The royal crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond.

Crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort

The royal crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond.

This jewelry box is designed in a Cinquecento (Italian 16th century) style in bronze, gilt and silver. At the top of the box are two cupids bearing the royal crown which is surmounted by the British Lion. The box is designed with medallions of the royal coat of arms, surrounded by wreaths of laurel. The angles of the box are figures of caryatides which are sculpted female figures serving as pillars or supports.

Jewelry Box

This jewelry box is designed in a Cinquecento (Italian 16th century) style in bronze, gilt and silver.…

The front of a spanish real of Isabella II.

Real Coin

The front of a spanish real of Isabella II.

The back of a spanish real of Isabella II.

Real Coin

The back of a spanish real of Isabella II.

A Victorian crown of England.

Crown

A Victorian crown of England.

A royal crown.

Austrian Crown

A royal crown.

A royal crown.

French Crown

A royal crown.

A royal crown.

Imperial Crown

A royal crown.

A crown used for the coronation of emperors.

Imperial Crown

A crown used for the coronation of emperors.

A royal crown.

Royal Crown

A royal crown.

A royal crown.

Russian Crown

A royal crown.

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical illustrations of the female dress of their era in its simplest and most characteristic forms, as the entire group in which they appear attests the dignified simplicity which the artists of the Middle Ages, with such excellent taste, have shown that they held to be appropriate for the costume, in itself always accurate and historically true." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Daughter of Edward III

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical…

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical illustrations of the female dress of their era in its simplest and most characteristic forms, as the entire group in which they appear attests the dignified simplicity which the artists of the Middle Ages, with such excellent taste, have shown that they held to be appropriate for the costume, in itself always accurate and historically true." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Daughter of Edward III

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical…

Foot of the royal eagle

Foot of the Royal Eagle

Foot of the royal eagle

Also known as the common eagle of Europe, (<em>A. fulvus</em>) these large eagles nest on the inaccessable rocky shelves of steep mountains.

Royal Eagle

Also known as the common eagle of Europe, (A. fulvus) these large eagles nest on the inaccessable…

A sceptre from the seal of Edward the Confessor.

Sceptre of Edward the Confessor

A sceptre from the seal of Edward the Confessor.

A depiction of Benjamin Franklin in the French royal Court, where he was well-received.

Franklin in French Court

A depiction of Benjamin Franklin in the French royal Court, where he was well-received.

This illustration shows the glove of Henry VI.

Glove of Henry VI

This illustration shows the glove of Henry VI.

"Genus <em>Milvus</em>, its length is twenty-six inches; it's color above dark brown; rufous bown below; the tail long and deeply forked. It pounces on prey, consisting of moles, mice, leverets, rabbits, unfledged birds, and the young of the gallinaceous tribe especially. IThis species is common in Middle Europe and Northern Asia. It was formerly used in falconry." &mdash Goodrich, 1859

Kite

"Genus Milvus, its length is twenty-six inches; it's color above dark brown; rufous bown below;…

An illustration of a young boy in a room full of royal looking men. The boy is walking towards one of the men, holding an object out to one of the men that looks like a key.

Boy in a Group of Men

An illustration of a young boy in a room full of royal looking men. The boy is walking towards one of…

The heraldic helmet of princes and nobles.

Helm of the Princes and Nobles

The heraldic helmet of princes and nobles.

Facade of Assyrian Royal Palace.

Palace

Facade of Assyrian Royal Palace.

Roystonea (Royal Palm) is a genus of 10 species of monoecious palms, native to tropical regions of Florida, the Caribbean, and the adjacent coasts of Central and South America. Named for Roy Stone, a U.S. Army engineer, the genus contains some of the most recognizable and commonly cultivated palms (R. regia) in tropical and subtropical regions.

Royal Palm

Roystonea (Royal Palm) is a genus of 10 species of monoecious palms, native to tropical regions of Florida,…

Sceptre from a portrait of Richard II.

Sceptre of Richard II

Sceptre from a portrait of Richard II.

"Royal Arms of Scotland, previous to the Union." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Royal Arms of Scotland

"Royal Arms of Scotland, previous to the Union." — Chambers, 1881

A doodad with a crown and coat of arms.

Royal doodad

A doodad with a crown and coat of arms.

The sceptre with a cross, used since the restoration of the English monarchy.

English Royal Sceptre

The sceptre with a cross, used since the restoration of the English monarchy.

The Royal Standard is a flag of Great Britain.

Royal Standard

The Royal Standard is a flag of Great Britain.

An ancient Greek sceptre from Tarentum.

Ancient Greek sceptre

An ancient Greek sceptre from Tarentum.

Gold and crystal sceptres from Mycan&aelig;.

Mycanæ:n sceptres

Gold and crystal sceptres from Mycanæ.

"The emperor of China, Taou-Kwang, was born in 1782, and is a grandson of Kien-long. He succeeded his profligate father, Kea-king, in 1820." &mdash; Goodrich, 1844

Taou-Kwang

"The emperor of China, Taou-Kwang, was born in 1782, and is a grandson of Kien-long. He succeeded his…

The White Ensign is a flag of Great Britain. It is the peculiar flag of the royal navy.

White Ensign

The White Ensign is a flag of Great Britain. It is the peculiar flag of the royal navy.