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Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-AugustusburgVivatbänder [V 516 M]

Vivatband (Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg CC BY-NC-SA)

Vivatband "Heil Kaiser Dir!", Deutschland 1888-1913

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Band aus altrosa Mischgewebe mit schwarzem Aufdruck. Oberhalb bekröntes Porträt Wilhelms II., darunter Huldigungsverse. Dann ein Ensemble verschiedener Abbildungen: Zu oberst das bekrönte und geschmückte Porträt Friedrich Wilhelms III., flankiert von den Bildern Bülows und Blüchers. Den Abschluss bildet ein Epigramm.

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Mischgewebe / bedruckt

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32 x 5,4 cm

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Created
Berlin
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Deutsches Reich
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1888
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1913
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1913
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1913
1887 1915

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[Last update 30.12.2016]

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