Order of St Olav with swords II class. The Royal Norwegian Order of Saint Olav was instituted by King Oscar I of Norway and Sweden on 21th of August 1847, as a distinctly Norwegian order. It is named after King Oscar II, known to posterity as St. Olav. The badge is made of silver and it is the second (1905-1937) type made by Tostrup. The badge is not in the correct case, the case is the 1958 type. 641 recipients in total between 1905-1937.