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Old 03-04-2012, 03:50 PM
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Thank you for the information! I wasn't aware of the origins of the Order of the Elephant as well.
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isn't the order of the elephant the only royal order in denmark?
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Old 03-15-2012, 06:48 PM
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isn't the order of the elephant the only royal order in denmark?
There is also the lesser Order of The Dannebrog.
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Old 05-19-2013, 10:57 PM
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There is also the lesser Order of The Dannebrog.
Which is a beautiful piece of design. My favourite actor Viggo Mortensen was honoured w/it last year for services to Denmark in the Arts, I don't remember what level he he was awarded, but I do remember various fan sites had pictures of the Order Star and is where I saw it.
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Old 05-20-2013, 04:10 AM
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Yes, he got this one: http://www.brego.net/uploaded_images...rog-750107.jpg

It's the latest design, with QMII's monogram. It's the Knightscross of the Order of Danneborg, second grade. - The lowest grade.
If or when Viggo Mortensen get a new order it will be the Knightscross, first grade. And it will be in gold, rather than silver as now.

The Knightscross must be returned upon the death of the recipient.
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The Knightscross must be returned upon the death of the recipient.
That's interesting Muhler and something that I did not know.
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That's interesting Muhler and something that I did not know.
I actually thought the Knightscross, first and second grade, belonged to the recipient, but no. The Historical Society of Orders say they must be returned.
http://www.omsd.dk/DanishOrders/en/O...nebrog_en.aspx
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The three daughters of King Frederik IX and Queen Ingrid all have their shields as up in the chapel as princesses of denmark.

All three shields have the same date... 22nd of April 1947. This is the date of their father's succession as king. (Not to mention a month before the date on their mother's shield, which seems a little strange to me.) [/I]
The last 3 Danish monarchs (Christian X, Frederik IX & QMII) has awarded the OE to their children on the day of succession. Queen Ingrid was awarded her OE about a month after FIX' succession; Queen Alexandrine had to wait almost 4 months for her OE. This may have been custom at the time but there could be another more low praxtical explanation; The number of OE insignia is limited, so maybe they were simply waiting for insignia of late recipients to be returned. The last 2 consorts (Prince Henrik & CPM) got their on their wedding day.

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Princess Margrethe's shield also says... "Regni Heres" after the usual "Principissa Daniae". (Which I take as a literal meaning "kingdom heir" in latin.) However in 1947 Margarethe was not the throne follower. Indeed there was no female succession until in 1953, when the Act of Succession was changed, allowing females to become Queen Regnants. The crown on top of her shield is also the heraldic crown of the heir to the throne. So I assume that this shield - and maybe all three - were not painted unil after this date.

I would be grateful if anyone can shed any further light onto this for us. [/I]
I think it is safe to say that the shields were painted later and the QMII's shield had 'Regni heres' added after '53. Some people tend to forget the fact the she was never CP - her title was (tronfølger) Heir to the throne. I sometimes see it translated to 'Heiress Presumptive' which I find quite odd because her status was confirmed by law so I don't get the presumption part.

I find the events leading up to the change in the Act of Succession in '53 most intruiging. I wonder what brought it on and if indeed we will ever know. Oh well, that may be material for a brand new thread.
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Thank you Crown for the extra information
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The three daughters of King Frederik IX and Queen Ingrid all have their shields as up in the chapel as princesses of denmark.

All three shields have the same date... 22nd of April 1947. This is the date of their father's succession as king. (Not to mention a month before the dat on their mother's shield, which seems a little strange to me.)

Princess Margrethe's shield also says... "Regni Heres" after the usual "Principissa Daniae". (Which I take as a literal meaning "kingdom heir" in latin.) However in 1947 Margarethe was not the throne follower. Indeed there was no female succession until in 1953, when the Act of Succession was changed, allowing females to become Queen Regnants. The crown on top of her shield is also the heraldic crown of the heir to the throne. So I assume that this shield - and maybe all three - were not painted unil after this date.

I would be grateful if anyone can shed any further light onto this for us.

Note that Princess Margrethe's shield is in the bay behind the organ at the back of the chiurch. It is at the top right, just diagonally above the shield of her father as crown prince See attached image. The two other princesses and their mother are on the wall around the corner to the right.

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...3&d=1105760369

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...2&d=1105760369

Incredible photos! thank you, who does actually make the coats? what kind of materials are they? what is their size? they look very big! What it means "DOM" ? and is written in Latin? thae numbers are roman!
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Well, as I wrote in the PMs to you, ashelen, I don't know that much about coat of arms.

However on this picture you can see the scale Anders Fogh får sit våbenskjold i dag - sn.dk - Forside sn.dk - Nordsjælland - Hillerød
They are made from metal or wood.

There are a couple of painters authorized to paint coat of arms, here is one named Claus Havemann: VÃ¥benmaler - Velkommen til skjolde.dk another painter is named Ronny Andersen.
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Well, as I wrote in the PMs to you, ashelen, I don't know that much about coat of arms.

However on this picture you can see the scale Anders Fogh får sit våbenskjold i dag - sn.dk - Forside sn.dk - Nordsjælland - Hillerød
They are made from metal or wood.

There are a couple of painters authorized to paint coat of arms, here is one named Claus Havemann: VÃ¥benmaler - Velkommen til skjolde.dk another painter is named Ronny Andersen.
Tusind Tak Muhler!!!!!!
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"the word ”DOM:” is short for ”DOMINUS” which in latin means ”Sir” or “Master”. The word “DIE” means “day” in latin (as in Carpe Diem, seize the day). "
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