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  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930
  • Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930

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Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930

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Denmark, Kingdom. An Order of the Dannebrog, I Class Commander, c.1930

(Dannebrogordenen). Instituted in 1671 by Christian V. Of Austrian manufacture, in silver, a stylized concave Latin Cross with etched patterns-body, exhibiting a delicate gilded outside edge together with an interior enamelled red border, obverse presenting central crowned letter W for King Waldemar II monogram, accompanying by gilt letters OG GUD KON GEN (God and the King), reverse with dual prong pinback and catch, hallmarked on pin with import mark from 1925 to 2001 of a pigeon wing, the number 4 and letter W, denoting Vienna and .800 fineness, stamped twice on catch with identical Austrian hallmarks, measuring 57.18 mm (w) x 70.86 mm (h), weighing 48.3 grams, displaying toned silver and minimal gilt loss, and in overall near very fine condition.

 

Footnote: Believed to have originally been established by King Waldemar II in 1219, and later re-instituted by King Christian V, in honour of the birth of his first son (King Frederik IV) in 1671, this Order originally consisted of one class and was conferred upon noblemen, princes of royal blood, and high dignitaries. To date, the Order is awarded to recognize individuals who have rendered outstanding, commendable, and distinctive military or civil service, as well as, contribution to the sciences, arts, or business.

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