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  • Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940
  • Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940
  • Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940
  • Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940
  • Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940

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Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940

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Japan, Manchuko State. An Order of the Pillars, III Class Commander, c. 1940

Instituted 1936. A silver cross in the shape of four pillars with four rectangles at each end, with a smooth silver ray between each pillar presenting a pearl at the rays’ end, and two pearls on either side of the base, obverse centre presents a yellow enamelled octagon with concentric black, white, blue and red enamel rings, the exterior ring of white enamel with small silver dots, reverse center bears Japanese script meaning ‘Order of Merit Decoration’, measures 62.87mm (w) x 69.13mm (h), attached to a silver suspension ring and loop, enamels fully intact, light contact wear evident, pearls in very fine condition, overall very fine condition.
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