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Put the Honours of the Principality on public display in Wales.

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The Honours of the Principality are the regalia used at the investiture of the Prince of Wales. They are symbolic of the role of monarchy in Wales and should be placed on public display.

They comprise of a coronet (designed especially for HRH Prince Charles) a ring, a rod, a sword and a robe. Some dating back to 1911 and older and includes gold, mined in Gwynedd.

The Royal Collection website states that the regalia are on loan to the National Museum in Cardiff, but after research they are in actual fact in storage in St James Palace in London.

The petition aims to get the regalia put on public display in Wales - either in Aberystwyth where HRH Prince Charles studied ahead of his investiture or in the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff to show the link between the Prince of Wales and the Welsh people.



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