RMA8FCY1–Surrender of the Moors at Granada to Isabella and Ferdinand 1492. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2J2Y9TC–An Astronomer by Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680), oil on canvas, 1652
RMW7C9PN–Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria and Henriette Adelaide of Savoy. Artist: Miel, Jan (1599-1664)
RMG0NGD2–Bol, Ferdinand - Portrait of a Scholar
RMDTF732–Plate 30a from Zoological drawings by Ferdinand Bauer
RMGG2D6F–Portrait of Ferdinand I of Austria 18th century
RMKF2RK9–Ferdinand Ries, portrait. Austrian composer, 1784-1838. Pupil of Beethoven Lithograph by Hove
RMGAHB7C–Action from the Super Heavyweight final between Keith Ferdinand (r) and Guy Williamson (l)
RM2BDXJJE–Ferdinand Magellan, Carrack 'Victoria'
RM2E044AY–Porsche 356 Roadster №1. Ferdinand Anton Ernst Porsche, son Ferry Porsche & Erwin Komenda an Austrian automobile designer and Porsche employee, a lead contributor to the design of the bodies for the VW Beetle and various Porsche sports cars. Erwin Komenda was born on 6 April 1904 in Jauern am Semmering Austria. Dr. Ferdinand Porsche was a gifted Austrian-born automotive engineer founder of Porsche AG. He is known for creating the first gasoline–electric hybrid vehicle, the Volkswagen Beetle for Adolf Hitler, the Auto Union racing car, the Mercedes-Benz SS/SSK, & and Porsche sports automobiles
RMMM3KPR–Hotel. Ferdinand. 1910
RMCWB1EP–Ferdinand Magellan on his ship
RMFH1E0W–Ferdinand II of Bourbon King Of The Kingdom Of The Two Sicilies
RMG5KTDB–Surrender of Granada to Ferdinand and Isabella, 1491
RME742A8–Michiel de Ruyter as Lieutenant-Admiral - by Ferdinand Bol, 1667
RMEBR2BD–ActiveMuseum 0002285.jpg / Ferdinand Philippe Louis Charles Henri de Bourbon-Orleans, Duke of Orleans, 1842 - Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres 02/10/2013 - / 19th century Collection / Active Museum
RMDDXACF–Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria
RMFFM4NF–Caricature of Georges Ferdinand Bigot (1860-1927)1890.
RMAEXPEF–Columbus explaining a map to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain. Hand-colored woodcut
RMGAERDE–Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria (1863-1914).