Frederick the Great leading his troops into battle at Zorndorf, Seven Years War

Prussian King Frederick the Great leading his owntroops into battle at Zorndorf, Seven Years War

You won’t see this in the Monuments Men movie - Two finely wrought swords of Frederick the Great. (National Archives, 239-PA-4-127-1)

Two finely wrought swords of Frederick the Great. from the Hohenzollern Museum in Berlin, used at the 1701 coronation of King Frederick I and Queen Sophie. Found hidden in the Bernterode Mine Germany after WWII.

One of the best images of King Frederick II of Prussia

Wilhelm Camphausen Portrait od Friedrich II, King of Prussia, 1871

This 18th-century bloodstone box was made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia. It features almost 3,000 diamonds arranged to represent flowers, insects, and musical instruments.

This 18th-century bloodstone box was made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia. It features almost 3,000 diamonds arranged to represent flowers, insects, and musical instruments.

An 18th snuff box given as a gift by Frederick the Great to his brother.

Oval green snuffbox once owned by Frederick the Great of Prussia, about Museum no. Oval green snuffbox once owned by Frederick the Great of Prussia Probably Jean Guillaume George Kruger Germany About 1755 Chrysoprase, gold, diamonds, hardstone and foil

Frederick_the_Great_and_his_staff_at_the_Battle_of_Leuthen_by_Hugo_Ungewitter Ten Amazing Facts About Frederick the Great of Prussia

Ten Amazing Facts About Frederick the Great of Prussia

The Battles of Frederick the Great the battle of Leuthen the overwhelming defeat of the Austrian Army in one of the major battles of the Century

Prussian grenadiers being inspected by Frederick the Great during the Seven Years War.

Prussian grenadiers being inspected by Frederick the Great during the Seven Years War, (artist unknown).

Frederick II, better known at Frederick the Great of Prussia, was one tough…

Frederick II, better known at "Frederick the Great" of Prussia, was one tough guy. He ruled Prussia from 1740 to

Jewelled mother of pearl snuffbox, commissioned by Frederick the Great of Prussia. It was made in Berlin around 1765, possibly by Daniel Baudesson, and is notable for the variety of jewels, hardstones and precious and semi-precious materials used in its construction and decoration.

Snuffbox

Snuffbox, Berlin, about The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection on loan to the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

frederick the great | Frederick the Great (1712-1786) in his study. Illustration from House ...

SOLDIERS- Röhling: Frederick the Great in his study. Illustration from House of Hohenzollern in Pictures and Words by Carl Rohling and Richard Sternfeld. Published by Martin Oldenbourg in Berlin, c

Frederick II, the Great (January 24, 1712-August 17, 1786): King of Prussia.    During his 40-year reign, Frederick II vastly increased Prussia’s wealth, doubled its size, recast it into a hub of culture and learning, and made it a great military power.

" A crown is merely a hat that lets the rain in." said Frederick The Great. Shown here wearing a Tricorn hat in a painting by Dudde. Frederick the Great was instrumental in introducing many of today's hottest looks.

This snuff box made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia, c.1770-75 will be among the attractions

Jewellery fit for a Queen: Monarch to unveil collection of private treasures in time for 2012 Jubilee

Table Snuff Box of Frederick the Great of Prussia. Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

An uncut diamond and a snuff box  Queen Victoria was gifted a 23.6–carat uncut diamond from Tanzania as a wedding present by the Canadian geologist Dr JT Williamson and later made into a flower brooch by Cartier in 1953. This brooch is also the part of the grand exhibition. A blck colored snuff box adonred with diamonds made for King Frederick the Great of Prussia, c.1770-75 will be among the attractions.

ThIs unique snuffbox was created in 1770 from 3000 diamonds and gold and belonged to King of Prussia Frederick the Great. Empress Alexandra, wife of Nikolay II also owned it until The next owner was Queen Mary, grandmother of HMTQ Elizabeth II.

Tous Le Considèrent Comme Le Cheval Le Plus Beau Du Monde: Son élégance Est Indescriptible

Drawing comparisons: 'It's like someone crossed a horse with the hunky lead from a romance novel,' Boredom Therapy wrote

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