II grade, Grand Officer Cross. In 1942, the Soviet Union revived the order as a purely military decoration and renamed it the more secular Order of Alexander Nevsky , and the Russian Federation revived it in 2010. Bulgaria, Kingdom. On the reverse there was a white background with inscription 19 ФЕВРАЛЪ 1878 (19 February 1878) - the date of the signing of the Treaty of San Stefano. See also categories: Order of Alexander Nevsky and Order of Alexander Nevsky (Russian Federation). They are currently kept in the collection of the Topkapı Palace in Istanbul. The first grade was worn with a crimson moire ribbon over the right shoulder with a rosette in the edge. Modell) überragt ist. Atop the cross was a royal crown. On the reverse there was a while background with inscription 19 ФЕВРАЛЪ 1878 (18 February 1878) - the date of the signing of the Treaty of San Stefano. The Order of St Alexander (Bulgarian: Орден "Свети Александър") was the second highest Bulgarian order during the Kingdom of Bulgaria. The first grade was worn with a crimson moire ribbon over the right shoulder with a rosette in the edge. The cross was made of silver with no enamel, it was worn on the chest with triangle red ribbon, it had no star. There was a special issue with two field marshal's batons which belonged to Tsar Ferdinand. VI grade, Silver Cross. Dezember 1881 durch Fürst Alexander I. von Bulgarien gestiftet und konnte für besondere Staatsdienste, Tapferkeit und persönliches Wohlwollen des Monarchen an In- und Ausländer verliehen werden. Die Collane ist aus Löwen gebildet, die wechselweise ein Medaillon mit und ohne Krone halten. Initially it was planned to have five grades and a Necklace but subsequently four grades and Grand and Lesser Necklace were formed and in 1908 a Grand Cross was added. EU15061 Add to Compare. Das Revers des Medaillons ist weiß emailliert und trägt in goldenen Lettern das dreizeilige Datum 19. The cross was made of silver with no enamel, it was worn on the chest with triangle red ribbon, it had no star. On the pendant of the obverse there was a stylized inscription with the name of the order and on the surrounding ring there was the motto СЪ НАМИ БОГЪ (God with us) with laurel wreaths below. 2005 Авторски колектив към БАН, This page was last edited on 16 November 2019, at 20:37. V grade, Officer Cross. On the pendant of the obverse there was a stylized inscription with the name of the order and on the surrounding ring there was the motto СЪ НАМИ БОГЪ (God with us) with laurel wreaths below. IV grade, Officer Cross. With time wartime grades with swords in the middle and above the cross were added. „Каталог Български ордени и медали“. Tue, Apr 16, 2019, 7:31 PM. The Order of St Alexander (Bulgarian: Орден "Свети Александър") was the second highest Bulgarian order during the Kingdom of Bulgaria. The sixth grade was made in silver without enamel over the shoulders of the cross. There was a special issue with two field marshal's batons which belonged to Tsar Ferdinand. III grade, Commander Cross. The Grand necklace consisted of thirty interconnected medallions with crowned lions, alternated with the monogram of the founder Knyaz Alexander I and eight edges Orthodox Cross. The other grades are like the first issue but smaller in size. It was originally established by the Soviet Union as a military honour during World War II, more precisely by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Sovietof the USSR of July 7, 1942. The Ottoman sultans Abdul Hamid II and Mehmed V were respectively awarded the Grand and Lesser Necklace of the Order of St Alexander with diamonds. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 27. The cross was with white enamel, it was worn with red ribbon and had a star. Per Statut vom 2. bzw. Im rot emaillierten Medaillon sind in Altkyrillischer Schrift die Worte St. Alexander zu lesen. Modell) zur Verwendung. The cross was with white or green enamel (according to the emission), it was worn with red ribbon and had no star. An Order of St. Alexander, IV Class Officer, with Case, by C.F. I grade, Grand Cross. It had its own eight-ray silver star with the obverse of the order placed in the middle. The star was of similar design with green ring around the crowned lion on red background. An Order of St. Alexander, 5th Class, Knight, by Rothe, Wien $240. Der St. Alexander-Orden (bg: Свети Александър) wurde am 25. Could have sworn Id posted this years ago but after doing a number of searches and being unable to find it I decided to scan and post it. Mounted on original ribbon. II grade, Grand Officer Cross. The cross was with white enamel, it was worn on the chest with triangle red ribbon, it had no star. View. The Order of St Alexander (Bulgarian language: Орден "Свети Александър" The Lesser Necklace was similar to the Grand Necklace but in smaller size. View; EU17019 Add to Compare. It had its own eight-ray silver star with the obverse of the order placed in the middle. August 1888 erfolgte durch Fürst Ferdinand I. von Bulgarien eine Erweiterung auf sechs Klassen und für Souveräne wurde eine Collane zum Großkreuz eingeführt. The Grand necklace consisted of thirty interconnected medallions with crowned lions, alternated with the monogram of the founder Knyaz Alexander I and eight edges Orthodox cross. Тодор Петров, „Ордени и медали в България“. The order had a while enamelled maltese cross with golden or silver edges according to the grade. The Order of St Alexander (Bulgarian language: Орден "Свети Александър" ) was the second highest Bulgarian order during the Kingdom of Bulgaria. The cross was with white enamel, it was worn with red ribbon and had a star. Atop the cross was a royal crown. With time wartime grades with swords in the middle and above the cross were added. It was established by Knyaz Alexander I and named after his patron saint (Alexander Nevsky). ) was the second highest Bulgarian order during the Kingdom of Bulgaria. Nach der Ausrufung zum Königreich kam danach eine eckige Krone (2. Веселин Денков, „Българските ордени и медали 1878 - 2002“. Awarded to senior state officers and military personnel. Schwertern am Ring (für Inhaber, die eine niedere Stufe mit Schwertern besaßen) hierbei wurden dazu zwei gekreuzte Schwerter zwischen Kreuz und Tragering angebracht. Contained within original case of issue, case very fine condition. The Ottoman sultans Abdul Hamid II and Mehmed V were respectively awarded the Grand and Lesser Necklace of the Order of St Alexander with diamonds. The order had a white enamelled cross pattée with golden or silver edges according to the grade. The Order of Alexander Nevsky (Russian: орден Александра Невского) is an order of merit of the Russian Federation named in honour of saint Alexander Nevsky (1220–1263) and bestowed to civil servants for twenty years or more of highly meritorious service. Articles containing Bulgarian-language text, Military awards and decorations of Bulgaria, Articles incorporating text from Wikipedia, https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Order_of_St_Alexander?oldid=1960502, Awarded with the personal benevolence of the monarch, Great Cross of the Order of St Alexander, Grand and Lesser Necklace. The Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky was abolished after the 1917 Russian Revolution, along with all other orders and titles of the Russian Empire.