House Order of the Golden Flame, Ladies Cross

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SKU: 01.HHL.0101.101.01.003

  •  Ladies Cross Obverse

Estimated market value:

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Attributes

  • Country
    Germany
  • Composition
    Bronze gilt/Enamelled
  • Inscription
    Obv: IN SENIO Rev: P E
  • Size
    30.5x35mm
  • Image Licensing
    The image of the House Order of the Golden Flame, Ladies Cross is attributed to Auktionhaus Andreas Thies, 48. Auktion. The image is find in the catalog 48. Auktion 11.Mai. 2012 on page 61, number 0162_48.

History


This Order was founded by Prince Philipp Ernst I, and it was originally conferred upon the male and female descendants of the Prince in an effort to foster bonds of kinship and friendship.

The Order was redesigned by the founder's son, Prince Karl Albrecht I, in 1770 to include the grades of Commander, Commander Breast Star, and Knight. The Prince renamed the Order the House Order of the Phoenix and expanded the Order recipients to include foreign and German aristocrats. Recipients from German nobility had to trace their lineage back a minimum of four generations.

The obverse inscription translates to, “In Old Age,” referring to the founder’s advanced age at the time of the House Order’s institution.

The reverse of the cross features the monogram of the founder on the reverse.

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