William III, King of England, 1650-1702
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
18th century copperplate engraving of King William III and Queen Mary II's portraits. Their autographs were cut from unknown documents and added to the engraving by an unknown person. The engraving says "Printed for Joseph Watts in St. Pauls Church Yard."
Silver three pence coin from Great Britain depicting the bust of William III and Queen Mary. A hole was drilled into the coin, possibly done after Mary's death to evil spirits could exit the coin and render it safe for use. The Jeton has 20 stamped on it with an image of Queen Victoria on the verso. It, like the 3 pence coin, has a similar hole drilled into it at the crown of the Queen's head.
This collection consists of a letter written by Lord George Hastings (later the Earl of Huntingdon) addressed to an unnamed Lord, offering congratulations on the honor with which the King had awarded his service, and asking for a recommendation to the King. The letter was written in Vienna, Austria. Also included are two pages of research from the donor, including evidence that the recipient of the letter was Arnold van Keppel, Earl of Albemarle.
Personal letter from King William III to the 2nd Duke of Queensberry relating to his role as the King’s Commissioner to the Scottish Parliament. William notes that he has just sent a long official letter, but wants to add one in his own hand to tell Queensberry how pleased he is with the work the latter had been doing on his behalf and that he will find an opportunity to reward him.
This collection includes research material used by Robert Maccubbin and Martha Hamilton Phillips for the book "The age of William III & Mary II : power, politics, and patronage, 1688-1702 : a reference encyclopedia and exhibition catalogue."
This collection is a scrapbook describing the history and development of the historical portrait William III Arrives at Torbay. The painting hangs in the Board of Visitors meeting room in Blow Hall and was executed by Pete Peltison. The album includes a typed account of the making of the work.
One shilling coin minted in 1692. The obverse of the coin depicts the conjoined busts of King William and Queen Mary. The reverse depicts the arms of Great Britain, Ireland and France, with the rampant lion of the House of Orange in the middle. Wording reads, "King and Queen of Great Britain, France, and Ireland" The date 1692 is printed in the spaces between the arms, near the center of the reverse side of the coin.
- College of William and Mary--History--17th century 4
- Correspondence 3
- Coins (money) 2
- College of William and Mary--History--18th century 2
- Great Britain--History--1660-1714 2
- Great Britain--History--Revolution of 1688 2
- Indentures 2
- Pamphlets 2
- Account books 1
- Booklets 1
- Certificates 1
- Charter 1
- Engravings (Prints) 1
- European currency unit 1
- Finances 1
- Financial records 1
- France--History--13th century--Sources 1
- France--History--14th century--Sources 1
- Great Britain--History 1
- Great Britain--History--1689-1714 1
- Great Britain--History--18th century 1
- Great Britain--History--James II, 1685-1688 1
- Great Britain--History--Stuarts, 1603-1714 1
- History of the College 1
- Invitations 1
- Land grants 1
- Legal documents 1
- Letters (correspondence) 1
- Photographs 1
- Real property 1
- Real property--Virginia 1
- Receipts (financial records) 1
- Scrapbooks 1
- Stock certificates 1
- Wills 1 ∧ less