Corsica (41 on the map) houses the Napoleon Museum. Switzerland (42 on the map) also exhibits a replica crown and the monarchy of the Netherlands (43 on the map) has two crowns but does not display them other than at official events.
Corsica/Ajaccio/Bonaparte Museum (Permanent Display 1 crown/wreath)
This is a replica of the Gold Wreath used by Napoleon in his Roman Empire inspired coronation.
Switzerland/Grandson/Castle Museum (Permanent Display 1 crown)
The Crown of Charles the Bold
This is a modern replica of the crown or rather bejewelled hat worn by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy as he wore in battle.
Netherlands/The Hague/Noordeinde Palace (Not Displayed 2crowns)
The Dutch Monarchy does not exhibit its Crown Jewels but rather only uses them in display at the Investiture Ceremony of the Monarch and State Portraits. The Crown of Willem II is more often used as it is considered the official Crown. There is however no precedent for which can be used. The Crown of Willem I was used in the State Portrait of Queen Juliana and can be clearly discerned due to the large cross on the top. Queen Beatrix on the other hand has had the Willem II Crown displayed at her Investiture and State Portrait
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