Sophie von Hohenberg's locket was a pendant with a picture of Franz Ferdinand's daughter Sophie von Hohenberg inside.
Sophie von Hohenber gave the locket to Indiana Jones, with whom she had a romantic interest, in 1908 as a parting gift. Jones gave her a snowglobe in return.
Jones would wear the locket everywhere he went until at least 1920, and the locket actually saved his life in 1916 during World War I when it deflected a bullet aimed at his chest.
Behind the scenesEdit
There are some continuity issues associated with Sophie von Hohenberg's locket.
Amalie Alstrup originally portrayed Princess Sophie in "Paris, September 1908" (edited into The Perils of Cupid), however when Indiana Jones takes a look at the photo of the princess in his locket in the episode "German East Africa, December 1916" (Oganga, The Giver and Taker of Life), the face of the girl is clearly not that of Alstrup, but the face of the real, historical Princess Sophie.
Also, the picture of Sophie in the 1908 episode is placed in the left side of the locket, while the picture in the 1916 episode lies on the right.