Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island - 2 minute HD tour
A 2-minute HD tour of Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island. This is one of the more inspirational destinations in America - riding by ferry b...
7 Historical Hoaxes
Throughout history, sometimes discoveries that at first seemed significant later turned out to be hoaxes. From Drake’s Plate of Brass, a practical joke that got out of hand and wound up in school text...
11 Rain Chain Ideas - Tutorials You Don't Want To Miss
Rain chains are not only beautiful, simple to make with few tools and materials, but they can also turn gutter system downspouts into beautiful, environmentally friendly features. Rain chains also can...
Recreating A Legendary Samurai Sword Hilt
Ford Hallam is one of the last metal workers capable of making the ornate sword guards (or tsuba) found on samurai swords. Here he recreates a lost masterpiece by 19th century tsuba artist Hagia Katsu...
11 Stunning Historic Photos of the Statue of Liberty
Although her formal title is Liberty Enlightening the World, everyone knows the gigantic neoclassical sculpture in the middle of New York Harbor as the Statue of Liberty. She's Lady Liberty, a gift of...
The Statue of Liberty: 127 Years at America's Gateway
Yesterday, Lady Liberty opened to the public once more, after an eight-month closure to repair the damage Superstorm Sandy had caused
French Crown Jewels - Paris Atelier: The Jewels of France
Dec 16, 2008 ... The French Crown & Imperial Jewels are unquestionably amazing, but even more amazing is their story and history. The following is glimpse ...
French Crown Jewels - French Royal and Imperial Jewels
Video about the jewels of the Royal and Imperial families in France. Some of them are exhibited in the Louvre (Galerie d'Apollon) or in other museums.
Gniezno Doors - Drzwi Gnieźnieńskie - Porta Regia - Gniezno Doors, XII w./2/- Detale & Perotinus, XII/XIII w. !
II - Locating the origin of the doors has been the subject of much discussion. It is clear that their style derives from the Mosan area in modern Belgium and...
Imperial Crown of India
A very nice piece of Elgar's music in the public domain that I haven't been able to locate elsewhere on YouTube.
Bburago
there was a lot of work with this video.
Die Cast Toys
PART II OF THIS VIDEO... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSBtXQ71_qk Diecast Hobby USA - Diecast Cars Like None Other http://www.diecasthobbyusa.com/ We spec...
Gold coins
http://www.collectiblesuniverse.com An amazing antique collection of gold coins from the Byzantine Empire which Spanned from 491-867. Some of the most rare c...
Bianzhong
編鐘演奏.
Sultani
The sultani was an Ottoman gold coin. It was first minted during the reign of Mehmed II (r. 1451–1481), weighing about 3.45 grams. The sultani is the classic Ottoman gold coin also known generically a...
Belle Austin Jacobs Memorial
Memorial for Belle Austin Jacobs is a public artwork by American artist Sylvia Shaw Judson (sculptor) and Alexander C. Eschweiler (architect), formerly located in Kosciuszko Park, Lincoln Village, Ci...
7 Historical Hoaxes
Throughout history, sometimes discoveries that at first seemed significant later turned out to be hoaxes. From Drake’s Plate of Brass, a practical joke that got out of hand and wound up in school text...
Otis Bowen (bust)
Otis Bowen is a bronze bust of Dr. Otis Bowen, who was the Governor of Indiana from 1973–1981 and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services from 1985-1989 under President Ronald Reagan.
The bro...
11 Rain Chain Ideas - Tutorials You Don't Want To Miss
Rain chains are not only beautiful, simple to make with few tools and materials, but they can also turn gutter system downspouts into beautiful, environmentally friendly features. Rain chains also can...
Winchester Hoard
1°19′45″W / 51.060386°N 1.329201°W / 51.060386; -1.329201The Winchester Hoard is a hoard of Iron Age gold found in a field in the Winchester area of Hampshire, England, in 200...
Winchester Hoard - Wikipedia
Pendilia
Pendilia (singular pendilium; from Latin pendulus, hanging) or pendoulia (the Greek equivalent), are pendants or dangling ornaments hanging from a piece of metalwork such as a crown, votive crown, cru...
Pendilia - Wikipedia
Joyeuse
Joyeuse ([ʒwaˈjøz]), is the name tradition attributes to Charlemagne's personal sword. The name translates as "joyous".
Some legends claim Joyeuse was forged to contain the Lance of Longinus wit...
Joyeuse - Wikipedia
Brooch of Lorn
The Brooch of Lorn or Braìste Lathurna in Gaelic, is a medieval "turreted" disk brooch that was supposedly taken from Robert the Bruce (Robert I of Scotland) at the Battle of Dalrigh in 1306. However...
Crown of Boleslaw I the Brave
The Crown of Bolesław I the Brave (in Polish: Korona Chrobrego, also known in Latin as the Corona Privilegiata) was the coronation crown of the Polish monarchs.
The origins of the Polish crown are...
Crown of Boleslaw I the Brave - Wikipedia
Toreutics
Toreutics is a term, relatively rare in English, for artistic metalworking, by hammering gold or silver (or other materials), engraving, Repoussé and chasing to form minute detailed reliefs or small e...
Toreutics - Wikipedia
Coronets of Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret
The Coronets of Princess Elizabeth and Margaret were two coronets commissioned by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937, so that his children could also take part in their coronation.Once King Ge...
Timur ruby
The Timur ruby (also Khiraj-i-alam, "Tribute to the World") is an unfaceted, 361-carat polished red spinel gemstone set in a necklace in 1853, part of the British Crown Jewels. It is named after the r...
French Crown Jewels - Paris Atelier: The Jewels of France
Dec 16, 2008 ... The French Crown & Imperial Jewels are unquestionably amazing, but even more amazing is their story and history. The following is glimpse ...
Sherman Minton (bust)
The bust of Sherman Minton is a public artwork by American artist Robert Merrell Gage, located on the main floor of the Indiana Statehouse, which is in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Cast in br...
Sherman Minton (bust) - Wikipedia