Mega Rare Adolf Hitler’s Personally Owned Formal Pattern Silver Serving Sauce Ladle Taken By A U.S. Soldier Certified

Mega Rare Adolf Hitler’s Personally Owned Formal Pattern Silver Serving Sauce Ladle Taken By A U.S. Soldier Certified

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Original Hitler silver large Sauce Ladle  Serving piece from his “formal” dinning set. We have a few pieces we are selling. This offer is for one piece a  rare sauce server.  This is one of the rarer and largest pieces from the set. The sets would have up to 30 forks and spoons for settings but only have  two or three sauce servers.   The formal pattern is the most desirable of all the silver owned by Hitler featuring his personal eagle and AH monogram with a “Greek Key” pattern on the edge. It has the proper silver hallmarks and “800” as it should.  No dents or dings just a few very light barley noticeable scratches like all silver has.. “This was “liberated” (looted) by a U.S. Solider. This pattern was  Used for formal lunches and dinners at The Eagle’s Nest, the Berghof, and the Reich Chancellery. This is the pattern Hitler used for formal state dinners. This pattern was also found at the Brown House in Munich. This is the piece you will receive. The formal serving pieces are the most desirable pieces of Hitler silver. 100% guaranteed to be authentic complete museum documentation (COA) provided. An amazing historical artifact from the 20th century’s most infamous person. We have just a few and Hitler formal silver always sells very fast when we get them. Don’t miss your chance to own a real museum authenticated piece with  provenance. Hitler formal silver is a great investment item and the prices keep going up and with real historically accurate U.S. Veteran provenance making the investment potential endless. Serving pieces rarely are offered and are extremely rare.   See our other AH pieces too. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers! DO NOT MISS THIS! One of the biggest serving pieces.

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