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    The eagle is marked Germany but the second with the blushing young lady has no marking.
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    The amorous couple.
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    Kitsch?

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    Hi
    I should think the eagle is just a wall plate, no military links, but i like the couple, thats a good talking point.
    dave.

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    I figured with 'Germany' written on the bottom it was non ww2 but it is a nice eagle.
    Just what is Kitsch ?

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    I've seen a number of old German ash-trays (?) featuring the soldier in WWI kit (or earlier) massaging his girl's behind. This is the first I've seen in color....ceramic, I guess.

    I think the pattern, often in cast alloy/potmetal, goes back at least 100 years. The humor is very "early 20th century", like the raunchy post-cards.

    Cheers,

    Pat

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    Patriotic eagle and souvenir/comic ashtray only.

    Kitsch = 'A form of art that is considered an inferior, tasteless copy
    of an extant style - a worthless immitation of art
    of recognised value............'
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Patriotic eagle and souvenir/comic ashtray only.

    Kitsch = 'A form of art that is considered an inferior, tasteless copy
    of an extant style - a worthless immitation of art
    of recognised value............'
    Happy to see that ladies behinds have been appreciated so long ... yes it's porcelain.

    Rudy

    OK, so kitsch less the k and c leaves the scrambled meaning.

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    Quote by Rudolf Karl View Post
    Happy to see that ladies behinds have been appreciated so long ... yes it's porcelain.

    Rudy

    OK, so kitsch less the k and c leaves the scrambled meaning.
    Agree with you on appreciated ladies behinds !

    Still, they are interesting period items,
    collectable in their own right.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks, I always liked them and plan on keeping them as conversation pieces.

    Rudy

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