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DenRon Collections

HISTORY Welcome in our MUSEUM

DenRon Collections, was conceived in 1996 when we decided to give our collections just a little more edge. We are both great admirers of Her Majesty Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands, thus the reason why from that day in 1996 we pledged to collect as much of the memorabilia made for this fascinating monarch. With this website we love to tell you more about it.

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Latest News

The book “De Gouden Koets” Een geschenk van Amsterdam

The book De Gouden Koets / a gift from Amsterdam will be published on June 15th. This book is the accompanying book to the exhibition in the Amsterdam Museum about the Golden Carriage. We have cooperated with both. The book can already be ordered at BOL.COM

DenRonCollections in TV magazine VISIE

We are featured in a special edition for the Kings Birthday in the TV magazine VISIE

DenRonCollections in exhibition Golden Coach Amsterdam Museum

As you may have read in the press, the Dutch Royal Golden Coach will be on display in the Amsterdam Museum in 2021. This is the first time the coach has been on display following the major restoration, which commenced in 2016. The Golden Coach was given as a gift by the people of Amsterdam […]

Items In our COLLECTION

Our collection consists of various items. Below you will find a selection of the categories in our collection.

  • Beakers
  • Plates
  • Remember cloths
  • Statues
  • Glassware
  • Pins and Buttons
  • Penningen
  • Jars
  • Postcards
  • Cup and saucers
  • Dutch Royal Family
  • British Royal Family
  • Silk portraits
  • Puppets
  • Vases

Latest History

Prince Willem the Hero of Waterloo & Quatre-Bras

After Prince Willem Frederik was proclaimed sovereign monarch of the Netherlands in 1813, he started building a professional army. When Napoleon had fled his place of exile in Elba in 1814 and was on his way to Paris to restore his power, the Dutch army was given the baptism of fire. The former opponents of […]

The House of Orange and Queen victoria

The Netherlands was still a young Kingdom when Victoria became queen of the United Kingdom in 1837 at the age of 18. The eldest son of our King Willem I studied in Oxford and fought with Wellington as an adjutant, in the battle of Waterloo. His father wanted his heir to marry Princess Charlotte, daughter […]

27 april 1967 birth of a prince of Orange.

  In October 1966 it was announced that Princess Beatrix was expecting her first child. On April 25, 1967 it was reported that Princess Beatrix had been admitted to the Academic Hospital in Utrecht. Two days later the time had come and at 19:57 hours a prince was born by Caesarean section. Queen Juliana and […]

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Amsterdam