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eMedals-An American Legion of Merit; Chief Commander Breast Star

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An American Legion of Merit; Chief Commander Breast Star



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An American Legion of Merit; Chief Commander Breast Star

An American Legion of Merit; Chief Commander Breast Star - Bronze gilt and enamels, weighing 91 grams, illustrating a wreath of green laurel joined at the bottom by a gold bow-knot (rosette), a domed five-pointed white star bordered in crimson, points reversed with v-shaped extremities, each tipped with a gold ball, crossed arrows pointing outwards between each of the arms of the star, center with a blue disk encircled by gold clouds, with thirteen white stars arranged in the pattern that appears on the Great Seal of the United States, "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" engraved on the reverse, 70.7 mm x 73 mm, horizontal pinback, light contact, moderate gilt wear on the reverse, extremely fine. Footnote: This order is issued to heads of state or government. However this degree was awarded by President Roosevelt to some Allied World War II theater commanders usually for joint amphibious landings or invasions (The President had this power under Executive Order 9260 of October 29, 1942 paragraph 3b).
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