Erich von Falkenhayn letter to Kaiser - "The string in France has reached breaking point. A mass break-through - which in any case is beyond our means - is unnecessary. Within our reach there are objectives for the retention of which the French General Staff would be compelled to throw in every man they have. If they do so the forces of France will bleed to death." -Falkenhayn to Kaiser Wilheim II
Portrait Gallery - "KING WILLIAM OF PRUSSIA" - Steel Engraving - 1874
Jewelled medallion (1870 to 1890) of the Order of the Golden Fleece - an order of chivalry founded by Philip III, Duke of Burgundy in 1430, to celebrate his marriage to the Portuguese princess Infanta Isabella of Portugal, and the extension of his Habsburg territories across Europe.
Insignia da Ordem do Tosão de Ouro Origem: Séc. XVIII Materiais: Ouro, Prata, Brilhantes, Rubis, Safira de Ceilão Pertença inicial do Infante D. Miguel
Sash and stars of the Military Order of Maria Theresa
Order of the Star of India, C.S.I., Companion’s neck badge, to Edward William Perry, 1946, Garrard.
Golden Fleece Order, neck badges, British Royal Collection: opal, sapphire, and diamond.