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  • SOUP BOWL – PERSONAL TABLEWARE – KRONPRINZ WILHELM – 1905

    SKU: 20-196

    $1,550.00

    KPM was the leading porcelain manufacturer during the Imperial German Period. This quality maker of porcelain is still in business today. It remains one of the world’s finest producers of porcelain objects. KPM provided top quality tableware to all of Prussia’s royal families, going back to Frederick the Great. Today we are offering a soup bowl, which was a part of Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) of Prussia’s personal service. It measures 9 1/2″ in diameter. It is beautifully hand painted, featuring Kronprinz Wilhelm’s crowned royal cypher. Wilhelm was married in 1905 to Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954), of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. This set was produced in 1905, the year Wilhelm married Cecilie. I expect it was done as a result of the marriage, and for the greater amount of dinners that he and his wife would soon host. The reverse of the bowl is hallmarked for KPM and 1905.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZ WILHELM – KRONPRINZESSEN CECILIE – FIVE CHILDREN

    SKU: 38-804

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – HER DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2012

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie with her youngest child, daughter and namesake Princess Cecilie.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-1251

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-1267

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – THREE OLDEST SONS

    SKU: 38-2247

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & HER TWO OLDEST SONS

    SKU: 38-2246

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & HER TWO OLDEST SONS

    SKU: 38-2245

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & TWO OLDEST SONS

    SKU: 38-2244

    $15.00

    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).

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & TWO OLDEST SONS

    SKU: 38-2243

    $15.00

    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).

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  • POSTCARD – CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE – DAUGHTER

    SKU: 38-2545

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie (1886-1954), along with her daughter Prinzessin Cecilie. The postcard was not mailed.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & YOUNGEST SON PRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 38-2242

    $15.00

    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).

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & YOUNGEST SON PRINZ FRIEDRICH

    SKU: 38-2241

    $15.00

    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).

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 38-2240

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 38-2239

    $12.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 38-2238

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE & OLDEST SON PRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 38-2237

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2235

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2234

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2233

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2231

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2230

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2229

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2228

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2227

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2226

    $10.00

    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.

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    POSTCARD – KAISERIN AND KRONPRINZESSIN WITH FIRST GRANDCHILD

    SKU: 45-39

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – CROWN PRINCESS AND LADIES FROM A CHARITABLE GROUP

    SKU: 45-106

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE

    SKU: 38-2330

    $15.00

    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.

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  • GERMANY – SANKE CARD – CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE AND TWO NAVAL AVIATORS – NR 302

    SKU: 42-330

    $65.00

    Early Sanke card Nr 302 featurin Crown Princess Cecilie and two naval aviators standing in front of an airplane….  

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    POCKET FLASK ATTRIBUTED TO KRONPRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 20-342 XKR

    $1,795.00 $1,525.00

    POCKET FLASK ATTRIBUTED TO KRONPRINZ WILHELM. This is a consignment item. This is a superb example of a pocket flask and is attributed to Kronprinz Wilhelm of Germany. Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) was Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941) and Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria’s (1858-1921) eldest son, and the heir to the German Empire’s throne. He became, instead, the “Kaiser who never was.” Kronprinz Wilhelm married Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s Duchess Cecilie (1886-1954) in 1905. As she was a beautiful woman, and the Kronprinz was an attractive man, the young pair was rivaled only by the younger Wilhelm’s parents as Imperial Germany’s most popular couple. Dozens of postcards were issued that featured them individually and together, many with their ever-growing family. [On a sad note, their eldest son, also a Wilhelm (1906-1940), was killed in France during WW II. His death caused the German military to pull all royals from front-line service. He had renounced his title when his Grandfather Wilhelm II tried to influence whom he could marry]. As were so many royals, young Kronprinz Wilhelm was trained for the military. In spite of the (presumed) circumspection such training might have encouraged, Kronprinz Wilhelm was a notorious womanizer. He and his wife eventually lived separate lives. In August 1914 Kronprinz Wilhelm assumed command of the V. Armee, the principal army that eventually became involved in the Battle of Verdun. Both Germany and France committed about 1,250,000 troops to the battle, which officially ran from 21 February through 18 December 1916. French casualties ranged from 315,000 to…

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  • CONDOLENCE THANK YOU CARD FROM PRINZ LOUIS FERDINAND OF PRUSSIA FOR HIS FATHER KRONPRINZ WILHELM OF PRUSSIA

    SKU: 19-160

    $115.00

    This is a note from Prinz Louis Ferdinand of Prussia to a sympathizer who sent his condolences on the death of his father, Kronprinz (later Pretender to Germany’s throne) Wilhelm (1882-1951). Prinz Louis Ferdinand (1907-1994) was the second son of Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie. He became the eldest surviving son when his brother, Prinz Wilhelm (1906-1940) was killed in France during WW II while serving in the army. Prinz Louis Ferdinand became the Pretender to Germany’s throne when his father died in 1951. This card, which measures 4 1/8″ x 5 3/4,” is creme-colored and bordered in black. A printed message appears extending appreciation for the kind wishes expressed to the family. The card, from Bremen-Borgfeld, is dated 1951 (July) in the lower left corner. The card is boldly signed in black ink by Louis Ferdinand. It comes with its original mailing envelope, and is addressed to “Rittmeister a. D. Adolf von Lauff.” The envelope is bordered in black, and its inside is all black. The envelope was never mailed. Apparently, it was hand-delivered.

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  • BREAD/DESSERT PLATE – PERSONAL TABLEWARE – KRONPRINZ WILHELM – 1916

    SKU: 20-197

    $1,295.00

    KPM was the leading porcelain manufacturer during the Imperial German Period. This quality maker of porcelain is still in business today. It remains one of the world’s finest producers of porcelain objects. KPM provided top quality tableware to all of Prussia’s royal families, going back to Frederick the Great. Today we are offering a bread or dessert plate, which was a part of Kronprinz Wilhelm (1882-1951) of Prussia’s personal service. It measures 7″ in diameter. It is beautifully hand painted, featuring Kronprinz Wilhelm’s crowned royal cypher. Wilhelm was married in 1905 to Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1886-1954), of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. This set was set produced in 1916. It is still of very high quality for having been produced during the middle of WW I. The bowl’s reverse is hallmarked for KPM and 1916. A very small chip appears on the reverse. It cannot be seen from the obverse.

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    POSTCARD – GRAND DUCHESS ALEXANDRA – MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN’S GRAND DUKE FRIEDRICH FRANZ IV’S WIFE

    SKU: 45-62

    $15.00

    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.

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  • POSTCARD – GROßHERZOGIN ALEXANDRIA – SON & THREE NEPHEWS (CROWN PRINCE & PRINCESS’S SONS)

    SKU: 38-2725

    $15.00

    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.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ WILHELM – PRUSSIA

    SKU: 38-1457

    $15.00

    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.”

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ WILHELM – PRUSSIA

    SKU: 38-1456

    $15.00

    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.”

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ WILHELM – PRUSSIA

    SKU: 38-1455

    $15.00

    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.

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    POSTCARD – THREE OLDEST SONS – CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2030

    $15.00

    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.

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    POSTCARD – TWO OLDEST SONS – CROWN PRINCE WILHELM AND CROWN PRINCESS CECILIE

    SKU: 38-2029

    $15.00

    This postcard shows the two eldest sons of Crown Prince Wilhelm and Crown Princess Cecilie. Each boy wears a straw hat.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ WILHELM – PRUSSIA

    SKU: 38-1453

    $15.00

    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!

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – SIX CHILDREN

    SKU: 38-1449

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her six children. All of the boys are dressed in sailor jumpers.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – TWO SONS

    SKU: 38-1448

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her two oldest sons.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – DAUGHTER PRINZESSIN ALEXANDRINE

    SKU: 38-1447

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her daughter Princess Alexandrine.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – PRINZ FRIEDRICH

    SKU: 38-1446

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her son, Prinz Friedrich.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ HUBERTUS – SON – KRONPRINZ WILHELM

    SKU: 38-1563

    $15.00

    This postcard shows a very young Prinz Hubertus of Prussia. His parents were Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kronprinzessin Cecilie.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

    SKU: 38-1592

    $15.00

    This postcard shows the Crown Princess Cecilie. She is looking across her shoulder and is wearing pearls.

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  • POSTCARD – KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE – YOUNGEST SON PRINZ FRIEDRICH

    SKU: 38-1445

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Crown Princess Cecilie, along with her youngest son, Prinz Friedrich.

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