|Two intertwined L's on a door|
More often than not there will be not one but two L's intertwined and topped with a golden crown. A sun is naturally not unusual to find either nor is a fleur-de-lis
|Another door from the King's grand apartment|
|The front gate with both a crown, two L's and a sun|
|Marble floor of the chapel|
Louis Philippe's contribution was far less than Marie Antoinette's but his initials can still be found on some spots.
|Even this key to the chapel has tiny intertwined Ls|
|This medallion can be found at the Queen's staircase|
Naturally, since both Louis XIV's successors carried the same name there was never any reason to change the initials. That does seem lucky when you consider how difficult it would be to tear up heavy, marble floor!