Count Guglielmo Coronini’s legacy consists of the Grafenberg Palace with his rooms rich in furniture, paintings and ornaments, as well as a vast heritage of historical and artistic goods of every kind: from furniture, pictures, carpets, silverware, clocks, glass and porcelain artifacts to prints, drawings, coins, medals, weapons, fans, jewels, clothing and laces. However, only a few of these items are real collections, i.e. objects collected following a project or an idea. A specific collecting purpose, shared by Count Guglielmo Coronini and his family members, can be only found in the print and coin collections. On the contrary, much of the other collections is the result of the gathering of ornaments and objects of daily use, which the Coronini’s put together over the centuries, including several valuable inheritances as well as objects bought by Count Guglielmo, whose interest covers a really wide range of areas.