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Emperor Austrian-Hungarian Empire Crown -

Imperial Crown of Rudolf II - Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Croatia 32 Austria 33 Czech Republic 34 Sweden 35 Finland 36

St Edward’s Crown 1661 Made from solid 24kt gold and now permanently set with 444 semi precious stones from the personal collection of George V. It weighs more than 2kg and Queen Elizabeth was said to practice wearing it for weeks preceding her coronation to get used to the weight. It is only worn once officially for the act of coronation and never again after that.

St Edward’s Crown 1661 Britain/London/Tower of London (Permanent Display 1 diadem, 4 empty frames)

The Three Crowns of the Iranian Crown Jewels

The Pahlavi Crown, Iranian Crown Jewels,with which the Shah of Iran was crowned in crown is made of red velvet,gold and silver and it has 3380 diamonds and a 3 different rows there are a total of 369 natural emeralds and sapphires.

The design of the never used Crown of Finland.

Crown of the King, Finland silver-gilt, enamel). On the crown are coats of arms of Finnish provinces. Surmounting the crown is the lion from the Finnish coat of arms. It symbolizes the power of government.

Crown of George I, stripped of jewels

The British Crown Jewels

State Crown (frame) of King George I, Great Britain gold, gilt, paste gemstones, velvet). Aquamarine glass monde and cross from King Charles II's state crown of The arches were pulled upwards for King George II's coronation.

A coroa mais recente do Príncipe de Gales / Most recent Coronet of the Prince of Wales. Foi realizada para a investidura do Príncipe Carlos de Inglaterra / It was made fot the investiture of Prince Charls of England as Prince of Wales.

Great Britain - The Prince of Wales crown was made for the 1969 investiture of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales. The Duke of Windsor ran off with the prior Prince of Wales crown, and it wasn't returned to the Crown until his death in

The crown of Prince Wilhelm 1902

Crowns of the Princes & Princesses of Sweden (Spot the Differences)

Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Croatia 32 Austria 33 Czech Republic 34 Sweden 35 Finland 36

Crown of gold, belonging to Charles X Gustav of Sweden, ca 1660.

Title Funeral Crown: Crown of gold, belonging to Charles X Gustav of Sweden, ca

Crown of Louis XV of France

From the Fairy King's collection. centuriespast: Augustin DUFLOS, jeweler Crown of Louis XV 1722 Paris The Louvre

Crown of emperor Heinrich II by atsubor. Munich Munich Residence Treasury

Stunning Queen of Bavaria crown contains huge pearls and large diamonds. As part of a republican Germany, Bavaria has not had a monarch since 1918 but the Bavarian Crown Jewels are still on show in the Treasury of the Residenz Palace in Munich

Königliche Juwelen:  Die Hochzeitstiara royaler russischer Bräute. Die...

The Romanov nuptial crown, worn by all Romanov brides, in conjunction with the Romanov nuptial tiara.

Crown of Louis XV of France

Louis XV King of France February 1710 – 10 May known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé) was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1 September 1715 until his death. Crown of Louis XV of France.

Sunnywood Christian Crown (3787G)

Sunnywood Christian Crown (3787G)

Stephen's Imperial Crown: Renaissance Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Madrigal Costume: The Tudor Shoppe

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