German Jewels - Last German Empress Auguste-Viktoria





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Published on Oct 11, 2011

Some of last German Kaiserin Auguste-Viktoria´s jewels on old pics. Really not all. There were much more at that time.
Most imperial and royal jewels of the Kaiserhaus are disappeared after WW I. Some have "survived". They are in the foundation of the House von Hohenzollern (Prussia).
They were shown all 20 or 30 years (in average) to the public in one German museum (for perhaps 3 weeks) and afterwards they are disappeared from the public eye for the next 20 years. I have seen them in such an exhibition in the 1980s. By the memory of this exhibition I had the idea to make this video.
At rare events like royal weddings one can see some of the Prussian jewels.
These Prussian jewels are "hidden pieces" till today.

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    • Symphony No. 9: Ode To Joy
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    • Beethoven
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    • Pc-Ec3 Beethoven, Berlioz, Bizet
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    • (on behalf of pointclassicsllc); Public Domain Compositions, and 11 Music Rights Societies


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