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  • Morocco. An Order of Medhi, Breast Star, c. 1940
  • Morocco. An Order of Medhi, Breast Star, c. 1940
  • Morocco. An Order of Medhi, Breast Star, c. 1940

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Morocco. An Order of Medhi, Breast Star, c. 1940

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Morocco. An Order of Medhi, Breast Star, c. 1940

(Wissam al-Mahdawiya). Instituted August 17 1926 by Prince Mulay Hasan bin Mahdi. A silver gilt six point star, each arm a cluster of nine smooth rays, the obverse medallion presents a superimposed blue enamelled six point star with a small crescent moon and star in each light blue section of the arm, the medallion presents a yellow enamel sun with numerous rays on a brown background with a green foreground, surrounded by a dark blue enamelled ring, the reverse presents a single pin suspension with dual stays, measures 54.60mm (w) x 62.50mm (h), weighs 52.2grams, scattered gilt wear, light wear, enamels intact, overall very fine condition.

 

Footnote: This order is also called “The Order of Guidance.” This order became obsolete in 1956.

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