Of Crowns and Legends
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Coins with square holes in the center with oriental inscriptions are called “ Cash” and were made in China, Japan and Korea and mostly date from the 15th century with some even older. They range from “U.S. quarter” size to the size of a tea saucer and are valued from less than a dollar to hundreds of dollars. Is Your Coin A Crown? Fig II. A: flaw; B and C: notches cut to hold stone in a setting; D: flaw created by fracture at E; F: fracture created by a blow; G: unpolished cleavage plane; H: basal cleavage plane. Failure: The brother suffers an Injured Shoulder, Pierced Chest, Pierced Arm Muscles or Dislocated Shoulder temporary injury
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Since arriving in the UK, it has only been worn by female members of the British royal family.  Victoria wore the stone in a brooch and a circlet. After she died in 1901, it was set in the Crown of Queen Alexandra. It was transferred to the Crown of Queen Mary in 1911, and finally to the Crown of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 1937 for her coronation.
Events are game spoilers and players who wish to make in-game decisions without being influenced by foreknowledge should avoid reading further. Hofmeester, Karin; Grewe, Bernd-Stefan, eds. (2016). Luxury in Global Perspective: Objects and Practices, 1600–2000. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-107-10832-5. On the Job With the Tower of London's Ravenmaster". Audubon. 24 October 2018 . Retrieved 21 September 2022.
During the global spread of H5N1 virus ("bird flu") in 2006, the ravens of the Tower were taken inside and lived in "custom-built aviaries".  Jamal, Momin (26 February 2017). "Kohinoor's story: from treachery to treasury". Daily Times . Retrieved 19 June 2018.
As enemy planes targeted London during the Second World War, the Crown Jewels were secretly moved to Windsor Castle.  The most valuable gemstones were taken out of their settings by James Mann, Master of the Armouries, and Sir Owen Morshead, the Royal Librarian. They were wrapped in cotton wool, placed in a tall glass preserving-jar, which was then sealed in a biscuit tin, and hidden in the castle's basement. Also placed in the jar was a note from the King, stating that he had personally directed that the gemstones be removed from their settings. As the Crown Jewels were bulky and thus difficult to transport without a vehicle, the idea was that if the Nazis invaded, the historic precious stones could easily be carried on someone's person without drawing suspicion and if necessary buried or sunk.  Crown Jewels". Parliamentary Debates (Hansard). Vol.211. United Kingdom: House of Commons. 16 July 1992. col.944W. Archived from the original on 10 August 2016 . Retrieved 30 June 2016. Matilda? Winifred? Florence? Tower of London Wants You to Choose New Baby Raven's Name". People . Retrieved 11 May 2021.
On Saturday 13th September 1986, Raven George, enlisted 1975, was posted to the Welsh Mountain Zoo. Conduct unsatisfactory, service therefore no longer required.