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  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930
  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930
  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930
  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930
  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930
  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930
  • Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930

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Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930

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Czechoslovakia, Republic. An Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer Case, c.1930

(Řád Bílého lva). Instituted in 1922. Hardshelled, deep red thatched-look cloth exterior, Czech lion in silver-coloured ink on the lid, maker marked "KARNET & KYSELY PRAHA" on the white satin inside lid, navy blue velvet recessed medal bed, hinged, push release, measuring 62.5 mm (w) x 138.5 mm (h) x 24 mm (d), extremely fine.

Footnote: The Order of the White Lion was created as an award for merit by Czechoslovakia for foreign citizens. The Order was established in two divisions, Civil (with two crossed palms above the badge) and Military (with two crossed swords above the badge); in five classes: I Class with collar, I Class Grand Cross, II Class Grand Officer, III Class Commander, IV Class Officer and V Class Knight, along with a I Class Gold Medal and II Class Silver Medal.

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