Грб Краљевине Србије Грб Центра

Under High Patronage
of His Royal Highness
Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karegeorgevich
HIGH
PATRON

Board for Heraldic and Geneaogical Studies
BOARD FOR
HERALDIC AND
GENEALOGICAL STUDIES

BOARD FOR CULTURE
BOARD FOR
CULTURE

BOARD FOR HISTORIOGRPHY
BOARD FOR
HISTORIOGRAPHY

BOARD FOR POLITICAL THEORY
BOARD FOR
POLITICAL
THEORY

Serbian Orthodox Action ''Sabor''
SERBIAN
ORTHODOX
ACTION
''SABOR''

 

ПОЧЕТНА
О НАМА
СИМВОЛИ
Грб
Застава
Слава
АКТИВНОСТИ
Документи
Саопштења
Трибине
Медији
Најаве
РИЗНИЦА
Извори
Мисли
Истраживања
Разно
НОВО(мапа)
ЛИНКОВИ

064/ 201 27 26
czipm@yubc.net













Monograme of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich







Nenad M. Jovanovich






SETTLING OF HERALDIC CIRCUMSTANCES
IN THE PRINCELY BRANCH OF THE
SERBIAN ROYAL HOUSE OF KARAGEORGEVICH







Coat of Arms of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich     His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich







    In Belgrade, on 10th (23rd) November of the year of our Lord 2006, by the Decision of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich, Heraldic Officers were appointed to the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich: Mr Nenad M. Jovanovich was appointed as Herald of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich, Mr Iconpainter Rade M. Pavlovich, Mr Dipl.ecc. Nebojsha Dikich and Mr Ing. Srechko Nikitovich as Heraldic Artists of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich, and Mr Tudor Radu Tiron as Honorary Heraldic Artist of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich.

    Pursuant to the said Decision, the task of settling and systematization of heraldic and vexillological insignia, which were in an inadmissible condition, unworthy of a Branch of the Serbian Royal House, was undertaken.

    Resolving to put an end to such a condition in the heraldry of His immediate Family, His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich, having adopted the proposals of the Herald of His Branch, approved the changes in the coat of arms, inherited from His late father, His Royal Highness Prince-Regent Pavle Karageorgevich and assumed during the nineteen thirties with the approval of His Majesty King Petar II Karageorgevich and Her Majesty Queen Mother Marija Karageorgevich.

    The mentioned changes were made and adopted by His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich on 11th (24th) October of the year of our Lord 2006, and they consisted primarily of disposal of Croatian and Slovenian symbols from the escutcheon on the breasts of the double-headed eagle Argent on His coat of arms.

    The work on the approved changes commenced with blazoning of the coat of arms of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich in Serbian and English language, by the Herald of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich, Mr Nenad M. Jovanovich.

    Upon the Day of Renovation of St. George’s Church in the year of our Lord 2006, the first electronic rendering of this coat of arms was done by the Heraldic Artists of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich, Messrs Dipl.ecc. Nebojsha Dikich and Ing. Srechko Nikitovich, on the level of basic, medium and armorial achievement.

    At this point, the said coat of arms was rendered in CMYK and Pantone colour system, as well as in the versions of: heraldic shading, line drawing, negative, monochromatic black and white, gray scale and versions with reduced details for use in printing.

    Besides that, propositions were set for the coat of arms usage standardization for printing, scaling down and stationery purposes of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich.

    To the abovementioned, in accordance to the changes made to the coat of arms, there were also made changes on the banner of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich, in his heirloom from the year of our Lord 1937.

    Also in accordance with the agreement made with the Herald of the Royal House of Karageorgevich, a version of this banner was made for His Royal Highness Prince Dimitrije Karageorgevich, His Royal Highness Prince Mihailo Karageorgevich and His Royal Highness Prince Dushan Karageorgevich, three sons of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich.

    We would like to point out the fact that differenced versions of arms were made for His Royal Highness Prince Dimitrije Karageorgevich, His Royal Highness Prince Mihailo Karageorgevich and His Royal Highness Prince Dushan Karageorgevich, in concordance with the differencing system devised for the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich.

    The said differenced arms were adopted on the Day of Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple in the year of our Lord 2006, after detailed and direct consideration by His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich and His Royal Highness Prince Dushan Karageorgevich.

    First representative painted rendering of the new version of the coat of arms of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich was made on the Day of Saint Alipius the Stylite, on 26th November (9th December) of the year of our Lord 2006 by the hand of Mr Iconpainter Rade M. Pavlovich, Heraldic Artist of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich.

    This extensive project of protection and standardization of heraldic heritage of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich also includes the production of a worthy bookplate for the benefit of the library of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich in the technique of graphics, by the hand of Honorary Heraldic Artist of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich, Mr Tudor Radu Tiron.

    The work on the standardization and protection of heraldic and vexillological insignia of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich was fully completed by the publication of the internal book of standards entitled “The System of Heraldic Insignia of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich”.

    By the means of the said publication, the results of this important project were communicated to the following: His Royal Highness Crown Prince Aleksandar Karageorgevich, Members of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich, Herald of the Royal House of Karageorgevich, Civil Cabinet of His Royal Highness Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich, Benefactors of this projects and all others who have in any fashion partaken in its coming to life.





+ + +




H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich 
/basic - version 1./ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich 
/middle - version 1./ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich 
/atchievement - version 1./ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)

H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich 
/basic - version 2./ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich 
/middle - version 2./ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich 
/atchievement - version 2./ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)


H.R.H. Prince Dimitrije Karageorgevich 
/atchievement/ (Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    H.R.H. Prince Mihailo Aleksandrov Karageorgevich 
/atchievement/ (Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    H.R.H. Prince Dushan Karageorgevich 
/atchievement/ (Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)

H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich 
/atchievement/ 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Rade Pavlovich)    H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavlov Karageorgevich 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)    Members of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich 
(Nenad M. Jovanovich, Srechko Nikitovich, Nebojsha Dikich)




+ + +




  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  




+ + +




The Badge
of the Herald of the Princely Branch
of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich        The Badge
of the Heraldic Artist of the Princely Branch
of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich




Translated by: Ljubodrag Grujich, Translator of Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism

The Serbian Orthodox Church

The Serbian Orthodox Church Eparchy of Rashka-Prizren - the latest news from Kosovo and Metohija - testimonies on the terror over the Serbs

KOSOVO - The Truth Has no Owner!

KOSOVO AND METOHIJA COMMITTEE OF THE HOLY ASSEMBLY OF BISHOPS OF THE SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

JASENOVAC COMMITTEE OF THE HOLY ASSEMBLY OF BISHOPS OF THE SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

Help the reconstruction of the Holy Serbian Imperial Lavra - CHILANDAR MONASTERY

The Serbian Orthodox Church Eparchy of Western Europe - Holland


The Serbian Orthodox Church Community of the Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos in Zürich

H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Pavla Karageorgevich

H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar Karageorgevich

H.R.H. Princess Jelisaveta Karageorgevich

H.R.H. Prince Nikola and Princess Ljiljana Karageorgevich

H.R.H. Princess Katarina Karageorgevich Foundation

Monarchy Through the Centuries

The Imperial House of Russia

The Royal House of Greece

Serbian Heraldic Society ''White Eagle''

Collegium Heraldicum Russiae

Societas Heraldica Slovenica

Serbian Heraldry Internet Magazine ''The Voice of the Herald''

Russian Orthodox Monarchist Society

The Iconographic Workshop ''Pavlovich''

Publishing House ''Konras''

''Gusle'' - The Association of Guslars of Serbia Magazine

The American Journal of Russian and Slavic Studies









KOSOVO PACT




web-master Take over the banner Take over the banner