Leonie Lamesch & mystery
I have a rose which Kim Rupert (roseseek) thnks might be 'Eugenie Lamesch' (Peter Lambert, 1899), which is a lost rose - we have found no photos of it, even, just some paintings reproduced in books.
Kim gave my rose the study name "Schmidt's Smooth Yellow" because it is completely, truly, absolutely, thornless. It has a similar growth habit, foliage, and shape/size of blossoms as the still in commerce and very popular 'Leonie Lamesch' (Peter Lambert, 1899 - he married into the Lamesch family).
Anyway, I was cutting rose for the house, and ended up with both of these in a vase - here is a picture - what do you think?