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  • Deanna Fountain

    Austrian Crown of Royal Jewels

  • Susan Kay Seegert

    Royal Crowns and Tiaras of the World | Royal Crowns and Tiaras of the World | Pictures of Royal Crowns and ...

  • Heather Howe

    Imperial Crown of Rudolf II In later years the Holy Roman empire was all but dissolved except in name. This name eventually fell under the Austrian Empire. The crown made for Emperor Rudolph II is a grandiose testimony of this highly eccentric and artistic man, as well as of the height of the renaissance civilization at his court in Vienna. Like its Russian Imperial counterpart it is also a miter type crown. This one is however clearly not Russian but decidedly Teutonic

  • Diane C

    Austrian Crown Jewels

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