Oval green snuffbox once owned by Frederick the Great of Prussia, about Museum no. Oval green snuffbox once owned by Frederick the Great of Prussia Probably Jean Guillaume George Kruger Germany About 1755 Chrysoprase, gold, diamonds, hardstone and foil
" A crown is merely a hat that lets the rain in." said Frederick The Great. Shown here wearing a Tricorn hat in a painting by Dudde. Frederick the Great was instrumental in introducing many of today's hottest looks.
Two finely wrought swords of Frederick the Great. from the Hohenzollern Museum in Berlin, used at the 1701 coronation of King Frederick I and Queen Sophie. Found hidden in the Bernterode Mine Germany after WWII.
SOLDIERS- Röhling: Frederick the Great in conversation with the French philosopher, Voltaire Illustration from House of Hohenzollern in Pictures and Words by Carl Rohling and Richard Sternfeld. Published by Martin Oldenbourg in Berlin, c