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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

H.R.H. The Princess Margriet opens the exhibition “Juliana, a life in dolls”

  Arrival H.R.H Princess margriet Photo’s © Conno Bochoven (HetKompasonline)   photo’s ©Museum Hoeksche Waard,Kilian Lindenberg   October 28th 2022 H.R.H. The Princess Margriet of the Netherlands opened the exhibition “Juliana, a life in dolls”, at the museum Hoeksche waard in Heineoord. Her mother Queen Juliana received over 600 doll during her reign and a […]

Opening exhibition “The Century of Juliana”

  Princess Beatrix has opened the exhibition about her mother “The Century of Juliana” in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam. We were invited because we did part of the audio tour commentating on the section where a number of Dutch royal memorabilia plates are presented; our seats were in the reserved section in row nine […]

Prince Bernhard series

Yesterday a filmcrew filmed us for a three part docu series on the life of prince Bernhard. The series is being made by film director Joost van Ginkel.   Van Ginkel works as a freelance television producer and also writes film scripts. His first short film Zand (2008), self-published, was selected for the Venice Film […]


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 Hendrik of the Netherlands (1876-1934)

Prince Hendrik was born on April 19, 1876 in Schwerin as Heinrich Wladimir Albrecht Ernst Herzog zu Mecklenburg. His parents were Grand Duke Frederick Francis II of Mecklenburg Schwerin and Princess Marie of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. When Hendrik was 7 years old, his father died. Hendrik attended the Gymnasium in Dresden. As a young man he traveled […]

The Rauenstein Wilhelmina Plates

In 1783 in Rauenstein in the German state of Thuringia, three Greiner brothers started a porcelain factory in the castle of Rauenstein, the castle had been empty for quite some time. They competed with Meissen by producing a similar line. However, their products such as coffee and tea utensils were made of thicker porcelain, which […]

The Queen Wilhelmina Japanese Satsuma ware souvenirs.

These vases are in the van Geybland-Oosterhoff Collection Photo© University of Pretoria Museums ( used with permission) Satsuma pottery is originally a type of Japanese pottery that was made with a type of clay that was found in the Japanese province of Satsuma. The stoneware was covered with a coagulated glaze. Later around 1800 pottery […]