Thursday, November 7, 2013

Possible New Pictures?

I found a picture on a questionable site. Could this be a new picture of Count St.Germain? This website claims it's "St.Germaine as Christian Rosenkrantz". Holy Brother: The Lives and Work of Saint Germaine – Part 4





Here's another one that was up for auction. Aspire Auctions

Details: 1329. A Miniature Portrait of Count de St. Germain, ca. 19th Century

A miniature oval portrait of Count de St. Germain set in inlaid carved ivory frame with tiny tortoise double banding at the outside of the frame. The oval portrait is surrounded by a small gilt metal tooled frame and has a convex glazing covering it; fit to hang on the wall. Backing has page from German dictionary and paper label inscribed "No.1/45 Comptez sur Msr Germents". Overall measures approx. 5-1/2" x 4-3/4".
Count of St. Germain (fl. 1710-1784) is best known as a recurring figure in the stories of several strands of occultism – particularly those connected to Theosophy and the White Eagle Lodge, where he is also referred to as one of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom.
Condition: A few hair lines to ivory; not inspected out of the frame.



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