Hermann Göring - a portrait in a silver frame, presented to General Ōshima
Orders & Military Collectibles from 1919 | A90r | Live auction | 930 Lots
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DescriptionThe portrait photo shows Göring as Generaloberst in the "small" general's uniform with medals and decorations. The passepartout with a handwritten dedication in ink (tr.) "To General Oshima in sincere comradeship - Hermann Göring - 1936 - Generaloberst". The hammered silver frame made by Hermann Göring's "court jeweller" Professor Herbert Zeitner, with a gilt Luftwaffe eagle appliquéd on the top. The stand is missing from the plain back panel. The circular mark of fineness "835" on the side, with the crescent, "Zeitner Berlin" and master's mark "HZ". Dimensions 40.5 x 30 cm.
Ōshima Hiroshi (1886 - 1975) was military attaché in Budapest und Vienna in 1923/24, promoted to lieutenant general in 1926, colonel and military attaché in Berlin in 1934, major general in 1935, Japanese ambassador in Berlin from 1938 to 1945.
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