2 - 3 June 2015
TWENTY-FOUR GERMAN SILVER DINNER-PLATES
TWO WITH MARK OF J. WAGNER AND SOHNE, BERLIN, DATED 1911, TWENTY-TWO WITH MARK OF GEBRÜDER FRIEDLÄNDER, BERLIN, DATED 1913-1916
Each shaped circular with ribbon-tied reeded border, cast and chased at intervals with fruiting vines, twenty engraved with 'WR' monogram with Royal Prussian crown above, each marked underneath, further engraved with scratchweights, in leather case
10 ½ in. (26.6 cm.) diam.
614 oz. 10 dwt. (19,114 gr.)
The monogram and crown are for Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany, King of Prussia (1859-1941).
Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany (1859-1941), King of Prussia and then by descent to
A Descendant of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany, King of Prussia (1859-1941); Christie's, London, 30 September 2014, lot 201.
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