Order of Cincinnatus may refer to: The Society of the Cincinnati, an organization in the United States and France founded in 1783 to preserve the ideals and fellowship of the Revolutionary War officers who fought for American independence.Cincinnati, OH: 1876. A 17 1/2" x 12" certificate with images of an anthropomorphic pig in fancy attire and a horse as a police officer. The King of the Carnival certifies that Thomas L. Jones, a judge, is appointed to Councillor of State with the title of Earl Chesterfield for the entry and duration of their royal and triumphant entry into our loyal Capital city of Cincinnati. Signed "Rex". Rex's embossed seals at base joined by a ribbon. Letter folds.