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Crown jewels of Poland

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

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

Crystal bowl with Polish Eagle from around 1380 in a silver gilt frame by Jean Royel, before 1689, Museo del Prado, most probably from the treasury of the Polish monarchs appropriated by the Vasas

Crystal bowl with Polish Eagle from around 1380 in a silver gilt frame by Jean Royel, before 1689, Museo del Prado, most probably from the treasury of the Polish monarchs appropriated by the Vasas

Replica of banner of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order seized during the Battle of Grunwald, original by Anonymous from Pomerania, before 1410 (PD-art/old), Muzeum Wojska Polskiego (MWP); 51 Teutonic banners, captured at Grunwald, were symbolically installed in the Wawel Cathedral around the Saint Stanislaus' tomb in 1411

Replica of banner of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order seized during the Battle of Grunwald, original by Anonymous from Pomerania, before 1410 (PD-art/old), Muzeum Wojska Polskiego (MWP); 51 Teutonic banners, captured at Grunwald, were symbolically installed in the Wawel Cathedral around the Saint Stanislaus' tomb in 1411

Teutonic sword from the State Treasury by Anonymous from Pomerania, 14th century, Zamek Królewski na Wawelu, most probably one of two swords received at the Battle of Grunwald by Jogaila of Lithuania (Ladislaus II Jagiello)

Teutonic sword from the State Treasury by Anonymous from Pomerania, 14th century, Zamek Królewski na Wawelu, most probably one of two swords received at the Battle of Grunwald by Jogaila of Lithuania (Ladislaus II Jagiello)

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

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

Cedar wood staurotheke reliquary of the True Cross in silver gilded frame from the State Treasury by Anonymous from Byzantine Empire, second half of the 12th century, Zamek Królewski na Wawelu

Cedar wood staurotheke reliquary of the True Cross in silver gilded frame from the State Treasury by Anonymous from Byzantine Empire, second half of the 12th century, Zamek Królewski na Wawelu

Copper casket with engraved scenes from life of Saints Cosmas and Damian by Anonymous from Southern Ruthenia, 13th-16th century, Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie, possibly a reliquary from the State Treasury

Copper casket with engraved scenes from life of Saints Cosmas and Damian by Anonymous from Southern Ruthenia, 13th-16th century, Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie, possibly a reliquary from the State Treasury

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Reliquary Cross of Louis of Hungary with emblems of Poland and Hungary, so-called Anjou Cross by Pietro di Simone da Siena, 1370-1382, Kunsthistorisches Museum

Reliquary Cross of Louis of Hungary with emblems of Poland and Hungary, so-called Anjou Cross by Pietro di Simone da Siena, 1370-1382, Kunsthistorisches Museum

Pelmet of a canopy of Ladislaus Vasa by Anonymous, 1610 or 1633 (PD-art/old)…

Pelmet of a canopy of Ladislaus Vasa by Anonymous, 1610 or 1633 (PD-art/old)…

Crystal bowl with Polish Eagle from around 1380 in a silver gilt frame by Jean Royel, before 1689, Museo del Prado, most probably from the treasury of the Polish monarchs appropriated by the Vasas

Crystal bowl with Polish Eagle from around 1380 in a silver gilt frame by Jean Royel, before 1689, Museo del Prado, most probably from the treasury of the Polish monarchs appropriated by the Vasas

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

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