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Hi John

I don't think so. It is an orangy gold colour and I presumed it was the "vergoldet" version mentioned on p. ? of the reprinted Allach 1938/39 catalogue.

The paint is very professionally applied and looks to be in keeping age-wise with the piece, but maybe you know something I don't!

There are pieces of white 'Allach' out there that have had embellishments added, post war.

Painted allach had the paint applied before glazing. Later additions will be on top of the glazing. Have a look at your piece and see if the paint is over or under the glaze.

When it comes to "vergoldet" I believe that this means fire gilded gold and would have been nothing other than gold in colour.

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There are pieces of white 'Allach' out there that have had embellishments added, post war.

Painted allach had the paint applied before glazing. Later additions will be on top of the glazing. Have a look at your piece and see if the paint is over or under the glaze.

When it comes to "vergoldet" I believe that this means fire gilded gold and would have been nothing other than gold in colour.

There is an issue of post war embellishments as far as colors go, its kind of tricky as there are rare exceptions. The color scheme pictured would certainly grab my attention if I saw it for close scrutiny. But? I dont think it really diminishes the value, I would not pay a premium for such a piece however.

It is not ordinary for sure.

Best,

Kris

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The Hund has landed! To hold this in your hand is to realise the beauty of these pieces!

Big Doggy!!!

Very nice!!

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Yes, you are right, it is not the gold that appears on the small candle holder. It seems, therefore that it has been added (maybe post-war, maybe ony post purchase).

But it is a genuine Allach piece so I am still happy with it.

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Hello every one, here are to plates of mine.

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Very nice. Never seen the dark coloured version of that plate.

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Yes the dark color is a first for me too. From what I understand all the Julteller presentation pieces were always in the white.

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Yes the dark color is a first for me too. From what I understand all the Julteller presentation pieces were always in the white.

Sorry, guys, which plate are you talking about, 41 or 42?

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Here's my newest piece Allach young sitting rabbit model 61. What's unusual about this one is the gray shading mostly you see it shaded in brown.

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The grey looks good!

Do you have any Political figures?

A couple of my recent acquisitions.

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Hi Wessel, the only Political piece I have is the 1938 RPT vase that I posted earlier in this thread. I really like your Deer!

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Could it be the photography/lighting?

I will try to retake a picture at a day light.

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