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Maximilian Collection

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Mary Duchess of Burgundy, Marie de Bourgogne

Mary Duchess of Burgundy, Marie de Bourgogne, wife to Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I 1457-1482. Handcoloured lithograph after a painting in the school of Jan Van Eyck from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka

Background imageMaximilian Collection: The Hesse-Cassel and Greek royal families

The Hesse-Cassel and Greek royal families
The youngest daughters of Vicky, Princess Royal of Great Britain and Empress of Prussia, the Princesses Sophie and Margarete of Prussia with their husbands and children at Friedrichshof in 1904

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Siege of a medieval castle

Siege of a medieval castle. Knights in armour, archers and soldiers on ladders storm a castle defended by soldiers throwing rocks and boiling oil

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Archduke Maximilian receives the Mexican delegation

Archduke Maximilian receives the Mexican delegation
The reception of the Mexican delegation by Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian at Miramar castle, off the coast of Italy. The head of the delegation holds out a letter from Gutierrez de Estrada

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian I / Durer Ptg

Maximilian I / Durer Ptg
MAXIMILIAN I

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian I / Durer Eng

Maximilian I / Durer Eng
MAXIMILIAN I

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian Graf von Spee, German admiral, WW1

Maximilian Graf von Spee, German admiral, WW1
MAXIMILIAN JOHANNES MARIA HUBERT VON SPEE (GRAF) German admiral - he sank with his flagship Scharnhorst during the First World War. Date: 1861 - 1914

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Mounted knights in armour in a procession, 15thC tournament

Mounted knights in armour in a procession, 15thC tournament
Mounted knights in armour in a procession during a tournament for Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I at the Castle of Luxembourg, 15th century

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Tomb of Saxon leader Widukind, died 785

Tomb of Saxon leader Widukind, died 785
Tomb of Widukind, died 785. Leader of the Saxons and chief opponent of the Frankish king Charlemagne during the Saxon Wars. Sepolcro di Vitichindo

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II, 1527-1576. Maximilianus II, Austriacus, King of Bohemia, King of Germany, King of Hungary and Croatia

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I

Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, 1503-1564. Ferdinandus Austriacus, King of Bohemia, Hungary, Croatia. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, 1459-1519. Maximilianus Austriacus.. Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy, Francois Salma, Utrecht, 1697

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Medieval knights in a pitched battle

Medieval knights in a pitched battle. Lines of cavalry charging on an open field. From Hans Burgkmairs Triomphe de l Empereur Maximilian I, 1526

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Knights performing the Torch Dance (Fackeltanz)

Knights performing the Torch Dance (Fackeltanz). They wear plumed helmets, face masks and short jackets with ribbons from the shoulder. From Hans Burgkmairs Triomphe de l Empereur Maximilian I, 1526

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Wieds hummingbird, Ornismya wiedii

Wieds hummingbird, Ornismya wiedii
Wieds or Neuwieds hummingbird, Trochilus cyanogenys or Ornismya wiedii. Handcolored steel engraving by Coutant after an illustration by Jean-Gabriel Pretre from Rene Primevere Lessons Natural History

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Margay, Leopardus wiedii catenata. Threatened

Margay, Leopardus wiedii catenata. Threatened
Margay, Leopardus wiedii catenata (linked ocelot, Felis catenata). Threatened. Named after Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied. Illustration by Charles Hamilton Smith

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Margay, Leopardus wiedii

Margay, Leopardus wiedii (Felis macrourus). Named after Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Griffith, Harriet or Edward

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor 1459-1519

Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor 1459-1519
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor of Germany, Archiduc d Austriche 1459-1519. Handcoloured lithograph from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes Historiques de la France

Background imageMaximilian Collection: The benediction of Maximilians Body at Capuchin Church

The benediction of Maximilians Body at Capuchin Church
Various nobles stand in attendance as the bishops perform the benediction on the body of Emperor Maximilian, at the Capuchin Church in Vienna

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Return of Maximilians Body to Europe

Return of Maximilians Body to Europe
Transporting the body of Maximilian from the floating catafalque onto the funeral chariot of the court. Crowds of people watch as Maximilians coffin is moved from the floating catafalque to

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Body of Maximilian back in Austria 1868

Body of Maximilian back in Austria 1868
Maximilians resting place in the Imperial Crypt in Vienna, moved there after being embalmed and displayed in Mexico for a year. A monk stands by the coffin decorated in wreaths and sashes

Background imageMaximilian Collection: The Friends of Maximilian

The Friends of Maximilian
Portraits of the friends and collaborators of the Emperor Maximilian of Mexico (left to right). Vidauri, the Minister of War. Benito Juaraez Mejia, Miramon, and Mendez

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilians Suite

Maximilians Suite
The component people that made up Archduke Maximilian and Archduchess Charlottes suite (Left to Right). Knight Kuhachevich, Treasurer. Count Francois Zichy, Master of Ceremonies

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Emperor and Empress of Mexico at Vera Cruz

Emperor and Empress of Mexico at Vera Cruz
Emperor Maximilian and Empress Charlotte of Mexico visit Vera Cruz in a procession leading under the arc de triomphe in the parade square. The procession is lined by soldiers. Date: 1864

Background imageMaximilian Collection: The Embarkation of Emperor Maximilian

The Embarkation of Emperor Maximilian
The embarkation of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico on board the Austrian war-frigate Novara at Miramar. Two large ships wait at the port, with men lining the mastpoles

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian visits Rome en route for Mexico

Maximilian visits Rome en route for Mexico
Maximilian and Charlotte visit Rome en route for Mexico as Emperor and Empress of Mexico. Two carriages move forward between two lines of soldiers barring the crowds of people from moving forwards

Background imageMaximilian Collection: The Arrival of Maximilian at Gibraltar

The Arrival of Maximilian at Gibraltar
As Maximilians ship passes on his way to Veracruz to become Emperor of Mexico, the English garrison at Gibraltar fires a salute under the orders of Queen Victoria to celebrate. Date: 1864

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Henry VIII

Henry VIII in military armor on horseback, with Lamboys, presented by the Emperor Maximilian to Henry VIII. Date: 16th century

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Triumphs of Maximilian I

Triumphs of Maximilian I. Date: 1518

Background imageMaximilian Collection: EMPEROR MAXIMILIAN BAPT

EMPEROR MAXIMILIAN BAPT
The baptism of the Emperor Maximilian Date: 1459

Background imageMaximilian Collection: DURER TRIUMPHAL CAR 1518

DURER TRIUMPHAL CAR 1518
THE GREAT TRIUMPHAL CAR Part of a larger image, designed as part of the Triumphal procession of the Emperor Maximilian. Date: 1518

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian I married

Maximilian I married
Maximilian I and Maria of Burgundy married

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Fragment of the Lieder von Gudrun

Fragment of the Lieder von Gudrun
A fragment of the Lieder von Gudrun (Songs of Gudrun or Kudrun), a medieval German epic tale, made for the Emperor Maximilian I. Date: circa 1570

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Holy Roman Emperor with costume items

Holy Roman Emperor with costume items
Holy Roman Emperor (possibly based on Ferdinand I or Maximilian II) in full regalia at the centre, surrounded by costume items -- four crowns, a pair of gloves, a pair of sandals

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian Stoll - Eng

Maximilian Stoll - Eng
Maximilian Stoll (1742 - 1787) Austrian medical

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Christoph Miller, Giant

Christoph Miller, Giant
MAXIMILIAN CHRISTOF MILLER German giant from Leipzig, who came to England in 1733 and died there a year later Date: 1674 - 1734

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Archduke Franz Ferdinand & family, visit to England, 1913

Archduke Franz Ferdinand & family, visit to England, 1913
Page from The Sketch documenting the forthcoming visit of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his family (his wife, the Duchess of Hohenberg and three children, Prince Maximilian)

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Princess Theodora of Greece & family

Princess Theodora of Greece & family
Princess Theodora of Greece, Margravine of Baden (1906-69), pictured with her husband Prince Berthold, Margrave of Baden and her two eldest children

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Gauromydas heros

Gauromydas heros
The worlds largest fly

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Prince Karl Franz Joseph and Prince Leopold of Bavaria

Prince Karl Franz Joseph and Prince Leopold of Bavaria
Prince Karl Franz Joseph Ludwig Hubert Georg Otto Marie (18871922) (later Charles I of Austria or Charles IV of Hungary), heir presumptive of the Austro-Hungarian Empire after the assassination of

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662-1726). Portr

Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662-1726). Portr
Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662-1726), also known as Max Emanuel or Maximilian Emanuel. Wittelsbach ruler of Bavaria and a Kurf?rst of the Holy Roman Empire. Portrait

Background imageMaximilian Collection: War of the Succession of Landshut (1503-1505). Siege of Kufs

War of the Succession of Landshut (1503-1505). Siege of Kufs
War of the Succession of Landshut (1503-1505). The emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519) takes the territory arround Kufstein as a reward for his mediation in the war between the duchies of Bavaria-Munich

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Crossbow hunting of Emperor Maximilian I. 16th century

Crossbow hunting of Emperor Maximilian I. 16th century
Crossbow hunting of Emperor Maximilian I. Innsbruck. 16th century. Iron, steel, wood and bone. German Historical Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Maximilian I (1459-1519), Holy Roman Emperor

Maximilian I (1459-1519), Holy Roman Emperor
Maximilian I (1459-1519). King of the Romans (also known as King of the Germans) from 1486 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1493 until his death. Colored engraving

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Nicolas Baron Seguier

Nicolas Baron Seguier
NICOLAS MAXIMILIAN SIDONIE, baron SEGUIER, marquis de Saint Brisson French scholar Date: 1773 - 1854

Background imageMaximilian Collection: ARCIMBOLDO, Giuseppe (1527-1593)

ARCIMBOLDO, Giuseppe (1527-1593)

Background imageMaximilian Collection: Admiral Von Spee

Admiral Von Spee
Admiral Maximilian von Spee (1861-1914) - A German Admiral who, during the First World War was given freedom to make his own decisions about how to handle his battles

Background imageMaximilian Collection: The Hesse- Cassel children

The Hesse- Cassel children
The children of Princess Margarete of Prussia and Prince Friedrich Karl of Hesse-Cassel: from left; Wolfgang (1896-1989), Friedrich Wilhelm (1893-1916), known as Freddy, Richard (1901-1969)



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