1920's German Tea Set Stamped with Swastika - RARE!!!

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 21,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
RARE!!! - Early 1920's German Tea Set - Very Nice!

AWESOME!!!

This auction is for a very rare pre WWII (early 1920's) German Hotel Silver Set. This teapot and the creamer are from the "Der Deutsche Hof" or Numerberg hotel. "Der Deutsche Hof" is stamped on the side of each piece. The .25 liter teapot stands about 7" tall. It is stamped 788 on the bottom and under the lid. The bottom is stamped with 0,25L below a wreath surrounding a swastika. The lip of the base is stamped (best I could tell) "GEBR.HEFF 80". The lid and hinge are in excellent condition. It is a greyish siver on the outside and a shinier silver on the inside common in antique silver. The .20 liter creamer is about 6.5" tall. It is similarly stamped like the teapot except for it is stamped 0,20L K. Both pieces are in excellent condition. I have seen a similar set with a smaller creamer sell online for $825.00. The teapot alone appraised for $300.00. This is your chance to own a piece of history. This would make a fine addition for any antique silver or WWII collector. You don't see this rare stuff everyday. Bid now, you won't be sorry!

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