RMDCY91D–Burgundian nobility in the late 1400s. Hand-colored print
RME1DDBW–Spanish nobility and royalty in the 1400s: two ladies of rank, count, King Ferdinand, and Queen Isabelle.
RMCW7141–Nobility in the 15th century
RM2B8KHWC–# 1. Citizen Actif./ Your nobility is in your coat. [...] / (TI)
RMG16E6W–Entitled: 'German nobility of the Baroque period.' Fashion in the period 1600-50 in Western European clothing is characterized by the disappearance of the ruff in favor of broad lace or linen collars. Waistlines rose through the period for both men and wo
RMPH1RC0–'You should hope that this game will be over soon.' The Third Estate carrying the Clergy and the Nobility on its back. France, 1789
RMG39K8X–Costume - 14Th C Nobility
RMG332ER–Cornelia, Countess of Craven, nee Miss Bradley-Martin of New York, was one of the American heiresses who married British nobility in the late 19th-century.
RMCPHXYP–The House of Nobility in Stockholm
RMT94JMF–Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Allegory of Virtue and Nobility, painting, c. 1740
RM2A25KX8–Colour illustration of 18th century French nobility in expensive clothes 1780
RMD3EW80–The reunion of the three French orders, The Clergy, The Nobility and The Workers, in the 18th century.
RMMBFEEF–Germanic Nobility & knights at court
RMRT7KK5–Niklas Count of Zriny, portrait, Croatian-Hungarian nobility, copperplate engraving on handmade paper, about 1750., Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMFB70Y6–Bust of Woman Priestess nobility or divine ancestor 5th century Nok Nigeria Africa African Terracotta
RM2BMW3M6–Francesco de Mura (1696-1782). Italian baroque painter. Allegory of the nobility of the Order of Saint John, 1747. Oil on canvas. National Museum of Fine Arts. Valletta. Malta.
RMDC2EW2–Sample of urban nobility residence of the 15th-century. CoA of the Tordesilla y Tapia's family, framed by a moorish arch, decorated with diamond points. The gallery was added in 1553. Segovia, Spain.
RM2G5KFPE–SAMURAI WARRIOR 1860's Traditional Japanese Samurai in armour brandishing Sword by Felice Beato Samurai were the hereditary military nobility and officer caste of medieval and early-modern Japan from the late 12th century to their abolition in 1876.
RMDCY950–Burgundian nobility in the 1400s. Hand-colored print
RME601EG–German costume of the nobility, 1504.
RMCW72HM–The French nobility begins to emigrate, under the French Revolution (September-October 1789)
RFHHWN2B–Clothes, costume of a Virgin of the nobility in Alsace, France, woodcuts of Jost Amman from Hans Weigels costume book, Nuremberg 1577, Germany, historical image or illustration, published 1890, digital improved
RM2BE0HYJ–Entitled: 'A faut esperer q'eu se jeu la finira bentot.' Shows the nobility and the clergy, representing the estates general, riding on the back of a man representing the working class, or third estate; the man is bent under their weight and supports himself by leaning on an adz-like tool, while around his feet birds and rabbits feast on the produce of his labor. The Estates-General of 1789 was the first meeting since 1614 of the French Estates-General, a general assembly representing the French estates of the realm: the clergy (First Estate), the nobles (Second Estate), and the common people
RMHHW3M6–To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation, tract by Martin Luther (10 November 1483 – 18 February 1546), theologian and
RMWHAXE5–Patent of nobility with Linnaeus' Coat of Arms, Hammarby. Carl Linnaeus, also known after his ennoblement as Carl von Linné, and in English usually under the Latinized name Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778), was a Swedish botanist who laid the foundations for the modern scheme of taxonomy. He is also considered one of the fathers of modern ecology.
RMG39K91–Costume - 13Th C Nobility
RFFY2TA3–MALTA: Ancestry & proof of nobility of Knight Hospitaller of Malta. MALLET, 1683
RMCPHPEH–Emperor Wilhelm I with members of higher nobility, 1883
RM2JM1R24–Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini painting, Nobility Holding A Statue Of Athena, oil on canvas, before 1741
RM2JYY58D–The French National Assembly votes to abolish the privileges and feudal rights of the nobility, During the French revolution. 4th August 1789
RMD3EWAR–Woman wearing mix of clothes representing the Three Orders - Clergy, Nobility and Worker - in France during French Revolution
RMKGKR44–Cartoon from the Russian satirical journal Fonar (Lantern) depicting a disheveled man panhandling in a torn jacket and no pants, with text reading 'Deputy of the nobility in the State Duma (lower house of legislature); From the Songs of Mrakobestsev (By phone from Moscow)', 1905.
RMRWCP8C–Niklas Count Zriny, Croatian nobility, strategist, copperplate engraving on handmade paper, around 1750., Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RFAYNMJH–German Nobility A.D. 1000-1100
RMFD5XPX–18c gilt framed nobility portraits
RMDRKGXR–The Assembly of the Nobility with the public garden on Klubnaya Street in Yekaterinburg, Russian Empire. Black and white vintage photograph by Russian photographer Nikolai Vvedensky dated from the beginning of the 20th century issued in the Russian vintage postcard published by M.S. Semkov, Yekaterinburg. Text in Russian: Yekaterinburg. Public assembly. The building serves now as the Ural Theatrical Academy in Pervomayskaya Street. Courtesy of the Azoor Postcard Collection.
RMDYMA3Y–Knights' House or House of the Nobility, Riddarhuset, meeting house of the Swedish nobility, historic town centre, Gamla Stan,
RMADWBKE–Spanish nobility of the mid 1500s. Hand-colored print
RME601F6–Fashion of German nobility of the early 16th century.
RMTXGBW9–Prince Saionji Kinmochi (December 7, 1849 – November 24, 1940) was a Japanese politician, statesman and twice Prime Minister of Japan. His title does not signify the son of an emperor, but the highest rank of Japanese hereditary nobility, he was elevated from marquis to prince in 1920. As the last surviving genro, he was Japan's most honoured statesman of the 1920s and 1930s.
RF2MY41Y4–Pastimes of the nobility, illustration by Balmont, France 1838
RM2BE10M8–Entitled: 'A faut esperer q'eu se jeu la finira bentot.' Shows the nobility and the clergy, representing the estates general, riding on the back of a man representing the working class, or third estate; the man is bent under their weight and supports himself by leaning on an adz-like tool, while around his feet birds and rabbits feast on the produce of his labor. The Estates-General of 1789 was the first meeting since 1614 of the French Estates-General, a general assembly representing the French estates of the realm: the clergy (First Estate), the nobles (Second Estate), and the common people
RM2B1E021–All in the Past 1890 by Vasily Maximov Russia, Russian, Federation,( The End of Russian nobility )
RMR5CBCJ–North of Africa. Ancient Egypt. Courtyard of a residence of the Egyptian nobility. Drawing by Dionisio Baixeras (1862-1943). Chromolithography. La Civilizacion (The Civilization), volume I, 1881.
RM2M9CRFP–The Nobility of Hannover, Germany - Nobilis Hannoniae
RFMN7FD6–COSTUME. Of nobility & gentry, William & Mary c1690 1845 old antique print
RM2AGY91M–Engraved cover of a 1520 tract by Martin Luther: To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation (German: An den christlichen Adel deutscher Nation) setting out his signature doctrines of the priesthood of all believers and the two kingdoms. Written in German.
RF2BMWKCJ–French Revolution costume of representatives of the three estates after the initial 1789 established order, clergy, nobility and third estate / Französische Revolution, Tracht der Vertreter der drei Stände nach der Anfang 1789 festgesetzten Ordnung, Geistlichkeit, Adel und dritter Stand, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RM2K0E1Y3–Painting showing Korean men of the yangban nobility, relaxing at an 18th century kisaeng house. By Danwon Kim Hong-do (c1745 - 1816).
RMD3EWCT–Man wearing mixture of clothes representing the Three Orders - Clergy, Nobility and Worker - in France during French Revolution.
RMK4BRHK–Cartoon of the Russian Imperial double-headed eagle, the symbol of the Russian tzar, behind prison bars, with the title 'At Last' and the caption 'Stop, birdie, you are caught and will not escape from the cage', celebrating the defeat of the tzar and Russian nobility by the Soviets, published during the Russian Revolution in the satirical journal Bich, 1917.
RMB47A0D–A patent of nobility for Major von Beaulieu, Kaiser Wilhelm II, granted on 18 September 1898 Parchment document with eight pages of outstanding calligraphy with hand-painted, multi-coloured coat of arms, and the Kaiser's original signature. In a red, gold-stamped, leather binding. Attached seal case, decorated in relief, on a cord interwoven with black. Seal case has traces of age and slight corrosion. Bernhard Georg Maximilian Plato von Beaulieu was a major in the Infantry Regiment Herwarth von Bittenfeld (1st Westphalian) No. 13. fine arts, 19th cen, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RFJ6GPXT–noble crown nobility coronation emperor king coronated symbolic graphic
RMRMHBJE–Portrait of the Leader of Assembly of Moscow Nobility Pyotr Basilevsky (1855-1920). Silver Gelatin Photography
RMDRKFCG–Voznesensky Prospekt Avenue in Yekaterinburg, Russian Empire. Black and white vintage photograph by Russian photographer Veniamin Metenkov dated from the beginning of the 20th century issued in the Russian vintage postcard published by Veniamin Metenkov himself in Yekaterinburg. Text in Russian: Yekaterinburg. Voznesensky Prospekt Avenue. The Assembly of the Nobility, now the Ural Theatrical Academy (1st L) and the own house of photographer Veniamin Metenkov (2nd L) are seen in the picture. Courtesy of the Azoor Postcard Collection.
RMDYMA40–Knights' House or House of the Nobility, Riddarhuset, meeting house of the Swedish nobility, historic town centre, Gamla Stan,
RMDCY95M–Burgundian nobility in the 1400s. Hand-colored print
RME601EW–Luxurious fashions of the nobility of Augsburg in the early 16th century.
RMR226YN–L'Attaque de la constitution 1792. Cartoon showing clergy, nobility, and fugitive counterrevolutionaries, carrying flags labeled 'Vive la noblesse et le Clerge', 'Lettre Pastorale', and 'Voincre ou Courir', attacking a rock, identified as the 'Constitution Francoise', on which sits the French flag labeled 'Liberte' on the far left, across the Rhine.
RF2B0WEY1–Villa d'Este - Tivoli, Room of The Nobility (Virtue - F. Zuccari), UNESCO World Heritage Site - Lazio, Italy, Europe
RMKC907K–Virtue and Nobility, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1696–1770
RM2H5W00C–monarch, prince, princes royal ,noble, nobles, nobility,Carlo Emanuele I con cane e pappagallo - Carlo Emanuele I with dog and parrot Pittore piemontese - Piedmontese painter 19th Century Torino Turin Italy Italian.
RM2E04299–Tombstone with heraldic shield and dog, knight's symbols, probably belonged to the nobility. 15th century. From the Convent of Saint Francis, La Coruña, Galicia, Spain. Archaeological and History Museum of A Coruña (San Anton Castle). Galicia, Spain.
RMG3AP8C–Two actors dressed in the role of 18th century nobility.
RM2B6DBCN–A ticket to enter the court masquerade of the nobility in 1825 in the Russian Empire.
RMR20JA2–A Procession of James I to St. Paul's, accompanied by the Prince of Wales and many of the Nobility, on Sunday, March 26, 1620
RF2B9T4MD–The opening of the Estates General on 5 May 1789, France, In France, general estates are the assembly of representatives of the three estates clergy, nobility and the third estate, first convened in 1302 / Die Eröffnung der Generalstände am 5. Mai 1789, Frankreich. Als Generalstände bezeichnet man in Frankreich die erstmals 1302 einberufene Versammlung von Vertretern der drei Stände Klerus, Adel sowie dem Dritten Stand, Historisch, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RMEX6JFE–Charles I, from the Patent of Nobility by which the Viscount Wallingford was created Earl of Banbury, 1627. From The Island Race, a 20th century book that covers the history of the British Isles from the pre-Roman times to the Victorian era. Written by Si
RMEFTHRH–Costumes of the nobility from the seventh to the ninth centuries.
RMK4BWMR–Cartoon from the Russian satirical journal Adskaia Pochta showing a crowd of nobility marching, with rows of commoners bowing to them, with caption reading 'Heaven on earth', August 3, 2017.
RM2G3KTYJ–people, society, nobility, dancing couple, copper engraving by Heinrich Aldegrever, circa 1550, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RFJ5KE5E–houses spring meadows locksmith nobility community village market town scenery
RMWH8PTK–Napoleon's parvenu nobility flocked to see David's painting of the Emperor's coronation when it was exhibited. Painting by Louis Leopold Boilly
RMP7GYWE–The House of Nobility, Stockholm, Sweden
RFE1HN6M–Nostalgia. Styled Smiling Woman with Retro Golden Hair Style. Nobility
RMMW6XMJ–German couple of the nobility, late 1500s. Hand-colored print
RM2B63YKM–Coat of arms and crest of HRH Frederick Lewis, Duke of Gloucester, 1707-1751. Copperplate engraving by Andrew Johnston after C. Gardiner from Notitia Anglicana, Shewing the Achievements of all the English Nobility, Andrew Johnson, the Strand, London, 1724.
RM2A5YTJC–Scene from the Spanish film, Nobleza Baturra (The Nobility of the Peasantry, a 1935 Spanish musical drama film directed by Florián Rey, and starring Imperio Argentina, Miguel Ligero Rodríguez, and Juan de Orduña, based on the play by the playwright Joaquín Dicenta. The film was a phenomenal success, and one of the most commercially successful films of the Second Republic
RF2EXR8F4–The Riddarhuset, or Palace of the Nobility, in Stockholm, Sweden, on a sunny autumn day with deep blue sky.
RMKC91M3–Nobility Presenting an Infant to Venice, Francesco Zugno, 1709–87
RFBCTCW1–Ceremonial Costume of The Three Orders (clergy, nobility, commons) in the National Assembly during the French Revolution (1789 -1799).
RM2GK82ER–Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros, known by Cardinal Cisneros (1436-1517). Cardinal, Archbishop of Toledo, Regent of Castile, Inquisitor General of Castile. Cardinal Jiménez de Cisneros showing his power to the nobility. Illustration after a painting by Manzano. Chromolithography. Historia General de España (General History of Spain), by Miguel Morayta. Volume IV. Madrid, 1890.
RM2K64C1Y–Vintage 19th century photograph: group of Indian nobility in fine clothes
RMEM2G3X–Swedish House Of Nobility; Stockholm Sweden
RMR943YJ–Costume worn by the nobility and gentry,during the brief reign of King James II1685-1688 following the death of his father King Charles II.
RME6K560–Bonde Palace and the House of Nobility, Bondeska palatset, Riddarhuset, historic centre, Gamla stan, Stockholm, Sweden
RMEX73HJ–Scene from the Spanish film, Nobleza Baturra (The Nobility of the Peasantry, a 1935 Spanish musical drama film directed by Florián Rey, and starring Imperio Argentina, Miguel Ligero Rodríguez, and Juan de Orduña, based on the play by the playwright Joaquí
RM2C21A6E–Representatives of the lesser nobility in the Habsburg Netherlands submit a petition to the Regent, Margaret of Parma. Known as the Compromise or Covenant of Nobles it sought to have the government moderate the “placards” or ordinances against heresy imposed to suppress Protestant teachings. After a 19th century illustration by Samuel Lankhout, after a work by Hendrik Albert van Trig.
RMHPT04M–Clothing and Dress of a black nobility, 1849. From the New York Public Library.
RM2G3KW5X–people, society, nobility, 'La danse', series 'Occupations des Dames', etching by Daniel Chodowiecki, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RFJ6GRDX–noble crown nobility coronation emperor king coronated symbolic graphic golden
RMWH8J87–All classes loved hunting, though the poor could not enjoy the sumptuous day long sport of the nobility, and Chaucer hardly idealizes it as he does virtuous poverty
RFM0B40R–Execution of Nobility after the indulgence saying of Albas, on the Rossmarkt in Brussels, 1572, Belgium, digital improved reproduction of an original print from 1880
RM2BDPJWX–Noble Family, Burmese Nobility, Aristocracy, Aristocrats or Bourgeoisie Being Entertained by Musicians in Mawlamyine Burma or Myanmar. Vintage or Old Illustration or Engraving 1886
RMMTY82W–Spanish nobility in the Netherlands, 1600s. Hand-colored print
RM2B63YWM–Coat of arms and crest of the right noble James Brydges, Duke of Chandos, 1673-1744. Copperplate engraving by Andrew Johnston after C. Gardiner from Notitia Anglicana, Shewing the Achievements of all the English Nobility, Andrew Johnson, the Strand, London, 1724.
RMCW8RJN–Ancient costumes of the Polish nobility
RFRK3CKT–16 September 2018: Stockholm, Sweden - Statue of Gustavo Erici, in front of the Riddarhuset, or Palace of the Nobility, in Stockholm, Sweden, on a sun
RMD2WCMB–AMATEUR PERFORMANCE BY NOBILITY AND GENTRY AT FREEMASONS' HALL UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF THE HON. SEYMOUR EGERTON UK
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