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Gesehen in Moskau, Schatzkammer des Kreml.

Gesehen in Moskau, Schatzkammer des Kreml.

Crown 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.

Tiara belonging to Queen Maria Amelia of Portugal. There was a matching necklace. The tiara is now the property of HRH The Duke of Braganza. by stefanie

Diamond Tiara belonging to Queen Maria Amelia of Portugal. There was a matching necklace. The tiara is now the property of HRH The Duke of Braganza

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The Imperial Crown of India was made for King George V to wear at the Delhi Durbar in 1911, when he was acclaimed Emperor of India. The Imperial State Crown cannot be taken out of England. The Imperial Crown of India will probably never be worn again and its significance is now purely historical.

Imperial Crown of India was made for King George V to wear at the Delhi Durbar in 1911 when he was acclaimed Emperor of India. A special crown had to be made as the Imperial State Crown cannot be taken out of England

Crown of Louis XV of France

Louis XV King of France February 1710 – 10 May known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé) was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1 September 1715 until his death. Crown of Louis XV of France.

Crown from gilded copper with turquoise, rock crystal, ruby, and pearl inlays.  From the "Tibet: Treasures from the Roof of the World" traveling exhibition.  Nepal. c.1000-1200. Potala Palace.

Potala Palace Crown, Tibet Inset with Buddha in varied postures. Gilded copper with turquoise, rock crystal, ruby, and pearl inlays.

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