Engraver Frenz Stöber 1795 – 1858
Drawn by Jacob Schakini 1820
Size 22 x 13 cm
Sigismund von Kollonitsch; Kollonitz, Kollonic, Kollonics, Collonicz was titular Bishop of Scutari, Bishop of Waitzen, and was from 1716 to 1722 Prince-Bishop of Vienna, then from 1722 to 1751 the first Prince-Archbishop of Vienna. He was raised in 1727 to the cardinalate by Pope Benedict XIII.
Artist: Jacob van Schuppen 1670-1751
Engraver Gustav Adolph Müller 1694-1767
Size37 x 24 cm
Holy Roman Emperor from August 1765 and sole ruler of the Habsburg lands from November 1780 until his death. He was the eldest son of Empress Maria Theresa and her husband, Emperor Francis I, and the brother of Marie Antoinette, Maria Carolina of Austria and Maria Amalia, Duchess of Parma.
Artist Martin Engelbrecht 1684-1756
Engraver: Christian Wilhelm Engelbrecht
Size 29 x 18 cm
Born Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Graf zu Schaumburg-Lippe-Bückeburg, was a German ruler of the County of Schaumburg-Lippe-Bückeburg, an important military commander in the Seven Years’ War, Generalfeldzeugmeister of the Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg, a British field marshal and grandson of King George I.
Engraver: John Michael
Was a member of the Royal Prussian secret war council. He was designated commander of the Order of St. John in Lietzen.
Size 24 x 19 cm
A son of Count Johann Wilhelm from his marriage to Maximiliana Countess Harrach . Count Friedrich Sigmund’s name is closely connected with the memory of Vienna’s rescue from the Turkish danger in 1683 . Count Friedrich Sigmund is one of those generals who left the island of Schütt with the corps of Count Leslie and rushed to the rescue of the afflicted Vienna . Later, in 1684, he witnessed the victories of Waitzen and Pesth and then the first unsuccessful siege of Ofen, where he was wounded. Before Neuhäusel he headed under Caprara1685 the storm and was sent with the news of the fall of the square to the imperial court camp
Size 18 x 15 cm