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Tsar Nicholas I, had made a gift to his brother-in-law King Frederick William III of Prussia (1770-1840) which was a large collection of plates with Russian military depictions from the end of the reign of Tsar Alexander I.
King Frederick William III appreciated them so much that he exhibited over 200 of them as "paintings framed in gilded richly ornamented quadrangular frames" in the New Pavilion in Charlottenburg.
The high appreciation of these plates, which were ordered by King Frederick William III of Prussia (1770-1840), explains the existence of small series of copies by the KPM in Berlin from Russian originals of the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory St. Petersburg.
38 of them are now in the collection of the Museum Haus Doorn in the Netherlands.
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