Tower of London

There are priceless specimens in the royal collections of the British Monarchy, but the most famous ones are located in the Tower of London.

An excerpt from the article 21 facts about Tower of London

The Yeomen Warders have guarded the Crown Jewels since 1303. They are, contrary to popular belief, authentic. Every morning there is a Ceremony of the Keys, during which the key-keeper answers the soldier's question: "Stop! Who's coming?" replies: "Her Majesty's Key." The crown jewels are used during ceremonies such as the inaugural session of parliament. They are then worn by the queen. They leave the Tower for a day or two, then return to the vault. There are over 3000 precious stones of extraordinary purity there, all valuables have historical significance and are priceless.