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The Imperial State Crown is one of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom and symbolises the sovereignty of the monarch. The crown has existed in several versions since the century.

Kooh-i-Noor "Mountain of Light" is a  105 carat diamond. It has great historical significance. It is now part of the British Crown Jewels, acquired by Queen Victoria in 1877.

This is Queen Elizabeth's royal crown. It currently holds one of the worlds largest diamonds, the 105 carat Koh-I-Noor diamond. Queen Elizabeth's crown is currently on display in the Tower of London.

Portugal,18th century, gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, emeralds

image Crown made of Gold, silver, rubis, emeralds and brilliants. Royal Palace of Ajuda, Portugal.

Crown of King Martin I of Sicily and Aragon  born 1356, Gerona, Catalonia [Spain]—died May 31, 1410, Barcelona),

Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Location Crown of King Martin of Sicily and Aragon

Queen Victoria's Crown

Queen Victoria's small diamond crown was created at the request of Queen Victoria in 1870 as she found the Imperial State Crown too heavy - part of the Crown Jewels in The Tower of London.The Queen 'asks, so shall she receive'.

1661 St. Edward's Crown was refurbished for Charles II's coronation from an old crown. The gold may have come from Edward the Confessor's crown.

Edwards Crown of the British Crown Regalia. This is the Crown the sovereign is crowned with. They are later presented to the public in the Imperial Crown.

The Queen Mother's Crown

The Queen Mother's Crown - The Queen Mother’s crown was executed in to serve in the Coronation of Queen Consort Elizabeth, the wife of George VI.

The crown of Charles X of France, designed by the House of Bapst for Louis XVIII. It followed the traditional pattern and the Regent Diamond was set in the great surmounting fleur-de-lis. It was not broken up until 1854.

The crown of Charles X of France, designed by the House of Bapst for Louis XVIII.

The Crown of Otto III (980-1002), King of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor.

Ottonian crown on display at Essen’s cathedral treasury, ca. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III

Crown of Margaret of York (1446-1503) Made to fit over a henin (conical headdress) and worn to her wedding to Charles of Burgundy in July, 1468.  Margaret's crown of silver-gilt, enamel, precious stones and pearls is one of only two English crowns from the medieval regalia to have survived Cromwell's ravages

A crown for a Margaret! The crown of Margaret of York - sister of King Richard III and wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy.The crown is one of only two English crowns from the medieval regalia to have survived being destroyed by Oliver Cromwell.

De Beers Jubilee Crown to celebrate Queen Elizabeth Diamond jubilee.  It has 974 diamonds and at the helm is a 73 carat uncut diamond

Queen's Diamond Jubilee: De Beers pay homage with a Talisman crown. Diamond jeweller giant De Beers marks the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with a crown containing a staggering 974 diamonds, to be displayed in Harrods.

Royal Jewels of Monaco - The Halo Tiara - Pearls, Diamonds and Platinum Halo Tiara by Cartier. Part of the personal jewelry of Princess Grace of Monaco from the time of her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier III

royals-and-quotes: “ Royal Jewels of Monaco - The Halo Tiara Pearls, Diamonds and Platinum Halo Tiara by Cartier. Part of the personal jewelry of Princess Grace of Monaco from the time of her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier III.