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eMedals-A Most Noble Order of the Garter in Gold by Garrard & Co.

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A Most Noble Order of the Garter in Gold by Garrard & Co.



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A Most Noble Order of the Garter in Gold by Garrard & Co.

A Most Noble Order of the Garter in Gold by Garrard & Co. - The motto "Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense" in 18 Gold, mounted on a dark blue velvet coarse, both ends of the Garter including buckle in finely engraved solid Gold (both marked "IE"), borders, stops between words and ornamental scroll in embroidered gilded wire, total length approximately 58 cm (22 1/2"), of very fine quality manufacture, contained in fitted, "Garrard & Co. Ltd.", London, leatherette case, with top embossed in golden letters "GARTER". Footnote: from the Estate-Collection of the Grand Duke of Baden. The case itself dates from around 1912-15, although the Garter itself appears of older manufacture, likely mid to late 19th Century. Very attractive and very rare.
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