The Belgium ClipArt gallery offers 18 illustrations of stamps and views of Belgium.

King of Belgium from 1909 to 1934.

King Albert I

King of Belgium from 1909 to 1934.

Belgium flag, 1910

Belgium flag

Belgium flag, 1910

Color flag of Belgium. Three equal vertical bands of black (hoist side), yellow, and red.

Flag of Belgium, 2009

Color flag of Belgium. Three equal vertical bands of black (hoist side), yellow, and red.

Black and white outline flag of Belgium. Three equal vertical bands of black (hoist side), yellow, and red

Flag of Belgium, 2009

Black and white outline flag of Belgium. Three equal vertical bands of black (hoist side), yellow, and…

This brooch was made in Belgium. It is a combination of flowers, leaves, and jewels.

Brooch

This brooch was made in Belgium. It is a combination of flowers, leaves, and jewels.

"This huge building, for the use of the law courts of Brussels, was erected during the years 1866-1883, at a cost of $12,000,000. The architectural style combines Assyrian and Renaissance features."—Webster, 1920

Palais de Justice, Brussels

"This huge building, for the use of the law courts of Brussels, was erected during the years 1866-1883,…

A farmhouse of Hougoumont located in Waterloo Belgium.

Farmhouse

A farmhouse of Hougoumont located in Waterloo Belgium.

Ghent is a city and a municipality located in the Flemish region, Belgium.

Ghent

Ghent is a city and a municipality located in the Flemish region, Belgium.

King of the Belgians

Leopold II

King of the Belgians

The king of Belgium, son of Leopold I., born in Brussels, April 9, 1835. he was liberally educated in the leading institutions of Belgium and Germany. His title as crown prince was duke of Brabant, and he served as a member of the national senate, in which he became distinguished as an influential advocate of internal and maritime improvement.

Leopold II

The king of Belgium, son of Leopold I., born in Brussels, April 9, 1835. he was liberally educated in…

This iron letter post is found in Brussels, Belgium. This kind of post was placed at the corners of major streets.

Iron Letter Post

This iron letter post is found in Brussels, Belgium. This kind of post was placed at the corners of…

"This magnificent Gothic edifice dates from the fifteenth century."—Myers, 1905.

Town Hall of Louvain

"This magnificent Gothic edifice dates from the fifteenth century."—Myers, 1905.

This is a plan of the Cathedral at Tournai, Belgium. It is an example of Netherlands Gothic architecture. The construction lasted from 1146 to 1325. "In the 13th century [Belgium and Holland] came under the influence of the great Gothic movement in France, and two or three of their cathedrals compare [favorably] with the French cathedrals. The finest example of earlier date is that of the cathedral of Tournai, the nave of which was built in the second half of the 11th century, to which a transept with north and south apses and aisles round them was added about the middle of the 12th century. These latter features are contemporaneous with similar examples at Cologne, and the idea of the plan may have been taken from them; externally, however, they differ so widely that the design may be looked upon as an original conception, though the nave arcades, triforium storey, and clerestory resemble the contemporaneous work in Normandy. The original choir was pulled down in the 14h century, and a magnificent chevet of the French type erected in its place. The grouping of the towers which flank the transept, with the central lantern, the apses, and lofty choir is extremely fine."

Plan of Cathedral at Tournai, 1146–1325

This is a plan of the Cathedral at Tournai, Belgium. It is an example of Netherlands Gothic architecture.…

Belgium Postal Packet Stamp (10 centimes) from 1879-1881

Belgium Dix Centimes Postal Packet Stamp, 1879-1881

Belgium Postal Packet Stamp (10 centimes) from 1879-1881

This rug was designed in Brussels, Belgium. It is mechanically engraved with lush flowers and leaves.

Rug

This rug was designed in Brussels, Belgium. It is mechanically engraved with lush flowers and leaves.

Coat of Arms, Belgium

The Great Seal of Belgium

Coat of Arms, Belgium

Belgium Stamp (1 franc) from 1865

Belgium Un Franc Stamp, 1865

Belgium Stamp (1 franc) from 1865

"The Guild Hall of the Cloth Merchants (begun 1201, completed 1304), was the chief edifice of the sort in Belgium and one of the finest examples of secular Gothic architecture in Europe. The façade measured 460 feet and had two ranges of painted windows. At each end rose a turret and in the middle the massive belfry. The view shows the condition of the building in August, 1915. It is now a shapeless ruin."—Webster, 1920

Guild Hall, Ypres

"The Guild Hall of the Cloth Merchants (begun 1201, completed 1304), was the chief edifice of the sort…