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  • A French National Order of Merit; Commander
  • A French National Order of Merit; Commander
  • A French National Order of Merit; Commander
  • A French National Order of Merit; Commander
  • A French National Order of Merit; Commander
  • A French National Order of Merit; Commander

Item: EU10167

A French National Order of Merit; Commander

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A French National Order of Merit; Commander

Silver gilt with red, white and blue enamels, 55.7 mm x 84 mm inclusive of its wreath suspension, on a full-length neck ribbon, blue enamel repair on the arms, better than very fine. Footnote: The National Order of Merit is an Order of State with membership awarded by the President of the French Republic. It was founded on December 3, 1962 by President Charles de Gaullle. The Order was established for two reasons: to replace the large number of ministerial orders previously awarded by the ministries; and to create an award that can be awarded at a lower level than the Order of the Legion of Honour, which is generally reserved for French citizens.
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