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Inscription: MANVS QV GVNAS MOVET MVNDVM REGIT (The hand that rocks the cradle, governs the world). in aid of Queen Louise's day-nursery in the Danish Virgin Islands. RC-CM76: 1907 Dronning Louises vuggestue I dansk Vestindien.
Above crowned face-to-face monogram L (Queen Louise). Crowned M and anchor (Monogram of Princess Marie) in sunrays, which penetrate a cloud.
Evangelisten Johannes p rn over klippe med vben i oval. kronet bnd med indeskrift: ET SPIRITUS EST QUI TESTATUR QUOD SPIRITUS VERITAS EST (og det er ndender vidner at nd er sandhed). Above crowned monogram L (Queen Louise), below inscription NOVEMBER 1906, comm.
Designed by: Knud Kyhn: 454 copies, 8 , 22 cm RC-CM55: 1905: Seal with a salmon in its mouth. Below a fishing-net with a laurel wreath and inscription: XX AARSMDE 1905, monogram FF (Fishery Association) and crowned initials V and M (Prince Valdemar and Princess Marie, protectors of the fishery exhibition). Designed by: Arnold Krog: 666 copies, 7 , 20 cm Farvand med sejlskibe og sl med laks. net med krans og indskrift: XX AARSMDE 1905, spejlmonogram FF (Fiskeriforeningen) samt kronede monogrammer V og M (Prins Valdemar og prinsesse Marie, udstillingens protektorer). Inscription: PATRIA INTEGRA (a healthy country) 1755-1905. Inscription: PATRIA INTEGRA (a healthy country) 1755-1905. Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the foundation of the nursing sisters' motherhouse.
On the stone with an agave plant the inscription MESSINA 1908.
Viking ship with the Danish coat of arms and the word CARITAS in the sail.
Inscription: DE FIRE ROSER- CARITATE DEI (the four roses - by charity of God). by the Freemason lodge of Saint Andrew in Aarhus, founded 1908. Inscription: DE FIRE ROSER- CARITATE DEI (the four roses - by charity of God). by the Freemason lodge of Saint Andrew in Aarhus, founded 1908.
The plate was issued for the benefit of the Danish relief mission to Messina after the earthquake on the 28Crowned shield with the cross of Saint Andrew and four roses. Oval plate shaped as a crowned shield with the cross of Saint Andrew and four roses.