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  • 19th Century Red Stag from 1892 Eulenburg Hunt of Kaiser Wilhelm II

  • $13,900.00

  • Historic "hirsch" (red deer stag) from the well-known 1892 Kaiser Wilhelm II hunt at the Eulenburg family estate of Liebenberg Castle in Brandenberg, Germany. The antlers are mounted to a replacement hand-carved griffin gilded wooden plaque in the Black Forest style.

    The wooden skull cap is adorned with a Baden officer's helmet plate. Hanging from the antlers is a "Fürst Pless Horn" (Prince Pless Horn). Hans Heinrich XI, Prince of Pless, was "Colonel Jägermeister" (Hunting Master) under the emperors Wilhelm I and Wilhelm II. A magnificent piece of European history.

    Measures approximately 20.5 inches wide by 27 inches high and 24 inches in depth. Antler spread is approximately 43 inches at widest point.

    Part of The European Hunt Collection, this collection of antique hunting trophies has been examined and appraised by James Supp of Coronado Trading Co., who is best known for his work with the PBS production "Antiques Roadshow".

    All pieces in this collection have been examined and appraised and come with a Certificate of Authenticity document.


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