What logos sport crowns?
March 23, 2004 9:44 PM   Subscribe

Besides Husqvarna and Hallmark, I'm wondering what other logos out there currently sport crowns? I googled, but came up with random results for folks selling tiaras.
posted by silusGROK to Media & Arts (21 answers total)
 
Brunswick.
posted by MegoSteve at 9:47 PM on March 23, 2004


Rolex. Are you looking to "borrow" an idea?
posted by planetkyoto at 9:50 PM on March 23, 2004


Budweiser!
posted by The God Complex at 9:54 PM on March 23, 2004


JNCO
posted by kindall at 10:09 PM on March 23, 2004


Levis has an inverted crown, don't know if that counts. And Levis is an anagram for Elvis. I know I've seen a few more real crown logos, I'll try to track them down for you.
posted by Grod at 10:18 PM on March 23, 2004


Crown Theaters. Also, RC Cola, though they haven't used a crown logo for a while.
posted by PrinceValium at 10:43 PM on March 23, 2004


Crown Royal (crownroyal.com)
posted by dobbs at 11:05 PM on March 23, 2004


There's QFC, which is a chain of supermarkets. And I'm pretty sure the thing on the Best Western hotel chain's logo is a crown.
posted by hattifattener at 11:11 PM on March 23, 2004


I am working on an identity for a company currently seeking angel funding... and need to see how other companies handle crowns — a probable part of this company's identity going forward.
posted by silusGROK at 11:11 PM on March 23, 2004


Crown Audio, Iron Crown Enterprises, the city of Charlotte, NC, Crown Cabinets, the L.A. Kings, the Sacramento Kings (well, kinda), Best Western (albeit stylized -- their old logo was much more crown-like), Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Crown Mortgage Company, et cetera, et cetera...
posted by Vidiot at 11:11 PM on March 23, 2004


Also Royal Jordanian Airlines and Royal Group Technologies...
posted by Vidiot at 11:39 PM on March 23, 2004


Crown National
posted by PenDevil at 1:18 AM on March 24, 2004


Saab, Pininfarina, and Alfa Romeo.
posted by saladin at 6:01 AM on March 24, 2004


Crown Office Chambers (London, UK based barristers. Think trial lawyers.)
posted by dmt at 6:28 AM on March 24, 2004


Crown Holdings, originally known as Crown Cork & Seal.
posted by Prawn at 6:32 AM on March 24, 2004


KLM has a dorky-looking crown.
posted by Vidiot at 6:43 AM on March 24, 2004


These Google Images may interest you.
posted by azul at 7:52 AM on March 24, 2004


The English Premier League.
posted by philfromhavelock at 7:53 AM on March 24, 2004


Columbia University and Crown Audio.
posted by kickingtheground at 7:55 AM on March 24, 2004


Wasa
posted by Dick Paris at 3:08 PM on March 24, 2004


Thanks everyone ... JNCO is the kind of treatment I was looking for (thanks Kindall!), and azul's brilliant Google Image Search was most helpful — I never use the image search, so it never occured to me!

: )
posted by silusGROK at 6:57 AM on March 25, 2004


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