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#213511 08/29/2007 06:30 PM
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Here are two of my prized possesions,a salver presented to the 6th SS Reiterstandarte and a very heavy crystal and silver decanter presented to the 13th SS Reiterstandarte,hope you enjoy.
Regards,Ivan.

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#213513 08/29/2007 06:33 PM
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maker mark,any ideas would as to who would help

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#213514 08/29/2007 06:35 PM
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Decanter,this is complete with a centre tube of glass to enable crushed ice it be added and keep the wine chilled.

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#213515 08/29/2007 06:36 PM
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engraving

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VERY nice! I really like those pieces. How did you find them?

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Mark,
Thanks for the sentiment.I found the salver on a dealer site in the UK,I did a deal on it together with a nice leather saddle bag with an early SSVT marking.The decanter was found for me by the same dealer,he knew of its existence and was able to secure it for me.I have searched everywhere for some more tournament prizes,to no availe,they will be out there but non offered for sale at the moment.
Regards,Ivan.

#213518 09/04/2007 07:21 AM
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GRIP.....

What truly Beautiful & History Items!!!!!!

Just Amazing that they have been preserved!!!
How Glass (& Allach) survived - is nothing short of miraculous...
(& even better, that you located them for your Reiter Collection)

"IF" you don't have the Full translations, then the 'Translation Forum'
would probably do a nice job for you....

Wonderful Historical Items!!!! Keep showing us more!! Dave/dblmed


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#213519 09/04/2007 09:09 AM
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Dave,
Thanks for the kind words,these are tough to find,it would seem they stay in estate type collections and surface rarely when estates are broken up,sold usually at German auction houses,then find their way onto dealer sites and sold for lots of money,boy would I like to do house clearence in Germany!
You are right about how these femer things survive,thank goodnes they do,pictures do not do them justice at all.
As for the stuffed horse,well that is another story,I can supply a real one,here is King Arthur,my trusty steed 17 hands of Dutch Gelderlander Warmblood,he is my most prized possesion!

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#213520 09/04/2007 09:17 AM
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Dave, Thanks for the kind words,we between us have nearly got the horse tacked up,I have a saddle,an Officers version,not stamped up unfortunately but very nice non the less.
It is amazing how the more femer pieces stay undamaged,thank goodness they do as pictures do not do them justice.
As for the stuffed horse,David,I can supply a real one,here is King Arthur,17 hands of Dutch Gelderlander,my most prized possesion and a real four legged friend!!
Regards,Ivan.

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#213521 09/04/2007 01:02 PM
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nice horse,,,even nicer items..Some high grade envgraving on them... Is there any marks on the Decanter?

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Gaspare,
Yes there is but what it is I do not know,it is in a hard place to photograph,but I will have a go,can't get it any better than this.
Ivan.

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#213523 09/05/2007 02:07 AM
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Good Show!!!!!!!!

At the rate you are going...you'll have your beautiful Steed, King Arthur, all fully kitted out in TR Saddlery & Accoutrements - and ready to ride in a Re-Inactment Scene!!!

PLUS.....You'll already have the Grand Prize - tucked away to award to.....King Arthur.. Dave/dblmed


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#213524 09/05/2007 08:52 AM
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Dave,Rich,
Thanks for the kind words and the help with the marks,I will try to find the maker and get back to you all.
Regards,Ivan.

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GRIP ..........

Believe or not, I actually found the TR 'Stuffed Horse!!!'

Not one (1) but actually two (2) of them....

Photos courtesy of the WW2 Museum in Brittany - town of Dinard

STUFFED TR HORSES # 1 Dave/dblmed

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Can't Post the 2nd, Closer Up shot... until I downsize it with Photoshop...... Dave/dblmed


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#213527 09/09/2007 07:41 AM
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Hopefully the re-sizing will be OK.

Some nice WW2 Cavalry Equippage...
for the Horsey Guys!

STUFFED TR HORSES # 2 Dave/dblmed

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#213528 09/09/2007 07:44 AM
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GRIP .....

I think That's your Saddle Bag ....
or one mightly close to it!

Now, just pop over to St. Malo and then drive up
to Dinard for a short week-end! Dave/dblmed


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#213529 09/09/2007 08:58 AM
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David,
How are you going to ship that lot back to sunny California,one thing I notice is that the soldiers helmet is not a cavalry issue helmet.
Thanks for the pics and if you are are on holiday,enjoy it.
Regards,Ivan.


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