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Old 09-06-2017, 04:10 AM
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Swedish Royal Crown used in ceremonies

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Crown of Sweden's Heir Apparent (Karl X Gustav's Crown), 1650

Crown Prince Carl Philip, christening
Crown Princess Victoria, wedding

Prince Karl (XIII)'s Crown, 1771

Prince Carl Philip, wedding

Prince Fredrik Adolf's Crown, 1771

Prince Alexander, christening

Princess Sofia Albertina's Crown, 1771

Princess Victoria, christening
Princess Sofia, wedding

Princess Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotta's Crown, 1778

Princess Madeleine, christening and wedding
Prince Nicolas, christening

Prince Oscar (II)'s Crown, 1844

Princess Estelle, christening

Princess Eugénie's Crown, 1860

Princess Leonore, christening

Prince Wilhelm's Crown, 1902

Prince Daniel, wedding
Prince Oscar, christening
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Old 09-06-2017, 04:12 AM
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adding to the lost when these different crown were used
Prince Bertil och Princess Lilians funerals
also current kings enthronement, Oscar II crowning and the wedding of Carl Gustaf and Silvia

Erik XIV:s Crown, (part of the Kings Regalia of Sweden) 1541

Oscar II wore the crown at his crowning 1873 also wore it as a official photo 1893
King Carl XVI Gustaf enthronement 1973
King Carl XVI Gustaf, wedding 1976

Crown of Queen Louisa Ulrika (part of the Queens Regalia of Sweden)

Queen Silvia, wedding 1976

Crown of Sweden's Heir Apparent (Karl X Gustav's Crown), 1650

Crown Prince Carl Philip, christening 1979
Crown Princess Victoria, wedding 2010

Prince Karl (XIII)'s Crown, 1771

Prince Carl Philip, wedding 2015
Prince Bertil Funeral 1997

Prince Fredrik Adolf's Crown, 1771

Prince Alexander, christening 2016

Princess Sofia Albertina's Crown, 1771

Princess Victoria, christening 1978
Princess Sofia, wedding 2015

Princess Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotta's Crown, 1778

Princess Madeleine, christening 1982 and wedding 2013
Prince Nicolas, christening 2015

Prince Oscar (II)'s Crown, 1844

Princess Estelle, christening 2012

Princess Eugénie's Crown, 1860

Princess Leonore, christening 2014
Princess Lilians funeral 2013

Prince Wilhelm's Crown, 1902

Prince Daniel, wedding 2010
Prince Oscar, christening 2016
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Old 09-07-2017, 02:44 AM
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This is the crown for King Gustaf V funeral
But i cant figure out what crown it is

one more photo
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Old 09-07-2017, 03:19 AM
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This is the crown for King Gustaf V funeral
But i cant figure out what crown it is

one more photo
Looks like Lovias Ulrica's crown. See here for a pic.

Historik - Sveriges Kungahus
But why a Queen's crown for the funeral of a King?
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Old 09-07-2017, 03:30 AM
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Looks like Lovias Ulrica's crown. See here for a pic.

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But why a Queen's crown for the funeral of a King?
are they the same?
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Old 09-07-2017, 08:20 AM
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I don't think it is Queen Lovisa Ulrika's crown, more likely a specific burial crown.

Edit: It was partly true. According to the Swedish National Encyclopedia, was Queen Lovisa Ulrika's Burial Crown used for the lying in state and the funeral of King Gustav VI Adolf. It seems like this has been the case with previous funerals as well.
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Old 09-23-2017, 07:10 AM
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This crown is part of the funeral regalia made in Gothenburg in 1660 for the burial of King Carl X Gustaf of Sweden. There is also an orb, a sceptre, a key, a pommel and a guard from a sword - all in gold. On display at Livrustkammaren (The Royal Armoury) in the Stockholm Royal Palace.
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Old 03-12-2018, 09:33 AM
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adding to the lost when these different crown were used
Prince Bertil och Princess Lilians funerals
also current kings enthronement, Oscar II crowning and the wedding of Carl Gustaf and Silvia

Erik XIV:s Crown, (part of the Kings Regalia of Sweden) 1541

Oscar II wore the crown at his crowning 1873 also wore it as a official photo 1893
King Carl XVI Gustaf enthronement 1973
King Carl XVI Gustaf, wedding 1976

Crown of Queen Louisa Ulrika (part of the Queens Regalia of Sweden)

Queen Silvia, wedding 1976

Crown of Sweden's Heir Apparent (Karl X Gustav's Crown), 1650

Crown Prince Carl Philip, christening 1979
Crown Princess Victoria, wedding 2010

Prince Karl (XIII)'s Crown, 1771

Prince Carl Philip, wedding 2015
Prince Bertil Funeral 1997
Prince Gabriels Christening 2017

Prince Fredrik Adolf's Crown, 1771

Prince Alexander, christening 2016

Princess Sofia Albertina's Crown, 1771

Princess Victoria, christening 1978
Princess Sofia, wedding 2015

Princess Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotta's Crown, 1778

Princess Madeleine, christening 1982 and wedding 2013
Prince Nicolas, christening 2015

Prince Oscar (II)'s Crown, 1844

Princess Estelle, christening 2012

Princess Eugénie's Crown, 1860

Princess Leonore, christening 2014
Princess Lilians funeral 2013

Prince Wilhelm's Crown, 1902

Prince Daniel, wedding 2010
Prince Oscar, christening 2016
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Old 06-26-2018, 11:53 PM
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About some crowns (with big photos) at the website of the Royal Palaces

Princess Eugénie's Crown
Princess Eugénie's Crown - Kungliga slotten

Queen Lovisa Ulrika's Funeral Crown
Queen Lovisa Ulrika's Funeral Crown - Kungliga slotten

King Karl X Gustav's Crown of the Heir Apparent
King Karl X Gustav's Crown of the Heir Apparent - Kungliga slotten

Lovisa Ulrika's Royal Crown
Lovisa Ulrika's Royal Crown - Kungliga slotten

Maria Eleonora's Crown
Maria Eleonora's Crown - Kungliga slotten

King Erik XIV's Regalia
King Erik XIV's Regalia - Kungliga slotten
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Old 06-27-2018, 01:22 AM
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Lady Finn, a question please. Is there somewhere here or an other place to read about all these crowns and just how many are there? I lost count in reading what was written about all of them.....what an interesting history behind all these beautiful works of art that are crowns what have survived for hundreds of years. Just fascinating and so interesting! I would really love to find a book on the entire history of Sweden and all the royal families, in English please. Thank you!
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Old 06-27-2018, 04:49 AM
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Lady Finn, a question please. Is there somewhere here or an other place to read about all these crowns and just how many are there? I lost count in reading what was written about all of them.....what an interesting history behind all these beautiful works of art that are crowns what have survived for hundreds of years. Just fascinating and so interesting! I would really love to find a book on the entire history of Sweden and all the royal families, in English please. Thank you!
Kungahuset.se is a good start. There's an English language version and I know the crowns are featured somewhere.
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Old 08-01-2018, 01:09 AM
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Priceless Swedish crown jewels were stolen from the Strängnäs Cathedral in Sweden, the Swedish Police Authority said Tuesday.
The thieves took two crowns and royal orb from the cathedral, which is located west of Stockholm, and took off in a motor boat that was moored just below the church. Police immediately pursued the suspects by boat and helicopters.
“We are on land, in the water and in the air,” a police spokesperson told the Sydney Morning Herald.
The stolen crowns were the funeral crowns of Karl IV and his wife Queen Kristina from 1611, Swedish police said in a press release.
Swedish Crown Jewels Stolen By Thieves With Motorboat _ Time

Swedish Crown Jewels are STOLEN from Strängnäs Cathedral _ Daily Mail Online
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Old 08-01-2018, 07:44 AM
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This is awful. I'm surprised the Forums are not lit up with this news.
What kind of miscreant dreams up this kind of robbery?
Do you think the intent was to hold the jewels ransom or to break them up?
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Old 08-01-2018, 02:41 PM
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I have read that these are not part of the Crown Jewels per se but are funeral regalia of King Karl IV and his wife Queen Kristina. The real Crown Jewels are kept in the vaults beneath the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
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I have read that these are not part of the Crown Jewels per se but are funeral regalia of King Karl IV and his wife Queen Kristina. The real Crown Jewels are kept in the vaults beneath the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
That's correct. It used to be a tradition to put funeral regalia (Crown, orb and sceptre) in the casket when a monarch and his/her spouse was buried. I think the tradition ended in the 1700s but I'm not sure.
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This is awful. I'm surprised the Forums are not lit up with this news.
What kind of miscreant dreams up this kind of robbery?
Do you think the intent was to hold the jewels ransom or to break them up?
I should say they just hope to make money on it. Problaby for sale to a private collector...
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Old 08-01-2018, 04:02 PM
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This is awful. I'm surprised the Forums are not lit up with this news.
What kind of miscreant dreams up this kind of robbery?
Do you think the intent was to hold the jewels ransom or to break them up?
It's been discussed in a different thread since yesterday.
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