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eMedals-China, Republic. An Order of the Resplendent Banner, V Class Commander, c.1935

Item: W6192

China, Republic. An Order of the Resplendent Banner, V Class Commander, c.1935

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China, Republic. An Order of the Resplendent Banner, V Class Commander, c.1935

In silver with blue, white, red and yellow enamels, two red stars on top designating it as V Class, number stamped "3311" on the reverse, measuring 57.5 mm x 57.5 mm inclusive of its integral ring, light crazing evident in the white enamels on the star points at 4:30 and 6 o'clock, otherwise the enamels are intact, the silver loop sewn in place to its original full-length neck ribbon, snap closure on the ribbon marked "SANHO 550", near extremely fine. Accompanied by its 36 mm (w) x 10 mm (h) ribbon bar, its 14.5 mm (w) x 4.2 mm (h) enamelled ribbon bar on a 35.3 mm long stickpin and its 15.7 mm (w) x 17.5 mm (h) miniature in bronze gilt with blue and white enamels, on its original ribbon suspended from a hanger with a 35 mm long stickpin. In their hardshelled case of issue, reddish-brown dimpled exterior, the lid bearing the Republic of China insignia in silvered metal with blue enamels, within a wreath and text in gold-coloured ink, inside lid in white stain and bearing the name of the Order, the base lined in orange-yellow felt, incorporating a raised platform with recessed medal beds for the badge and ribbon bar, along with embroidered loops to secure the ribbon bar and miniature in place, latch closure, hinged along the back edge, measuring 98 mm (w) x 155 mm (h) x 32.5 mm (d), light wear evident on the corners on the exterior, the inside lid with pen ink marks on the white satin, case also near extremely fine.
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