The crown of the Earl and Countess of Arundel, 1487.

Earl and Countess of Arundel

The crown of the Earl and Countess of Arundel, 1487.

The Imperial crown of Austria, which greatly resembles the Episcopal mitre.

Imperial Crown of Austria

The Imperial crown of Austria, which greatly resembles the Episcopal mitre.

The crown of the Prince Consort.

Coronet of the Late Prince Consort

The crown of the Prince Consort.

An illustration of a coronet. A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring. Unlike a crown, a coronet never has arches.

Coronet

An illustration of a coronet. A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring.…

A coronet of an English Duke.

Coronet

A coronet of an English Duke.

A baron's crown.

Coronet

A baron's crown.

"Coronet of the prince of Wales." -Hall, 1862

Crown of the Prince

"Coronet of the prince of Wales." -Hall, 1862

Coronet "of a baron." -Hall, 1862

Baron Coronet

Coronet "of a baron." -Hall, 1862

The official coronet of a European baron.

Baron's Coronet

The official coronet of a European baron.

Coronet "of a duke." -Hall, 1862

Duke Coronet

Coronet "of a duke." -Hall, 1862

Coronet "of a royal duke." -Hall, 1862

Royal Duke Coronet

Coronet "of a royal duke." -Hall, 1862

Coronet "of an earl." -Hall, 1862

Earl Coronet

Coronet "of an earl." -Hall, 1862

Coronet "of a marquis." -Hall, 1862

Marquis Coronet

Coronet "of a marquis." -Hall, 1862

Coronet "of a princess of England" -Hall, 1862

Princess Coronet

Coronet "of a princess of England" -Hall, 1862

Coronet "of a viscount." -Hall, 1862

Viscount Coronet

Coronet "of a viscount." -Hall, 1862

The official coronet of a viscount, a member of the European nobility.

Viscount's Coronet

The official coronet of a viscount, a member of the European nobility.

"The crown of the king of England." -Hall, 1862

Crown of the King

"The crown of the king of England." -Hall, 1862

"EASTERN CROWN. A crown with rays proceeding from a circle, called by heralds an Eastern crown, is found in ancient achievements. The annexed cut shows its form." -Hall, 1862

Eastern Crown

"EASTERN CROWN. A crown with rays proceeding from a circle, called by heralds an Eastern crown, is found…

"The Eastern Crown, called also the Radiated and the Antique crown, is borne both as a crest and as a charge."—Aveling, 1891

Eastern Crown

"The Eastern Crown, called also the Radiated and the Antique crown, is borne both as a crest and as…

"The mural crown is a circle of fold embattled, and it is associated with military success in sieges."—Aveling, 1891

Mural Crown

"The mural crown is a circle of fold embattled, and it is associated with military success in sieges."—Aveling,…

"The naval crown is a golden circle surmounted with sterns and square sails of ships, placed alternately."—Aveling, 1891

Naval Crown

"The naval crown is a golden circle surmounted with sterns and square sails of ships, placed alternately."—Aveling,…

An example of a Prussian crown.

Prussian Crown

An example of a Prussian crown.

"Pancratium maritimum. 1. a flower cut open, and showing that there is a bifid tooth, forming a coronet or cup, between each stamen; 2. a transverse section of the ovary." -Lindley, 1853

Sea Daffodil

"Pancratium maritimum. 1. a flower cut open, and showing that there is a bifid tooth, forming a coronet…

"DIADEM, a circle of gold with points rising from it, worn by ancient kings as the token of royalty. The diadem of most of the monarchs of Europe, as represented in ancient statuary, stained glass, and paintings, resembles the annexed engraving; the kings of England, from the Conquest to Henry VII., all wore a diadem of this shape." -Hall, 1862

Diadem

"DIADEM, a circle of gold with points rising from it, worn by ancient kings as the token of royalty.…

A coronet of a duke.

Duke

A coronet of a duke.

A coronet of an earl.

Earl

A coronet of an earl.

"Argent (silver), a heart gules (red), ensigned with a royal crown.In heraldry, to distinguish (a charge) by a mark or an ornament, as a crown, coronet, or miter." -Whitney, 1911

Ensign

"Argent (silver), a heart gules (red), ensigned with a royal crown. In heraldry, to distinguish (a charge)…

The coronet of Thomas FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, A.D. 1445.

Coronet of Thomas FitzAlan

The coronet of Thomas FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, A.D. 1445.

A horse, with names of parts. 1, crest; 2, withers; 3, croup; 4, hamstring; 5, hock; 6, cannon; 7, fetlock; 8, pastern; 9, hoof; 10, coronet; 11, arm; 12, gullet; 13, muzzle.

Horse

A horse, with names of parts. 1, crest; 2, withers; 3, croup; 4, hamstring; 5, hock; 6, cannon; 7, fetlock;…

A coronet for a marquess.

Marquess

A coronet for a marquess.

"The Crown Vallary is a circlet of gold, with palisades fixed to the rim and rising above it."—Aveling, 1891

Crown Vallary

"The Crown Vallary is a circlet of gold, with palisades fixed to the rim and rising above it."—Aveling,…