SOLD,SOLDSOLD One rare pieces of stove tile, 7×5 cm, from Adolf Hitler’s mountain retreat and headquarters, the Berghof in Obersalzberg, near Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps. The piece of glazed red-brown ‘English red’ ceramic were part of the original Kachelofen (masonry stove) to heat the living area of the ‘Unterberg’ room at ‘Berghof Wachenfeld’. The piece were excavated in 1986 by a local resident from Berchtesgaden. Included with the provenance is a copy of the invoice from the tile supplier Kieslinger-Wehner-Ceramic, Munich, to Atelier Troost, for ‘one stove for Haus Wachenfeld, Gerdi Troost was Hitler’s architectural and design adviser. A very fine personal relic with excellent provenance.