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Bing & Grondahl Town plates -Danish Civic Heraldry

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THEME: Copenhagen collector and Christmas plates. Besides the B&G Christmas plates - several interesting plates was issued by Bing & Grøndahl to commemorate special occasion since 1895. Town Plates: Wall hanging plates 9 ½” in Diameter. Produced in 1894-1895 Most painted and signed Effie Hegerman-Lindencrone and Fanny Gaarde .Information is scarce - so if you are a collector and will be able to add to photos or information below - please let me know. To learn about finding the dates of your B&G collector plates - please go here: Dating mark on the factory stamps of Bing and Grondahl Overview with images. Click on photo to see large image. (Copyright).  TEMA:  Jule- og mindeplatter fra B&G . Oversigt med billeder - klik på billedet for at se større billede. (Copyright

 

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BOOKS: Christmas Plates from Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl by Lars Christoffersen

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Aalborg BGAalborg1.jpg (80991 byte)

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The arms are based on the old seal of the city, which is known from 1358, but dates from around 1300. What building is shown is not known, the moon and crescent are maybe symbols for the St. Mary. The waves in the base may be canting.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/a/alborg.htm

 

Aarhus

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The arms are derived from the old seal of the city, known since 1356, but dating from around 1250. The arms show St. Clement with the anchor and St. Paul with the sword, the two patron saints of the local cathedral. In some old versions of the seal and/or arms, the two saints are holding oars. This is due to a misunderstanding of the city name as Åre-hus, oar-house. Actually it is from Å-os, or river mouth.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/denmark.htm

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/a/arhus.htm

Aeroeskoebing BGAeroeskoebing.jpg (78511 byte)

BGAeroeskoebing1.jpg (24074 byte)

The arms are based on a seal of the city, which is known from 1629, but the arms may actually be older. An older seal exists from the Ærø district, from 1442, which shows two trees. The arms are partly canting, an ær is an acorn or a birch.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/a/aeroskob.htm

 

Esbjerg BGEsbjerg1.jpg (77204 byte)

BGEsbjerg.jpg (28766 byte)

The arms were granted in 1903. The arms are based on the old seal of the Skast district, known since 1556. The seal showed a linden tree, to which two anchors were added. The anchors symbolize the fact that the city is one of Denmark's larger harbors.
Between 1892 and 1903 the city used different arms, with a steamer and a dolphin.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/e/esbjerg.htm

 

Flensborg BGFlensborg.jpg (73810 byte)

BGFlensborg1.jpg (25933 byte)

Flensburg received city rights already before 1270 and the oldest known seal dates from 1282. The present arms were granted in 1938 and are based on this oldest seal. The two lions are derived from the arms of the County Schleswig, to which the city belonged. The tower and the waves symbolize the city itself. The small shield with the arms of the counts of Holstein was added in the 15th century. The arms were officially granted in 1901 and were only slightly changed in 1938.
Fredericia BGFredericia1.jpg (77017 byte)

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Fredericia was founded in 1650 as Frederiksodde (renamed in 1664) as a fortress. A seal with the coat of arms (the lion) is known on a document from 1655. A new silver seal, with the coat of arms engraved, was ordered by the town council in 1664. The motto was Pro pace armatus, or Armed for peace, which also explains the laurel branch. The colors are the colors of the Oldenburg dynasty, the royal family of Denmark.
Frederiksberg BGFrederiksberg.jpg (90941 byte)

BGFrederiksberg1.jpg (62953 byte)

The arms were granted by Royal decree in 1899. Frederiksberg was founded as a city with many parks, which is symbolized by the wall and the trees. The crown is a symbol for King Frederik. The three falcons are a symbol for the only falcon training center in Denmark, which was situated in one of the parks in the city.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/f/frederib.htm

Frederikshavn BGFrederikshavn.jpg (83330 byte)

BGFrederikshavn1.jpg (23361 byte)

The arms were granted by Royal decree in 1898. The old Fladstrand village was renamed in 1818 as Frederikshavn, and the arms symbolize the royal crown and the anchor for the harbor, thus making the arms canting.
Frederikssund BGFrederikssund.jpg (64442 byte)

BGFrederikssund1.jpg (27520 byte)

The arms are used since 1870, but the falcon has a much longer history. In 1630 the mayor of nearby Slangerup introduced the ferry over the Roskilde Fjord. His name was Falch Olsen and he lived in a mansion named Falkenborg. The name was also used for the small village around it, which in 1660 became a city and the new name Frederikssund.
Helsingør BGHelsingor.jpg (71986 byte)

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The arms show a ship, as the city has been an important harbor for many centuries. The oldest known seal, known since the 14th century, already shows a ship. The present arms show the type of ship as seen on the seals from the 16th century. A ship is also the symbol of St. Olaf, the patron saint of the city.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/h/helsingo.htm

 

Hjørring bghjorrinhg1.jpg (78719 byte)

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The arms show St. Catherine, the patron saint of the city. The saint first appears in a seal known since 1469, but the style indicates an early 14th century origin. The present arms are based on a second seal from the 16th century.
Hobro

 

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The arms are known since 1648. The arms are canting, showing two knights on a bridge (bro) over the Ho, a part of the Mariager Fjord. Before 1648 the local seal showed also a bridge, but without the knights.

http://www.visithobro.dk

 

Holstebro BGHolstebro1.jpg (77817 byte)

BGHolstebro.jpg (61518 byte)

The arms are based on a seal of the city, which is known from 1584, but are likely much older. The arms show St. George with the dragon on a canting bridge (bro). St. George was the city's patron saint.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/h/holstebr.htm

 

Horsens BGHorsens1.jpg (73752 byte)

BGHorsens.jpg (26569 byte)

The arms of Horsens are canting, the name is derived from Hors, old-Danish for horse. The oldest seal from Horsens is known since 1368, but it probably dates from around 1300. It already shows the horse (see below). The second and third seals of the city all show the same composition. The only seal showing a different composition, is the seal dating from 1660, which shows a standing horse (rampant) instead of a walking horse. When the city applied for the registration of its arms, the image from the oldest seal was used.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/h/horsens.htm

KøbenhavnBGKBH2Stk.jpg (50532 byte) BGCopenhagenCoatofArm.jpg (169511 byte)

BGCopenhagenCoatofArm2.jpg (132096 byte)

BGKBHEffie.jpg (63693 byte)

BGKBHEffie2.jpg (39577 byte)

Origin/Meaning:
The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, known since 1254.The original seal showed a city wall with towers, which gradually was transformed in the three towers. The present arms were officially granted in 1661 by King Frederik III, whose monogram is seen on the middle tower. In addition to the shield itself, the arms showed three helmets, two lions as supporters and many other symbols around the shield (see below). These are no longer used.
Kolding BGKolding1.jpg (74572 byte)

BGKolding.jpg (39192 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, known since 1250. The meaning of the arms is unknown. It has been postulated that the arms are derived from the St. Knuds Guild, who used a lily as their symbol and which was known as the parrot-guild.
BGKorsoerX2.jpg (127094 byte) Korsør BGKorsoer.jpg (60271 byte)

BGKorsoer1.jpg (39617 byte)

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The arms are based on a seal of the city, which is known from 1608. The arms are canting, "kors" meaning cross.

Lemvig

 

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The arms are based on a seal of the city, which is known from 1608. The arms show the local church tower and two unidentified plants.
Løgstør BGLogstoer.jpg (83141 byte)

BGLogstoer1.jpg (44081 byte)

The arms are used since 1900 and show the local church, built in 1892-3. The stars are decoration and have no meaning.

 

Mariager BGMariager.jpg (66918 byte)

BGMariager1.jpg (25331 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, which is known from 1584. The anchor is a typical symbol for the harbor town.

http://www.visitmariager.dk/

Wonderful old city by the Fjord - you should go there once

www.mariager.dk

 

Middelfart BGMiddelfart1.jpg (69065 byte)

BGMiddelfart2.jpg (32180 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest known seal, dating from 1535. The city is an important harbor, which explains the ship. Sometimes the city uses a small fish in the base of the shield to distinguish the arms from similar arms, such as from Kerteminde and Bogense.
Næstved BGNestved.jpg (86987 byte)

BGNestved1.jpg (25103 byte)

The two keys in the arms are known from the oldest seal of the city, which is known from 1280. The keys are the symbol of St. Peter and are most likely derived from the St. Peter monastery in the town, which was founded in 1135. The crown was added in the late 13th or early 14th century. The waves in the base symbolize the Suså river.
After the reformation, the keys were removed, being a Catholic symbol. The town then used arms with only the crown. In the 17th century, the arms showed three crowns. These arms were used until the early 20th century when the old arms were restored.
Nørresundby bgnorresundby.jpg (83035 byte)

bgnorresundby1.jpg (37093 byte)

 
Nykøbing Mors BGNymors.jpg (71294 byte)

BGNymors2.jpg (29980 byte)

The arms are canting, showing a dove for the old monastery of the Knights Templar near the city. The monastery was named Dueholm and was founded around 1370 by Jens Nielsen Due. Due means dove.

OdenseBGOdensenX2.jpg (63477 byte)

BGOdensen.jpg (84903 byte)

BGOdense1.jpg (24121 byte)

BG2Odense.jpg (74110 byte)

BG2Odense1.jpg (34516 byte)

The arms are based on a seal known from 1460, which may be dating from around 1400. The arms show the H. King Knud, who was buried in the local church and, after he became a saint, was renamed the King Knuds Church. The other church besides the saint is the Church of Our Blessed Lady.
The fleur-de-lis is already present on the oldest seal, and it is the only symbol in the smaller seals of the city.
Randers BGRanders1.jpg (83233 byte)

BGRanders3.jpg (47671 byte)

The arms are known from a seal dating from 1524. The arms show the local castle and bridge over the local river. Previously Randers used a different seal, only showing a crescent.

 

http://www.visitranders.com/

 

Ringsted BGRingsted.jpg (74002 byte)

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The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, which dates from around 1300. The arms are highly religious, showing under the hand of God, the St. Mary with child, and a monk, both as a symbol for the important local Benedictine monastery. The two other figures are Duke Knud Lavard (died 1169/70), who was considered a saint and whose shrine is in Ringsted, and his great grandson King Erik (with crown and flowers), who was killed in Slien in 1250 and who is buried in Ringsted.
Roskilde BGMROSLILDE1890.jpg (39373 byte)

BGMROSLILDE1890a.jpg (13702 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, which is known since 1286, but which dates from around 1250. The seal shows a bird over a stream or water, surrounded by a wall. The stream is canting, "kilde" meaning well or spring. The roses first appear in 1384.
The meaning or origin of the bird is unknown. It has been postulated that the bird is an eagle, derived from the German Imperial eagle (the treasurer of the city was a German in the 13th century), or the eagle may be canting (from Høgekøbing, or hawk-city). It has also been stated that the bird is the symbol of one of the main guilds in the city.
Rudkøbing BGRudkoebing.jpg (63284 byte) The arms are based on the oldest known seal, dating from 1535. The main source of income for the city is fisheries, which explains the arms.
Sæby BGsaeby1.jpg (82219 byte)

BGsaeby2.jpg (24077 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, which is known from 1584, but it is likely to be older, due to the Catholic character. The local church was devoted to the St. Mary.
Silkeborg BGSilkeborg.jpg (77348 byte)

BGSilkeborg1.jpg (25386 byte)

The arms are granted by Royal decree in 1900. The arms show the medieval castle and fortress of the bishops of Århus.
According to legend, the castle was founded on the spot where the silk hat of bishop Peter washed ashore, as it was blown off his head when he was crossing the lake.
Skagen BGSKagen.jpg (69881 byte)

BGSKagen3.jpg (47573 byte)

The arms show a grill and a fish. The grill is the symbol of St. Lawrence, the patron saint of the first church in Skagen. The grill also appears on the oldest seals, known since 1535.

http://www.ngw.nl/int/den/s/skagen.htm

 

Skive BGSKIVE.jpg (134697 byte)

BGSKIVE1.jpg (54061 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, dating from 1579, and show the bridge over the Skive Å. The fish indicates the importance of fisheries for the city. In 1976, at the 650th anniversary of the city the city used the arms wrongly, with the fish facing left.
St. Heddinge BGSTHedinge.jpg (80057 byte)

BGSTHedinge1.jpg (26092 byte)

The arms are known from a seal dating from the 14th century, which may actually be even older. It already shows the church, star, moon and goat. The origin of the goat is not quite sure, but it has been stated that the goat is derived from the Klintekongen, a mythological beast or troll roaming the kliffs on the Stevns peninsula.
Svendborg BGMSvendborg.jpg (84994 byte)

BGMSvendborgb.jpg (31771 byte)

Svendborg. SWINÆBURG INSIGNA CIV DE. Marked Kjoebenhavn Made in Denmark B&G 9.5"
Thisted BGThisted1.jpg (78939 byte)

BGThisted.jpg (30145 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, which is known from 1584, but as it shows the St. Mary with child, it dates from the Catholic times. The St. Mary was most likely the patron saint of the city.
Tønder BGTowenderCoatofarms1.jpg (166485 byte) Civium De Tønder Insignia 24 cm
Viborg BGViborg.jpg (86959 byte)

BGViborg2.jpg (52506 byte)

The arms are based on the oldest seal of the city, which is known since 1355, but the style indicates an early 13th century origin. The two figures, dressed as Roman senators, are of unknown origin. It has been postulated that these are two saints, but more likely they are judges or senators. Viborg was the seat of an important court at the time, the main court in Jutland (Jylland).
Literature : Achen, 1982

 

 

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Artist - Kunstner
Michaela Ahlmann
Mogens Andersen 1916 -2003
Lotte Benter figurer
Jens Jakob Bregnø, 1877-1946
Jens Jakob Bregnø 1877-1946
Gerd Bøgelund 1923-1987
Mogens Bøggild 1901-1987
Helge Christoffersen 1925-1965
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Lisa Engquist 1914-1989
Tut Fog 1907-
Rene Gauguin 1881-1961
Arge Geijst 1938-
Jeanne Grut 1927-2009
Carl Halier 1873-1948
Johannes Hedegaard 1915-1999
Gerhard Henning 1880-1967
Peter Herold 1879-1920
Hans Henrik Hansen 1894-1965
Peter Ilsted 1861-1933
Arne Ingdam
Dahl Jensen 1874-1960
Lauritz Jensen 1859-1935
Svend Jespersen 1895-1985
Just Andersen 1884-1943
Agnethe Jørgensen 1918
Sterett-Gittings Kelsey 1941
Søren Kongstrand 1872-1951
Bo Kristiansen 1944-1991
Karl Kristoffersen 1943-
Arnold Krog 1856-1931
Knud Kyhn 1880-1969
Karl Larsen 1897-1977
Gudrun Lauesen 1917-
Carl F. Liisberg 1860-1909
Svend Lindhart 1898-1989
Axel Locher 1879-1941
Steen Lykke Madsen 1937
Theodor Madsen 1880-1965
Arno Malinowski 1899-1976
Ellen Malmer 1942-
Carl Martin-Hansen 1877-1941
Gudrun Meedom 1915-
Grethe Meyer 1918-
Louis Moe 1857 - 1945
Jørgen Mogensen 1927-
Malene Müllertz 1949-
Jais Nielsen 1885-1961
Kai Nielsen 1882-1924
Patrick Nordström 1870 -1929
Karl Otto Johansen 1918-
Valdemar Pedersen 1906-1981
Platen-Hallermund 1875-1965
Ingeborg Plockross-Irminger
Erik Reiff 1923
Ebbe Sadolin 1900-1982
Axel Salto 1889-1961
Snorre Stephensen 1943-
Eva Stæhr-Nielsen 1911-1976
Hans Tegner 1853-1932
Christian Thomsen 1860-1921
Nils Thorsson 1898-1975
Georg Thylstrup 1884 - 1930
Gertrud Vasegaard 1913-2007
Siegfried Wagner 1874 - 1952
Ivan Weiss 1946-
Claire Weiss 1906
Bjørn Wiinblad 1918-2006
Bode Willumsen 1895-1989
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