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Erkunde Franz Josef, 19. November und noch mehr!

H.S.H. Johann I, Prince of Liecthenstein (1760-1836) - Johann I Joseph (Johann Baptist Josef Adam Johann Nepomuk Aloys Franz de Paula) was Prince of Liechtenstein between 1805 and 1806 and again from 1814 until 1836.

| THE HABSBURG FRINGE TIARA | It is thought to have been a wedding gift to H.I.R.H. Archduchess Maria Theresia of Austria, (1855-1944) for her 1873 marriage to H.I.R.H. The Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria (1833-96), brother of H.I.R.M. Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916). This particular model is attributed to the Austrian jeweler Kochert, made it in the 1870s. | H.R.H. Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein, née Duchess and Princess of Bavaria wearing THE HABSBURG FRINGE…

Sovereign Prince Franz Joseph II of Liechtenstein

Stamps - Liechtenstein - Prince Franz Josef II Commemoration 1939

Prinz Josef von und zu Lichtenstein gel.1917

Princess Marie-Caroline of Liechtenstein comes out of age today. (She might be a little young for Harry, but at least she's been brought up in the life and would know how to handle herself)

Franz Josef II von und zu Liechtenstein - François-Joseph II (prince de Liechtenstein) — Wikipédia

Ruby and diamond tiara of Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria given in 1903 by Emperor Franz Josef and sold for $33,000 at Christies in 2006 - Luxarazzi

Wedding of Prince Philipp of Lichtenstein, the second son of Prince Franz Josef II and Princess Gina, and Isabelle de l'Arbre de Malander, youngest child and daughter of Jean de l'Arbre de Malander and his wife née Guillemette Grassal of Belgium. September 11, 1971