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eMedals-Bulgaria, Kingdom. An Order of St. Alexander, V Class Knight with Crown, c.1935

Item: EU17849

Bulgaria, Kingdom. An Order of St. Alexander, V Class Knight with Crown, c.1935

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Bulgaria, Kingdom. An Order of St. Alexander, V Class Knight with Crown, c.1935

(Орден "Свети Александър"). Instituted in 1881. Type II with Imperial Crown. In silver with red, white and green enamels, measuring 39.3 mm (w) x 76 mm (h) inclusive of its crown suspension, chipping and loss evident in two green jewels on the obverse and in one red jewel on the reverse at the base of the crown, repair in the white enamels on one jewel on the reverse, otherwise the enamels are intact, original triangular ribbon with hook and eye, near extremely fine.

 

Footnote: The Order of St Alexander was the second highest Bulgarian order during the Kingdom of Bulgaria. It was established by Knyaz Alexander I with a decree on December 25, 1881, named in honour of the patron saint of Alexander Battenberg. Initially it was planned to have five grades and a necklace but subsequently four grades and grand and lesser Necklace were formed, with a Grand Cross being added in 1908. In time, wartime grades with swords in the middle and above the cross were added. The order was awarded to Bulgarian and foreign citizens with the personal benevolence of the Bulgarian monarch, who was the Grand Master.

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