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  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)
  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)
  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)
  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)
  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)
  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)
  • A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)

Item: W3981

A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)

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A Chinese Order of the Double Dragon; Second Class (1900-1912)

Type II; China (Republic). Multi-piece construction, eight-pointed silver star base, the centrepiece in silver gilt with blue enamels and a large red bead in the centre, the smaller bead in the single eight-pointed star designating the grade has been lost to time, 82.5 mm x 83.5 mm, vertical pinback, centrepiece insignia has been turned 180 degrees versus its eight-pointed star base, traces of gilt remain, chipping and loss evident in the blue enamels, very fine.

Footnote: The Order of the Double Dragon, Second Class was issued in three grades: First Grade for diplomatic envoys of the second rank; Second Grade for diplomatic envoys of the third rank and customs commissioners; and Third Grade for counselors of the first rank, consul-generals and military generals.

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