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Liechtenstein Urkundenbuch

The first part of the Liechtenstein deed book (I LUB) contains the sources for the history of Liechtenstein to the year 1416 (Extinction of the Counts of Vaduz line of mountain-Sargans). Edited, the sources in the archives in Liechtenstein, of Switzerland (particularly St. Gallen and Graubünden), Vorarlberg, Innsbruck and South Germany. The second part of the LUB has been 1997 in progress. It contains the sources of the reign of the Barons of Brandis (1417 to 1510).



Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich

Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 4 (1401-1415) Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 5 (1416-1430) Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 6 (1431-1445) Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 7 (1446-1460)



Heraldic History of Art in Switzerland

The author of the book "The History of Heraldic Art in Switzerland in the XII. and XIII. Century, "the territory of Switzerland to the study selected in this book, has taken place here since the development of heraldry under the influence of French and Italian culture trends early and rapidly and because the country is rich in heraldic monuments. Among the illustrations are , to name a few examples, the seal of the Count of Montfort 1214, the Count Rudolf of Habsburg 1243, Ulrich[...]



Hotel Sauvage and Eugene Liesegang

Born 9. August 1875 in Dusseldorf, where his parents owned a world-famous factory for optical apparatus, The boy and his siblings grew up in a happy youth. His great-grandfather was Johann Christian Andreas Liesegang from Berlin, see whose craft letter. One of his brothers was the famous scientist Raphael Liesegang. The school outgrew, he left the family home for further training, initially in Bonn, between himself sojourning in England. In 1896 the deceased came to Bern, obzuliegen one year studies. There closed friendships lasted a lifetime. A sign of rare loyalty and devotion. Hiking through the Swiss country led him 1897 Also in the Oberhasli, The exceptionally well-liked him and then the decision matured, here to take permanent residence. In the same year, as a 22-year-old young man Initiatives, was to the young Walter Günther by brothers Boss in Grindelwald Fri. 475000.- The hotel was purchased Sauvagebesitzung.