Queen Elizabeth’s ‘famous diamond diadem’ on the postage stamp is worth whopping £6million


“It was modelled on postage stamps by the latter two royals.

“Therefore it has huge historic value.

“With this in mind, I’d estimate its worth to be around £6,000,000.”

As well as for this royal portrait in 1952, Her Majesty wore the tiara for her first state opening of parliament in 1953.

The Queen also wore the diadem on the way to her coronation, as well as in 2010 whilst returning to Buckingham Palace after the state opening of parliament.



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