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Large pair of beautifully framed pre-WWI parade Banners from Germany.  The motto of the banner is for an association of apprentices of sculpture, Mayen (The name of the city). "Working and being industrious honors young people and old" is what the banner states. Hand made silk embroideries backed in velvet and framed. $12,500 EA or $20,000 PR  Framed W.W.II Needlepoint memorabilia of the Hawaiian Islands  Framed W.W.II needlepoint memorabilia  Detailed model of the historic American yacht: Atlantic.  Built in New York in 1903, the 185 ft Atlantic achieved its greatist fame in 1905 when she was one out of 11 yachts to compete for the Emperor's Cup put up by Kaiser Wilhelm for a race from New York to Lizard Head, England.  This model yacht was bult to scale and made of fine woods such as cherry, teak, mahogany, oak, ash, and redwood.

Large Pre WWI German Parade Banners $20000.00

 

Framed W. W. II Needlepoint Memorabilia $1250.00

 

Framed W. W. II Needlepoint Memorabilia $1750.00

 

Detailed Model of the American Yacht: Atl $1500.00

Beautifully framed American silk embroideries.  These were made during Theodore Roosevelts “OPEN DOOR POLICY” for American service men memorializing their cruises to Japan and China.   The 3rd embroidery depicts George Washington crossing the Deloware c. 1905   Each Beautifully framed. 54"H x 45"W   THESE SILK EMBROIDERIES WERE MADE DURING THEODORE ROOSEVELTS "OPEN DOOR POLICY" FOR AMERICAN SERVICE MEN MEMORIALIZING THEIR CRUISES TO JAPAN AND CHINA.  C.1905 Beautifully framed.  45" x 54" $10,000 pair  THESE SILK EMBROIDERIES WERE MADE DURING THEODORE ROOSEVELTS  "OPEN DOOR POLICY" FOR AMERICAN SERVICE MEN MEMORIALIZING THEIR CRUISES TO JAPAN AND CHINA.  C.1905 Beautifully framed.  45" x 54" $10,000 pair   

SET OF AMERICAN FRAMED SILK EMBROIDERIE $20000.00

 

76. 280 FRAMED SILK EMBROIDERIES $10000.00

 

76. 613 PAIR OF FRAMED SILK EMBROIDERIES $10000.00

  



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