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Saint Stephen Order, Grand Cross badge with diamonds, 1746-1765, H. 57mm., Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.

Saint Stephen Order, Grand Cross badge with diamonds, 1746-1765, H. 57mm., Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.

Saint Stephen Order, Grand Cross badge with diamonds, 1st half 19th C., H. 83mm., by Joseph und Anton Biedermann, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Rev.

Saint Stephen Order, Grand Cross badge with diamonds, 1st half 19th C., H. 83mm., by Joseph und Anton Biedermann, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Rev.

His Royal Highness Prince Arsen of Yugoslavia (1859-1938)

His Royal Highness Prince Arsen of Yugoslavia (1859-1938)

PIETRO I KARADEODEVIC , RE DI SERBIA DAL 1903 AL 1918 E DEI SERBI CROATI SLOVENI DAL 1918 AL 1921

PIETRO I KARADEODEVIC , RE DI SERBIA DAL 1903 AL 1918 E DEI SERBI CROATI SLOVENI DAL 1918 AL 1921

Peter Karadjordjevic, II, Yugoslavian Monarch and Last King of Yugoslavia, was born September 6, 1923. He became King of Yugoslavia at the age of 11 in 1934, after his father, Alexander I was assassinated in Marseilles, France. The country was ruled until 1941 by Prince Paul, a regent, when Peter began his rule. His rule was short-lived when the Nazis overran the country that same year. Peter went to London, where he headed a government in exile.

Peter Karadjordjevic, II, Yugoslavian Monarch and Last King of Yugoslavia, was born September 6, 1923. He became King of Yugoslavia at the age of 11 in 1934, after his father, Alexander I was assassinated in Marseilles, France. The country was ruled until 1941 by Prince Paul, a regent, when Peter began his rule. His rule was short-lived when the Nazis overran the country that same year. Peter went to London, where he headed a government in exile.

GRAND DUCHESS ELLA'S EMERALD SAUTOIRE Worn by Queen Marie of Yugoslavia. It ended up in Yugoslavia, but has origins with the Romanovs. The Sautoir and kokoshnik were made by Bolin for Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (née Princess Ella of Hesse; sister of Tsarina Alexandra). The cabochon emeralds in the tiara were given to Ella by her mother-in-law, Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. In 1908, Ella gave the tiara to her niece, Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna,"the Younger"

GRAND DUCHESS ELLA'S EMERALD SAUTOIRE Worn by Queen Marie of Yugoslavia. It ended up in Yugoslavia, but has origins with the Romanovs. The Sautoir and kokoshnik were made by Bolin for Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (née Princess Ella of Hesse; sister of Tsarina Alexandra). The cabochon emeralds in the tiara were given to Ella by her mother-in-law, Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. In 1908, Ella gave the tiara to her niece, Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna,"the Younger"

Catherine the Great’s wedding dress, 1745

Catherine the Great’s wedding dress, 1745

МЕДАЛЬ ЗА ОТЛИЧИЕ с ВЕНЗЕЛЕМ ПАВЛА I

МЕДАЛЬ ЗА ОТЛИЧИЕ с ВЕНЗЕЛЕМ ПАВЛА I

Maria Theresa Order, cover, Militär-Maria-Theresien-Orden, by J. Hirtenfeld, 1857.

Maria Theresa Order, cover, Militär-Maria-Theresien-Orden, by J. Hirtenfeld, 1857.