The painting of the older Frederik VIII was made by Otto Bache in 1909 when the King was 66 years old.
Cigarette case in gold and enamel with a Russian Emperor's Crown in brilliants.
Marble bust of Queen Lovisa, made by Vilhelm Bissen in 1894 as a wedding present to Frederik VIII.
The tapestry in Frederik VIII's study is made from imitation gilt-leather.
A lamp which attests to of the arrival of electricity at Amalienborg in 1892, when Christian IX's Palace was connected to the mains.
Present to Christian IX from his youngest daughter, Duchess Thyra (1853-1933), who was married to Ernst August, Duke of Cumberland and lived in Austria.
Silver statuette of a woman riding in a ladies saddle, approximately 40 cm in height, beautifully manufactured with many details, probably from the 1870s.
The frame with photographs of the three princesses shows very well how much the daughters of Christian IX meant to him.
Christian IX and Queen Louise's middle son, Prince Vilhelm (later George I of Greece), portrayed by August Schiøtt in 1853, when the prince was eight years old.