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The future Emperor Franz Joseph aged two with wooden soldiers and flag
Phototype after the painting by Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller, c. 1833
© Schloß Schönbrunn Kultur- und Betriebsges.m.b.H. / Photograph: Edgar Knaack
Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth at Cap Martin in Menton.
Heliogravure after a painting by Wilhelm Gause, 1894
© Schloß Schönbrunn Kultur- und Betriebsges.m.b.H./ Photograph: Sascha Rieger
Homage of the German Princes
on the occasion of the 60th Jubilee of Emperor Franz Joseph on 7 May 1908 at Schönbrunn. Colour print after Franz von Matsch. 1908
© Schloß Schönbrunn Kultur- und Betriebsges.m.b.H. / Photograph: Alexander Eugen Koller
Ostensory with a tooth of St Peter,
given by Pope Pius IX to Franz Joseph after the assassination attempt of 1853, Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna / Ecclesiastical Treasury
Emperor Franz Joseph on the balcony oft he imperial villa at Ischl
Reproduction from a watercolour by Josef Schuster, 1910
© Schloß Schönbrunn Kultur- und Betriebsges.m.b.H. / Photograph: Sascha Rieger