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OFFICER’S PROMOTION PATENT FROM MAJOR TO OBERSTLEUTNANT SIGNED BY KAISER WILHELM II

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This document is for a promotion from a major to an oberstleutnant. His name was von Münstermann. He had been serving in Feldartillerie-Regiment von Peucker (1. Schlesisches) Nr 6 as a major. His promotion found him assigned to 1. Pommersches Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr 2. This proud regiment was one of two that wore the “Colberg 1807″ bandeaux on its kugelhelme’s wappen. With the rank of oberstleutnant, von Münstermann may have commanded the regiment or he may have been the deputy commander to the regimental commander. He was long past commanding a Bataillon. Based on his age, it is likely that he retired before WW I began. It is also quite possible that he retired as a general. Von Munstermann was promoted and the document was signed at the Neues Palais on 15 June 1892. The document is boldly signed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. The Hohenzollern Seal is to the left of his signature. The document measures 14 1/4″ x 8 ½.” It has been folded in half one way, and in thirds the other. The document is in mint condition.

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This document is for a promotion from a major to an oberstleutnant. His name was von Münstermann. He had been serving in Feldartillerie-Regiment von Peucker (1. Schlesisches) Nr 6 as a major. His promotion found him assigned to 1. Pommersches Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr 2. This proud regiment was one of two that wore the “Colberg 1807″ bandeaux on its kugelhelme’s wappen. With the rank of oberstleutnant, von Münstermann may have commanded the regiment or he may have been the deputy commander to the regimental commander. He was long past commanding a Bataillon. Based on his age, it is likely that he retired before WW I began. It is also quite possible that he retired as a general. Von Munstermann was promoted and the document was signed at the Neues Palais on 15 June 1892. The document is boldly signed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. The Hohenzollern Seal is to the left of his signature. The document measures 14 1/4″ x 8 ½.” It has been folded in half one way, and in thirds the other. The document is in mint condition.

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This document is for a promotion from a major to an oberstleutnant. His name was von Münstermann. He had been serving in Feldartillerie-Regiment von Peucker (1. Schlesisches) Nr 6 as a major. His promotion found him assigned to 1. Pommersches Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr 2. This proud regiment was one of two that wore the “Colberg 1807″ bandeaux on its kugelhelme’s wappen. With the rank of oberstleutnant, von Münstermann may have commanded the regiment or he may have been the deputy commander to the regimental commander. He was long past commanding a Bataillon. Based on his age, it is likely that he retired before WW I began. It is also quite possible that he retired as a general. Von Munstermann was promoted and the document was signed at the Neues Palais on 15 June 1892. The document is boldly signed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. The Hohenzollern Seal is to the left of his signature. The document measures 14 1/4″ x 8 ½.” It has been folded in half one way, and in thirds the other. The document is in mint condition.

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