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Eraser "King of the House"
£2.40 inc. tax

£2.40 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.

In our world of technological advances and electronic documents, many would say erasers have less function now for many people and actually belong to a bygone era. But there are still those of us who prefer the touch of paper, the sturdiness of the pen or pencil and when we commit errors, we prefer reaching out to the trusty eraser on our desk to correct those mistakes. If you are such a person, then this "King of the House" eraser stamped with the Royal Prussian crown on one side and the title, "King of the House" on the other side. It makes any desk more bright and youthful!

This eraser has on the reverse side the inscription "King of the House" and on the obverse side an image of the historical Prussian Crown, that is also called Hohenzollern Crown.

The Hohenzollern Crown

The Prussian Crown is the Imperial Crown of William II during his reign as the last Emperor and King of Prussia. The Crown of William II is also known as the Hohenzollern Crown and was only for symbolic purposes. The crown is set with an abundance of large rose-cut diamonds while eight ivory pearls adorn the arches in between. Atop the crown sits a large sapphire adorned with a cross set with numerous small diamonds.

The Hohenzollern Crown now rests within the walls of Hohenzollern castle in Baden-Württemberg, Germany while the other Prussian royal regalia - the crown of Frederick I, the crown of Sophie Charlotte, the Royal Sceptre of Frederick I and the Royal Orb of Frederick - are kept at the Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.


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- Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 2 cm
- Material: plastic
- Custom Made
- Made in Germany
Product Code: MSS64-00057
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 25 g
Product Condition: New
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