Rare Herman Goering’s Personal Blue Max Monogram Silver Knife Taken By A U.S. Soldier From His Train Car WWII.
Herman Goering’s Personal Blue Max Monogram Silver Knife Taken By A U.S. Soldier From His Train Car. Adolf Hitler’s Number 2 man Herman Goering Personal “Blue Max” or Pour le Mérite seal Silver fork Taken By A U.S. Soldier WWII. A very large silver table knife with fancy engraved Maltese blue max cross. This knife has all the correct hallmarks. Goering was the number 2 person in the Third Reich and was know for fancy extravagant wealth. He was also a holder of “The Blue Max” medal and was in charge of their association. He was the top Nazi next to Hitler and was tried and convicted at the Nuremberg trials. After his his conviction he cheated the hangman by taking poison. This fork was taken by a U.S. Soldier during WWII as “Loot” or “Trophy of War”. This Goering silver pattern was found in his personal train at Berchtesgaden, Germany in May of 1945. It was from the Dr. Mark Griffith collection who wrote several books of WWII and interviewed hundreds of Veterans. It is also featured in his book pictured here. 100% guaranteed to be authentic complete museum documentation (COA) Letter detailing the U.S. Veteran who brought it home provided. provided. An amazing historical artifact from the 20th century’s most infamous bands of characters. We have just a few pieces of silver and it always sells very fast when we get it. Don’t miss your chance to own a real museum authenticated piece with solid U.S. Veteran provenance. Third Reich silver is a great investment item and the prices keep going up and with real historically accurate U.S. Veteran provenance makes this a rare and desirable piece. Very RARE! Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The Gettysburg Museum of History does not support or condone Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Party and is only offering this as a historic relic. Please see our other items. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.