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  • Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named
  • Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named

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Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named

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Netherlands, Kingdom. An Order of Orange-Nassau, IV Class Officer Case, Named

(Ordre van Oranje-Nassau). Instituted in 1892. Hardshelled design on both the lid and base with a orange simulated leather-look cloth exterior, the lid bearing the Royal Netherlands crown in gold-coloured ink, named in handwritten black ink "J. C. RENARD" on the bottom, maker marked "L'AJA DAS CONDECORAÇÕES HELDER CUNHA LISBOA PORTUGAL" on the blue satin inside lid, blue felt recessed medal bed, push release closure missing its cap, measuring 62 mm (w) x 130 mm (h) x 20.5 mm (d), wear and scuffing evident on the exterior, fine.

 

Footnote: The Order of Orange-Nassau is a civil and military Dutch order of chivalry founded on April 4, 1892 by the Queen regent Emma, acting on behalf of her under-age daughter Queen Wilhelmina. The order is a chivalric order open to "everyone who has earned special merits for society". These are people who deserve appreciation and recognition from society for the special way in which they have carried out their activities. The lower grades of the order are comparable with the ranks of the Order of the British Empire in the United Kingdom, but titles, prefixes or post-nominals (other than academic ones) are not used in the Netherlands (the only exception being for members of the Military William Order).

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