1910 60mm Silver Medal Wilhelm II Inauguration of the Royal Palace, Poznan Posen
Silver 1910 The inauguration of the Royal Residence Palace in Poznan. Prack The inauguration of the Royal Residence Palace in Poznan. Obverse: Portrait of the emperor with pickelhaube and uniform of the Poznan royal hunters from the front. Reverse: Kneeling naked female figure from the front with the model of the castle in her hands.
990 Silver 60.3 mm, 96.2 g. 10517 silver, Heidemann 1067 Extremely rare. The Imperial Castle in Poznan, popularly called Zamek, "the Castle" (Polish: Zamek Cesarski w Poznaniu, German: Königliches Residenzschloss Posen), is a palace in Poznan, Poland. It was built under German rule in 1910 by Franz Schwechten for William II, German Emperor, with substantial suggestions from the Emperor.