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This house is featured on the famous painting The Little Street by the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer (1632 - 1675) KLM miniature number 76 25,- 22,50  
Breda Auberge de Arent The Golden Eagle Inn KLM miniature number 77 15,- 13,50  
Amsterdam, Leidsegracht 51 Built in 1671 KLM miniature number 78 12,50 11,25  
Schiedam This Schiedam-typical building was home to Distillery Melchers KLM miniature number 79 12,50 11,25  
Amsterdam, Gravenstraat (near Dam Square) De Drie Fleschjes The Three Little Bottles Built in 1650 KLM miniature number 80 20,- 18,-  
Groningen, Goudkantoor Replica of the Goudkantoor (Gold Office), which still stands on the Grote Markt in Groningen. Built in 1635, the Goudkantoor is an example of early 17th century architecture with a splendid facade in the style of the Dutch Renaissance. For many years the building was used as a tax office where gold and silver objects were weighed, inspected and given a hallmark. Nowadays, the Goudkantoor has been converted into a cafe-restaurant of the same name. KLM miniature number 81 20,- 18,-  
Maastricht, Huys on the Jeker The 82nd house, located in Maastricht and known locally as the 'Huys on the Jeker', was built sometime around 1665 on a bridge that spans the narrow Jeker River. The Huys on the Jeker was originally the home of the rector of the 'Grauwzusters', an order of Augustine nuns that lived in a convent behind the rector's house. The building is characteristic of Renaissance-period architecture in the Maas valley. The building now serves as a private residence. KLM miniature number 82 20,- 18,-  
This 83rd house in the KLM series is located at 672 Keizersgracht in Amsterdam and was built in 1671 at the same time as the house next door. Architect Adriaen Dortsman was inspired by the style of classicism when he created his sober design for the fa?ade. Bentheim sandstone covers the entire exterior wall of the building. The first inhabitant of this house was Ferdinand Bol, Rembrandt's most famous student. In the middle of the eighteenth century, its interior was completely renovated. In 1884, the building was purchased by the Van Loon family. This family had played an important role in the city for centuries, one of its members having been one of the founders of the Dutch East India Company. Today, this house serves as a museum. KLM miniature number 83 20,- 18,-  
House 84 is a replica of the historic Old Mint Tavern in Weert. It was here that Count Van Horne had his coins minted during the Eighty-Year War. The building has been a caf?-restaurant since 1974. KLM miniature number 84 20,- 18,-  
The Penha Building (Heerenstraat 1, Curacao), located in the heart of historic Willemstad, was constructed in 1708 from bricks made in the IJssel region that had been used as ballast aboard ships of the Dutch West Insdies Company. The arched galleries on the fa?ade of the building were not added until later. After 1877, the building became the property of the Penha family that established its shop in the ground floor around 1903.<br><br>Until 1956, the first floor accommodated the 'Soci?teit de Gezelligheid', a social club where prominent members would meet on what it called the 'Balcony Overlooking the Harber'.<br><br>The Penha Building contributed much to placing Willemstad on the UNESCO World Heritage List and has been used for decades as an accommodation for the famous PENHA perfunery. KLM miniature number 85 20,- 18,-  
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