Wolframsdorf or Wolfframsdorf is the name of an old noble family from Vogtland , Meissen and Thuringia with their ancestral home in Teichwolframsdorf am Krebsbach near Greiz .
The family coat of arms shows a leaping wolf, carrying a stag’s antlers bleeding on the scab in its fangs. On the helmet with red-silver covers an open flight, the left wing divided by silver and red obliquely left, the other obliquely right.
Size 31 x 19 cm
Archbishop-Elector of Mainz from 1604 to 1626. He commissioned the Schloss Johannisburg, which was built in Aschaffenburg from 1605 to 1614. Under his reign the old arsenal building was finished.
Engraved by or after Willem de Passe 1597-1637
Size 29 x 20 cm
Engraved by Carl von Pechwell after Ellensheim
Size 38 x 28 cm
Clemens Wenceslaus of Saxony
Engraver Johann Michael Söckler 1744-1781
Size 32 x 21cm
German Field Marshal and the last Count of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein. He was the son of Kraft III of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein and Sophie of Birkenfeld, a daughter of Charles I, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld.
Size 10 x 6 cm
Franz Graf Fugger of Kirchberg and Weissenhorn
Size 10 x 6 cm
Frederick III of Holstein-Gottorp was a Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. He was the elder son of Duke Johann Adolf of Holstein-Gottorp and Princess Augusta of Denmark. His mother was a daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark. He had ambitious plans concerning the development of sea trade
size 40 x 30 cm
The Ebner von Eschenbach are one of the oldest patrician families of the city of Nuremberg , first mentioned in the year 1251st names obtainable family seat, except for the years 1667 to 1676, until today, the 1508 from the Harsdörffer of Enderndorf acquired mansion in Eschenbach at Hersbruck
Artist Muller 1746
Size 38 x 27 cms
His branch of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg is named after Wiesenburg Castle, near Zwickau.
Size 6 x 9 cms
Elector of Saxony from 1611 to 1656. He led Saxony through the Thirty Years’ War, which dominated his 45 year reign.
Size 23 x 25 cms