’s (1828-1885) son. Through her mother, Victoria was a niece of Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, Wilhelm II’s wife. She married Prinz Heinrich XXXIII Reuss of Köstritz (1879-1942) in May 1913. They divorced on July 14, 1922. She died a year later at age 33. In this photo she wears a large picture hat bedecked with what appear to be white ostrich feathers. She is wearing an elaborate white or light-colored gown, probably a summer outfit. $15.00

 

 

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38-2357 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARGARETE. This postcard depicts Prinzessin Victoria Margarete of Prussia (1890-1923). Her father was Prinz Friedrich Leopold (1865-1931), who was Prinz Friedrich Karl’s (1828-1885) son. Through her mother, Victoria was a niece of Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, Wilhelm II’s wife. She married Prinz Heinrich XXXIII Reuss of Köstritz (1879-1942) in May 1913. They divorced on July 14, 1922. She died a year later at age 33. In this photo she again wears a large picture hat bedecked with what appear to be white ostrich feathers. She is shown from the chest up, wearing a dark frock with a lack neckline. $15.00

 

 

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38-2359 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARGARETE. This postcard depicts Prinzessin Victoria Margarete of Prussia (1890-1923). Her father was Prinz Friedrich Leopold (1865-1931), who was Prinz Friedrich Karl’s (1828-1885) son. Through her mother, Victoria was a niece of Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, Wilhelm II’s wife. She married Prinz Heinrich XXXIII Reuss of Köstritz (1879-1942) in May 1913. They divorced on July 14, 1922. She died a year later at age 33. The princess certainly loved BIG picture hats! In this photo she sports a dark number piled high with white fabric flowers. She is shown from the chest up in a dark jacket and high-necked lace frock. $15.00

 

 

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38-2358 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN VICTORIA MARGARETE. This postcard depicts Prinzessin Victoria Margarete of Prussia (1890-1923). Her father was Prinz Friedrich Leopold (1865-1931), who was Prinz Friedrich Karl’s (1828-1885) son. Through her mother, Victoria was a niece of Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, Wilhelm II’s wife. She married Prinz Heinrich XXXIII Reuss of Köstritz (1879-1942) in May 1913. They divorced on July 14, 1922. She died a year later at age 33. The princess certainly loved BIG picture hats! In this photo, she is wearing a sash and feather concoction with a fur-collared coat and matching fur muff. $15.00

 

 

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Saxe-Altenburg

 

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

 

38-449 POSTCARD - FUNERAL - GRAND DUKE CARL ALEXANDER - SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA. This postcard shows Grand Duke Carl Alexander of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha’s funeral procession in 1901. $10.00

 

 

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38-534 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN KAROLINE MATHILDE - SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA. This postcard shows Prinzessin Karoline Mathilde of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. $10.00

 

 

 

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Saxe-Meinigen

 

38-535 POSTCARD - DUKE GEORG II - SAXE-MEININGEN. This postcard shows the Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, Georg II. $10.00

 

 

 

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45-18 POSTCARD - ERBPRINZESSIN CHARLOTTE - SAXE-MEININGEN. This postcard is of Erbprinzessin Charlotte. She is seated wearing a crown. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saxe-Ernestine

 

Saxe-Weimar

 

45-10 POSTCARD - GROßHERZOG WILHELM ERNST - SAXE-WEIMAR. This postcard shows Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst (1876-1923) of the Grand Duchy of Saxe-Weimar. He served as the small Grand Duchy’s ruler beginning in 1901, after his grandfather’s death. He was an unpopular ruler. Both his abdication and death brought joy to Saxe-Weimar. In this photograph he is seen in profile, wearing a general’s dress uniform. He is wearing a neck order, a four-place medal bar, and two breast stars. The postcard was not mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

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38-461 POSTCARD - DUCHESS FEODORA AND PRINZESSIN SOPHIE - SAXE WEIMAR. This postcard shows Grand Duchess Feodora of Saxe-Weimar and her young daughter Prinzessin Sophie. Sophie was one of four children born to Feodora and the Grand Duke Ernst Wilhelm (1876-1923). $10.00

 

 

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38-462 POSTCARD - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE - SAXE-WEIMAR. Prinzessin Sophie was the first child born to Grand Duke Ernst Wilhelm (1876-1923) and Grand Duchess Feodora of Saxe-Weimar. The young princess is seen with her Teddy Bear, which was a recent development in toys for young children, named for the USA's President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt. $10.00

 

 

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38-474 POSTCARD - FUNERAL PROCESSION - GRAND DUCHESS CAROLINE - SAXE-WEIMAR. Grand Duchess Caroline was the first wife of Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst of Saxe-Weimar. She died at the age of twenty in January 1905. This postcard shows her funeral procession. $10.00

 

 

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38-475 POSTCARD - FUNERAL PROCESSION - GRAND DUCHESS CAROLINE - SAXE-WEIMAR. Grand Duchess Caroline was the first wife of Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst of Saxe-Weimar. She died at the age of twenty in January 1905. This postcard shows her funeral procession. It differs slightly from number 38-473. $10.00

 

 

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38-506 POSTCARD - GRAND DUKE WILHELM ERNST AND PRINZESSIN SOPHIE - SAXE-WEIMAR. This postcard shows Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst and his daughter, Prinzessin Sophie, of Saxe-Weimar. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-507 POSTCARD - GRAND DUCHESS FEODORA - ERZHERZOG WILHELM ERNST - PRINZESSIN SOPHIE - SAXE-WEIMAR. This postcard shows the second wife of Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst, Grand Duchess Feodora of Saxe-Weimar. She is seen with her two children Erzherzog Wilhelm Ernst and Prinzessin Sophie. $10.00

 

 

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Schwarzburg-Rundolstadt

 

45-16 POSTCARD - FÜRST GÜNTHER - SCHWARZBURG-RUDOLSTADT. This is a postcard of Prince Günther (1852-1925) of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. He is seen here in a general’s uniform, wearing numerous orders and decorations. The postcard was never mailed. $20.00
 

 

 

 

 

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Schaumburg-Lippe

 

Waldeck-Pyrmont

 

45-154 POSTCARD - FURST FRIEDRICH - WALDECK und PYRMONT. Friedrich von Waldeck-Pyrmont (1865-1946) was the final Prinz and ruler of the small Principality of Waldeck und Pyrmont from 1893 to November 1918. He appears in a general’s dress uniform. His tunic is bedecked with several neck orders, breast stars, and a large medal bar. The postcard was not mailed and was produced for a German veteran’s organization’s benefit. $20.00
 

 

 

 

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Central Powers

 

Austria's Kaiser Franz Josef & Family

 

45-250 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF I WITH WIFE AND FAMILY -AUSTRIA. This postcard, which is dated 1871, shows Kaiser Franz Josef I and his family in a park-like setting. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-258 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF I OF AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef I of Austria. He is wearing a military uniform in what is actually a pen and ink sketch. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-1069 POSTCARD - AUSTRIAN KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF PRAYING. This postcard shows the Austrian Kaiser Franz-Josef deep in prayer. The postcard has been mailed. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-2369 COLOR POSTCARD - SIXTY YEARS RULE - AUSTRIA - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF. Kaiser Franz Josef had a long rule of Austria. He sat upon the Hapsburg throne for 60+ years. This color postcard commemorates the 60th year of his rule. The central theme is his oval portrait, with the Hapsburg Crown above him. The rest of the postcard shows a variety of postage stamps covering his rule’s span. The reverse shows that the postcard was mailed, but the postage stamp was removed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2186 POSTCARD - 60th ANNIVERSARY - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - AUSTRIA. In Austria during 1908 the entire country celebrated the 60th year of rule of Kaiser Franz Josef. He first assumed the throne in 1848. This postcard commemorates the celebration. A message is written on the reverse. A special stamp and cancellation for the occasion also are present. $20.00

 

 

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38-2370 COLOR POSTCARD - 60th ANNIVERSARY - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This color postcard commemorates 1908, the 60th year of Kaiser Franz Josef’s (1830-1916) reign. It shows him at various states of his reign, which began in 1848. The postcard was mailed and the stamp removed on the reverse. $15.00

 

 

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38-2371 COLOR POSTCARD - 50th ANNIVERSARY - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This color postcard commemorates 1898, the 50th year of Kaiser Franz Josef’s (1830-1916) reign. The lavishly illustrated card depicts the Kaiser in the upper left corner, with his Coat-of-Arms in the center. Pictures of his palace in Vienna and the Hapsburg Castle are above and th left of the Coat-of-Arms. A radiating gold star containing the number "50" is in the upper right corner between the years 1848 and 1898. Beneath it is the phrase "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" (God save the Emperor Franz). $15.00

 

 

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38-2372 COLOR POSTCARD - 50th ANNIVERSARY - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This color postcard commemorates 1898, the 50th year of Kaiser Franz Josef’s (1830-1916) reign. The lavishly illustrated card depicts the Kaiser in the upper left corner, with his Coat-of-Arms in the center. Pictures of his palace in Vienna and the Hapsburg Castle are above and th left of the Coat-of-Arms. A radiating gold star containing the number "50" is in the upper right corner between the years 1848 and 1898. Beneath it is the phrase "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" (God save the Emperor Franz). $15.00

 

 

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38-2378 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA - 60th ANNIVERSARY - REIGN. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef (1830-1916) during the 60th year of his reign (1848-1908). The old emperor is framed by abstract black and white designs that feature portraits of his Vienna and Hapsburg castles, as well as laurel and oak leaves. It was mailed and displays a special Austrian Empire Postage Stamp featuring Franz Josef as he looked in 1848. It is printed onto the postcard. This postcard’s reverse has a cancellation from Prague, and salutations for the anniversary in Czech and German. The note on the back appears to be in Czech, although it is addressed in German to a recipient in Berlin. $15.00

 

 

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45-120 POSTCARD - ERZHERZOG FRANZ CARL AND FAMILY - INCLUDING FUTURE KAISER FRANZ JOSEF. This postcard comes from an 1836 painting. It shows Erzherzog Franz Carl of Austria and his family. Included is the very young future Kaiser, Franz Josef I. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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38-2613 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This color postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef of Austria in a generalfeldmarschall’s dress uniform, complete with epaulettes, numerous medals, breast stars, and decorations. The image comes from a painting and is dated 1914. A message on the obverse has his reproduction signature. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2614 COLOR POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This a wonderful color postcard of Kaiser Franz Josef of Austria. He is in uniform and wears no less than FOUR breast stars, along with other medals. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2615 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef of Austria at a much younger age. I estimate that the pose dates from 1840 to 1860. The postcard was never mailed. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2617 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This postcard depicts Kaiser Franz Josef of Austria. He is seated at a desk signing a promotion patent or award document. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2618 POSTCARD - 60 YEARS - AUSTRIAN THRONE -KAISER FRANZ JOSEF. This postcard commemorates 60 (1848-1908) years on Austria’s throne by Kaiser Franz Josef. The old Kaiser lived another eight years. The postcard’s reverse has a pre cancelled stamp and other cancellations that observe the celebration. $15.00

 

 

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38-2379 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA - 60th ANNIVERSARY - REIGN. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef (1830-1916) during the 60th year of his reign (1848-1908). The old emperor is framed by abstract black and white designs that feature portraits of his Vienna and Hapsburg castles, as well as laurel and oak leaves. It was mailed and displays a special Austrian Empire Postage Stamp featuring Franz Josef as he looked in 1848. It is printed onto the postcard, along with a special stamp of the Hapsburg Crown dated 1914. Salutations for the anniversary appear in Italian and German. At least part of the note on the back is in German. $15.00

 

 

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38-2380 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA - 60th ANNIVERSARY - REIGN. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef (1830-1916) during the 60th year of his reign (1848-1908). The old emperor is framed by abstract black and white designs that feature portraits of his Vienna and Hapsburg castles, as well as laurel and oak leaves. It was mailed and displays a special Austrian Empire Postage Stamp featuring Franz Josef as he looked in 1848. It is printed onto the postcard, along with salutations in German, Polish, and Russian. It was cancelled in Prague, Czechoslovakia. The note on the back is in German. $15.00

 

 

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38-2381 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA - 60th ANNIVERSARY - REIGN. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef (1830-1916) during the 60th year of his reign (1848-1908). The old emperor is framed by abstract black and white designs that feature portraits of his Vienna and Hapsburg castles, as well as laurel and oak leaves. It was mailed and displays a special Austrian Empire Postage Stamp featuring Franz Josef as he looked in 1848. It is printed onto the postcard, along with a salutation in German. It was cancelled in Eger, Hungary and mailed to Coburg, Germany. The note on the back is in German. $15.00

 

 

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38-2383 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef (1830-1916) from the chest up. He wears a uniform with a neck order and an elaborate medal bar. The postcard was mailed in 1916 and cancelled in Passow, Germany. $15.00

 

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38-2386 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ-JOSEF - ERZHERZOG FRANZ JOSEF OTTO - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Kaiser Franz Josef (1830-1916) in an Austrian general’s uniform. With him is the young Erzherzog Franz Josef Otto, born 20 November 1912, son of the future Kaiser Karl. (Otto has been the Habsburg pretender to the Austrian throne since 1922). The postcard was mailed during WW I, complete with a postage stamp. $15.00

 

 

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38-1324 POSTCARD - KAISER FRANZ JOSEF - 60 YEARS - RULER - AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. This postcard celebrates sixty years of rule by Kaiser Franz Josef (1848-1908) of Austria. The postcard was mailed in Vienna in 1916. $12.00

 

 

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38-2414 POSTCARD - KAISERIN ELISABETH'S MONUMENT - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows the monument to Kaiserin Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1898). Affectionately known as "Sissi," she was Kaiser Franz Josef’s wife. She was born in Bavaria as a princess. Franz Josef’s life was filled with tragedy. First, his son Crown Prince Rudolf killed himself. Then in 1898, while visiting Italy, Sissi was assassinated. As if that were not enough, Franz Josef’s new heir, Franz Ferdinand, was himself assassinated in June 1914, which touched off WW I. The monument to Sissi was erected in Vienna (Wien). The postcard has been mailed. $15.00

 

 

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38-2391 POSTCARD - ERZHERZOG CARL FRANZ JOSEF & FAMILY - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Erzherzog Carl Franz Josef, his wife and his two young children. This was mailed as a Feldpostkarte in 1915. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2392 POSTCARD - ERZHERZOG FRANZ FERDINAND - FAMILY - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his family. Franz Ferdinand, the heir to Austro-Hungary’s throne, and his wife were assassinated in Sarajevo in June 1914. The event sparked the beginning of WW I. $15.00

 

 

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38-2619 POSTCARD - ARCHDUKE FRANZ FERDINAND WITH WIFE & THREE CHILDREN. This postcard shows Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Franz Josef’s heir to the Austrian throne. He appears with his wife and three children. The 1913 photograph was taken in Vienna. He was assassinated, along with his wife, at Sarajevo in June 1914. This act contributed to WW I’s start approximately one month later, after much political wangling. The postcard was not mailed. If you look to the left of Franz Ferdinand’s wife, you will find some bubbling or other damage. The postcard is priced accordingly. $8.00

 

 

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38-2390 POSTCARD - ERZHERZOG LEOPOLD FERDINAND - AUSTRIA. This postcard shows Erzherzog Leopold Ferdinand of Austria in uniform. He was a cousin of Austria’s royal family, Archduke Ferdinand IV of Tuscany’s son, and quite the black sheep. Leopold fell in love with a prostitute and suffered from alcoholism. His parents had him dried-out, then tried to bribe him to abandon his mistress. He left the Imperial House and fled to Switzerland, where he married the prostitute, Wilhelmina Adamovich, whom he later divorced. (He married two more times). He petitioned Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria to renounce his rank as an archduke, which was granted in 1902. He took the name Leopold Wölfling, after a peak in the Ore Mountains. He was forbidden from entering Austrian lands and became a Swiss citizen. He was given money from the state, as well as an income from his parents. After World War I, Wölfling's allowance from his family stopped. He had many adventures before returning to Austria and opening a delicatessen store in Vienna where he sold salami and olive oil. He eventually wrote a book called From Archduke to Grocer. He died in 1935. $15.00

 

 

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Austria's Kaiser Karl I & Family

 

45-19 POSTCARD - KAISER CARL - AUSTRIA. This is a postcard of Austria’s Kaiser Carl I (1887-1922). He was Austria’s final Kaiser. He is in uniform, with his reproduction signature below his image. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-155 POSTCARD - KAISER KARL I - AUSTRIA. Karl I (1887-1922) was Austria’s final Kaiser, ruling from 1916 until his abdication in 1918 following WW I’s end. He appears in a Hussar’s feldgrau uniform. He is wearing several orders and decorations. The postcard was mailed in 1917. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-20 POSTCARD - KAISER CARL - AUSTRIA. This is a postcard of Austria’s Kaiser Carl I (1887-1922). He was Austria’s final Kaiser. He is in uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-142 POSTCARD - AUSTRIA’S KAISERIN ZITA AND KRONPRINZ OTTO. This postcard shows Kaiser Karl I of Austria’s wife, Zita, and their son, Crown Prince Otto. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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Austrian Nobility

 

45-249 POSTCARD - MAXIMILIAN - EMPEROR OF MEXICO. This postcard shows Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico (1832-1867). He actually was Austrian, but was set upon Mexico’s throne with Napoleon III’s blessing. His rule was not a happy one. He was executed by Mexican patriots who did not want a European sitting on their country’s throne. He appears to be wearing a civilian suit with a neck order. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-261 COLOR POSTCARD: AUSTRIA’S ARCHDUKE EUGEN. This is a color postcard of Archduke Eugen Ferdinand Pius Bernhard Felix Maria of Austria-Teschen (1863-1954). He began his military career in 1877. During his early military career, he served in the Tyrolean Kaiserjäger-Regiment and in a Husaren-Regiment. After completing a rigid military education, he was posted to the Austrian General staff. Then he was posted to Infanterie-Regiment Nr 13, first as a Bataillon Commander, and then as the Regimental Commander. From this, he was promoted to a Brigade, and later, a Division Commander. In 1900, he was promoted to General der Kavallerie (equal to a U.S. Lieutenant General) of the Austrian XIV. ArmeeKorps. (Some say that Archduke Franz Ferdinand was increasingly jealous of him). Eugen retired from the army in 1911, at the age of forty-eight.
After Franz Ferdinand’s assassination in 1914 and WW I’s ensuing outbreak, Eugen returned to command the 5. Armee. He was promoted to Generaloberst in May 1915, and commanded all Austrian troops from the Swiss border to the Adriatic. In March 1916, he was officially placed in charge of an Armeegruppe known as Herresgruppen-Kommando Erzherzog Eugen. He assumed command of the 3. Armee and 11. Armee in the Spring of 1916. He was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall in November 1916. [Please remember that a generalfeldmarschall’s rank was not given out lightly or in any great numbers in either the German or the Austrian Army].
Archduke Eugen was released from active duty in December 1917 at Kaiser Karl’s behest. After the armistice with Russia, fewer military commanders were needed on the Western Front. He lived a quiet life after WW I, spending a great deal of time in Switzerland. He died in Austria at the age of ninety-one, a very popular man. During WW I, he received more than seven high-level Austrian decorations. He also received more than twenty decorations from Austria’s allies. Among them was Germany’s Orden Pour le Mérite in 1916, and the Orden Pour le Mérite with Oak Leaves in 1917.
This color postcard shows Archduke Eugen in uniform when he was a General der Kavallerie. He held the rank from 1900 through 1915, when he was promoted to Generaloberst. The postcard was not mailed. [Please check our Orders & Medals Merchandise Page Nr 1, where we are offering medals that were awarded to Eugen, click here to see].
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45-262 POSTCARD: ARCHDUKE EUGEN OF AUSTRIA. This is a postcard of Archduke Eugen Ferdinand Pius Bernhard Felix Maria of Austria-Teschen (1863-1954). He began his military career in 1877. During his early military career, he served in the Tyrolean Kaiserjäger-Regiment and in a Husaren-Regiment. After completing a rigid military education, he was posted to the Austrian General staff. Then he was posted to Infanterie-Regiment Nr 13, first as a Bataillon Commander, and then as the Regimental Commander. From this, he was promoted to a Brigade, and later, a Division Commander. In 1900, he was promoted to General der Kavallerie (equal to a U.S. Lieutenant General) of the Austrian XIV. ArmeeKorps. (Some say that Archduke Franz Ferdinand was increasingly jealous of him). Eugen retired from the army in 1911, at the age of forty-eight.
After Franz Ferdinand’s assassination in 1914 and WW I’s ensuing outbreak, Eugen returned to command the 5. Armee. He was promoted to Generaloberst in May 1915, and commanded all Austrian troops from the Swiss border to the Adriatic. In March 1916, he was officially placed in charge of an Armeegruppe known as Herresgruppen-Kommando Erzherzog Eugen. He assumed command of the 3. Armee and 11. Armee in the Spring of 1916. He was promoted to Generalfeldmarschall in November 1916. [Please remember that a generalfeldmarschall’s rank was not given out lightly or in any great numbers in either the German or the Austrian Army].
Archduke Eugen was released from active duty in December 1917 at Kaiser Karl’s behest. After the armistice with Russia, fewer military commanders were needed on the Western Front. He lived a quiet life after WW I, spending a great deal of time in Switzerland. He died in Austria at the age of ninety-one, a very popular man. During WW I, he received more than seven high-level Austrian decorations. He also received more than twenty decorations from Austria’s allies. Among them was Germany’s Orden Pour le Mérite in 1916, and the Orden Pour le Mérite with Oak Leaves in 1917.
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Romanian & Bulgarian Royalty

 

 

45-145 POSTCARD - ROMANIA’S CROWN PRINCESS MARIE AND HER TWO SONS. This postcard displays Crown Princess Marie of Romania and her two sons, Karol and Nikolaus. It was not mailed. $15.00
 

 

 

 

 

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45-257 POSTCARD - PRINZ KYRILL - BULGARIA. This postcard shows Prince Kyrill of Bulgaria. He was King Boris I of Bulgaria’s second son. The young prince appears in a naval uniform. The postcard was not mailed. $10.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Allied Powers & Other Dignitaries

 

45-256 POSTCARD - KING EDWARD VII - ENGLAND. This postcard shows King Edward VII of England. He is wearing a uniform with many decorations and orders. The postcard was not mailed. $10.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2421 POSTCARD - QUEEN ASTRID - BELGIUM. This postcard shows an image of Princess Astrid of Sweden (1905-1935) who married King Leopold III of Belgium and became Queen Astrid. She was killed in an auto accident in 1935 while visiting Switzerland. The postcard has a small inset photo of her and a photo of a chapel that was built in her memory near the accident site. She was greatly beloved in Belgium. $15.00

 

 

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38-820 POSTCARD - POPE PIUS X. This is a formal portrait photograph of Pope Pius X. The postcard was mailed from Italy to Switzerland. $5.00

 

 

 

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38-821 POSTCARD - POPE PIUS XII. This is a photograph of Pope Pius XII working on papers at his desk. $5.00

 

 

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38-822 POSTCARD - POPE PIUS XII. This is a photograph of Pope Pius XII typing at his desk. $5.00

 

 

 

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38-823 POSTCARD - POPE LEON XIII. This is a pose of Pope Leon XIII offering his blessings from his throne. $5.00

 

 

 

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38-1892 POSTCARD - KRONPRINZ CARL - ROMANIA. Crown Prince Carl of Romania is seated, in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-2309 COLOR POSTCARD - KING VICTOR EMMANUEL III - ITALY. This color postcard depicts Victor Emmanuel III of Italy (1869 - 1947). $15.00

 

 

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38-2310 POSTCARD - KING VICTOR EMMANUEL III - ITALY. This postcard shows King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy. $15.00

 

 

 

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38-2311 POSTCARD - KING UMBERTO - ITALY. This color postcard depicts King Umberto I of Italy (1844 - 1900).$15.00

 

 

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38-2314 COLOR POSTCARD - QUEEN WILHELMINA - NETHERLANDS. This color postcard depicts the Netherlands’ Queen Wilhelmina (1880 - 1962). She married Hendrik, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in 1901. She was a symbol of Dutch strength and heroism throughout her reign, which included both World Wars. She abdicated in favor of her daughter Juliana in September 1948, after reigning almost 58 years. $15.00

 

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38-2315 COLOR POSTCARD - QUEEN WILHELMINA - NETHERLANDS. This color postcard depicts the Netherlands’ Queen Wilhelmina (1880 - 1962). She married Hendrik, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in 1901. She was a symbol of Dutch strength and heroism throughout her reign, which included both World Wars. She abdicated in favor of her daughter Juliana in September 1948, after reigning almost 58 years. $15.00

 

 

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45-157 POSTCARD - ELISABETH BÖHM VAN ENDERT. This is a postcard of Elisabeth Böhm van Endert (1876-1956). She was a noted opera and chamber singer in Germany. The postcard was not mailed. $5.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-158 POSTCARD - ELISABETH BÖHM VAN ENDERT. This is a postcard of Elisabeth Böhm van Endert (1876-1956). She was a noted opera and chamber singer in Germany. The postcard was not mailed. $5.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-159 POSTCARD - S. M. MARIE HENRIETTE REINE DES BELGES. This is a postcard for Marie Henriette, Queen of Belgium. The postcard was not mailed. $5.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-161 POSTCARD - S. A. R. MONSEIGNEUR LE COMTRE DE FLANDRE. This postcard shows a member of Belgium’s nobility, S. A. R. Monseigneur le Comte de Flandre (Count of Flanders). The postcard was not mailed. $5.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-162 POSTCARD - S. A. R. MONSEIGNEUR LE Duc D’ALENCON. This postcard shows a member of Belgium’s nobility, S. A. R. Monseigneur le Duc d’Alencon. The postcard was not mailed. $5.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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45-163 POSTCARD - RUSSIA’S GRAND DUKE KIRILL & DAUGHTER PRINCESS MARIE. This postcard shows Grand Duke Kirill (1876-1938) of Russia and his infant daughter, Princess Marie. Kirill was a member of the Romanov family. After the death of Nicholas II and the Russian revolution, Kirill was the Pretender to the Russian throne. The postcard was not mailed. $15.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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38-2316 COLOR POSTCARD - QUEEN WILHELMINA - NETHERLANDS. This color postcard depicts the Netherlands’ Queen Wilhelmina (1880 - 1962). She married Hendrik, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in 1901. She was a symbol of Dutch strength and heroism throughout her reign, which included both World Wars. She abdicated in favor of her daughter Juliana in September 1948, after reigning almost 58 years. This postcard shows the young queen’s portrait within an oval, and a framed sketch of a Dutch castle or official building. Its caption is in Dutch "Ter Herinnering aan de Troonbestijging onzer geeerbiedigte Koningin 31. August 1898," which roughly translates to "In Remembrance of the accession to the throne of our honored or revered Queen 31. August 1898." $15.00

 

 

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38-2187 COLOR POSTCARD - KING GEORGE V - OFFICERS - RNAS. This is a color postcard showing King George V of England inspecting Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) aviators during WW I. The postcard was mailed during WW I. $15.00

 

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38-2188 COLOR POSTCARD - KING GEORGE V - OFFICERS - RNAS. This is a color postcard showing King George V of England inspecting Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) aviators during WW I. A message is written on the reverse, but the postcard was not mailed. $15.00

 

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38-1893 POSTCARD - KING CARLOS - PORTUGAL. This is a postcard of King Carlos of Portugal. He is standing and in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1894 POSTCARD - KING ALPHONSE XIII - SPAIN - PRINCESS ENA - BATTENBERG. This postcard shows King Alphonse XIII of Spain and his wife, Ena of Battenberg. $10.00

 

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45-123 POSTCARD - SPAIN’S ALFONSO XIII. This postcard shows of King Alonso XIII of Spain mounted on a horse. He was Alfonso XII of Spain’s posthumous son, who was proclaimed King at his birth. He reigned from 1886-1931. His mother, Queen Maria Christina, was appointed regent during his minority. When he turned 16 in 1902, he assumed control of the state. During his reign, Spain lost its last colonies in the Americas (Cuba and Puerto Rico) and the Philippines; fought and, after several setbacks, won a war in Morocco; and endured the dictatorship of Miguel Primo de Rivera, which ultimately cost him the throne. He died in exile in Rome. The postcard was mailed in 1905. $15.00

 

 

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38-1895 POSTCARD - KING ALPHONSE XIII - SPAIN. This postcard depicts King Alphonse XIII of Spain in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1900 POSTCARD - PRINCE OF WALES. This earlier postcard shows the future King Edward VII as the Prince of Wales. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1902 POSTCARD - KING EDWARD VII - ENGLAND. This postcard shows King Edward VII of England in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1903 POSTCARD - KING EDWARD VII - ENGLAND. This postcard shows King Edward VII of England in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1904 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE - DENMARK. This postcard shows the Crown Prince of Denmark in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1906 POSTCARD - CROWN PRINCE FERDINAND - ROMANIA. This postcard shows Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1907 POSTCARD - KING ALBERT - BELGIUM. This postcard shows King Albert of Belgium in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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38-1909 POSTCARD - GRAF SZEPTYCKI. This postcard shows Graf Szeptycki, who was commander of the Polish Legion. He is in uniform. $10.00

 

 

 

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