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Coronation Gown and Train: Used on 12 May 1873 by Queen Sofia (Naussau) of Sweden.

Coronation Gown and Train: Used on 12 May 1873 by Queen Sofia (Naussau) of Sweden.

Coronation Gown and Train: 1800, Swedish. Worn by Queen Fredrika av Sverige at her coronation at St. Olav's Church on April 4, 1800.

Coronation Gown and Train: 1800, Swedish. Worn by Queen Fredrika av Sverige at her coronation at St. Olav's Church on April 4, 1800.

Coronation Dress and Robe of Josephine of Sweden, 1844

Coronation Dress and Robe of Josephine of Sweden, 1844

Gustav III av Sverige Datering 1792-03-16Övriga Nyckelord livstyckeSamling LivrustkammarenInventarienummer 20808 (3497:f)

Gustav III av Sverige Datering 1792-03-16Övriga Nyckelord livstyckeSamling LivrustkammarenInventarienummer 20808 (3497:f)

KARL XII, King of Sweden 1682 - 1718

KARL XII, King of Sweden 1682 - 1718

(1746-92) Gustav III, King of Sweden (Death Mask)

(1746-92) Gustav III, King of Sweden (Death Mask)

“The cranium of the Swedish king Charles XII from an autopsy in 1916, also known as Carolus Rex, who died from a sustained headshot in 1718.”

“The cranium of the Swedish king Charles XII from an autopsy in 1916, also known as Carolus Rex, who died from a sustained headshot in 1718.”

Death mask of Charles XII, King of Sweden http://library.princeton.edu/libraries/firestone/rbsc/aids/C0770/a-c.html#a-c

Death mask of Charles XII, King of Sweden http://library.princeton.edu/libraries/firestone/rbsc/aids/C0770/a-c.html#a-c

Death mask of Charles XII, King of Sweden. killed in battle (the bullet’s entry is visible above his right brow).

Death mask of Charles XII, King of Sweden. killed in battle (the bullet’s entry is visible above his right brow).

Queen Desiree of Sweden

Queen Desiree of Sweden