Order of Redeemer, Gold cross [Τάγμα του Σωτήρος, Χρυσούς Σταυρός]
The established of the Order of the Redeemer was decided by the Fourth National Assembly at Argos in 1829, during the final year of the Greek War of independence. The decision was not made not immediately implemented, however the relevant decree was signed in Nafplio by the Regency Council in the name of King Otto on May the 20th, 1833. According to the decree of establishment, the name of the Order “shall recall the, by divine assistance miraculously and fortuitously accomplished, salvation of Greece”. The badge is made of gold.