Crown

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Crown may refer to:

Arts[edit]

Currency[edit]

  • Crown (Australian coin), the Australian version of the British Crown
  • Crown (British coin), a heavy silver coin, parallel in size and weight to the United States silver dollar
  • Crown (currency), a monetary unit used in the countries of Czech Republic, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden and the territories of Faroe Islands and Greenland
  • Crown (English coin), originally known as the "crown of the double rose", an English gold coin introduced as part of King Henry VIII's monetary reform of 1526 with the value of five shillings; later a silver coin of the same value
  • Estonian kroon, the official currency of Estonia for two periods in history: 1928–1940 and 1992–2011
  • Hungarian korona, the replacement currency of the Austro-Hungarian Krone/korona amongst the boundaries of the newly created post-World War I Hungary
  • Koruna (disambiguation)
  • Krona (disambiguation)
  • Krone (disambiguation)

Dentistry[edit]

Motor vehicles[edit]

Music and audio[edit]

Places[edit]

  • Crown, Inverness (from the Scottish Gaelic: Crùn), an area situated beside the city centre of Inverness, the capital city of the Scottish Highlands
  • Crown Wetlands, Cayman Islands

Science[edit]

Symbols of monarchy or rank[edit]

  • Crown (headgear), often an emblem of the monarchy, a monarch's government, or items endorsed by it
  • An alternate means to refer to a monarch
  • The Crown, the legal embodiment of Executive Government in Commonwealth countries
  • Crown, a military decoration in the ancient Roman Republic, including:
    • Grass crown, awarded for saving a city in battle
    • Civic crown, awarded for saving a citizen in battle
    • Camp crown, awarded for being the first to penetrate the enemy's camp
    • Mural crown, awarded for being the first to scale the walls of an enemy city
    • Naval crown, awarded for being the first to board an enemy ship