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  •  Ethiopia. An Order of Emperor Menelik II, Officer
  •  Ethiopia. An Order of Emperor Menelik II, Officer
  •  Ethiopia. An Order of Emperor Menelik II, Officer
  •  Ethiopia. An Order of Emperor Menelik II, Officer

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Ethiopia. An Order of Emperor Menelik II, Officer

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Ethiopia. An Order of Emperor Menelik II, Officer

In bronze gilt with red and green enamels, unmarked, 48.7 mm (w) x 74.5 mm (h) inclusive of its crown suspension, without ribbon, intact enamels, extremely fine.

Footnote: The Order of Menelik II is an Ethiopian order established in 1924 by then-Regent Tafari Makonnen, during the reign of Empress Zewditu I, to honour the memory of Emperor Menelik II. It was often referred to as the Order of the Lion, for the lion depicted in the center of the red and green cross.The honour was designed by the Parisian firm Arthus-Betrand, and is presented in five grades: Knight Grand Cross, Knight Commander, Commander, Officer and Member.

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