Stars are worn by the two first classes, with additional motto, ich dien, for the military members only.
Theirs it is to bear the invisible but princely crest, “ich dien.”
True enough, the motto of the noblest English princedom, “ich dien!”
It consisted of his feathered crest, outlined in diamonds, and bearing the motto "ich dien," worked in jewels underneath.
The motto of everyone, high and low, has been ich dien—I serve.
Beside the king lay his shield and helmet, bearing his device, three ostrich feathers, with the motto 'ich dien.'
"My motto here is 'ich dien,'" she answered, with a flush on her cheeks.
He boasted of having taught the Prince of Wales, and he sported the three ostrich feathers and “ich dien” over his canvas.