Noble family residence, menu, November 23, 1884

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Digital ID
men000472
Title
Noble family residence, menu, November 23, 1884
Alternative Title
Menu du 23 novembre 1884
Restaurant or Site Name
Additional Information
Embossed coats of arms (Lippe (the Lippe Rose) and Baden) at top of menu. Handwritten note on back of menu: "Prince de Lippe-Detmold." The Lippe Rose was adopted as lesser arms of his personal Standard by Woldemar, reigning sovreign of the German Principality of Lippe, from 1875 until his death in 1895. He was married in 1858 to Princess Sophie of Baden, a daughter of King Wilhelm of Baden. Courses are numbered 1 through 9.
Graphic Elements
Date Original
1884-11-23
Type of Restaurant or Site
Restaurant/Site Location
Type of Menu
Type of Cuisine
Original Language
Meal(s) Served
Collection Subject (FAST)
Menus; Bill of fares; Menu design; Restaurant management -- Prices; Dinners and dining; Restaurants; Cooking; Food service; Eating; Social life and customs
Format
image/tiff
Original Medium
Paper
DC Type
Text
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Box Number
3
Folder Number
85
Digital Collection
Menus The Art of Dining
Original Collection

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Giancarlo Fochesato2012-07-15 @ 12:05 PM
The embossed crowned coats-of-arms are : LIPPE (the Lippe Rose) and BADEN.

The handwritten inscription on the back f the menu, reads: 'Prince de Lippe-Detmold' (in French).

More exactly, the Lippe Rose was adopted as lesser arms of his personal Standard, by WOLDEMAR, reigning sovreign of the German Principality of Lippe, from 1875 until his death in 1895.
He was married in 1858 to Princess Sophie of Baden, a daughter of King Wilhelm of Baden.
His full style in German was : Guenther Friedrich Fuerst von Lippe-Detmold.

The Lippe-Detmold is the senior line of the princely House of Lippe (ext. 1905) -the other branches being Lippe-Biessenfell, Lippe-Weissenfeld and Schaumburg-Lippe.

Giancarlo Fochesato,
Verona, Italy

UNLV Digital Collections2012-07-16 @ 03:42 PM
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