This chapter examines the involvement of the House of Orange-Nassau in overseas territories, primarily through relationships with the Dutch trading companies. How did this collaboration mutually benefit the House of OrangeNassau and the trading companies? Through these relationships, created not only by members of the House but also often by relatives, affiliates, and company officials, further spaces beyond Europe were able to be claimed for the House of Orange-Nassau, in material, textual, and visual forms as well as through political, economic, and military actions in foreign lands. The House, in turn, accrued power through these new spatial arrangements.