The foremost symbols of the Kingdom of Denmark—the crown, the sceptre, and the orb—have been kept at Rosenborg Castle since the1680s. Here one can also see a number of the monarchy’s other central objects: the baptismal font that has been used by the royal family since the 17th century, the silver lions as well as the collection of crown jewels founded by Queen Sophie Magdalene in the mid-18thcentury, which is still used by the Queen on major occasions.
The book is part of the Crown Series, a series of small books on the Danish monarchy and related subjects published in cooperation with the Royal Danish Collection.
En indbundet bog er i RIGTIG GOD KVALITET. Oftest med hård ryg, godt papir og mange gange med smudsomslag. Typisk en førsteudgave af en bog.
Indbindingen har betydning for kvalitet og holdbarhed. Indbundet og hæftet er bøger i GOD KVALITET, mens hardback og paperback er en BILLIGERE UDGAVE.