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  • 19th Century Red Stag on Black Forest Hessen Plaque from Kaiser Wilhelm II

  • $16,500.00

  • Originally hunted during Kaiser Wilhelm II's Eulenburg hunt of 1892, this magnificent trophy features a delicately detailed hand-carved Black Forest plaque representing the Hessen family of Germany (which includes both the laurel leaf and oak leaves motif on either side). Bavarian General Field Marshall's original wappen attached to the front and the original horn used in the hunt. The Fürst-Pless-Horn was named in 1880 by Hans Heinrich XI, Prince of Pless, the Colonel Jägermeister under the Emperors Wilhelm I and Wilhelm II. We believe this trophy may have been taken by Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany during this historic Eulenburg hunt of 1892.

    Part of The European Hunt collection, this collection of antique hunting trophies from German and Austrian royalty and houses of nobility 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." Certificate of Authenticity included.

    Plaque measures approximately 29" H X 19" W.

    Antlers measures approximately 47" H X 37" W x 27" D.

     

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