The Crown of England, 1901. St Edward's Crown, the official coronation crown of British monarchs and part of the Crown Jewels. It was made for Charles II after Oliver Cromwell had the crown destroyed during the Civil War. Its design is said to be a copy of the crown of Edward the Confessor. A print from The Anglo Saxon Review, A Quarterly Miscellany Vol VIII, Edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill (Mrs George Cornwallis West), 49 Rupert Street, London, March 1901.