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Reinier Vinkeles | Portret van Lucretia Wilhelmina van Merken, Reinier Vinkeles, 1799 | Portret van de Nederlandse dichteres Lucretia Wilhelmina van Merken.

Reinier Vinkeles | Portret van Lucretia Wilhelmina van Merken, Reinier Vinkeles, 1799 | Portret van de Nederlandse dichteres Lucretia Wilhelmina van Merken.

Portrait of Ernst Casimir I, Count of Nassau-Dietz, Wybrand de Geest (I), c. 1630 - c. 1635 - Rijksmuseum

Portrait of Ernst Casimir I, Count of Nassau-Dietz, Wybrand de Geest (I), c. 1630 - c. 1635 - Rijksmuseum

rijksmuseum-art: “ Portrait of William I, Prince of Orange, called William the Silent by Dirck Barendsz., Museum of the Netherlands Portret van Willem I, graaf van Nassau, prins van...

rijksmuseum-art: “ Portrait of William I, Prince of Orange, called William the Silent by Dirck Barendsz., Museum of the Netherlands Portret van Willem I, graaf van Nassau, prins van...

Detail, 'The Nassau Tunic' (1647). Heraldic tunic from the House of Orange-Nassau, Johan Pietersz. Smout. Silk, linen, metallic yarn. via the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Heraldic tunic from the House of Orange-Nassau, Johan Pietersz. Smout (attributed to), 1647 - Rijksmuseum

Heraldic tunic from the House of Orange-Nassau, Johan Pietersz. Smout (attributed to), 1647 - Rijksmuseum

Heraldic tunic from the House of Orange-Nassau, Johan Pietersz. Smout (attributed to), 1647 - Rijksmuseum

Riding cloak of Ernst Casimir of Nassau-Dietz  In or Before 1632  Ernst Casimir, Count of Nassau-Dietz, wore this riding cloak at the Siege of Roermond in 1632. He was Stadtholder of Friesland and one of the most important Dutch army commanders. Although Roermond was retaken, it remained in Dutch hands a mere five years before it was reconquered by the Spanish. Only in 1814 was Roermond definitively established as Dutch. Rijksmuseum

Riding cloak of Ernst Casimir of Nassau-Dietz In or Before 1632 “Ernst Casimir, Count of Nassau-Dietz, wore this riding cloak at the Siege of Roermond in He was Stadtholder of Friesland and one.

Wybrand de Geest (I), Portret van Ernst Casimir I (1573-1632), graaf van Nassau-Dietz, 1633 - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Portret van Ernst Casimir I graaf van Nassau-Dietz, Wybrand de Geest (I), 1633

Willem Isaacsz. van Swanenburg, Portret van Ernst Casimir, graaf van Nassau-Dietz, 1612 | Amsterdam Rijksmuseum

Willem Isaacsz. van Swanenburg, Portret van Ernst Casimir, graaf van Nassau-Dietz, 1612 | Amsterdam Rijksmuseum

MYROYALS  FASHİON: QUEEN BEATRİX HOSTS A DİNNER AHEAD OF HER ABDİCATİON-Crown Princess Maxima

Crown Prince Willem-Alexander & Crown Princess Máxima arrive at a dinner hosted by Queen Beatrix ahead of her abdication.

Portret van Albert (1596-1626), graaf van Nassau-Dillenburg, atelier van Jan Antonisz. van Ravesteyn, 1622 - Rijksmuseum

Portret van Albert (1596-1626), graaf van Nassau-Dillenburg, atelier van Jan Antonisz. van Ravesteyn, 1622 - Rijksmuseum

Portret van Friedrich Wilhelm (1620-88), keurvorst van Brandenburg, met zijn vrouw Louisa Henriette (1627-67), gravin van Nassau, Gerard van Honthorst, 1647 - Rijksmuseum

Portret van Friedrich Wilhelm (1620-88), keurvorst van Brandenburg, met zijn vrouw Louisa Henriette (1627-67), gravin van Nassau, Gerard van Honthorst, 1647 - Rijksmuseum

Heraldic tunic from the House of Orange-Nassau, attributed to Johan Pietersz. Smout, 1647 The arms of Prince Frederick Hendrick of Orange-Nassau are embroidered on the front, back, and sleeves. This ‘heraldic tunic’ was made for his state funeral in Delft on 10 May 1647. It was carried in the procession to demonstrate the deceased’s status and rank. Four such tunics were worn by heralds, and a fifth, symbolizing the dead prince, was borne aloft on a pole.

Heraldic tunic from the House of Orange-Nassau, toegeschreven aan Johan Pietersz.

Portret van Albert (1596-1626), graaf van Nassau-Dillenburg, atelier van Jan Antonisz. van Ravesteyn, 1622

Portret van Albert (1596-1626), graaf van Nassau-Dillenburg, atelier van Jan Antonisz. van Ravesteyn, 1622

Prince William IV of Orange-Nassau amber game box with four smaller boxes, c. 1734, amber, gilded wood, iron, cooper, h 15.8cm × w 30.2cm × d 20.5cm. BK-2010-14. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Prince William IV of Orange-Nassau amber game box with four smaller boxes, c…

Portrait of a Boy, possibly Louis of Nassau, later Lord of Beverweerd, De Leck, Odijk and Lekkerkerk, Illegitimate Son of Maurice, Prince of Orange, and Margaretha van Mechelen, 1604. Rijksmuseum, Public Domain

Anonymous, Portrait of a little boy, maybe Lodewijk van Nassau 1604 - Het Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Workshop of Jan Anthonisz. van Ravesteyn, Portrait of Johan Ernst I (1582-1617), graaf van Nassau-Siegen, ca. 1609-1633, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (SK-A-531)

Workshop of Jan Antonisz. van Ravesteyn (circa Portrait of Johan Ernst I Count of Nassau-Siegen circa Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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