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  • Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895
  • Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895
  • Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895
  • Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895
  • Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895

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Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895

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Serbia, Kingdom. An Order of the White Eagle, I Class Breast Star, by G.A. Scheid, c.1895

(Орден белог орла). Institution 1882. Civil Division. 1882-1941 Issue. Of high quality manufacture, an exquisitely made four-armed star in silver gilt, arms alternating double diamond beaded rays with fine, smooth rays, obverse centre featuring a finely enameled white heraldic double-headed eagle, adorned by surmounted Serbian crown and enameled blue tassels, reverse with principle pin assembly, marked by G.A. Scheid, Wein, with an Austrian hallmark for import product made of silver, along with an unknown mark “7”, measuring 87.29 mm (w) x 92.89 mm (h), with minor enamel loss to blue ribbons and presenting slightly bent tips for wearing, extremely fine condition.

 

Footnote: The Order of the White Eagle was introduced by King Milan I on January 23, 1883 (Russian method of dating) to commemorate the restoration of the kingdom of Serbia, proclaimed on February 22, 1882 in Belgrade. The Order was designed by historian Stojan Novakovich, who combined two medieval royal symbols of Serbia: the double-headed white eagle (1309-19) and the red escutcheon with the white cross (1402).

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