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eMedals-Denmark. An Order of Dannebrog, 1st Class Grand Cross Set, c.1975

Item: M0041-69

Denmark. An Order of Dannebrog, 1st Class Grand Cross Set, c.1975



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Denmark. An Order of Dannebrog, 1st Class Grand Cross Set, c.1975


Queen Margrethe II (1972+) Sash Badge: In silver gilt with red and white enamels, maker marked "AM" (Anton Michelsen, Copenhagen) and marked "925 S" (silver) on the ring, measuring 42 mm (w) x 83.7 mm (h), on its original full-length sash; and Breast Star: In silver gilt with red and white enamelled cross, affixed to an eight-pointed star base, maker marked with a crown above "AM" (Anton Michelsen, Copenhagen) and marked "925 S" (silver) on the reverse, measuring 85.7 mm (w) x 79.5 mm (h), dual prong vertical pinback. Intact enamels, extremely fine. Accompanied by its 8.5 mm Rosette with button hole attachment, in its hardshelled case of issue, maker marked "A. MICHELSEN KJØBENHAVN" (Anton Michelsen, Copenhagen) on the inside lid, raised platform with recessed medal beds, wear evident on the exterior, mold visible in the right back upper corner below the raised platform on the base inside, case fine.
Footnote: The Order of the Dannebrog is a Danish order of chivalry instituted in 1671 by Christian V. Until 1808, membership in the order was limited to fifty members of noble or royal rank who formed a single class known as White Knights, to distinguish them from the Blue Knights who were members of the Order of the Elephant. In 1808, the Order was reformed and divided into four classes. The Grand Commander class is reserved to persons of princely origin. It is only awarded to royalty with close family ties with the Danish Royal House. The statute of the Order was amended in 1951 by a Royal Ordinance so that both men and women could be members of the Order. Today, the Order of the Dannebrog is a means of honouring and rewarding the faithful servants of the modern Danish state for meritorious civil or military service, for a particular contribution to the arts, sciences or business life or for those working for Danish interests. (C:41)
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