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  • Ondina Arrondo ❤`✿.¸¸.ღ ღ.¸¸.✿`❤

    One of the most impressive of the crowns on display at the Tower of London is the crown made for Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. This contains the legendary Koh-i-noor, or Mountain of Light diamond. Indian in origin, its history can be traced to the thirteenth century. It was presented to Queen Victoria by the East India Company in 1850. A legend clings to it that it brings good luck to any woman that wears it, but disaster to any man that have owned it, theyhave met a violent end.

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    The Queen Mother's Crown for a visit to India with King George, Queen Elizabeth II's Mother

  • Josie Couch

    The Crown Jewels

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