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Crown jewels of Poland

Starting from 1320 the Crown jewels of the Polish kings were kept in the treasury of the Wawel Cathedral. During the reign of the Jagiellons the jewels were moved from the cathedral to the Wawel Castle and placed in the specially prepared Crown Treasury.
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Replica of the so-called Crown of Boleslaus I the Brave by Anonymous from Kraków, ca. 1320 (original), Ľubovnianske múzeum

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Crown of Augustus III of Poland by Johann Heinrich Köler, 1733, Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie (MNW)

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Replicas of the coronation regalia of Polish monarchs - Crown of Boleslaus I the Brave by Anonymous from Kraków, ca. 1320, sceptre and royal orb of Catherine Jagiellon by circle of Cornelis ver Weiden, 1569, Ľubovnianske múzeum

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Replicas of the coronation regalia of Polish monarchs - Crown of Boleslaus I the Brave by Anonymous from Kraków, ca. 1320, sceptre and royal orb of Catherine Jagiellon by circle of Cornelis ver Weiden, 1569, Ľubovnianske múzeum

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Copy of funeral crown of Casimir the Great by Aleksander Ziębowski after Anonymous from Kraków, 1869 after original from about 1370, Muzeum Skarbca Katedralnego

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Copy of the Holy Lance (Spear of Saint Maurice) by Anonymous from Germany, before 1000, Muzeum Skarbca Katedralnego, given to Boleslaus the Brave by Emperor Otto III in 1000

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Coronation mantle of Augustus III of Poland by Anonymous from Dresden, ca. 1734, Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie (MNW)

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Koncerz sword of Sigismund the Old decorated with etched Renaissance ornament by Anonymous from Kraków, ca. 1520, Zamek Królewski na Wawelu, originally used as the sword of justice, later used in the ennoblement of knights

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Blade of the consecrated sword presented by Pope Gregory XIII to Stephen Báthory from the State Treasury by Anonymous from Rome, before 1580, Zamek Królewski na Wawelu, given to the king in Vilnius in 1580 by Merkelis Giedraitis, Bishop of Samogitia

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Płock Diadem by Anonymous from Hungary or Germany, second quarter of 13th century, Muzeum Diecezjalne w Płocku

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