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  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross
  • Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross

Item: G8665

Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross

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Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross

Order of the Crown - Commander’s Cross - Order of the Crown - Commander's Cross, in Gold and enamels, Type II (Large Crown), measures 52mm x 52mm, mounted as worn on a short, narrow, original neck ribbon; of very fine quality manufacture, with excellent details and fine quality enamels, marked "N" on the bottom arm, no chipping to enamels, in extremely fine condition; contained within fitting case of issue, circa 1900.
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