Vladimir Kozak (Vladimír Václav Kozák) is the author and founder of this project. He and his family is the only owner of the set of reconstructions of battle armour and royal insignia. Citizen of Czech Republic, native of Jablonec nad Nisou - a North Bohemian town known for its glass and jewellery.
The oldest exhibit of the set is the tipped banner with the emblem of black flamboyant female eagle. It was made in 1983 as reminder of glorious victory of Bohemian troops at the battle near Kressenbrunn in 1260. The latest ones are decorated caskets for the royal crown and the pome. They were made additionally for the Eurocentrum Jablonec exhibition in 2013.
The set was created subsequently and was displayed for the first time at the Jablonec Fairground in 1987 on the occasion of the competition called ZENIT 87 in categories: innovation, efficiency, imaginativeness, enterprise and creativity. The chain armour and red battle kilt decorated with the white emblem of Bohemian lion and two banners - one with white lion and another with flamboyant female eagle. Two shields were added with emblems of lion and female eagle. The set won the Extra Prize of the jury and advanced to the regional level of the ZENIT competition in the town of Decin. In 1989 was exhibited the small set - the royal insignia (crown on black-and-golden pillow, sceptre and pome) at the regional competition ZENIT 89, again at the Jablonec Fairground.