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COMMEMORATIVE SILVER PLATE – POST WW I FOR NCO – REGIMENT der GARDES du CORPS

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$295.00 $195.00

COMMEMORATIVE SILVER PLATE – POST WW I FOR NCO – REGIMENT der GARDES du CORPS

This is a consignment item. It is a lovely silver plate to a Regiment der Garde du Corps Wachtmeister. The plate is dated 1.10.1927, some nine or ten years after his service in the regiment. The plate measures 11″ in diameter. The edges are scalloped to give it character. In the center is a crowned cypher that appears to be GdC (not what they used during the Imperial German Period, but by 1927, who knows?). The date appears directly below it. Text circling the plate’s outer section reads “Dem letzten etatmäßigen Wachtmeister des Regts. Gardes du Corps” (The last regular Watch Master of the Regiments [der] Gardes du Corps) across the top, “Die Traditions-Schwadron” (The Traditional Squadron) across the bottom.
The obverse displays a number of problem areas, with a great deal of small scratches scattered across its surface. Several distinct smudges also affect the plate’s bottom third. The plate’s reverse features the half moon and Hohenzollern Crown silver hallmarks as mandated by Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1885, as well as a .800 silver hallmark. These are followed by a hallmark for the jewelry firm that produced it, “D. GADEBUSCH.” [The Potsdam jewelry firm was founded in 1844. It was moved to Cologne (Köln) after WW 2, where it remains in business to this day].
While the condition is not quite what we prefer, please remember that it is nearly ninety-years-old and has been through a lot before coming to us. The subject matter is interesting and the plate still displays well.

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COMMEMORATIVE SILVER PLATE – POST WW I FOR NCO – REGIMENT der GARDES du CORPS

This is a consignment item. It is a lovely silver plate to a Regiment der Garde du Corps Wachtmeister. The plate is dated 1.10.1927, some nine or ten years after his service in the regiment. The plate measures 11″ in diameter. The edges are scalloped to give it character. In the center is a crowned cypher that appears to be GdC (not what they used during the Imperial German Period, but by 1927, who knows?). The date appears directly below it. Text circling the plate’s outer section reads “Dem letzten etatmäßigen Wachtmeister des Regts. Gardes du Corps” (The last regular Watch Master of the Regiments [der] Gardes du Corps) across the top, “Die Traditions-Schwadron” (The Traditional Squadron) across the bottom.
The obverse displays a number of problem areas, with a great deal of small scratches scattered across its surface. Several distinct smudges also affect the plate’s bottom third. The plate’s reverse features the half moon and Hohenzollern Crown silver hallmarks as mandated by Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1885, as well as a .800 silver hallmark. These are followed by a hallmark for the jewelry firm that produced it, “D. GADEBUSCH.” [The Potsdam jewelry firm was founded in 1844. It was moved to Cologne (Köln) after WW 2, where it remains in business to this day].
While the condition is not quite what we prefer, please remember that it is nearly ninety-years-old and has been through a lot before coming to us. The subject matter is interesting and the plate still displays well.