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Desk

Abraham Roentgen, c. 1758 - c. 1760, BK-16676

This desk has numerous secret compartments and drawers and even includes a fold-out prie-dieu. It was made for Johann Philipp von Walderdorff, archbishop and elector of Trier, and is decorated at the top with his portrait and heraldic arms. The desk is the most expensive showpiece ever made by…

On display in room 1.9

Virgin and Child

Adriaen van Wesel, c. 1470 - c. 1480, sculpture, BK-NM-3888

On display in room 0.1

Layette Cupboard

anonymous, c. 1660 - c. 1670, furniture, BK-1985-10

Flower, fruit and shell patterns are carved into the walnut veneer of this cupboard. It was designed to hold nappies (diapers) and babies’ clothes. Old inventories of lying-in rooms mention these cupboards. The Dutch term is: ‘luiermandskast’.

Haarlem reception room 1794

Abraham van der Hart, c. 1793 - c. 1795, BK-15613

This interior is from the home of merchant and art collector Willem Philip Kops, at Nieuwe Gracht 74 in Haarlem. The room was probably used for evening receptions. It is complete, except for the stucco ceiling. Abraham van der Hart, Amsterdam’s municipal architect, created a complete neoclassical…

On display in room 1.7

Secretary

anonymous, c. 1780 - c. 1790, BK-1970-28

On display in room 1.11

Armstoel met kistvormig onderstel,…

anonymous, c. 1500, furniture, BK-NM-8845

Altaar van de Rooms Katholieke kerk…

anonymous, c. 1625 - c. 1650, furniture, BK-BFR-417

Cabinet

anonymous, c. 1700 - c. 1705, furniture, BK-1979-21

On display in room 2.22

Two models of Fort Leyden

Hendrick Lotsy, 1769, NG-NM-140

On display in room 1.5

Collector’s cabinet with miniature…

anonymous, 1730, BK-1956-44

On display in room 1.1