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Some Imperial Portraits


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Here are some Imperial Studio portraits that have “fallen” into my collection over the past few years. Well composed and finished images, they must have occupied a place of pride for a number of families. The majority appear to be guard units from Prussia, Saxony, and Hesse.

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These are some terrific portraits, Dirk.

 

If you don´t mind I´m adding a portrait that member Illiniworld forwarded to post it here. It shows one of his German relatives who was born in 1870. I believe he was an uhlan officer. Please correct me if I´m wrong. Any other info would be highly appreciated.

 

 

 

 

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