This postcard shows the Gräfin Ina Marie Rupin (1888-1973). She was married to Prinz Oskar (1888-1958), one of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sons. She was the Countess von Bassewitz when she married Oskar. Her marriage to Oskar thus was morgantic, meaning neither she nor her children could become full-fledged princesses or princes. Instead, she was created Gräfin Ina Marie von Rupin. In 1920 she was named a princess with its full rank and privileges. Her children were granted these rights, as well.