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Armorial plates from the Order of the Golden Fleece - Lukas de Heere - Sint Baafskathedraal Gent

shield of Edward IV as knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece

Shield of Edward IV as knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece Edward IV Portrait Gallery EDWARD iv

(210) Jean de LIGNE, comte d'Arenberg (1517-1604) -- "Messire Jehan de Lignes, conte Daremberghe, baron de Barbanson" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, 1559, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

Armorial plates from the Order of the Golden Fleece - Lukas de Heere - Sint Baafskathedraal Gent

(183) Charles, 2e comte de LALAING (1506-1558) -- "Messire Charles, conte de Lalaing. Trespasse" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, 1559, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent -- Panneau de trépassé.

Armorial plates from the Order of the Golden Fleece - Lukas de Heere - Sint Baafskathedraal Gent

Wapenbord van Eduard IV (1442-83), koning van Engeland, in zijn hoedanigheid van ridder in de orde van het Gulden Vlies, 1487 - Coustain, Pierre

Wapenbord van Eduard IV (1442-83), koning van Engeland, in zijn hoedanigheid van ridder in de orde van het Gulden Vlies, 1487 - Coustain, Pierre

Ordoño IV de León, llamado «el Malo» (c. 925-Córdoba, 962 o 963), fue rey de León entre 958 y 960, hijo de Alfonso IV y de la reina Oneca de Pamplona.   Biografía Hijo de Alfonso IV y sobrino ...

Ordoño IV de León, llamado «el Malo» (c. 925-Córdoba, 962 o 963), fue rey de León entre 958 y 960, hijo de Alfonso IV y de la reina Oneca de Pamplona. Biografía Hijo de Alfonso IV y sobrino ...

(44) Renaud II, sgr de BREDERODE et Vianen (1415-1473) -- "Messire Regnauld, sgr de Brederod et de Viane" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

Armorial plates from the Order of the Golden Fleece - Lukas de Heere - Sint Baafskathedraal Gent

Golden Fleece Order, collar, 1517, by Franz Hubmann (the Netherlands), Hofburg, Vienna. 03

Golden Fleece Order, collar, by Franz Hubmann (the Netherlands), Hofburg, Vienna.

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