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Letter J Alphabet Symbol Design Stock Photo 30243100 : Shutterstock

Letter J Alphabet Symbol Design Stock Photo 30243100 : Shutterstock

Logo Inspirations - "Victory Ranch Club" *You can't go wrong using an eagle on a logo they are majestic and convey power and respect, this logo (eagle) would fit perfectly on any football helmet.    *** Me encanta la forma del águila excelente idea para logos deportivos.

You can't go wrong using an eagle on a logo they are majestic and convey power and respect, i like how it forms a v

Stalking the Belle Époque: Mastery of Design: The Indian Tiara, pre-1901

Twelve tear-shaped sections of ruby, diamond and pearl set in gold form this unique tiara with enamel portraits at back. Presented to Queen Victoria & placed in the Indian Collection belonging to the Crown by King George V in 1924

The 'Maple Leaf of Canada' dress designed by Norman Hartness in 1957 for Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Canada. (Musée des civilisations/Museum of Civilization)

Fripperies and Fobs - "The Maple Leaves of Canada" evening dress designed by Norman Hartnell for Queen Elizabeth II’s state visit to Canada, 1957 From the Canadian Museum of Civilization via the Epoch Times

The crown tattoo symbolizes an individual's sovereignty over their own life, feelings, thoughts, and actions. The crown symbolizes self-control, and is a reminder to use power and authority wisely and justly. Many groups have used the crown to symbolize the power and authority to lead or command

The crown symbolizes an individual's sovereignty over their own life, feelings, thoughts, and actions. The crown symbolizes self-control, and is a reminder to use power and authority wisely and justly.

"Gefjon is the Germanic and Nordic (Icelandic) Goddess of Vegetation, Agriculture, and Fertility. She is a shapeshifter who symbolizes growth, prosperity, virginity, good fortune, and the magical arts. According to mythology, she gave birth to four giant sons whom she transformed into oxen and used for ploughing the land. One of the Aesir deities, she is said to  have been the founder of a royal Danish dynasty. Legend has it that maidens who died as virgins became her servants."

Queen of Time and Space by *la-esmeralda on deviantART--I find the crown a very interesting design.

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