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Vintage commemorative tin Juliana, Bernhard, 1937 - golden carriage, wedding

SKU: BT-2889-20
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Vintage commemorative tin Juliana, Bernhard, 1937 - golden carriage, wedding.

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  • Manufacturing date: 1937​

Description
Vintage tin issued in 1937 in honor of the marriage between Juliana and Bernhard. Hinged lid with picture of the golden carriage and royal couple. Decoration surface vanilla yellow.

Front view with an image of Juliana and Bernhard in an oval circle with the letters J and B on the sides. Back decorated with an image of Soestdijk Palace.

The short sides of this tin are decorated with, among other things, the coat of arms of the Netherlands with the text: Je Maintiendrai.

As early as 9 September 1936 Wilhelmina solemnly announced the engagement of her daughter Princess Juliana to the German Prince Bernhard von Lippe-Biesterfeld. The civil wedding of Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard was concluded in the city hall of The Hague. The church blessing took place in the Grote or Sint Jacobskerk. From that moment on, the couple moved into Soestdijk Palace in Baarn.

Condition
This tin is in an original vintage condition and shows traces of use and age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.

Size

  • Height: 7.5 cm.
  • Length: 17 cm.
  • Width: 10.5 cm.

Marriage Juliana and Bernard
In the 1930s, Queen Wilhelmina began a search for a suitable husband for her daughter. At the time, the House of Orange-Nassau was one of the most strictly religious royal families in the world, and it was very difficult to find a Protestant prince who suited their standards. Princes from the United Kingdom and Sweden were "vetted" but either declined or were rejected by the princess.

At the 1936 Winter Olympics in Bavaria, she met Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, a young German aristocrat. His rank and religion were suitable; so Princess Juliana's royal engagement was arranged by her mother. Princess Juliana fell deeply in love with her fiancé, a love that was to last a lifetime and that withstood separation during the war and Bernhard's extramarital affairs and illegitimate children. The astute Queen Wilhelmina, by then the richest woman in the world, left nothing to chance. Wilhelmina had her lawyers draw up a prenuptial agreement that specified exactly what the German-born prince could and could not do, and what money he would receive from the royal estate. The couple's engagement was announced on 8 September 1936.


Je maintiendrai (Dutch: I will maintain) has been the Dutch motto since 1815.

The spell is actually the weapon spell of the house of Orange-Nassau, which William of Orange inherited with the principality of Orange through the legacy of René van Chalon.

Originally the spell was Je maintiendrai Chalon, but Willem changed her to Je maintiendrai Nassau. After a while he left Nassau out and this simply became Je maintiendrai.


Some translations come from an automated system and may contain errors.

Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland

Kind of object
Commemoration wedding tin Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard

Theme
Marriage - Princess Juliana - Prince Bernhard - Golden carriage - Soestdijk Palace

Category
Vintage tins

Color
Gold - yellow - orange - red - blue

Material
Tin - metal

Particularities
Commemorative tin wedding Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard - hinged lid

Era
1937

Quality
Vintage with traces of use

Height
7,50 cm

Lenght
17,00 cm

Width
10,50 cm

Shipping method
Parcel post with track & trace

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