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D'or et d'argent décorations des princes de Conde et du Duc d'Aumale

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Gold and silver decorations of the princes of Conde and the Duke of Aumale.

Cet ouvrage, réalisé en collaboration avec les Amis du musée national de la Légion d'honneur et des ordres de chevalerie, présente une facette inconnue et inédite de la collection d'Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale (1822-1897), donateur du château de Chantilly à l'Institut de France. Le musée Condé à Chantilly possède en effet le seul ensemble d'ordres et décorations ayant appartenu à des princes capétiens qui soit parvenu dans sa quasi-intégralité jusqu'à nos jours, conservé dans une collection publique. Ils proviennent des derniers propriétaires du château : les princes de Bourbon-Condé, Louis-Joseph (1736-1818), Louis-Henri-Joseph duc de Bourbon (1756-1830), Louis-Antoine-Henri, duc d'Enghien (1772-1804) et Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale (1822-1897). Véritables bijoux, signe d'appartenance à la famille royale ou récompense de bravoure militaire, ces décorations - dont certaines sont des pièces uniques - sont étudiées du triple point de vue historique, artistique et phaléristique.

This book, produced in collaboration with the Friends of the National Museum of the Legion of Honor and Orders of Knighthood, presents an unknown and unpublished facet of the collection of Henri d'Orléans, Duke of Aumale (1822-1897), donor of the Château de Chantilly at the Institut de France. The Condé museum in Chantilly has indeed the only set of orders and decorations that belonged to Capetian princes, which has survived almost to the present day, preserved in a public collection. They come from the last owners of the castle: the princes of Bourbon-Condé, Louis-Joseph (1736-1818), Louis-Henri-Joseph Duke of Bourbon (1756-1830), Louis-Antoine-Henri, Duke of Enghien (1772 -1804) and Henry of Orleans, Duke of Aumale (1822-1897). Real jewels, sign of belonging to the royal family or reward of military bravery, these decorations - some of which are unique pieces - are studied from the triple historical, artistic and phaleristic point of view.


Condition: as new. book is in French

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Author(s):
Astrid Grange; Nicole Garnier-Pelle; Patrick Spilliaert
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
156
Publisher:
Monelle Hayot
Title:
D'or et d'argent décorations des princes de Conde et du Duc d'Aumale

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Gold and silver decorations of the princes of Conde and the Duke of Aumale.

Cet ouvrage, réalisé en collaboration avec les Amis du musée national de la Légion d'honneur et des ordres de chevalerie, présente une facette inconnue et inédite de la collection d'Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale (1822-1897), donateur du château de Chantilly à l'Institut de France. Le musée Condé à Chantilly possède en effet le seul ensemble d'ordres et décorations ayant appartenu à des princes capétiens qui soit parvenu dans sa quasi-intégralité jusqu'à nos jours, conservé dans une collection publique. Ils proviennent des derniers propriétaires du château : les princes de Bourbon-Condé, Louis-Joseph (1736-1818), Louis-Henri-Joseph duc de Bourbon (1756-1830), Louis-Antoine-Henri, duc d'Enghien (1772-1804) et Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale (1822-1897). Véritables bijoux, signe d'appartenance à la famille royale ou récompense de bravoure militaire, ces décorations - dont certaines sont des pièces uniques - sont étudiées du triple point de vue historique, artistique et phaléristique.

This book, produced in collaboration with the Friends of the National Museum of the Legion of Honor and Orders of Knighthood, presents an unknown and unpublished facet of the collection of Henri d'Orléans, Duke of Aumale (1822-1897), donor of the Château de Chantilly at the Institut de France. The Condé museum in Chantilly has indeed the only set of orders and decorations that belonged to Capetian princes, which has survived almost to the present day, preserved in a public collection. They come from the last owners of the castle: the princes of Bourbon-Condé, Louis-Joseph (1736-1818), Louis-Henri-Joseph Duke of Bourbon (1756-1830), Louis-Antoine-Henri, Duke of Enghien (1772 -1804) and Henry of Orleans, Duke of Aumale (1822-1897). Real jewels, sign of belonging to the royal family or reward of military bravery, these decorations - some of which are unique pieces - are studied from the triple historical, artistic and phaleristic point of view.


Condition: as new. book is in French

Author(s):
Astrid Grange; Nicole Garnier-Pelle; Patrick Spilliaert
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
156
Publisher:
Monelle Hayot
Title:
D'or et d'argent décorations des princes de Conde et du Duc d'Aumale

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