King Georg (Georgios) I of Greece

Two variations

Georg was the second son of Christian IX, and was chosen to be the new King of Greece when the Greek monarchy was restored in 1863.  He ruled until his death in 1913.  Plaques issued to commemorate his death show both the Danish and Greek flags at the bottom, and have crossed ribbons at the top in red and white (Denmark's colors) and blue and white (Greece's colors).  They were issued in two variations, with either the Danish or Greek spelling of his name, as shown below.  


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