How much are the Crown Jewels worth?


The value of the Crown Jewels, the British Royal Collection, is estimated in the billions. There is no net value for this large collection of Royal Regalia, but the Star of Africa itself is worth approximately $400 million.

The British Royal Family has not had the collection valued, except for insurance purposes. The oldest piece in the Crown Jewels collection is a gold Anointing Spoon from the 12th century. Perhaps the most important piece of the entire collection is St. Edward's Crown, and the most popular piece is the Imperial State Crown, which contains over 3,000 gems. The collection is on display in The Tower of London, and its current setup was orchestrated by Queen Elizabeth II in 1994.

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