WWII NAZI GENERAL BADER'S WWI AVIATION STATUE BY CARL WOLLER
This large statue was wrapped up in a horse blanket in one of his Estate trunks. We have never seen this particular Germanic/Austrian statue before, so it may be the only one in existence. Standing one foot high, the white metal statue has a feldgrau patina (has some normal wear spots) and depicts an early Germanic warrior with a "winged" body battle shield. Standing on a rock, the front is inscribed "Wieland der Schmied, Oster Flugtechnischer Verein". Reverse is artist signed "Carl Woller, MCMXVII" (1917). Has a polished brown marble base. Bolt holding the statue is aged, and needs tightening. Bader's History:General Bader was born in 1883, he served in WWI as a Lieutenant in Field Artillery Regiment 66. In 1935 Hitler promoted him to General Major. By 1938, he became a Lt. General, and General of Artillery on July 1, 1941. From 1941 to 1943, he fought continually in Serbia. He died in Germany in 1971 and recently items of his have been released.
REFERENCE NO. MA0006 GENERAL BADER'S WWI AVIATION STATUE $1555.00
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