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Crown Jewels Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Queen Elizabeth II in coronation robes, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron

Queen Elizabeth II in coronation robes, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron
Queen Elizabeth II in coronation robes, 1953. Elizabeth II (born 1926), Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms, was crowned on 2 June 1953 at Westminster Abbey in London

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Kings Orb and Sceptre, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Insignia of the Order of the British Empire, 1953

Insignia of the Order of the British Empire, 1953. The piece is part of the Royal Collection at the Tower of London. From The Crown Jewels, by Martin Holmes FSA

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Mother-of-pearl cup; Cellini Ewer; vase, 1862

The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Mother-of-pearl cup; Cellini Ewer; vase, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Loan Collection, South-Kensington, 1862. Cup, in form of a partridge; the body formed of overlapping pieces of mother-of-pearl in imitation of feathers...Circa 1600. Baron L. de Rothschild

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Imperial State Crown, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Imperial State Crown, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Imperial State Crown, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Her Majesty the Queen with her Mistress of the Robes and the six Maids of Honour, 1953

Her Majesty the Queen with her Mistress of the Robes and the six Maids of Honour, 1953. Elizabeth II (born 1926), Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 3, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 3, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 3, c1911. 1. Spiritual Sceptre (William IV); 2. Temporal Sword of Justice; 3. Sword of Mercy (Sheathed); 4. Temporal Sceptre (William IV); 5. Sword of Spiritual Justice; 6

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Necklace of the Young Guicowar of Baroda, valued at forty lacs of rupees, 1876. Creator: Unknown

Necklace of the Young Guicowar of Baroda, valued at forty lacs of rupees, 1876. Creator: Unknown
Necklace of the Young Guicowar of Baroda, valued at forty lacs of rupees, 1876. A lakh is a unit in the Indian numbering system equal toone hundred thousand (100, 000)

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Fire at the Royal Palace, Stockholm, May 7th, 1697, (1862-1866). Creator: Johan Fredrik Hockert

The Fire at the Royal Palace, Stockholm, May 7th, 1697, (1862-1866). Creator: Johan Fredrik Hockert
The Fire at the Royal Palace, Stockholm, May 7th, 1697, (1862-1866). Slottsbranden. The young King Charles XII of Sweden with his grandmother

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Daggers worn by Colonel Blood and Parrot at the time of their stealing the Regalia... 1860

Daggers worn by Colonel Blood and Parrot at the time of their stealing the Regalia... 1860. Creator: Unknown
Daggers worn by Colonel Blood and Parrot at the time of their stealing the Regalia from the Tower [of London], 1860. The beautiful chased and inlaid weapons

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Matthias, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1557-1619), 1600-1625

Matthias, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1557-1619), 1600-1625. Creator: Circle of Hans von Aachen
Matthias, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1557-1619), 1600-1625

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Orb and The Sceptres with the Crosses, 1911. Creator: Unknown

The Orb and The Sceptres with the Crosses, 1911. Creator: Unknown
The Orb and The Sceptres with the Crosses, 1911. Royal regalia used by King George V and his Queen consort Mary of Teck during their coronation in 1911

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: St. Edward's Crown, 1911. Creator: Unknown

St. Edward's Crown, 1911. Creator: Unknown
St. Edward's Crown, 1911. The official coronation crown of British monarchs and part of the Crown Jewels. It was made for Charles II after Oliver Cromwell had the crown destroyed during the Civil

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Imperial Crown of King George V, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Imperial Crown of King George V, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Imperial Crown of King George V, c1911. From "The Coronation Book". [Stewart Dawson & Company, Ltd. London]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Royal Family on the Balcony at Buckingham Palace, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

The Royal Family on the Balcony at Buckingham Palace, 1937. Creator: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
The Royal Family on the Balcony at Buckingham Palace, 1937. From "The Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth". [The Photochrom Co. Ltd. London, 1937 ]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 8, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 8, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 8, c1911. Crowns and Coronets of England: The King; Prince of Wales; Royal Dukes; Kings Nephews; Princess Royal; Duke; Marquis; Earl; Viscount; Baron; Archbishop; Bishop'

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 7, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 7, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 7, c1911. 1. Baptismal Font; 2. State Salt-cellar'. The font is...of silver, gilt, tastefully chased, and surmounted with two figures

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 6, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 6, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 6, c1911. 1. Coronation Tankard; 2. and 3. State Salt-cellars'. From "The Portrait Book of Our Kings and Queens 1066-1911", edited by T. Leman Hare. [T. C. & E. C

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 5, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 5, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 5, c1911. 1. Salt-spoon; 2. and 3. State Salt-cellars; 4. Sacramental Flagon; 5. State Salt-cellar'. The Golden Salt-cellar of State [is] of pure gold, richly adorned with jewels

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 4, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 4, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 4, c1911. 1. Coronation Gloves; 2. The Anointing Spoon; 3. Coronation Bracelets; 4. The Spurs; 5. The Ampulla for the Anointing'

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 2, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 2, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 2, c1911. Temporal Sceptre (Victoria); 2. The Queen Consort's Orb; 3. St. Edward's Staff; 4. The Imperial Orb; 5. Spiritual Sceptre (Victoria)'

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Regalia. - 1, c1911. Creator: Unknown

The Regalia. - 1, c1911. Creator: Unknown
The Regalia. - 1, c1911. 1. Queen's Diadem; 2. Queen Consort's Crown; 3. The Imperial Crown; 4. Imperial Crown (Charles II); 5. Prince of Wales Crown'

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Crowning of Edward VII, 1902, (1911). Creator: Unknown

The Crowning of Edward VII, 1902, (1911). Creator: Unknown
The Crowning of Edward VII, 1902, (1911). The coronation of Edward VII and Alexandra, as King and Queen of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and as Emperor and Empress of India

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Ampulla and Spoon, 1962. Creator: Unknown

Ampulla and Spoon, 1962. Creator: Unknown
Ampulla and Spoon, 1962. Used during coronations, ...intimately connected with the most solemn part of the whole ceremony, when the holy oil

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Queen Elizabeth II with crown, orb and sceptre, 2 June 1953, (1962). Creator: Unknown

Queen Elizabeth II with crown, orb and sceptre, 2 June 1953, (1962). Creator: Unknown
Queen Elizabeth II with crown, orb and sceptre, 2 June 1953, (1962). Coronation portrait: the Queen wears the Imperial State Crown, made in 1937 for the coronation of her father George VI

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 2nd June, 1953, 1962. Creator: Unknown

The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 2nd June, 1953, 1962. Creator: Unknown
The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 2nd June, 1953, 1962. The Queen, seated in King Edward's Chair, is crowned by Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury, in Westminster Abbey

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Crown worn by George V at the Delhi Durbar in 1911, 1962. Creator: Unknown

Crown worn by George V at the Delhi Durbar in 1911, 1962. Creator: Unknown
Crown worn by George V at the Delhi Durbar in 1911, 1962. The Imperial Crown of India is set with 6, 170 diamonds, 9 emeralds, 4 rubies, and 4 sapphires

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Orb and Sceptre, 1962. Creator: Unknown

Orb and Sceptre, 1962. Creator: Unknown
Orb and Sceptre, 1962. The Sovereign's Orb and Sovereign's Sceptre, royal regalia used in British coronations, part of the Royal Collection at the Tower of London

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Prince of Wales's Crown, 1962. Creator: Unknown

Prince of Wales's Crown, 1962. Creator: Unknown
Prince of Wales's Crown, 1962. Coronet made in 1728 for Frederick, Prince of Wales, the eldest son of George II. The piece is part of the Royal Collection at the Tower of London

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Jewels as they were displayed in the Wakefield Tower about 1875, 1962. Creator: Frank Watkins

The Jewels as they were displayed in the Wakefield Tower about 1875, 1962. Creator: Frank Watkins
The Jewels as they were displayed in the Wakefield Tower about 1875, 1962. Visitors at the Tower of London. The Crown Jewels were displayed in the Wakefield Tower

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Imperial State Crown, 1962. Creator: Unknown

Imperial State Crown, 1962. Creator: Unknown
Imperial State Crown, 1962. Worn on State occasions. In front is the balas ruby, ...given to the Black Prince in the fourteenth century'

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: St. Edward's Crown, 1962. Creator: Unknown

St. Edward's Crown, 1962. Creator: Unknown
St. Edward's Crown, 1962. The official coronation crown of British monarchs and part of the Crown Jewels. It was made for Charles II after Oliver Cromwell had the crown destroyed during the Civil

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Portrait of a woman, possibly Isabella I of Castile, late 15th-early 16th century, (1930)

Portrait of a woman, possibly Isabella I of Castile, late 15th-early 16th century, (1930). Painting previously believed to have been of Mary Tudor

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Ampulla (or Golden Eagle) and the Spoon, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Ampulla (or Golden Eagle) and the Spoon, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Ampulla (or Golden Eagle) and the Spoon, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: St. Edwards Crown, 1937. Creator: Unknown

St. Edwards Crown, 1937. Creator: Unknown
St. Edwards Crown, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Crown Jewels, 1953

The Crown Jewels, 1953. The Sovereigns Orb. From The Queen Elizabeth Coronation Souvenir. [London, 1953]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Robes of the Royal Victorian Order, 1953

Robes of the Royal Victorian Order, 1953. The piece is part of the Royal Collection at the Tower of London. From The Crown Jewels, by Martin Holmes FSA. [Her Majestys Stationery Office, London, 1953]

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Preview before the auction of the properties of the Romanov Tsar family, Moscow, 1927

Preview before the auction of the properties of the Romanov Tsar family, Moscow, 1927, 1927. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Imperial Crown of Empress Anna Ioannovna, 1849-1853

The Imperial Crown of Empress Anna Ioannovna, 1849-1853
The Imperial Crown of Empress Anna Ioannovna. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Sceptre. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

The Sceptre. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Altabas (Brocade) crown (Siberian cap) of Tsar Ivan V Alekseevich, 1849-1853

Altabas (Brocade) crown (Siberian cap) of Tsar Ivan V Alekseevich, 1849-1853
Altabas (Brocade) crown (Siberian cap) of Tsar Ivan V Alekseevich. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Gold Plated Silver Cup. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

Gold Plated Silver Cup. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Gold Plated Silver Cup from 1596 of the Tsar Feodor I of Russia, 1849-1853

Gold Plated Silver Cup from 1596 of the Tsar Feodor I of Russia, 1849-1853
Gold Plated Silver Cup from 1596 of the Tsar Feodor I of Russia. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Diamond Cap of Tsar Ivan V. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

Diamond Cap of Tsar Ivan V. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Globus cruciger of Tsar Peter I. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

Globus cruciger of Tsar Peter I. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: Diamond Cap of Tsar Peter I. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

Diamond Cap of Tsar Peter I. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The State shield. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

The State shield. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageCrown Jewels Collection: The Monomakhs Globus cruciger. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

The Monomakhs Globus cruciger. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection



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