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  • Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916
  • Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916
  • Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916
  • Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916
  • Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916
  • Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916

Item: G50896

Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916

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Oldenburg, Grand Duchy. A House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis, Grand Cross with Swords, by Lameyer, c.1916

(Haus und Verdienstorden von Herzog Peter Friedrich Ludwig, Großkreuz). Issued 1838-1918. A breast star consisting of an eight-pointed rayed silver star; the obverse with a central blue enamelled medallion depicting a silver crowned cipher of Peter Friedrich Ludwig, surrounded by a silver knurled ring bordering a broad ring of red enamels, inscribed “Ein Gott-Ein Recht-Eine Wahrheit” (German - One God, One Righteousness, One Truth), at the top of the award affixed is a pair of crossed silver swords, the reverse gilded but plain, with a vertical slender banjo style pinback, with a barrel hinge and a broad catch, the catch marked “LAMEYER” as well as with “800” for silver content, measures 82.6mm (w) x 81.8mm (h), weighs 73.1grams, enamels intact, wear to gilding on reverse, a scarce decoration in extremely fine condition.

 

Footnote: The Order was instituted by Grand Duke Paul Friedrich August of Oldenburg in commemoration of his father, Duke Peter Friedrich Louis. It was conferred in recognition of both civil and military merit.

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