Today we were filmed and interviewd for a new online program on Royalty collectors by the Dutch Royalty TV show Blauw Bloed.
We will let you know as soon as it is online.
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Amsterdam 30 January 2018 This morning we were interviewd by NAP news. This because princess Beatrix celebrates her 80th birthday tomorrow. You can watch the filmed interview online from tomorrow on : https://www.napnieuws.nl/2018/01/31/prinses-beatrix-80-jaar-in-een-verzameling/
As from the first of januari 2018 DenRon Collections are ambassadors for Online Musea. Online musea is the platform for collectors and is founded in 2013. The collectors who are members get their own hallmark and a certificate from Online musea. Unique museum worthy collections you can only view online. These collectors protect our culturalLees Meer
Jury report for the 1st prize of “MIJN TOPSTUK” 2017 A beautiful presentation of the Wilhelmina Plate 1898. A museum worthy presentation with many aspects covering a collection of commemorative items from the reign of Her Majesty Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands. The presentation of the Wilhelmina Plate is very well looked after in everyLees Meer
The Dutch historical magazine wants to promote the history of the counties of North and South Holland and is published 4 times a year. In their latest publishing is an article on the history of one of our Amsterdam souvenir spoons. The article was written by Anne Petterson.
Here a publication on our collection in the Dutch Royalty magazine “Vorsten” from February 1995: Klick on photo to enlarge!
In 2010 a book was published on Dutch traditions called ” Gezelligheid kent geen tijd”. In this book they showed a few items from our collection. The book was published by Terra and was written by Jack Botermans and Wim van Grinsven.
“We have recently received a donation from Mrs. Annemarie den Dulk to add to our collection. The donation consists of various items such as greeting and thank you cards, photographs, programs, etc many personally signed by the Dutch royal family. These were the private property of her father Mr. L. den Dulk. He served theLees Meer