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I know this might be a long shot....but I am searching for an overview of the ODM of Friedrich III Wilhelm Nikolaus von Preussen (Emperor Frederick). I know he probably got everything, but I would just like to know if there is an overview somewhere preferably but not necessarily with dates. Its for my book on the House Order of the Golden Lion I am preparing.

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Here is his entries from the 1886/87 Court and State Handbook and the 1888 rank list. I suppose he might have gotten other awards between thess publications and his death, but this should be a start. He also certainly had a bunch of commemorative medals and the like which aren't included in rank lists and court and state handbooks. I'm not sure where you'd find a list of those.

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Thanks Dave

in most lists I use as sources for the biographical entries for my book, commemorative medals are not listed. I think I will have no other option as to mention this in the preface. Sorry to see the CHLO has become a GHgL, referring to the grandducal hessians rather than the churhessians he originally got it from. Its no suprise though, I knew the order was taken over by the other hessians :-)

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  • 7 years later...

To refresh the topic a bit... Does anybody know when exactly the Kronprinz received all his Pour le merite orders? I am especially interested in the Grand Cross. In different sources I found either 1866 or 1873. As far as I could recall it was already after the Franco-Prussian War. Not to mention that nobody gave the daily date.

 

Thanks for the response.

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