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Crowns Collection

Background imageCrowns Collection: The King of Kings

The King of Kings -- Jesus Christ surrounded by rulers (kings, queens, emperors, etc) from various countries and periods in history. 1916

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Queens Crown

The Queens Crown
The crown made for Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, on the coronation of King George VI when she was Queen Consort. The crown was made by Messrs. Garrard, and mounted in platinum

Background imageCrowns Collection: Royal crowns and sceptre

Royal crowns and sceptre
Symbols of imperial Majesty: St Edwards Crown, with 444 precious stones, remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, being the official coronation crown

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Coronation Regalia of Britain

The Coronation Regalia of Britain
The various pieces of regalia used during the Coronation ceremonies of British Kings and Queens. 1. St. Edwards Crown, 2. The Imperial State Crown, 3. Prince of Wales coronet, 4

Background imageCrowns Collection: Crowns of Britain

Crowns of Britain
The numerous crowns of Britain, used through a thousand years. The Imperial State Crown is shown at the top of the page and the final, crown at bottom right, is St

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Descent of Queen Elizabeth II. Family Tree

The Descent of Queen Elizabeth II. Family Tree
A genealogical table of the descent of Queen Elizabeth II. Bordering it are photographs of historically correct reproductions of the Crowns of Estate from William I to Charles I

Background imageCrowns Collection: Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith

Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith. S. Edwards Crown, The Imperial State Crown, The Sovereigns Orb and the head of the Royal Sceptre with Cross

Background imageCrowns Collection: George V and Mary, Coronation Durbar, Delhi, India

George V and Mary, Coronation Durbar, Delhi, India
King George V and Queen Mary sitting on their imperial thrones on the day following the Coronation Durbar ceremony in Delhi, India

Background imageCrowns Collection: 1902 Coronation Birds Custard Powder advertisement

1902 Coronation Birds Custard Powder advertisement
A patriotic advertisement for Birds Custard Powder placed in the Coronation Number of The Graphic celebrating the Coronation of King Edward VII and featuring a crown on top of a packet. Date: 1902

Background imageCrowns Collection: Silver Jubilee portrait, 1977

Silver Jubilee portrait, 1977
A Silver Jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the Imperial State Crown. Date: 1977

Background imageCrowns Collection: Natural Colour Photograph Taken after the Coronation

Natural Colour Photograph Taken after the Coronation
A Historic Natural Colour Photograph Taken after the Coronation: The Crowned King and Queen, with Their Daughters, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret, in Their Robes Date: 1937

Background imageCrowns Collection: Far Street, Wymeswold, Leicestershire

Far Street, Wymeswold, Leicestershire
Far Street, Wymeswold, Loughborough, near Rempstone, Leicestershire, England. Showing the Three Crowns Public House Date: 1910s

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Crown Regalia - 1953 Coronation

The Crown Regalia - 1953 Coronation
Illustrations of the Crown Regalia, along with descriptions of their individual roles in the Coronation ceremony. Includes the Crown of St

Background imageCrowns Collection: State regalia kept at the Tower of London including St. Edwards crown

State regalia kept at the Tower of London including St. Edwards crown, the Imperial State Crown, the Sword of State, orb, sceptre, anointing spoon and mace. Date: 1920

Background imageCrowns Collection: Garrards making the Queens Coronation crown, 1937

Garrards making the Queens Coronation crown, 1937
Mr Charles Stone, of Messrs. Garrard s, the Court jewellers, assembling the various parts of the circlet first made for Queen Victoria and modified for each succeeding Coronation

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Queen wearing the imperial crown

The Queen wearing the imperial crown, members of the royal family, and maids of honour, on the balcony at the palace for the fly-past of the RAF following her Coronation on 2nd June 1953. 1953

Background imageCrowns Collection: Coronation hair clips, 1953

Coronation hair clips, 1953
A pair of regal hair clips produced to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 featuring a small crown on each one and a picture of a youthful Princess Elizabeth on the packaging

Background imageCrowns Collection: Hat Styles for 1920

Hat Styles for 1920
A rather shady set : a page from Barribals sketchbook shows a selection of hats including a beret style & cloche hats with wide brims or round or square crowns

Background imageCrowns Collection: King George V and Queen Mary - Coronation in 1911

King George V and Queen Mary - Coronation in 1911
British Monarch King George V (1865-1936) and Queen Mary (1867-1953) - Coronation in 1911. Date: 1911

Background imageCrowns Collection: Coronation of King George VI, robes, regalia and vestments

Coronation of King George VI, robes, regalia and vestments
Four pictures showing the changes of Kings Coronation robes and vestments during the Coronation ceremony. On the left, the King arrives at Westminster Abbey in crimson velvet Robe of State

Background imageCrowns Collection: Advert, Bechstein Pianos, South Molton Street, London

Advert, Bechstein Pianos, South Molton Street, London W1 Date: 1927

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Prince of Wales and Bridal Crown, Norway

The Prince of Wales and Bridal Crown, Norway
The Prince of Wales, Albert Edward, tries on a bridal crown on the head of a waiting maid, during a visit to Norway, 1885. Bridal crowns were worn by single women on holidays and then their wedding

Background imageCrowns Collection: Royal Regalia 7 and 8

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

Background imageCrowns Collection: Royal Regalia 1 and 2

Royal Regalia 1 and 2 - crowns, orbs, sceptres

Background imageCrowns Collection: GIOVANNA DI NAPOLI

GIOVANNA DI NAPOLI
15-year old Giovanna (Joanna) cedes her dominions to pope Clemens VI ; in return he crowns her queen of Naples which she rules till her death, marrying frequently. Date: 1343

Background imageCrowns Collection: VISCOUNT, BARON CROWNS

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

Background imageCrowns 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 imageCrowns Collection: Preparing street decorations for royal wedding

Preparing street decorations for royal wedding
Painters decorate crowns to be used in street decorations for the royal wedding of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones. Date: 1960

Background imageCrowns Collection: Painting street decorations for royal wedding

Painting street decorations for royal wedding
Painting decorative crowns - street decorations for a royal wedding, Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones. Date: 1960

Background imageCrowns Collection: Photograph of Three Crowns PH, North Woolwich, London

Photograph of Three Crowns PH, North Woolwich, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Left Face on view of the pub

Background imageCrowns Collection: Photograph of Three Crowns PH, Mile End, London

Photograph of Three Crowns PH, Mile End, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Face on view of the pub

Background imageCrowns Collection: Crowns and jeweled crosses from Monza Cathedral

Crowns and jeweled crosses from Monza Cathedral
Medieval gold crowns and jeweled crosses from Monza Cathedral. Corone o donari della reale Basilica di Monza. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Roberti from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient

Background imageCrowns Collection: Four Ladies Comparing Five Crowns

Four Ladies Comparing Five Crowns. early 19th century

Background imageCrowns Collection: Preparing for Queen Victorias Coronation

Preparing for Queen Victorias Coronation in 1838. 1838

Background imageCrowns Collection: Gold crowns worn by the Visigoth rulers of France in the Seventh Century Date

Gold crowns worn by the Visigoth rulers of France in the Seventh Century Date: 7th century

Background imageCrowns Collection: Satire on womens pursuit of aristocratic status

Satire on womens pursuit of aristocratic status
A satire on womens pursuit of aristocratic status in marriage, showing women angling for fish wearing crowns of the peerage. Date: circa 1840

Background imageCrowns Collection: Holy Roman Emperor with costume items

Holy Roman Emperor with costume items
Holy Roman Emperor (possibly based on Ferdinand I or Maximilian II) in full regalia at the centre, surrounded by costume items -- four crowns, a pair of gloves, a pair of sandals

Background imageCrowns Collection: Queen Elizabeth II Visit to the Commonwealth

Queen Elizabeth II Visit to the Commonwealth
Making a Personal Visit to Lands of the Commonwealth: Queen Elizabeth II Date: 1953

Background imageCrowns Collection: WW1 - Cartoon - The Austrian Ultimatum

WW1 - Cartoon - The Austrian Ultimatum
WW1 - The Austro-Hungarian empire personified as birds of prey, deliver their ultimatum and demands to the Serbian s. With their demands not met

Background imageCrowns Collection: Anglo Saxon crowns, hats, helmets, and accessories

Anglo Saxon crowns, hats, helmets, and accessories. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalarts Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal People of Antiquity

Background imageCrowns Collection: King Edward and Queen Alexandra in coronation robes

King Edward and Queen Alexandra in coronation robes
Edward VII (1841 - 1910) and Alexandra, consort (1844 1925), British ruler, wearing their coronation robes. August 1902

Background imageCrowns Collection: Coronation of King Charles I

Coronation of King Charles I
Coronation of Charles I on 2 February 1626. The King is depicted wearing white, rather than purple, and was reckoned to be an omen of his future misfortunes. Date: 1626

Background imageCrowns Collection: Crown for Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother), Coronation 19

Crown for Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother), Coronation 19
The crown for Queen Elizabeth, consort of King George VI, to wear at the 1937 Coronation based on a Victorian circlet and including the Koh-i-Noor diamond

Background imageCrowns Collection: Coronation 1953, Illustrated London News front cover

Coronation 1953, Illustrated London News front cover
Secondary front cover of the ILN featuring a photograph of the soon-to-be crowned Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by crowns, orb, sceptre and other ceremonial paraphenalia. Date: 1953

Background imageCrowns Collection: Diadem of Tutankhamun

Diadem of Tutankhamun
Diadem of Pharao Tutankhamun (reigned 13321323 BC) made out of solid gold and various semi-precious stones, as exhibited in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo

Background imageCrowns Collection: The Royal Crown of Hungary and The Iron Crown

The Royal Crown of Hungary and The Iron Crown
1. The Royal Crown of Hungary. 2. The Iron Crown. Date: circa 12th century

Background imageCrowns Collection: Four royal crowns on four Victorian scraps

Four royal crowns on four Victorian scraps -- France, Belgium, Portugal and Greece. circa 1890s

Background imageCrowns Collection: Pigeons - Varieties of Swallows, German Toy Breed

Pigeons - Varieties of Swallows, German Toy Breed
A portrait of four varieties of Swallows. The yellow, black, red and blue Swallows are a breed of German Toy pigeons. The Swallows in the outdoor scenery are also illustrated in such a way to present



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