Remembrance of the unveiling of the memorial needle in Scheveningen on the spot where William V left for England in 1795, 1865, anonymous, 1865 Canvas Print

Remembrance of the unveiling of the memorial needle in Scheveningen on the spot where William V left for England in 1795, 1865, anonymous, 1865 Canvas Print

Commemorative print published at the unveiling of the memorial needle at Scheveningen on the spot where Stadtholder William V left for England on 18 January 1795 and King William I returned in 1813. Monument unveiled on August 24, 1865. Centrally the prince William V on horseback, on the right the mate Jan Arense Ros who brought the prince and his sons to England, on the right his wife Antje Bal. At the top left of the memorial needle, at the top right the Badhuis van Maas or hotel Zeerust. At the bottom left the departure of William V, at the bottom right the arrival of King William I in 1813.

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