Convolute Heraldry 1740-1884 Family From Linstow/ Nobility/ Seal, Emblem, Signat


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You are bidding on the extraordinary Collection of heraldry (Seals, coats of arms and signatures)of the noble family von Linstow.
Dating 1740 to 1884.
1.) Manuscript around 1750 (Watermark probably dated 1742, difficult to recognize due to the writing),titled "von Linstow", about the coat of arms and former representatives of the family(from Gerhard von Linstow 1287 to Jacob, Joachim and Gerd von Linstow 1523).
Scope: 8 thread-bound pages (32 x 20.5 cm).
2.) 18 seals from members of the family v. Linstow, mostly with signatures, excerpts of the documents / letters mounted on backing paper.
Available:
a) Excerpt from the Altenbruchhausen certificate, 14. December 1740, with seal and handwritten signatures by Georg Eberhard von Linstow (d. 1761), Johann Georg von Linstow and Hieronymos Daniel Friedrich von Linstow.
b) Excerpt from the Altenbruchhausen certificate, 23. February 1748, with the seal and signature of Major Heinrich Wilhelm von Linstow (d. 1759), plus signature from Fähndrich Ludewig Ferdinand von Linstow (d. 1765)
c) Excerpt from the Thedinghausen certificate, 29. March 1762, with seal and signature of Ludewig Ferdinand von Linstow (d. 1765)
d) Excerpt from the certificate Minden, 31. December 1755, with seal and signature of Wilhelm von Linstow (d. 1759)
e) 5 excerpts from documents, the first oO and OJ, the other Thedinghausen, 7. November 1779, 10. July 1778 and 6. November 1779 and Potsdam, 14. July 1783, each with signature and seal from Fähndrich resp. "Capitaine" and heir to Henburg {?} Jacob Heinrich Wilhelm von Linstow (1750-1790)
f) Seal, with later assignment "Christoph Hartwig v. Linstow 1740-1823"
provided with a question mark)
g) Seal, with later assignment "Rudolph Gunther de Linstow, Hans Rudolph de Linstow (Lütgendorff line) d. 8. November 1738 "
h) Seal, later assigned to "Wilhelmine Agathe Antonette von Linstow, geb. v. Dorgelo "
i) Seal, with later assignment "Wilhelm Bernhard v. Linstow (b. 1776, † 1847) "
j) Seal, later assigned to "August Wilhelm Franz v. Linstow (b. 1814, † 1887) "
k) Seal, with later assignment "Otto Friedrich Bernhard v. Linstow (b. 1842) "
l) Siegel, with later assignment "Anna v. Linstow, geb. v. Campe (b. 1845) "
3.) 4 original drawings of the coat of arms of the family v. Linstow
a) Hand-painted coat of arms of the family (sheet size 19.3 x 21 cm; height of the coat of arms 11 cm), with information about it, according to a handwritten note by the doctor Otto von Linstow (* 17. October 1842 in Itzehoe; † 3. May 1916 in Göttingen) written by his father August Wilhelm Franz von Linstow ( Postmaster zu Bückeburg, * 21. November 1814; † 13. June 1887). The paint in the lower area of ​​the coat of arms has flaked off.
b) The same drawn coat of arms, without border decoration (sheet format 24.3 x 18.2 cm, height of the coat of arms 13.3 cm)
c) other version of the coat of arms in duplicate, very filigree pen drawing
sheet format 15.5 x 22 cm, height of the coat of arms 6 cm)
4.) Extract from the magazine "Die Gartenlaube" from 1859 about the descent of the African explorers David and Charles Livingston from the family v. Linstow; at one point with a handwritten note "incorrect".
5.) 3 signed copies by the hand of the above-mentioned doctor Otto von Linstow
33 x 20.3 cm), about a family tree made of parchment (this itself is not part of this offer; 1 p.); Extract from the work "Mecklenburg Adel" by Otto Titan von Hefner, Nuremberg 1858 (1 p .; dated Lübeck, 15. January 1884); Extract from Siebmacher's Wappenbuch from 1858, 3. Volume, 6. Department, page 13 and plate II (a little over 2 pages; dated Lübeck, 15th January 1884).
6.) Manuscript around 1850 on the coat of arms (approx. one ¾ described by 2 p
33.2 x 21.3 cm).
Condition: Color flaked off in the lower area of ​​a drawing of a coat of arms. First handwriting browned. Into the. somewhat stained and with minor damage to the edge. Please also note the pictures at the end of the item description!
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About the family von Linstow and Otto von Linstow (source: wikipedia):
Linstow is the name of a nobility from Mecklenburg with the parent company of the same name near Krakow am See.
History: The gender appears for the first time in a document on March 22nd. July 1281 in Rostock with the knight Gherardus de Linstowe. [1] The family line begins with the knight Heinrich von Linstow, who is mentioned in a document from 1301 to 1318. The family still exists today in Germany and in some lines with a large number of members in Denmark. There, on 28. January 1777 granted the Danish nobility naturalization.
Anna von Linstow, b. von Levetzow entered the Dobbertin monastery as a widow in 1500 and bequeathed 100 guilders to the monastery for her daughters Dorothea and Anna who lived there. From 1682 to 1704 Ilsabe Lucie von Linstow was a conventual in the Dobbertin Monastery.
In the registration book of the Dobbertin monastery there are eight entries by the daughters of the von Linstow families from Bellin, Diestelow and Vietschow from the years 1736–1814 for inclusion in the local aristocratic women's monastery.
The estate in Klocksin belonged to Century of the family.
Castle and Gut Damerow resp. Neu Damerow were owned by the family from 1605 to 1784.
coat of arms
The coat of arms is divided into silver and black (oldest seal from 3. March 1325). [2] On the helmet with black and silver blankets, two virgins growing forward, one white, the other black, each holding a green wreath and one in the middle in their outstretched outer hands.
Well-known namesake
Conrad (von) Linstow, 1317 provost of the Dobbertin monastery [4]
Johann von Linstow (1523–1592), heir to Bellin, from 1569 to 1583 provisional in the Dobbertin monastery, 1571 involved as a visitor in the elimination of the Catholic faith and the dissolution of the Dobbertiner nunnery
Georg von Linstow (1593–1650), from 1622 to 1628 monastery captain in Dobbertin, 1630 Wallenstein's appellate judge in Güstrow
Heinrich Wilhelm von Linstow (2nd January 1709 - 29. April 1759), Elector of Hanover from Inf.-Reg. Linstow, wounded and captured in the Battle of Bergen, died in Frankfurt [5]
August von Linstow (1775–1848), Danish district administrator in the Sønderborg district
Hans Ditlev Franciscus von Linstow (1787–1851), architect
Hartwig von Linstow (1810–1884), Danish-German administrative lawyer, acting president of the government of the Duchy of Lauenburg in Ratzeburg
Hugo von Linstow (1821–1899), Prussian officer, co-founder in 1869 and 1. Chairman of the HEROLD. Association for Heraldry, Genealogy and Related Sciences in Berlin.
Adolf von Linstow (1832–1902), Prussian lieutenant general
Otto Friedrich Bernhard von Linstow (1842–1916), Prussian general senior physician
Waldemar von Linstow (1859–1925), Prussian major general
Hans Otfried von Linstow (1899–1944), German officer. Executed July
Otto von Linstow (geologist) (1872–1929), German geologist
Otto von Linstow (medic) (1842–1916), German medical officer and zoologist
Otto Friedrich Bernhard von Linstow (* 17. October 1842 in Itzehoe; † 3. May 1916 in Göttingen) was a German medical officer and helminthologist.
Life: His parents were the Danish lieutenant and later postmaster of Bückeburg August Wilhelm Franz von Linstow (* 21. November 1814; † 13. June 1887) and his wife August Sophie Johanne née Schönfeldt (* 26. October 1819; † 23. November 1899).
After attending school in Bückeburg and Hamburg, Linstow studied medicine at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, later at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, and the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. He became a member of the Corps Holsatia (1863) and the Corps Brunsviga Göttingen (1865). [1] [2] [3] 1866 in Kiel (1866) as Dr. med. after receiving his doctorate, he joined the Prussian Army in 1868. He served as a military doctor in Ratzeburg, Stade and Hagenau. He took part in the Franco-German War. From about 1880 he was staff and battalion doctor in Hameln and from 1887 senior staff doctor and regimental doctor in Göttingen. On the 7th May 1904 he retired as general senior physician.
Linstow devoted himself to helminthology, entomology and lepidopterology. He examined the worms brought back from the Challenger expedition. As a specialist in worm diseases, he was appointed professor in 1911.
On the 30th June 1870 he had Anna Emilie Franziska Henriette von Campe (* 12. May 1845) married. [4] The couple had two sons and a daughter. Two children died young. Only the eldest son Otto von Linstow (geologist) survived.
See also: Linstow (noble family) and military doctors of the Prussian army
TRIXUM: Mobile-optimized auction templates and image hosting 5.) 3 signed copies by the hand of the above-mentioned doctor Otto von Linstow
33 x 20.3 cm), about a family tree made of parchment (this itself is not part of this offer; 1 p.); Extract from the work "Mecklenburg Adel" by Otto Titan von Hefner, Nuremberg 1858 (1 p .; dated Lübeck, 15. January 1884); Extract from Siebmacher's Wappenbuch from 1858, 3. Volume, 6. Department, page 13 and plate II (a little over 2 pages; dated Lübeck, 15th January 1884). After attending school in Bückeburg and Hamburg, Linstow studied medicine at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, later at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, and the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. He became a member of the Corps Holsatia (1863) and the Corps Brunsviga Göttingen (1865). [1] [2] [3] 1866 in Kiel (1866) as Region Europa Material Papier Sprache Deutsch Original/Faksimile Original Genre Geschichte Eigenschaften Erstausgabe Eigenschaften Signiert Erscheinungsjahr 1740 Produktart Handgeschriebenes Manuskript

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