Previously undiscovered photo of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were recently discovered in the USGS library. The photo appear in a 1922 album called "Russian Diamond Fund," that was uncovered in the rare book room of the library. This bracelet was one of the four undocumented jewels.

Image: Russian Crown Jewels from the USGS Library - Photo from Russian Diamond Fund 1922 Album. Undocumented jewelry thought to be sold or dismantled.

A cameo of the Empress Catherine the Great, carved into an enormous emerald, which remains part of the Russian Crown Jewels, now housed in the Kremlin Diamond Fund in Moscow.

Catherine the Great - a cameo of the great Empress carved into an enormous emerald which is part of the Russian Crown Jewels in the Kremlin Diamond Fund in Moscow. carved emerald, unique and huge!

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THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ Diamond badge of St.Anne

Ruby and Diamond Brooch - Neck Badge of the Order of St Anna - c. 1735 - Gold, Silver - Russian Imperial order of chivalry established by Karl Friedrich, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, in honour of his wife Anna Petrovna, daughter of Peter the Great of Russia

THE ROMANOVS JEWELS ~ the earrings 'THE CASCADE', of the 18th century, belong to Elizabeth I, diamonds, sapphires

The Romanovs Jewels - The earrings of the century, belong to Elizabeth I, diamonds, sapphires.

The brooch belonged to The Romanovs since the 18th century - gold, silver, diamonds, and spinels. The biggest spinel was put into He Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow https://www.pinterest.com/pin/269160515206525659/

The brooch belonged to The Romanovs (Paul I) since the century - gold, silver, diamonds & spinels. The biggest spinel was put into The Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow

Maria Feodorovna Jewels | Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Russian Royal Jewels: Maria Feodorovna's ...

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Russian Royal Jewels Empress Maria Feodorovna (wife of Paul I) commissioned a diadem that would remind of the Russian fields. Duval Brothers created a diadem of oak and laurel leaves, bordered by sheaves of wheat.

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (Diamond brooch representing a rose with leaves; Aigrette set with emeralds)

Russian Diamond Fund: Plate XXXIII Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (Diamond brooch representing a rose with leaves; Aigrette set with emeralds)

This brooch is one of four jewels that appears in a 1922 volume called The Russian Diamond Fund, recently uncovered in the rare-book room of the U.S. Geological Survey Library in Reston, Va. The four pieces are no longer part of the Russian collection.

This brooch is one of four jewels that appears in a 1922 volume called The Russian Diamond Fund, recently uncovered in the rare-book room of the U. Geological Survey Library in Reston, Va. The four pieces are no longer part of the Russian collection.

The Order of St Andrew, dating from 1800, belongs to the Russian crown jewels and is worth £2.7m.

Russian buyer snaps up £2.7m decoration that was worn by the tsar

The Order of St Andrew, dating from belongs to the Russian crown jewels and is worth ~ETS

AN HISTORIC ROYAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE BROOCH, BY KOECHLI  The two miniature portraits of HRH Prince Nicholas of Greece (1872-1938) and HI and HR Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia (1882-1957) commemorating their wedding in 1902, within a rose-cut diamond border to the heart-shaped vari-cut diamond frame,  Provenance Her Imperial Highness Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia (1882-1957)  THE PROPERTY OF HRH PRINCESS ELIZABETH OF YUGOSLAVIA

The two miniature portraits of HRH Prince Nicholas of Greece and HI and HR Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia commemorating their wedding in 1902

Romanov jewellery up for auction  A collection of jewelry that belonged to the family of Russia's last tsar and was found after 91 years stashed away in a Swedish government archive will go on sale at Sotheby's in London

Sapphire Brooch- RUSSIA, CIRCA 1860 Gold, silver, diamonds carats), Ceylon sapphire carats) 2 x 2 in x cm) The State Diamond Fund of the Russian Federation

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