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Storbritania

Storbritania

Mecklenburg

Mecklenburg

Heraldic Panel with Arms of Charles V of Hapsburg, ca. 1504–6, Made in possibly Ghent, South Netherlandish. -- Arms: I and IV, grand quarters quartered, 1 and 4, again quartered, 1 and 4, Castile; 2 and 3, Leon; 2 and 3, Aragon, impaling per saltire in chief and bass Aragon, dexter and sinister, Sicily; II and III grand quarters quartered, 1, Austria, 2, Burgundy Modern, 3. Burgundy Ancient, 4 Brabant, overall an escutcheon, Flanders, in a base point, Granada.

Heraldic Panel with Arms of Charles V of Hapsburg, ca. 1504–6, Made in possibly Ghent, South Netherlandish. -- Arms: I and IV, grand quarters quartered, 1 and 4, again quartered, 1 and 4, Castile; 2 and 3, Leon; 2 and 3, Aragon, impaling per saltire in chief and bass Aragon, dexter and sinister, Sicily; II and III grand quarters quartered, 1, Austria, 2, Burgundy Modern, 3. Burgundy Ancient, 4 Brabant, overall an escutcheon, Flanders, in a base point, Granada.

The coat of arms of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, dated 1536, at the Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria. (Photo; baruchova/flickr)

The coat of arms of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, dated 1536, at the Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria. (Photo; baruchova/flickr)

Pendant, cross shaped Silver The cross shaped pendant also has one smaller cross carved in the middle. Broa, Halla, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 14959

Pendant, cross shaped Silver The cross shaped pendant also has one smaller cross carved in the middle. Broa, Halla, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 14959

Kronen Adel Freiherr Vicomte Viscount Visconte Marquis Herzog Fürst Prinz Erbischof Kardinal etc.

Kronen Adel Freiherr Vicomte Viscount Visconte Marquis Herzog Fürst Prinz Erbischof Kardinal etc.

Collar of Order of Two Sicilies (1813), belonged to Murat - gold and polychrome enamels - Naples, San Martino Museum

Collar of Order of Two Sicilies (1813), belonged to Murat - gold and polychrome enamels - Naples, San Martino Museum

Terracotta Tomb Plaque, Byzantine or Visigothic, c. 400 - 800. Probably made in Spain

Terracotta Tomb Plaque, Byzantine or Visigothic, c. 400 - 800. Probably made in Spain