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The coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, c.1815; including the Habsburg arms; the Order of the Golden Fleece; the double eagle; and the crown of Rudolf.

Oriel Window, Freiburg im Breisgau’s Historisches Kaufhaus, or historical marketplace, was constructed between 1520 and 1530 which was once the center of the financial life of the region. Its facade is decorated with the Hapsburg coat of arms.

1879 Austria-Hungary - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Coat of Arms

House of Habsburg Original Arms of the Counts of Habsburg, all but abandoned when they acquired Austria Country Austria, Kingdom of Germany, Holy Roman Empire, Sicily, Naples, Spain, Hungary-Croatia, Bohemia, England-Ireland (jure uxoris) and Portugal: Titles Emperor of the Romans, Emperor of Mexico, King of Germany, of Spain, of Aragon, Sicily, King of Naples, Castile, Hungary, of Bohemia, of Croatia, of England & Ireland, of Portugal, Dalmatia, Galicia & Lodomeria, Archduke of Austria

Coat of Arms of Hungary. Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Its capital, Budapest, is bisected by the Danube River and famed for its dramatic cityscape studded with architectural landmarks from Buda’s medieval Castle Hill and the grand neoclassical buildings along Pest’s Andrássy Avenue to the 19th-century Chain Bridge. The country has a long, rich history, and its culture reflects Roman, Turkish, Slavic and Magyar influences.

Tureen and cover with Russian imperial coat of arms, ca. 1735 Austrian; Vienna, Du Paquier period Hard-paste porcelain

Coat of arms of Maximilian III, Archduke of Austria, Grandmaster of the Teutonic Order (1558-1618). Großes Wappenbuch, enthaltend die Wappen der deutschen Kaiser, der europäischen Königs- und Fürstenhäuser, der Päpste und Kardinäle, Süddeutschland 1583