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eMedals-A Rare Badge of the Member of the "The National Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbia"

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A Rare Badge of the Member of the "The National Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbia"



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A Rare Badge of the Member of the "The National Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbia"

Kingdom of Serbia; Badge of the Member of the "People's Assembly of Kingdom of Serbia" (Narodna skupština Kraljevine Srbije), in silver and enamels, 45.6mm x 55.0mm, of multi piece construction, of excellent quality manufacture, unmarked (likely German made), of excellent design, hand engraved on reverse, very slight enamel flaking, in extremely fine condition and very rare. Footnote: After the Principality of Serbia was proclaimed the Kingdom of Serbia ( 1882 ), the National Assembly continued its work as the National Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbia. National Assembly worked under the then Constitutional Constitution until the adoption of the Radical Constitution ( 1888 ). During this time, the National Assembly was a one-way national representation except in the period from 1901 to 1903, when the October Constitution was in force. In addition to the National Assembly, the Senate of the Kingdom of Serbia as the upper house existed as a lower house. After the declaration of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes ( December 1, 1918 ), the Kingdom of Serbia and its national representation disappeared. The Serbian National Assembly met for the last time on December 14, 1918.
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