COMING SOON - Mid-19th Century Etchings of German Castle Ruins - a Pair
COMING SOON - Mid-19th Century Etchings of German Castle Ruins - a Pair
COMING SOON - Mid-19th Century Etchings of German Castle Ruins - a Pair
COMING SOON - Mid-19th Century Etchings of German Castle Ruins - a Pair
COMING SOON - Mid-19th Century Etchings of German Castle Ruins - a Pair

COMING SOON - Mid-19th Century Etchings of German Castle Ruins - a Pair

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These antique etchings depict ancient German castles that have since been destroyed in war. What a special pair of lost historical objects, and how special would it be to have these long lost castles on your wall. 27.7oz and 25.3oz The inscription on the back reads*" "Dr. Arthur Rudolph. for the 60th birthday (1966) The Ponni Jöbel (Rippershausen near Meiningen Thuringen) Henneberg ruins! The Henneberg ruins were the ancestral seat of the Counts of Henneberg. The Hainaut once extended over almost all of Thiringen and part of Hesse. In the early Middle Ages, the Counts of Henneberg were marshals of the German Emperors and of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. Henneberg Castle, which lies south-east of Meiningen, was destroyed during the construction War. Like the other castles around Meiningen, the flabichtsburg on the Frankfurter Handelsstrasse, Landsberg Castle, and Mauerschädel Castle near Helmershausen. Landsberg Castle was rebuilt in 1860. The others are now ruins." *please keep in mind we do not speak German and used a translation program to decipher the note on the back less