Portrait of Frederik IV, painted by J.S. du Wahl.
Gold beaker with Frederik IV’s initials set in diamonds. It was a present from Count UA Holstein, Anna Sophie’s brother-in-law, who supported the enraptured king when he eloped with her from Clausholm Manor.
The Royal Danish Coat of Arms from the time of Frederik IV's court.
Silver baptismal font, partly gilted. The bottom has a relief of the baptism of Christ.
Portrait of Princess Sophie Hedevig, daughter of Christian V, painted by Bénoit le Coffre.
Small equestrian silver statuette of Frederik IV, presented to the King as a New Year present by Queen Louise in 1701. It was made in Copenhagen by the King’s goldsmith, Andreas Normand.
Queen Ulrikke Eleonore of Sweden, King Christian V’s sister. Painted by D. Klöcker Ehrenstrahl, 1681.
The 18th century was initiated with yet another war between Denmark and Sweden. For Denmark the war was brief, but for Sweden it was the beginning of the Great Nordic War, which Denmark became part of again from 1709.