RMB4064Y–heraldry, signet, Germany, Hanseatic City Stralsund 1329,
RMAWFKAR–Holstentor Gate, Hanseatic city of Luebeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Europe
RFA0XTPG–Gables and painted facades of Hanseatic Gdansk Gdansk Pomerania Poland Europe
RMHNP355–Hanseatic Walk EC4 City of London Corporation Thames Path street sign along the River Thames in London UK KATHY DEWITT
RMD1K1AA–the office building of the Hanseatic League in Antwerp, Spanish Netherlands, 16th century, today Belgium, Europe
RMB0KAM7–Ships of the Hanseatic League of the 14th and 15th century, (1903).Artist: Willy Stower
RMC7FYTC–Bergen's old wharf district, Bryggen, wooden warehouse facades in Hanseatic styles & colors
RMBG9A38–Burghers' Lodge with holds state archives (in the distance) and the Hanseatic Neighbourhood, Bruges; Belgium; Europe
RMG3B310–A Hanseatic League vessel Date: circa 1400
RMFFCA9D–HANSEATIC SHIP. /nHanseatic ship in Germany. Line engraving.
RMCPMMTW–Uhlan memorial in the hanseatic town Salzwedel, 1933
RM2HHM972–Portrait of a Hanseatic Merchant, painting by Hans Holbein the Younger, 1538
RMD96BCC–Map of the extent of the Hanseatic League in about 1400
RMBWGK8Y–Horsemen carrying banners of the Hanseatic League and of towns belonging to the League. 16th century.
RMF1AGP5–Bremen, Germany, the Great Landeswappen the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen
RME0XFMH–Sep. 09, 1966 - 30,000 ton German liner Hanseatic in five alarm fire at New York Hudson River Pier: Leaking diesel fuel caused fire injuring 7 firemen and causing great damage to vessel owned by Atlantik Line & Co. of Hamburg. It took 300 firemen and 50 apparatus to get control after 7 hours. Three city fire boats, several police helicopters and two Coast Guard vessels came to help but were not used. All the action was below deck. Foam was used extensively rather than water to avoid capsizing of the boat. There were only few passengers on board, were quickly evacuated, none injured
RMBX9RHP–Hanseatic Marine (fourteenth and fifteenth centuries). Engraving by A. Etching Cross (1882). Published in 'Germania.'
RMDY1XWW–Hanseatic I, ENI 04807030 & Hanseatic ENI 04807020 at IJmuiden locks, Port of Amsterdam pic2
RMWAXAYC–WISMAR Hanseatic city in northern Germany on the Baltic sea buildings in old town
RMB48124–heraldry, seals, seal of Hanseatic city Hamburg, 13th Century, navigation, navy, sailing ship, traffic, transport, transportation, middle ages, Hanseatic League, historic, historical, medieval,
RMBX2AND–Bergen Bryggen Harbor quarter dock area Hanseatic city Horizontal Norway historical World Cultural Heritage
RM2ARR0MF–The old Hanseatic neighbor, Bergen, Norway 1950s
RM2BCGC3P–A 1920's sketch map of the Hansa Towns in the Hanseatic League
RF2C21P6G–Hanseatic Trade Center (HTC) Kehrwiederspitze building on the Speicherstadt in the HafenCity district, Hamburg Germany. Opened 1997.
RMDFCF2T–View over Hanseatic town of Visby overlooking the harbor on the Swedish island of Gotland int the Balic Sea
RMG3B311–The Hanseatic trading fleet at Copenhagen Date: circa 1388
RMFF6WEP–HANSEATIC LEAGUE, 1563. /nThe house of the Hanseatic League at Antwerp in 1563. Contemporary engraving.
RMTA1543–Hanseatic cogs in Bremen. Cogs were spacious freight sailing ships used for trade between the Hanseatic cities.
RMCFF3MP–Fire ship at harbour in front of Hanseatic Trade Center, Hanseatic citiy of Hamburg, Germany, Europe
RMD2TR30–THE STEELYARD DEPOT OF THE HANSEATIC MERCHANTS IN LONDON.
RMBWGN8M–Horse drawn wagons full of goods and belonging to the Hanseatic League arrive at a port. 16th century.
RMCC7WJ9–Flag of the Hanseatic town Hamburg.
RME0R8WR–Jul. 07, 1958 - Virgin-drive of the new liner ''Hanseatic'': On Sunday 20.7.58 started the liner ''Hanseatic'' (30 000 tons) from the Hamburg harbour to its virgin-drive to New-York. On board of the new liner the lord major of Hamburg, Max Brauer, left the German city.
RMFB6GPH–Model of a medieval cog, used for maritime trade of the Hanseatic League. Oak. By Claes Cruckenberg. Scale 1:15. Medieval Museum. Stockholm. Sweden.
RMDY1XWM–Hanseatic I, ENI 04807030 & Hanseatic ENI 04807020 at IJmuiden locks, Port of Amsterdam pic1
RM2BKPWK3–An early painting of the River Elbe as it flows through Hamburg aka the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in Germany. Unknown artist.
RMBX2APJ–Bergen Bryggen Harbor quarter dock area Hanseatic city Horizontal Norway historical World Cultural Heritage
RM2J0N7TG–GERMANY, Wismar at Baltic sea, old hanseatic Wassertor at port, here was shot a part of the german classic film Nosferatu by Friedrich-Wilhelm Murnau in 1921, left old intershop from GDR times / DEUTSCHLAND, Wismar, die historische Altstadt ist UNESCO Welterbe, Wassertor am Spiegelberg am Hafen, hier wurden 1921 Teile des Stummfilm Klassiker NOSFERATU von Friedrich-Wilhelm Murnau gedreht, in der Bauruine links befand sich der ehemalige Intershop zu DDR Zeiten, hier konnte nur für Devisen Westgeld, DM, einkauft werden
RM2BCP03P–15th century illustration - HANSA PORTS Merchantmen of the Hanseatic league at HAMBURG. Hanse later spelled as Hansa, was the Old High German word for a convoy of merchants by land or sea.
RMCR7RBW–Aerial view, Hanseatic Higher Regional Court, Hamburg, Germany, Europe
RFJC869P–ocean Hanseatic city
RMCP6KWF–Norway - Bergen - Bryggen Hanseatic Quarter (World Heritage UNESCO 1979), Lungomare dei Tedeschi (Tyskebryggen)
RMDFCFF5–View over Hanseatic town of Visby overlooking the harbor on the Swedish island of Gotland int the Balic Sea
RMG3B30X–The Hanseatic League's depot in London Date: 16th century
RMFFABBE–HANSEATIC LEAGUE, 1563. /nThe house of the Hanseatic League at Antwerp in 1563. Contemporary engraving.
RM2B2B6X9–The photo shows an old Hanseatic kontor (foreign trading post) after a painting by Wilhelm Claudius. A secretary sits at a desk and writes down what is discussed. The interior decoration is very much in the style of the period.
RMEXTNRF–Kamper Kogge, 14th century Hanseatic trading ship, replica, Kings Lynn, Norfolk England UK medieval ships boat boats
RMRYA9KP–The Steelyard Depot of the Hanseatic Merchants in London
RMBHG752–A 14th century sailing ship of the Hanseatic League.
RMCC7WEP–Flag of the Hanseatic town Bremen.
RMG0JPX0–Living room, Hanse house, The Hanseatic Museum, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway / Det Hanseatiske Museum
RMAKFGCC–Trade in a seaport of the Mediterranean about the time of Marco Polo. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2B0X2DY–BERGEN, NORWAY - Bryggen waterfront, Hanseatic heritage wooden buildings on dock in Vågen Harbour.
RMP03PM5–14th Century shipping in English Hanseatic League ports. The league was an alliance of trading guilds that established and maintained a trade monopoly over the Baltic Sea and to a certain extent the North Sea in the Late Middle Ages, starting in the 13th century. Protection for the league was given in England in 1157. Warehouses belonging to the league were set up in eight English ports and one Scottish port.
RM2FNY8X6–transport / transportation, navigation, Middle Ages, Hanse, Hanseatic fleet under different flags, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMBX2AP1–Bergen Bryggen Harbor quarter dock area Hanseatic city Horizontal Norway historical World Cultural Heritage
RF2HDJJWC–church, hanseatic city, rostock, churchs, hanseatic cities, rostocks
RMBJ1JMD–the Michel, St. Michaelis church on Hanseatic city of Hamburg, Germany, Europe
RMCR7RBT–Aerial view, Hanseatic Higher Regional Court, Hamburg, Germany, Europe
RFJ6BKDK–hamburg town hall Hanseatic city parliament style of construction architecture
RMCP6KWN–Norway - Bergen - Bryggen Hanseatic Quarter (World Heritage UNESCO 1979), Lungomare dei Tedeschi (Tyskebryggen)
RMDFCF96–View over Hanseatic town of Visby overlooking the harbor on the Swedish island of Gotland int the Balic Sea
RMG3B30Y–The Hanseatic League judges rule-breaking traders Date: 16th century
RMFF709D–HANSEATIC MERCHANTS, 1400s. /nHanseatic merchants in the busy port of Hamburg, Germany. Miniature, German, 15th century.
RMTA3BWA–The Hanseatic League and the Teutonic Order succeeded in forcing the Victual Brothers, a pirate band based on Gotland, to leave the island.They affected maritime trade during the 13th and 14th century in both the North and Baltic Seas. The name Victual originates probably from the Middle French word food.
RMEXTNTR–Kamper Kogge, 14th century Hanseatic trading ship, replica, Kings Lynn, Norfolk England UK medieval ships boat boats
RMW574TY–Hanseatic Legion, commemorating the liberation of Germany, Silver Medal with Carrying Eye. Obverse: three coats of arms decorated with laurel wreaths within an inscription. Reverse: inscription inside, Lübeck, Bremen, Hamburg, Daniel Friedrich Loos (possibly), Berlin, 1814, silver (metal), striking (metalworking), d 4.5 cm × d 3.6 cm × w 13.58
RMKWPEDP–The Steelyard, depot of the Hanseatic merchants, London, England in the 15th century. The Hanseatic League aka the Hanse or Hansa was a commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and their market towns. From Ward and Lock's Illustrated History of the World, published c.1882.
RMCC7WJG–Coat of arms of the Hanseatic town Hamburg.
RMG0JPWX–Dining room, kitchen, Hanse house, The Hanseatic Museum, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway / Det Hanseatiske Museum
RMD42E5N–Hamburg, Germany, the national flag of the Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg
RM2B0X2E1–BERGEN, NORWAY - Bryggen waterfront, Hanseatic heritage wooden buildings on dock in Vågen Harbour.
RMF1M095–The Trading Depot of Merchants in the Steelyard, London England They belonged to the Hanseatic League, a commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in Northwestern and Central Europe. Growing from a few North German towns in the late 1100s, the league came to dominate Baltic maritime trade for three centuries along the coasts of Northern Europe. Hansa territories stretched from the Baltic to the North Sea and inland during the Late Middle Ages, and diminished slowly after 1450.
RMCP3P0R–events, Franco-Prussian War 1870 - 1871, Battle of Villejouan, 10.12.1870, the 33rd (Hanseatic) Brigade involved in street fighting, wood engraving, 19th century, German infantry, soldiers, winter, Germany, France, Franco - Prussian, historic, historical, people, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMBX2AN7–Bergen Bryggen Harbor quarter dock area Hanseatic city Horizontal Norway historical World Cultural Heritage
RF2HDJJN7–canal, hanseatic city, luebeck, canals, hanseatic cities, luebecks
RMBJ1JNG–the Michel, St. Michaelis church on Hanseatic city of Hamburg, Germany, Europe
RMEARF3G–Aerial view, Hanseatic Cross in front of the Bremen Roland statue on Marktplatz, market square, Bremen, Bremen, Germany
RFJ61PF7–harbor hamburg Hanseatic city television tower harbours Northern Germany
RFCP6KX7–Norway - Bergen - Bryggen Hanseatic Quarter (World Heritage UNESCO 1979), Lungomare dei Tedeschi (Tyskebryggen). Boats
RMDFCF9F–View over Hanseatic town of Visby overlooking the harbor on the Swedish island of Gotland int the Balic Sea
RMG39PBK–Armed vessels of the German Hanseatic League trading fleet Date: 16th century
RMFF8CHK–HOLBEIN: MERCHANT, 1538. /nA Merchant of the Hanseatic League, by Hans Holbein the Younger. Oil on panel, 1538.
RMTA349R–A cog enters the harbor of a Hanseatic city.
RMEXTNXK–Kamper Kogge, 14th century Hanseatic trading ship, replica, Kings Lynn, Norfolk England UK medieval ships boat boats
RM2DNWTMN–Wilhelm Dreesen, Otto Meissner, City Hall and Emperor Wilhelm monument in Altona and Klopstockgrave in Ottensen from the portfolio New picturesque pictures from the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and its surroundings, Staatliche Landesbildstelle Hamburg, collection on the history of photography, paper, collotype, Total: Height: 48,00 cm; Width: 35,00 cm, inscribed: recto u.
RMR94MGE–Interior of the Hanseatic Museum (Det Hanseatiske Museum), Finnegården, Bergen, Westland, Norway
RMCC7WF6–Coat of arms of the Hanseatic town Bremen.
RMG0JPX1–Dried fish, wareehouse, storehouse, Hanse house, The Hanseatic Museum, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway / Det Hanseatiske Museum
RFMHXM7N–Hamburg Cityscape - Church Steeples and the Hanseatic Trade Centre in the HafenCity district of Hamburg
RM2B0J9NE–BERGEN, NORWAY - Tourists visit Bryggen, Hanseatic heritage buildings on dock in Vågen Harbour.
RMPKG36D–The wharf of the Merchants of the Steelyard, the English name for the merchants of the Hanseatic League who first settled in London in 1250 at the Steelyard on the river-side, near Cosin Lane, now Ironbridge Wharf and established their London Kontor in 1320. Located just west of London Bridge on the River Thames, it grew significantly over time into a walled community with its own warehouses, weighhouse, church, offices and houses, reflecting the importance and scale of the activity carried on. It is first referred to as the Steelyard (der Stahlhof) in 1422. When it was destroyed in the Grea
RMGBE9G5–heraldry, seals, Germany, Hanseatic town Rostock, 1257, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMBX2ANP–Bergen Bryggen Harbor quarter dock area Hanseatic city Horizontal Norway historical World Cultural Heritage
RF2HDN6MN–hanseatic city, luebeck, harbor port area, hanseatic cities, luebecks, port areas
RMBJ1JF5–the Michel, St. Michaelis church on Hanseatic city of Hamburg, Germany, Europe
RMEARF3K–Aerial view, Hanseatic Cross in front of the Bremen Roland statue at Marktplatz, market square, with the Town Hall and gabled
Please complete the form below. The information provided will be included in your download confirmation