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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 2/10/2013 4:34 PM
Family Surname: Lissner, Pulvermacher
Country: Germany
Date of Image: 1900
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I think it's a wedding certificate or a wedding invitation, I will be happy to know what is written, thank you in advance

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2/11/2013 2:59 PM A "Tafellied" is a song (LIed) that is sung at a reception ("Tafel" = table, in particular a large table at a reception as opposed to "Tisch", which is a regular table).

Tafellied for the wedding of Miss Jenny Pulvermacher with Mr Ismar Lissner.
Berlin, the 6th of November 1900. In brotherly love dedicated by Bruno Lissner.

I assume that Bruno was the brother of the groom. I would expect that at the inside or at the back of the sheet there is the lyrics or the score of the song.
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