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  • 141Crown of Queen Alexandra — Queen Alexandra wearing her crown in her coronation photograph. The European style crown contained more half arches than was usual in British crowns, and had its cap placed lower, allowing a clear view through the crown. The Crown of Queen… …

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  • 142Crown of Mary of Modena — The Crown of Mary of Modena was the consort crown of Mary of Modena, queen consort of England, Scotland and Ireland, wife of King King James VII and II. Contents 1 Origins 2 Description of Mary s state crown 3 Usage …

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  • 143Crown of Queen Adelaide — Lithograph of the crown of Queen Adelaide. The Crown of Queen Adelaide was the consort crown of Adelaide of Saxe Meiningen, wife and Queen consort of King William IV of the United Kingdom. It was used at the coronation of William and Adelaide in… …

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  • 144Coronation Crown of George IV — The Coronation Crown of George IV was the coronation crown of King George IV of the United Kingdom.[citation needed] It was used in the coronation in 1821. It has remained unworn since 1823. Origins George IV who ordered …

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  • 145Crown of Scotland — (Heraldry). The Crown of Scotland is the crown used at the coronation of the monarchs of Scotland. Remade in its current form for King James V of Scotland in 1540, the crown is part of the Honours of Scotland, the oldest set of …

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  • 146Dodge Custom 880 — 1964 Dodge 880 four door sedan The Dodge Custom 880 is an automobile sold under the Chrysler Corporation s Dodge brand from 1962 through the end of the 1965 model year. It was brought to market quickly to remedy Dodge’s vulnerability in the mid… …

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  • 147Dodge Meadowbrook — Manufacturer Chrysler Corporation Production 1949–1954 Class Full size Body style 2 door coupe 4 door sedan The Meadowbrook was a full size car from …

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  • 148David A. Smart — (October 1892 – October 15, 1952), co founder of Esquire magazine, and , with his brother Alfred Smart (1895 1951), co publisher of Esquire and Coronet.[1][2][3] Contents 1 Birth …

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  • 149Dukedom of San Donato — Duke or Duchess San Donato (It:Duca o Duchessa di San Donato) is a noble title, created in 1602 by the Spanish King Philip III for the Sanseverino dynasty [Granted to Don Scipione junior Sanseverino, of the ancient Barons of Calvera, by Philip… …

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  • 150Dukes in the United Kingdom — Elizabeth II, the current Duke of Normandy. Duke, in the United Kingdom, is the highest ranking hereditary title in all four peerages of the British Isles. A duke thus outranks all other holders of titles of nobility (Marquess, Earl, Vis …

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  • 151Dodge Royal — Hersteller: Dodge Produktionszeitraum: 1954–1959 Vorgänger: Dodge Coronet Nachfolger: Dodge Matador Klasse: Große Klasse …

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  • 152Dodge Charger — Dodge Charger …

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  • 153Дэвид Смарт — (англ. David A. Smart, род. в октябре1892(1892), ум. 15 октября 1952 со своим братом Альфредом Смартом (1895 1951) были издателями журналов «Esquire» и «Coronet».[1][2][3] Содержание 1 Ранние го …

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  • 154Смарт, Дэвид — Дэвид Смарт (англ. David A. Smart, род. в октябре1892(1892) ум. 15 октября 1952) со своим братом Альфредом Смартом (1895 1951) были издателями журналов «Esquire» и «Coronet».[1][2][3] Содержание …

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  • 155heraldry — heraldist, n. /her euhl dree/, n., pl. heraldries. 1. the science of armorial bearings. 2. the art of blazoning armorial bearings, of settling the rights of persons to bear arms or to use certain bearings, of tracing and recording genealogies, of …

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  • 156St Edward's Crown — A copy of St Edward s Crown …

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  • 157Marquesses in the United Kingdom — The coronet of a marquess in the peerages of the British Isles Marquess is a rank of nobility in the peerages of the British Isles. Unlike the position on the continent of Europe, in the Kingdom of England, and later in Great Britain and the… …

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  • 158Heraldry — The German Hyghalmen Roll was made in the late fifteenth century and illustrates the German practice of repeating themes from the arms in the crest. (See Roll of arms) Heraldry is the profession, study, or art of creating, granting, and blazoning …

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  • 159Charles, Prince of Wales — The Prince of Wales redirects here. For other people known as Prince of Wales, see Prince of Wales. Prince Charles redirects here. For other people known as Prince Charles, see Prince Charles (disambiguation). Prince Charles …

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  • 160Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall — Camilla Duchess of Cornwall; Duchess of Rothesay (more) The Duchess in April 2011 Spouse …

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