An illustration of a crown and vine doodad.
"The crown of the king of England." -Hall, 1862
Antique crown with headdress.
Worn by British Royalty.
"The Eastern Crown, called also the Radiated and the Antique crown, is borne both as a crest and as…
An illustration of an English crown.
An illustration of a gold crown created by "pure hammered gold cut into thin plates, attached to rings…
A crown used for the coronation of emperors.
"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,…
"From a medal of Lepidus, represents an olive crown." — Anthon, 1891
An example of a Prussian crown.
A royal crown.
The state crown of Her Majesty the Queen.
"Crown-grafting is preferable to cleft-grafting, inasmuch as it leaves no open spaces in the wood. The…
"Crown-work, in Fortification, is formed to strengthen a weak front, or to occupy ground which might…
"The Nemian and Isthmian games occurred more frequently than the Olympic and Pythian. They were celebrated…
Native to Mexico, the galeated curassow has a hard crest on its head.
Image depicting a mythical moral anecdote, consisting of two morals. The first that regardless of who…
"The cross of the Danisn order of the Dannebrog, a white cross surmounting a red one, with the royal…
"DIADEM, a circle of gold with points rising from it, worn by ancient kings as the token of royalty.…
An illustration of an Egyptian diadem. A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband.
An illustration of a small gold diadem. A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband…
This Greek Diadem or crown is made out of gold.
The diamond is cut to show the stone's brilliance, creating different parts to the cut: table, crown,…
A coronet of a duke.
A coronet of an earl.
"Argent (silver), a heart gules (red), ensigned with a royal crown. In heraldry, to distinguish (a charge)…
"Now it came to pass on the third day, that Esther put on her royal apparel, and stood in the inner…
An illustration of a face with two flutes and a crown of olive leaves.
The coronet of Thomas FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, A.D. 1445.
The traditional mitre of Archbishop Harnsett.
"The Sun-god." —Bulfinch, 1897
Henry II of England.
Henry III of England.
The heraldic shield and crown of Henry III of England.
"James II." — Lardner, 1885
Joab's Artifice, from Hans Holbein's series of engravings known as his Bible Cuts.
King with crown
King and young man watch old lady smash pots
King holding a white dove
King holding a silver bell
King adjusting his glasses.
King sitting on throne with scepter.
Sing a Song of Sixpence. And when the pie was opened, the birds began to sing.
Cordelia and King Lear.
Cordelia and the King of France.
In Longfellow's poem, an angel took King Robert's place and made Robert the royal jester until he admitted…
An illustration of a king with a crown.
King's College, Aberdeen, with its tower and crown.
A caricature showing an old man dressed up like a king, fishing.
"A double convex lens of crown-glass may be combined with a plano-convex lens of flint-glass so as to…
"The English crest is a crown surmounted by a lion statant guardant crowned, or. CREST. The ornament…
A coronet for a marquess.
"The anchor is represented in the position in which it lies on the ground just before taking hold. The…
A medieval crown.
An example of a modern archbishop's mitre.