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File:Wappen Deutsches Reich - Königreich Preussen (Grosses).png

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Deutsch: Das große Wappen des Königreichs Preußen im Deutschen Reich
English: Greater coat of arms of Prussia used when part of the German Empire. Note the inclusion of the subcoats for Holstein and Schleswig (both in the second row), identifying this coat of arms as no earlier than 1867.
Date Pre-1919.
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