Royal Crown

Royal Crown may refer to:

  • A royal crown; an emblem of the monarchies.
  • Royal Crown (Royal College Colombo); a prestigious sports award at Royal College Colombo.
  • RC Cola; a soft drink.


Other articles related to "royal crown, crown":

Kick (soft Drink)
... It was created by Royal Crown Company, Inc ... was discontinued in North America in 2002 when Royal Crown was acquired by Cadbury Schweppes plc through its acquisition of Snapple ... business was sold to Cott Corporation of Mississauga, Ontario and is operated as Royal Crown Cola International ...
Crown Of Charlemagne
... The Crown of Charlemagne was the ancient coronation crown of Kings of the Franks, and later Kings of France after 1237 ... At this time a similar but open crown, the one of the queen, existed too ... The remaining crown was used up to the reign of King Louis XVI, who was crowned in 1775 in the Cathedral in Reims ...
Bavarian Crown Jewels
... now King of Bavaria, Maximilian I, commemorated the fact by commissioning a set of crown jewels for use by Bavarian monarchs ... Included in the regalia were The Crown of Bavaria - the King's crown, which was set with rubies, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and pearls the Crown of the Queens of Bavaria, which was ... Bavaria has not had a monarch since 1918 but the Bavarian Crown Jewels are still on show in the Treasury of the Residenz palace in Munich ...
Crown (heraldry) - Further Examples
... Royal Crown of Tonga Royal Crown of Hawaii Royal Crown of Tahiti Eastern crown Imperial Crown of Ethiopia Shah of Persia Great Crown of Victory of the Kings of Siam and Thailand Crown of Georgia ...
Seal Of The United Mexican States - Chronology - Regional Government
... In 1821, Agustín de Iturbide, the first Emperor of Mexico, introduced a royal crown on the eagle as a symbol of his empire ... In 1823, with a design by José Mariano Torreblanca, the crown was removed, and new elements from European tradition were introduced to celebrate the victory of the Republic ... In 1865, in a second version for Maximiliano, the royal crown disappeared and two glyphs were introduced with the motto Equidad en la Justicia ("Equity ...

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