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Ferdinand VI of Spain's signature

Fan Case, mid 18th century, French, shagreen, gilt copper, velvet and wood. This precious fan and its protective case may have been a gift to King Ferdinand VI of Spain (1713–1759) and his wife, Maria Magdalena Barbara, Infanta of Portugal (1711–1758), whose conjoined coat of arms is worked into the lace and its mount.

This precious fan and its protective case may have been a gift to King Ferdinand VI of Spain and his wife, Maria Magdalena Barbara, Infanta of Portugal whose conjoined coat of arms is worked into the lace and its mount

CHEVALIER RING- Dating from c.1824, this ring is truly a piece of history which we are honored to have handled with. The ring is assumed to be made as presentation to Louis Antoine of France (Duke of Angoulême 1775–1844), the last  Dauphin of France, in celebration of the French victory in 1824 over Spanish liberalist government. In 1823, Louis Antoine commanded the French corps known as “Hundred Thousand Sons of Saint Louis” sent to Spain in order to restore absolute powers of King…

CHEVALIER RING- Dating from c.1824, this ring is truly a piece of history which we are honored to have handled with. The ring is assumed to be made as presentation to Louis Antoine of France (Duke of Angoulême 1775–1844), the last Dauphin of France, in celebration of the French victory in 1824 over Spanish liberalist government. In 1823, Louis Antoine commanded the French corps known as “Hundred Thousand Sons of Saint Louis” sent to Spain in order to restore absolute powers of King…

The Aragones king Ferdinand and Castile's Isabella got married, unifying two neighboring kingdoms into one. In those times it was not known as Spain yet, and it wouldn't be for a few years still, but it was the beginning of something great.15 th Century Spain

The Aragones king Ferdinand and Castile's Isabella got married, unifying two neighboring kingdoms into one. In those times it was not known as Spain yet, and it wouldn't be for a few years still, but it was the beginning of something th Century Spain

Fan Point d’Angleterre bobbin lace; mount of mother-of-pearl with gold and diamonds - This precious fan and its protective case may have been a gift to King Ferdinand VI of Spain (1713–1759) and his wife, Maria Magdalena Barbara, Infanta of Portugal (1711–1758), whose conjoined coat of arms is worked into the lace and its mount.

Fan Date: century Culture: French Medium: Point d’Angleterre bobbin lace; mount of mother-of-pearl with gold and diamonds Dimensions: x 21 in. x cm) Classification: Fans Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Portrait of King Ferdinand VI of Spain as Prince of Asturias, Jean Ranc

Portrait of King Ferdinand VI of Spain as Prince of Asturias Jean Ranc Wholesale Oil Painting China Picture Frame 77159

Francesco Battaglioli - King Ferdinand VI of Spain and Queen Bar

Francesco Battaglioli - King Ferdinand VI of Spain and Queen Bar - , individual art card

KING FERDINAND VI OF SPAIN  ~Un escudo coin ( A one escudo coin) with a profile of Ferdinand VI of Spain. ~~The death of his wife Barbara, who had been devoted to him, and who carefully abstained from political intrigue, broke his heart. Between the date of her death in August 1758 and his own on 10 August 1759, he fell into a state of prostration in which he would not even dress, but wandered unshaven, unwashed and in a nightgown about his park.

KING FERDINAND VI OF SPAIN ~Un escudo coin ( A one escudo coin) with a profile of Ferdinand VI of Spain. ~~The death of his wife Barbara, who had been devoted to him, and who carefully abstained from political intrigue, broke his heart. Between the date of her death in August 1758 and his own on 10 August 1759, he fell into a state of prostration in which he would not even dress, but wandered unshaven, unwashed and in a nightgown about his park.

Tomb of King Ferdinand VI of Spain (1713-1759) Son of Philip V of Spain and Maria Luisa of Savoy. Husband to Barbara of Portugal

Tomb of King Ferdinand VI of Spain Son of Philip V of Spain and Maria Luisa of Savoy. Husband to Barbara of Portugal

Infante Philip, Duke of Calabria/Philip of Naples and Sicily (1747-1777) Son of Charles III of Spain and Maria Amalia of Saxony. Godparents were King Ferdinand VI of Spain and Barbara of Portugal.

Infante Philip, Duke of Calabria/Philip of Naples and Sicily Son of Charles III of Spain and Maria Amalia of Saxony. Godparents were King Ferdinand VI of Spain and Barbara of Portugal.

Amigoni,Jacopo.Dona Barbara de Braganza (1711-1758),wife of King   Ferdinand VI of Spain.   Canvas

Dona Barbara de Braganza of King Ferdinand VI of Spain.

H.M. King Fernando VI of Spain (1713-1759) - Ferdinand VI, called the Learned, was King of Spain from 9 July 1746 until his death. He was the fourth son of the previous monarch Philip V and his first wife Maria Luisa of Savoy. Ferdinand, the third member of the Spanish Bourbon dynasty, was born in Madrid on 23 September 1713.

H.M. King Fernando VI of Spain (1713-1759) - Ferdinand VI, called the Learned, was King of Spain from 9 July 1746 until his death. He was the fourth son of the previous monarch Philip V and his first wife Maria Luisa of Savoy. Ferdinand, the third member of the Spanish Bourbon dynasty, was born in Madrid on 23 September 1713.

Francesco Battaglioli - Arrival of guests outside the Palace of Aranjuez on St Ferdinand day, named after king Ferdinand VI of Spain

Francesco Battaglioli - Arrival of guests outside the Palace of Aranjuez on St Ferdinand day, named after king Ferdinand VI of Spain - , individual art card

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