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Agreement between Anhalt-Bernburg and Stollberg, signed at Bernburg, 7 November 1708

Postal Treaty between Prussia and Anhalt-Bernburg, signed at Bernburg, 25 July 1713

Postal Treaty between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia, signed at Bernburg, 24 June 1734

MÜLLER-BERNBURG, Ernst (born 1874), Painter, engraver

Treaty between Prussia and Anhalt-Bernburg, signed 8 June 1716

Convention between Anhalt-Bernburg and Belgium relative to Successions, signed at Berlin/Bernburg, 17/20 September 1841

Declaration respecting Taxes on Emigration etc. between Anhalt-Bernburg and the Swiss Confederation, signed at Zurich, 1 February/Bernburg, 19 March 1839

Financial Treaty between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia, signed at Berlin, 11 September 1850

Agreement between Prussia and Anhalt-Bernburg, signed at Magdeburg, 25 January 1729

Extradition Convention between Anhalt-Bernburg and Belgium, signed at Ballenstedt, 12 October 1846

Convention between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia relative to Deportees, signed 27 September/16 October 1839

Treaties between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia, signed at Berlin, 17 May 1831

Treaties between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia, signed at Berlin, 10 October 1823

Treaty between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia constituting the Superior Court at Berlin the Final Court of Criminal etc. Appeal for Anhalt-Bernburg, signed at Berlin, 22 February 1851

Convention between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia relative to the Extension of the Prussian System of Indirect Taxation on the Duchy of Lower Bernburg, signed at Berlin, 17 June 1826

Convention between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia relative to Judicial Assistance, signed 9/15 September 1840

Declarations between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia relative to the Repression of Forest etc. Offences, signed 11 January, 4 February 1850

 

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German centre of ceramics production.The term ‘Bernburg Pottery’ is used to describe both Prehistoric pottery made in Thuringia c.3000 bc, and the product of two faience factories that flourished in ...

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.


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