January 22THE ROYAL HOUSE SAYS STOP: This is definitely not okay
Most people use ad portals such as The Blue Newspaper and Trendsale when finding a cheap sofa or when selling the old PH lamp.
But for now, two completely unusual ads are appearing on the US ad and auction website ebay. Two orders from the Danish royal house have been put up for sale.
In connection with a very special case for the sale of Danish orders, it has been emphasized by the Royal House that this type of trade is strictly prohibited. It informs the royal house in connection with a two-order case, which has been put up for sale privately on the ebay auction site for approx. 10,000 kroner and 1000 kroner.
However, it is illegal to buy and sell this type of Danish order.
- Insignia of Danish order - ie the visible evidence of the Dannebro Order and the Elephant Order, such as the knight's cross - is only assigned to the recipient of the order with a return obligation, which in effect means on loan, it says from the royal house to A4 Now.
This also means that insignia must actually be returned to the royal house when the recipient of the order has passed away.
If the royal house finds that Danish orders are put up for sale, the royal house objects to the sale, and the orders must instead be returned.
According to the Royal House, the orders for sale on ebay now seem to be genuine. The royal house has therefore also contacted ebay to stop the sale.
- As a starting point, efforts will always be made to stop the sale of insignia of Danish orders when, on the present basis, it is considered that the insignia is genuine and returnable. This has also happened in the present case.
Somebody is done with those.