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Kaiser-Wilhelm-I.-Denkmal

Emperor Wilhelm I Monument

Berlin 1797 - Berlin 1888
King of Prussia, 1861 - 1888, and the first German Emperor, 1871 - 1888
(Wikipedia)
Gustav Eberlein
Bronzegießerei Gladenbeck (Friedrichshagen bei Berlin)
1898

Hamburg /  Kaiser-Wilhelm-I.-Denkmal   Hamburg /  Kaiser-Wilhelm-I.-Denkmal

Description

Bronze equestrian statue with allegorical group, showing a warrior with female figures representing Schlweswig and Holstein on the pedestal and two sidegroups, the fisherman (representing Trade and Navigation) and the smith (representing Industry).

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Signature

G. Eberlein fec.
aktien-gesellschaft / v. h. gladenbeck & sohn / berlin-friedrichshagen

Sculptor

Sources & Information

Tags

  • Equestrian statue
  • Fisherman
  • Gladenbeck (Friedrichshagen bei Berlin), Bronzegießerei
  • Holstein (allegory)
  • Industry
  • Monarch
  • Navigation
  • Schleswig (allegory)
  • Smith
  • Trade (allegorical figure)
  • Warrior
  • Wilhelm I (emperor)
  • Location (N 53°32'50" - E 9°56'7")

    Item Code: dehh025; Photograph: 9 November 2008  / updated: 2 March 2011
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