Danish royal items up for auction

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Items from the collection of Count Ingolf of Rosenborg are going under the hammer.

Count Ingolf is the eldest son of Hereditary Prince Knud and Hereditary Princess Caroline-Mathilde, and he would have been King of Denmark if the law hadn’t been changed in favour of Queen Margrethe II. In 1968, he married without royal permission and gave up his royal title.

“We look forward to offering a total of 39 items at our auction. Most have been passed down in the Danish royal family for far more than 100 years. Thus, they not only tell parts of Denmark’s history, but also the personal history of the royal family members,” said Martin Hans Borg, chief expert in royal collectables at Bruun Rasmussen.

The items will go up for auction at Bruun Rasmussen in Bredgade on 6 March.

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