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eMedals-A Group of Twelve Miniatures

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A Group of Twelve Miniatures

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A Group of Twelve Miniatures

France: Order of the Legion of Honour (silver with blue, white and green enamels, Gold centrepieces, 14.5 mm x 20 mm inclusive of its wreath suspension, fine crazing and chipping evident in the white enamels); France: Order of Agricultural Merit, Type I (Gold with blue and white enamels, 11 mm x 13 mm); Tunisia: Order of Glory (Order of Nichan Iftikhar), Officer (silver with red and white enamels, cypher of Ahmed Pasha Bey (1929-1942), 12 mm x 19.5 mm inclusive of its bow suspension, rosette on the ribbon); Belgium: Order of Leopold (silver with red, white, green and black enamels, Gold centrepieces, 11 mm x 18.8 mm inclusive of its crown suspension); Cambodia: Medal of Norodom I (Gold, 11.3 mm x 18.5 mm inclusive of its crown suspension); Spain: Order of Isabella the Catholic (Gold with red, white, blue and green enamels, 11.5 mm x 19 mm inclusive of its wreath suspension, missing its obverse centrepiece); Civil Merit Order, Officer (silver with bright blue enamels, 13.2 mm, rosette on the ribbon, missing its obverse centrepiece); Spain: Centenary of the Siege of Zaragoza Medal 1808-1908 (silver, 12.5 mm); Italy (Kingdom): Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, Officer (Gold with green and white enamels, 11.8 mm x 18 mm inclusive of its crown suspension, rosette on the ribbon); Portugal: Order of Business Merit, Agricultural Merit Division, Officer (Gold with green and white enamels, 12.2 mm x 20 mm inclusive of its crown suspension, rosette on the ribbon, chipping evident in the white enamels on the reverse centrepiece, scattered chipping in the green enamels on both sides); Russia (Imperial): Order of St. Anne (Gold with red enamels, handpainted centrepieces, 11 mm); and Romania (Kingdom): Carol I Jubilee Medal 1866-1906 (bronze gilt, 10.2 mm x 12.8 mm). Mounted to a suspension with swing bar pinback, original ribbons, better than very fine.
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