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  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)
  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)
  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)
  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)
  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)
  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)
  • Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)

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Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)

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Mexico, Imperial. An Order of the Mexican Eagle, Collar (Collectors Copy)

(Orden del Águila Mexicana). Instituted 1 January 1865 by Emperor Maximilian I. 1865-1867 issue. Post 1945 - Copy. In silver gilt, a reduced-size Collar consisting of ten crowned monograms of Maximiliano I MMI (Maximilian I of Mexico) with red enamel details, alternating by ten Mexican golden eagles holding a partially green enamel snake on its beak, standing upon a green enamelled cactus, with each medallion featuring plain reverse, chain ends clasped by two loops with catch, measuring 365 mm length, with minor green enamel loss and tarnished silver, in very good condition.

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