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  • A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group
  • A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group
  • A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group
  • A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group
  • A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group

Item: EU14164

A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group

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A First War Greek Officer's Miniature Group

Greece; Order of the Redeemer, Officer's Cross, Type II (1863-1924 and 1935-1984) (four-piece construction, silver gilt with green, white and blue enamels, Gold centrepieces, unmarked, 14 mm x 22.8 mm inclusive of its crown suspension); Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Order of the Orthodox Crusaders, Officer (three-piece construction, silver with green and black enamels, Gold centrepieces, unmarked, 12 mm x 23 mm); Romania (Kingdom): Order of the Crown of Romania, Officer, Type I (1881-1932) (four-piece construction, silver gilt with red and white enamels, unmarked, 15.2 mm); and Serbia: Order of the White Eagle, 4th Class, Officer, Type II (1903-1941) (four-piece construction, silver with white enamels, Gold and red enamelled centrepieces, unmarked, 11.2 mm x 25.2 mm inclusive of its crown suspension). Mounted to a suspension with dual prong pinback, rosette on each of the original ribbons, intact enamels, extremely fine.
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