31 October 2002
Eine Deutsche Silberschale
A German silver serving-dish
Mark of Johann George Hossauer, Berlin, 1829
Shaped circular with ribbon-bound reeded border cast and chased at intervals with fruiting vines, engraved with the Order of the Black Eagle, the reverse with initial W with Royal Prussian crown above for Prince Wilhelm, later Emperor Wilhelm I, marked on reverse, numbered and engraved with scratchweight 'NO 3 4 MR 2 LTH'
12¾in. (32.3cm.) diam.
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