The Queen's coronation dress with the 6.5 metre long purple Robe of Estate is the centrepiece of the exhibition, curated by Caroline de Guitat.

The diamond diadem, made of diamonds, pearls, silver and gold, worn by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on her way from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey for her 1953 Coronation and during the first part of the ceremony, is displayed at the exhibition. — AP Photo
The diamond diadem, made of diamonds, pearls, silver and gold, worn by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on her way from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey for her 1953 Coronation and during the first part of the ceremony, is displayed at the exhibition. — AP Photo

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Derek
July 27, 2013 10:52 pm

This is called preserving HISTORY- Some nations do not alter history.

Youth
July 29, 2013 6:55 am

The stolen Kohinoor diamond is the same that is fitted in the middle.

Khan
July 30, 2013 12:39 am

@Derek:

Dear Derek, Someone may soon takeover it in the name of "preserving HISTORY" later or sooner...........

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