1609 Dorothea of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Margravine of Brandenburg attributed to Jacob van Doort (Royal Collection)

She was the sister of Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg, seen in the last image. Her terse Wikipedia article is here. It turns out that Braunschweig-Lüneburg (eng. Brunswick-Lüneburg) is essentially the same as Hanover.

From the lost gallery's photostream on flickr. Also posted to the Late Farthingale Era - 1590 to 1620 Album here.

1609 Dorothea of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Margravine of Brandenburg attributed to Jacob van Doort (Royal Collection) From the lost gallery's photostream on flickr

The faces of this Lady and the one in the last image are different, but the dress and jewels are the same.

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