The Prince of Wales Crown. When King Edward VIII abdicated to marry divorcee and socialite Wallis Simpson in 1937, he took the Prince of Wales Crown with him. It returned to the jewel house at The Tower of London on his death in 1972
HMS Prince of Wales (1902), was a London- or Queen-class pre-dreadnought battleship, a sub-class of the Formidable-class battleships of the British Royal Navy. HMS Prince of Wales (1902) was the sixth of seven ships of the Royal Navy that have had the name HMS Prince of Wales.Prince of Wales became flagship of the squadron in March 1916. She ended her flagship duties in June 1916, when she went to Gibraltar for a refit. She later returned to the Adriatic
Books, Birkins and Beauty: More On The Prince of Wales Feathers Brooch with emerald pendant. The brooch was a wedding gift to Princess Alexandra (later Queen Alexandra) from the "Ladies of Bristol" on the occasion of her wedding to the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) on 10 March 1863. It consists of an oval of 18 brilliant-cut diamonds accented with tiny emeralds, encircling the Prince of Wales ostrich feathers, set with diamonds, and a scroll inscribed with the Prince of Wales motto…
1728 British Prince of Wales's coronet in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "The form of the coronet to be worn by the heir apparent to the Crown (usually the Prince of Wales) was decided in a warrant issued in 1677 by Charles II....It is not clear that the coronet was much worn by Frederick, although it does appear in a portrait of him, painted in 1742 attributed to Joseph Highmore, and it was carried before the Prince when he attended the State opening of Parliament."