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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Napkins OH?
« on: January 30, 2012, 12:14:39 PM »
After have look around at the internet, so these was of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna and her father NII...What I can tell so all is original - not reproductions! Came from a noble family there had a fairly close relationship with the Tsar family.
In same collections of the family was these two picture with frames....

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Broche, is that Tsar Nicholas II?
« on: January 30, 2012, 11:30:10 AM »
What I can see so is that a Enamel painting, but I can not see which material this was becaused the case was fill of gold!

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Napkins OH?
« on: January 30, 2012, 11:26:59 AM »
And a other napkin

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Napkins OH?
« on: January 30, 2012, 11:19:34 AM »
What can people tell about the napkin?
Are that rare or common? Some idea about price, because we perhaps will sell them?!


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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Broche, is that Tsar Nicholas II?
« on: January 30, 2012, 10:53:33 AM »
Gold and silver frame with 60 rose-cut diamonds, unmarks - from a estate.

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Broche, is that Tsar Nicholas II?
« on: January 30, 2012, 10:40:33 AM »

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Collection of the Coronation Menu from 1896
« on: November 27, 2009, 05:29:49 AM »
Dear Graf Aleksandr Pavlovich and Forum Admin,

Thank you for the intresting of the paper - and I can also tell for them to these paper is authenticity and oringal, came from family there was situated at the Vladimir palace.
These three menu was dated 15, 19 and 23 mai 1896 and one paper was a proclamation of Nicholas II Coronation, in the picture is only three of four! But are that serious to
the price was $5,000 and $12,000 pr piece? Or mean you to $12.000 all four? Where was these sold, at a auction - typ of Sotheby or Christie´s?

Best regards,
Peter

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Collection of the Coronation Menu from 1896
« on: November 26, 2009, 02:44:30 PM »
Hello!

Here is a collection of the Coronation Menu from 1896 and I want to asked; How rare is the Coronation Menu from 1896?


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Scandanavian Royal Families / Re: Swedish royal titles, ranks & orders
« on: April 01, 2006, 11:12:10 AM »
Prince Willam of Swedens correct name is Prince Carl Ludvig Wilhelm of Sweden, born 17 june 1884 of King Gustav V of Sweden and Princesse Victoria of Baden. He was married in 3 may 1908 with Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna of Russia 1890-1958 in Tsarskoje Selo, St. Petersburg  (ended in divorce, march 1914). They had one son, Count Lennart Bernadotte af Wisborg.

Prince Wilhelm and Grand duchess Marie Pavlovna lived in The Oak Hill and the Castle Stenhammar until divorce, moved Grand duchess Marie Pavlovna back to Russia and worked as voluntary nurse via at front and in 19 Sep 1917 marrige Grand duchess Marie Pavolna with Prince Sergej Michailovitj Putiatin in Pavlovsk, st. Petersburg. In the marrige born a son, Prince Roman Sergeievitch Putiatin, birth: 17 Jul 1918 in St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg - death: May 1919 in Bucharest, Bucuresti, Romania. Grand duchess died at the castle Mainau 13 december 1958 as 68 year old.

Prince Wilhelm and Jeanne Tramcourt was common-law spouse from 1915 to 1952, and Jeanee Tramcourt was divorce from her marrige with sculptor Christian Eriksson. New year of 1952 died Jeanne in a car crash with Prince Wilhelm, who was driving the car himself.

Prince Wilhelm has not some rumours about homosexual, but Gustav V have a lot of rumours about his homosexual and to a certain extent of the rumours is confirmed!

Prince Wilhelm lived at castle Stenhammar in Flen, Sweden until his died in 1965 and the Castle is now owner of the swedish king.

Within "inherit" of the castle Mainau via Prince Wilhelm lived his son Prince Lennart in the castle, there his descents lived now.


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I'm disturbed by the fact that the rivets holding the eagle on show through. No quality maker would have done that. I agree that the back is far too crude. A red flag also goes up when there is no purity control stamp, especially for a gold piece. I have serious reservations about the authenticity.


Dear DoubleEagle,

I'm sorry but I must be agree with Forum Admin., but this maybe two red flags goues up, one for control stamp and the secound was for that appearance of behind of the work, because Russian is farmous for theres piece of enamelwork and all quality maker would not have done that.

Peter

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Looking For Answers On Russ Items We Own
« on: February 27, 2006, 01:55:08 PM »
Yes, it's possible to the was a watch fob!

Can you not making a better picture of the object?

Peter

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Looking For Answers On Russ Items We Own
« on: February 26, 2006, 03:17:31 PM »
This is possible a jeton?!

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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Help with name of the Artist
« on: February 20, 2006, 07:32:54 AM »
Dear Margarita,

I'm not sure to understand what you mean, but the first picture with sign was a detail picture of the painting of a Rabbi. OBS; The Painting is not new production!


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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Help with name of the Artist
« on: February 19, 2006, 04:08:57 PM »
Dear David,

Here come a picture of the painting! And the sign was at top to left...I dare not doing some for I'm not expert and have not these essential utensils! :(

Peter


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Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: Help with name of the Artist
« on: February 19, 2006, 09:43:14 AM »
Thank you, Margarita, for the helping!

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