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eMedals-Romania (Socialist Republic). Order of the Star of the People's Republic, III Class

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Romania (Socialist Republic). Order of the Star of the People's Republic, III Class

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Romania (Socialist Republic). Order of the Star of the People's Republic, III Class

Multi-piece construction, in silver, with a gilt "RSR" (Republica Socialistă România) coat-of-arms, mounted to an orange enamelled disk in the centre, surrounded by twenty-two glass stones, within a gilt wreath of laurel leaves, measuring 62.3 mm (w) x 60.2 mm (h), horizontal pinback, enamels and stones intact, light contact, near extremely fine.

Footnote: The Order of the Star of Romania has a long history, being founded originally as a royal order on May 10, 1877, one of the first acts of the newly independent Romanian principality, to reward outstanding military and civil service to the state. After the Second World War, the new Communist regime instituted its successor in 1948 as the Order of the Star of the Romanian People's Republic, the country’s most senior decoration, as a political award for public servants, diplomats, members of the ruling party and social and cultural personalities for achievements in establishing close relations with Romania’s Communist allies. The name of the Order was changed in 1966 to the Order of the Star of the Romanian Socialist Republic, following the change of name of the Republic soon after the accession to power of Nicolae Ceauşescu. A new version of the Order (as the Order of the Star of Romania) was established in 1990 after the overthrow of the Communist regime.

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