This is a large, period-framed photograph of sailors who served with the Kommando in Admiralstab (Admirals’ Staff Command) in Berlin, 1907. A total of twenty-one men is in the photograph, which uses a large kriegsflagge for background. The photograph’s matted area features information on their assignment and year at the top. EACH man is identified at the bottom. The photograph measures 8 1/2″ x 11.” A problem exists with the large-format photograph. You will note a large number of what appears to be black dots. Something also has begun with the developing process. Some of the faces are distorted and difficult to decipher. The photograph and matte are in a period frame, measuring 19″ x 21 1/2.” It is made of wood with a brass inner section and a gilded inner trim. Glass covers the photograph. It is an amazing piece of history that is more than one-hundred-years-old. It is bargain-priced. [Shipping will be more costly due to its size and depending on its delivery destination].