10 July 2007
A BERLIN (K.P.M.) RED-GROUND CABINET-PLATE
CIRCA 1825, BLUE SCEPTRE MARK, BROWN PRINTED EAGLE AND K.P.M. MARK, INCISED 25, BLUE COLLECTION MARK OF INDISTINCT MONOGRAM BELOW A CORONET
The centre with a military commander on horseback reviewing his troops before a wood within a richly gilt well with burnished loop and foliage ornament, the ceiling wax red border with black eagles flanking gilt cornucopiae and hearts between gilt band borders (rim chip at 8 o'clock)
9½ in. (24.1 cm.) diam.
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A plate with a military scene and related red-ground border with black eagles (within a different rim) was sold by Sotheby's London on 9th July 1997, lot 106.
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