Bijbels Museum

Bijbels Museum
20 woodcuts by Rudi Seidel
€475,00
Bijbels Museum
Frank Rosen collection of drawings
€500,00
Bijbels Museum
Children's Bible pictures
€45,00
Bijbels Museum
Magic lantern slides
€125,00
Bijbels Museum
Magic lantern slides
€125,00
Bijbels Museum
Card collection
€85,00
Bijbels Museum
Collection biblical stamps
€75,00
Bijbels Museum
Colection albums for biblical stamps
€65,00
Bijbels Museum
Pulpit part
€85,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Work on paper by Paul Redeker
Bijbels Museum
Work on paper by Paul Redeker
€250,00 €175,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Antique T-square
Bijbels Museum
Antique T-square
€30,00 €20,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Pendant light parts
Bijbels Museum
Pendant light parts
€55,00 €30,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Woodcut 'Jezus in de tempel', Rudi Seidel, 1985
Bijbels Museum
Woodcut 'Jezus in de tempel', Rudi Seidel, 1985
€195,00 €150,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Woodcut 'De intocht in Jeruzalem', Rudi Seidel, 1985
Bijbels Museum
Woodcut 'De intocht in Jeruzalem', Rudi Seidel, 1985
€195,00 €150,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Two tokens and stamps
Bijbels Museum
Two tokens and stamps
€50,00 €25,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Bronze plaque 'Heavenly Jerusalem', Enikó Szöllóssy
sale
Bijbels Museum Three tokens, 1988
Bijbels Museum
Three tokens, 1988
€125,00 €85,00
sale
Bijbels Museum reproduction photo Christ
Bijbels Museum
reproduction photo Christ
€45,00 €25,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Broom prop
Bijbels Museum
Broom prop
€35,00 €20,00
sale
Bijbels Museum Wooden foot stove
Bijbels Museum
SOLD - Wooden foot stove
sale
Bijbels Museum Framed reproduction watercolor, Van Doorn
Bijbels Museum
Framed reproduction watercolor, Van Doorn
€25,00 €15,00
Bijbels Museum

The Bijbels Museum is a place where the Bible, art and culture meet. Museum objects, combined with personal stories, take you on a journey through the world of the Bible. Both the history of the Bible and the meaning of the Bible "nowadays" are central to the Bijbels Museum. Exhibitions made with young artists and storytellers depict the current meaning of one of the most important books in the world.