The Great Imperial Crown made in 1762 for the coronation of Catherine the Great by the Russian court jeweler J.Pauzie - five thousand diamonds arranged in a pattern of laurel wreaths and oak branches. The Russian Crown Jewels
Queen's Consort Crown or Crown of Queen Christina and Queen Maria Eleonora, Sweden diamonds, rubies, gold, enamel). Queen Christina was Queen Regnant of Sweden (Vasa); Queen Maria Eleanora was her mother.
The coronation crown of Louis XV was the only one to survive The French Revolution and counts, with those of the century, among the six remaining French crowns. The precious stones were replaced by glass.
The Imperial State Crown of Great Britain, Tower of London. It incorporates the "Black Prince's Ruby", a 140 ct. This image of the crown was taken prior to the 1953 coronation, when the crown was modified for Queen Elizabeth II
The Iron Crown of Charlemagne made of gold and iron and set with precious stones between 700 and 780 AD. Charlemagne was crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor, reputedly with the Iron Crown, by Pope Leo III in Rome on Christmas Night, 800 AD.