Browsing Van Gybland Oosterhoff Collection by Issue Date

Browsing Van Gybland Oosterhoff Collection by Issue Date

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  • Unknown (1700)
  • Schouman, A.; Houbraken, Jacobus (Isaak Tirion, 1738)
    Copper engraving, oval portrait of Willem III. Inscribed "Willem de Derde Prins van Oranje, Stadhouder, kaptein en Admiraal-Generaal ens.". Signed "J Houbraken" and "A Schouman na't origineel van de Baan op 't Hof in ...
  • Houbraken, Jacobus; Schouman, A. (Isaak Tirion, 1740)
    Born in 1560, son of Jan VI of Nassau Dillenburg. Became baron of Nassau Dillenburg in 1606. Died in 1620. He was also the viceroy of Friesland and Groningen
  • Houbraken, Jacobus; Schouman, A. (Isaak Tirion, 1740)
    Born in 1613, second son of Ernst Casimir. Becomes baron of Nassau Dietz in 1640 after the death of his brother Hendrik Casimir I at the battle of Hulst. He was also the viceroy of Friesland and Groningin. He dies in 1664.
  • Houbraken, Jacobus; Van Miereveld, Jan (Isaak Tirion, 1740)
    Portait of Willem van Nassau-Siegen (1592-1642)
  • Houbraken, Jacobus; Van der Helft, B. (1779)
    Mr Cornelis Jan Witsen was a counsellor and mayor of the city of Amsterdam. He was the father of Nicolaes Witsen. Witsen was best known for his library. He praised the poet Jan Vos and the painting of Bartholomeus van der Helst.
  • Unknown (Soetens & Fils, La Haye, 1838)
    Born in 1560, son of Jan VI of Nassau Dillenburg. Became baron of Nassau Dillenburg in 1606. Died in 1620. He was also the viceroy of Friesland and Groningen.
  • Unknown (Soetens & Fils, La Haye, 1838)
    Lithograph of Willem III in rectangular frame, inscribed "Willem III". Signed AvV.
  • Reckleben, Jan Frederik Christiaan (CL Schteijer & Son, Amsterdam, 1853)
    Copper engraving of Willem Frederik van Nassau-Dietz. Born in 1613, second son of Ernst Casimir. Becomes baron of Nassau Dietz in 1640 after the death of his brother Hendrik Casimir I at the battle of Hulst. He was also ...
  • Reckleben, Jan Frederik Christiaan (CL Schteijer & Son, Amsterdam, 1853)
    Born in 1560, son of Jan VI of Nassau Dillenburg. Became baron of Nassau Dillenburg in 1606. Died in 1620. He was also the viceroy of Friesland and Groningen
  • Van Kesteren, Christiaan Lodewijk (CL Schteijer & Son, Amsterdam, 1853)
  • Reckleben, Jan Frederik Christiaan (CL Schteijer & Son, Amsterdam, 1853)
    Willem van Nassau (1601-1627), heer van Leck was the grandson van Willem of Oranje (1533-1584). Prince Mauritz (1567-1625) was his father but was never married to his mother Margaretha van Mechelen, who was a distant cousin. ...
  • Bos, C.J.; Van Hoogstraten, H.L. (Kinder Courant, 1879)
    Ter Gedachtenis aan ZKH Willem Nicolaas Alexander Frederik Karel Hendrik Prins van Oranje. geb:te s'Gravenhage 4 September 1840, overleden te Parijs 10 Junie 1879.
  • Stumphius, C.; Van Senus, Willem (WJ Thieme & Cie, Zutphen, 1913)
    Booklet on the celebration of 100 years of independence of the Netherlands after the Napoleonic wars. The Netherlands became a constitutional monarchy in 1813. Illustrations on page 3 - King Willem I, page 13 - Het ...
  • Den Haag 
    (Weenenk & Snel, Den Haag, 1913)
    A booklet published as a tourist brochure portraying the Hague during the 100 jubilee of the Netherlands in 1913. In 1813 the Netherlands became a monarchy after being liberated from Napoleon.
  • Unknown (Nederlandsche Genootschap "Christelijke heiliging van de Zondag", 1913-11-13)
    Sermon number 46 published in 1913 with the 100 year celebration of the Dutch Royal House.
  • Unknown (1930)
    Newspaper article on the statue of Willem III given as a gift to England (Kensington Palace, London) by the German Kaiser.
  • Unknown (1930-01-08)
    Prinses Juliana's visit to the State General on 8 January 1930.
  • Unknown (1930-01-18)
    Juliana and her family (Mother Queen Wilhelmina, Father Prince Hendrik and Grandmother Emma) had an official state visit to Den Haag on 18 January 1930