Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Edinburgh 2 and Madrid, Toledo and Granada 3

Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Edinburgh 2 and Madrid, Toledo and Granada 3

The crown and scepter belonging to the Royal Collections of National Heritage, which since the reign of Isabel II were used in the ceremonies of proclamation of the Kings of Spain.

The crown and scepter belonging to the Royal Collections of National Heritage, which since the reign of Isabel II were used in the ceremonies of proclamation of the Kings of Spain.

Crown of King Augustus III, Poland (1733; silver-gilt, crystals). Originally, embellished with diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires.

Crown of King Augustus III, Poland (1733; silver-gilt, crystals). Originally, embellished with diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires.

Reconstituton de la couronne de Charles V, roi de France de 1364 à 1380. La couronne authentique fut monnayée, pierre apès pierre, sous le règne de Charles VI, afin de faire face aux difficultés financières dues à l'envahissement de la France par les Anglais. La reconstitution a nécessité 1 600 heures de travail.

Reconstituton de la couronne de Charles V, roi de France de 1364 à 1380. La couronne authentique fut monnayée, pierre apès pierre, sous le règne de Charles VI, afin de faire face aux difficultés financières dues à l'envahissement de la France par les Anglais. La reconstitution a nécessité 1 600 heures de travail.

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

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

Holland - Willhelm II crown 1840 -  Monarchs usually take an oath on Constitution at Amsterdam's Nieuwe Kerk...  Since Dutch constitutional monarchs are not physically crowned  they never actually wear the crown. The crown was created in 1840 for King Willem II.  William II and his successors chose not to wear it, but to leave it on a special table during the ceremony when both king and parliament take the oath. The crown was used in royal funerals.

Holland - Willhelm II crown 1840 - Monarchs usually take an oath on Constitution at Amsterdam's Nieuwe Kerk... Since Dutch constitutional monarchs are not physically crowned they never actually wear the crown. The crown was created in 1840 for King Willem II. William II and his successors chose not to wear it, but to leave it on a special table during the ceremony when both king and parliament take the oath. The crown was used in royal funerals.

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