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Question 1: The Herzogskrone (________'s coronet) has five arches, but only four tines.

Question 2: that of a ________ (a plain silver-gilt circlet) has six "pearls" of which four are visible.

Question 3: In the ________, a peer wears his or her coronet on one occasion only: for a royal coronation, when it is worn along with coronation robes, equally standardised as a luxurious uniform.
CanadaUnited KingdomEnglandWales

Question 4: that of an ________ has eight strawberry leaves (four visible) and eight "pearls" raised on stalks, of which five are visible;

Question 5: Members of the ________ have coronets on their coats of arms and may wear them at coronations.
British monarchs' family treeBritish Royal FamilyBritish princessAnne, Princess Royal

Question 6: The Grafenkrone (________'s coronet) shows nine tines with pearls.
Royal and noble ranksMarquessMargraveCount

Question 7: The F├╝rstenkrone (coronet of a ________) is a golden ring with precious stones and five leaves and a crimson cap, that is surrounded by three visible arches with an imperial globe on top.
MonarchPrinceRoyal and noble ranksEmperor

Question 8: For equivalents, both physical and emblematic, in other languages and cultures, see under ________.
Crown (headgear)Papal TiaraHoop crownJade

Question 9: Indeed there are also some coronets for positions that do not exist or entitle one to a coronet in the ________ tradition.
United StatesAustraliaCommonwealthUnited Kingdom

Question 10: Since a person entitled to wear a coronet customarily displays it in his or her ________ above the shield and below the helm and crest, this can provide a useful clue as to the owner of a given coat of arms.
Unofficial emblem of TurkeyRoyal coat of arms of ScotlandRoyal coat of arms of the United KingdomCoat of arms


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