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Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

Also belonging to the crown are a sceptre and the Imperial Orb, which was commissioned in 1612 by Rudolf’s brother and successor Matthias. It was created by Andreas Ochsenbruck. The shape takes its inspiration from the crown, especially the enamel-work has been copied in its style. A peculiarity of the sceptre is that is made partly out of “unicorn horn”. The sceptre and the orb were already in use before proclamation of the Empire of Austria, sometimes as the Bohemian royal regalia, sometimes for the heredit …

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