Order of Glory (Ottoman Empire)
The Order of Glory (Turkish: Nişan-i İftihar) was an order of the Ottoman Empire founded 19 August 1831 by Sultan Mahmud II. With the introduction of the Order of the Medjidie some sources declared this order obsolete. However, examples are known to have been awarded during the reign of Abdul Hamid II. This was the second highest order in the Ottoman Empire (just below the Order of Distinction).
|Order of Glory|
Order of Glory of the Ottoman Empire
|Awarded by |
|Type||Order of Merit|
|Awarded for||General merit|
|Status||No longer awarded|
|Established||19 August 1831|
|Last awarded||1862 (with exceptions)|
|Next (higher)||Order of Distinction|
|Next (lower)||Order of Osmanieh|
Ribbon bar of the order
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