Antique Print of Various Medals of Wurttemberg

Productnr.: BG-06677-18

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Plate 45: 'Wurtemberg. Orde van den Wurtembergsche Kroon - Koninglijke Orde van Frederik. Vorstendom Hohenlohe. Orde van den Feniks.' (Wurttemberg. Order of the Wurttemberg Crown - Friedrich Order. Hohenlohe. Order of the Phoenix). The Order of the Wurttemberg Crown was an order of chivalry in Wurttemberg. First established in 1702 as the St.-Hubertus-Jagdorden (Order of St Hubert), in 1807 it was renamed the 'Ritterorden vom Goldenen Adler' (Order of the Golden Eagle) by Frederick I, and on 23 September 1818 renewed and restructured (at the same time as the civil orders) by William I as the "Order of the Wurttemberg Crown. The Friedrich Order, German: 'Friedrichs-Orden' or 'Friedrichsorden' was an order of merit of the German Kingdom of Wurttemberg. It was instituted on the first of January 1830 by the second king of Wurttemberg, Wilhelm I in remembrance of his father, King Friedrich I. This print originates from ‘Geschiedkundige beschrijving der oudere en nieuwere, thans bestaande Ridderorden. - Afbeeldingen der Ridderorden’ by G.L. de Rochemont and J. Bischoff. A rare and expensive work on in 1843 existing cavalier / knight / military orders. Published in Amsterdam, 1843.

Condition: Good. General age-related toning. Minor wear and soiling. Please study image carefully.

Date: 1843

Overall size: 36 x 46 cm.