Fuerst Otto von Bismarck: Autograph an Photo and side letter from 1975.
The color portrait photo and been signed Fuerst Bismarck 21. 7. 75. The side letter comes from his secretary.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Otto Christian Archibald, Fuerst von Bismarck (1897 – 1975) was a German politician and diplomat, and the Prince of Bismarck from 1904 to his death.
He was the elder son of Herbert von Bismarck, as well as the grandson of the famous Otto von Bismarck and elder brother of Gottfried Graf von Bismarck-Schoenhausen. A lawyer, he became the owner of the family estate in Schoenhausen, and joined the diplomatic service in 1927, serving in Stockholm (1927-28), London (1928-37), with the Foreign Ministry in Berlin (1937-40), as Envoy to Rome (Kingdom of Italy) (1940-43), and finally as head of the Italian section of the Foreign Ministry (1943-44).
He was a member of the DNVP (the conservative party) in the Weimar Republic, and served as a Member of Parliament from 1924 to 1928. In 1933 he joined the Nazi Party and in 1935 he became a member of the Anglo-German Fellowship. In the 1950s he considered becoming a member of the FDP (the liberal party), which offered him a nomination for Parliament.