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Coronets Collection

Background imageCoronets Collection: Royal Regalia 7 and 8

Royal Regalia 7 and 8 - baptismal font, salt cellar, crowns, coronets

Background imageCoronets Collection: Coronets worn by a Marquess (left) and an Earl (right) Date: 20th century

Coronets worn by a Marquess (left) and an Earl (right) Date: 20th century

Background imageCoronets Collection: VISCOUNT, BARON CROWNS

VISCOUNT, BARON CROWNS
Coronets worn by a Viscount (left) and a Baron (right) Date: 1937

Background imageCoronets Collection: Coronets worn by a Prince or Royal Duke (left) and by an ordinary duke (right) Date: 20th century

Coronets worn by a Prince or Royal Duke (left) and by an ordinary duke (right) Date: 20th century

Background imageCoronets Collection: Lady Clara Vere de Vere

Lady Clara Vere de Vere
Lady Clara Verede Vere is an English poem byAlfred Tennyson, part of his collected poems published in 1842. The poem is about a lady in a family ofaristocrats

Background imageCoronets Collection: 1937 Coronation - A Sea of Coronets

1937 Coronation - A Sea of Coronets
Henry, Duke of Gloucester, wearing the coronet of a Prince of the Blood Royalwhich is similar to that of an Heir-apparent but without the arch and orb

Background imageCoronets Collection: 1937 Coronation - Peeresses don their coronets

1937 Coronation - Peeresses don their coronets
A picturesque incident during the Coronation of King George VI. During the Queens crowning, the assembled peeresses in Westminster Abbey simultaneously donned their coronets. Date: 1937

Background imageCoronets Collection: Noblefolks Coronets

Noblefolks Coronets
THE CORONETS AND HELMETS BELONGING TO THE NOBILITY and the way to distinguish heraldic colours when reproduced in black and white

Background imageCoronets Collection: The Heraldry of the Duke and Duchess of Kent

The Heraldry of the Duke and Duchess of Kent
The Crest, Coronets, Supporters and Arms (on the dexter side surrounded by the Garter) of a Royal Prince of England with Prince George, Duke of Kents especial mark of difference on the labels

Background imageCoronets Collection: Richard Earl of Arundel

Richard Earl of Arundel
RICHARD FITZALAN, earl of ARUNDEL AND SURREY, and Alice his wife, both on their knees as a sign of humility but wearing coronets to signify their rank and station. Date: 1307 - 1376

Background imageCoronets Collection: State Habits of C14Th

State Habits of C14Th
State Habits: cote-hardie with fitchets & long tippets to the sleeves, sideless surcote worn over a kirtle, tabard style sleeveless surcote with side slits. 14th century

Background imageCoronets Collection: Robert 9th Earl Kinnoull

Robert 9th Earl Kinnoull
Robert Auriol Hay-Drummond, ninth earl of KINNOULL aristocrat, depicted in all his glory - knee-breeches, cape, insignia, sword, coronets, staff, medallions Date: 1751 - 1804

Background imageCoronets Collection: House of Lords 1914

House of Lords 1914
THE HOUSE OF LORDS Peers and peeresses assemble in the ante-room in their state robes, coronets, tiaras, and all... Date: 1912

Background imageCoronets Collection: Official styles of hairdressing for the 1937 Coronation

Official styles of hairdressing for the 1937 Coronation
Examples of hair styles for the coming Coronation season on display at the Mayfair hotel organised by the Incorporated Guild of Hairdressers

Background imageCoronets Collection: Robes of a Viscountess for the Coronation, 1937

Robes of a Viscountess for the Coronation, 1937
The robes of a viscountess for the Coronation of King George VI in 1937, tried on at one of the Court tailors. The cape has 2 1/2 bars of miniver and the coronet has sixteen silver balls


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