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Inner courtyard of the Royal Castle in Warsaw as it look like in mid 17th century with Ladislaus' Tower housing the staircase, medieval Curia Maior housing parliament chambers (right) and the "Royal House" (left)

Inner courtyard of the Royal Castle in Warsaw as it look like in mid 17th century with Ladislaus' Tower housing the staircase, medieval Curia Maior housing parliament chambers (right) and the "Royal House" (left)

Portrait of unknown Polish Princess of the Vasa dynasty in Spanish costume by Peter Danckerts de Rij, ca. 1644 (PD-art/old), Museu Sa Bassa Blanca, the Princess was portraited in green saya, standing in the loggia of the Villa Regia Palace in Warsaw with a view on Royal garden and Vistula

Portrait of unknown Polish Princess of the Vasa dynasty in Spanish costume by Peter Danckerts de Rij, ca. 1644 (PD-art/old), Museu Sa Bassa Blanca, the Princess was portraited in green saya, standing in the loggia of the Villa Regia Palace in Warsaw with a view on Royal garden and Vistula

Portrait of Crown Prince Ladislaus Vasa by workshop of Peter Paul Rubens, ca. 1624 (PD-art/old), Zamek Królewski na Wawelu

Portrait of Crown Prince Ladislaus Vasa by workshop of Peter Paul Rubens, ca. 1624 (PD-art/old), Zamek Królewski na Wawelu

Gold medal with monogram SCA of Sigismund III Vasa and Constance of Austria by Anonymous from Poland, 1626, Private collection, palm tree with exposed roots and the royal crown is an allegorical representation of Polish lineage of the Vasa Dynasty, which strong in virtue does not fear adversity

Gold medal with monogram SCA of Sigismund III Vasa and Constance of Austria by Anonymous from Poland, 1626, Private collection, palm tree with exposed roots and the royal crown is an allegorical representation of Polish lineage of the Vasa Dynasty, which strong in virtue does not fear adversity

Chain with the Order of the Golden Fleece of Ladislaus Vasa by Anonymous from Poland, before 1633, Skarbiec Paulinów na Jasnej Górze, Ladislaus Vasa was presented with the Order in 1615 by his uncle, the King of Spain Philip III

Chain with the Order of the Golden Fleece of Ladislaus Vasa by Anonymous from Poland, before 1633, Skarbiec Paulinów na Jasnej Górze, Ladislaus Vasa was presented with the Order in 1615 by his uncle, the King of Spain Philip III

White Eagle of Poland - heraldic base for the royal crown by Abraham I Drentwett and Heinrich Mannlich, 1665-1666, Moscow Kremlin, commissioned by John II Casimir Vasa

White Eagle of Poland - heraldic base for the royal crown by Abraham I Drentwett and Heinrich Mannlich, 1665-1666, Moscow Kremlin, commissioned by John II Casimir Vasa

Lietuvos didžiojo kunigaikščio ir Lenkijos karaliaus Vladislovo Vazos (1595–1648) portretas, po 1625. Piterio Pauliaus Rubenso dirbtuvės. Vavelio karališkoji pilis Krokuvoje. /      Portrait of Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland Władysław IV Vaza (1595–1648), after 1625. Workshop of Peter Paul Rubens. Wawel Royal Castle, Cracow.

Lietuvos didžiojo kunigaikščio ir Lenkijos karaliaus Vladislovo Vazos (1595–1648) portretas, po 1625. Piterio Pauliaus Rubenso dirbtuvės. Vavelio karališkoji pilis Krokuvoje. / Portrait of Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland Władysław IV Vaza (1595–1648), after 1625. Workshop of Peter Paul Rubens. Wawel Royal Castle, Cracow.

King John Casimir Vasa by Wolfgang Philipp Kilian, 1668 (PD-art/old), Royal Collection Trust

King John Casimir Vasa by Wolfgang Philipp Kilian, 1668 (PD-art/old), Royal Collection Trust

Portrait of Sigismund III Vasa against the siege of Smolensk by Szymon Boguszowicz, 1612-1613 (PD-art/old), Olesko Castle

Portrait of Sigismund III Vasa against the siege of Smolensk by Szymon Boguszowicz, 1612-1613 (PD-art/old), Olesko Castle

A leaf from the Book of Hours of Ladislaus IV Vasa (36) by circle of Simon Marmion and Anonymous from France, 1460s and early 16th century (PD-art/old), Biblioteka Czartoryskich, the initial I, the double cordeliere of the royal Order of Saint Michael and the shell of Saint James the Greater were made for noble close to the French crown named Jacques in the early 16th century

A leaf from the Book of Hours of Ladislaus IV Vasa (36) by circle of Simon Marmion and Anonymous from France, 1460s and early 16th century (PD-art/old), Biblioteka Czartoryskich, the initial I, the double cordeliere of the royal Order of Saint Michael and the shell of Saint James the Greater were made for noble close to the French crown named Jacques in the early 16th century

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