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  • Spain, Fascist State. An Order of Naval Merit, I Class Cross, c.1950
  • Spain, Fascist State. An Order of Naval Merit, I Class Cross, c.1950
  • Spain, Fascist State. An Order of Naval Merit, I Class Cross, c.1950

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Spain, Fascist State. An Order of Naval Merit, I Class Cross, c.1950

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Spain, Fascist State. An Order of Naval Merit, I Class Cross, c.1950

(Orden al Mérito Naval). Established by Queen Isabel II on August 3, 1866. A crowned enameled white four-armed cross in bronze gilt, the obverse superposing by a typical enameled blue anchor along the arms, plain reverse with white enamel, measuring 30.37 mm (w) x 52.72 mm (h - inclusive of crown and integral ring), presenting minor oxidation and toned metal, minor cracked white enamel on the obverse, on original breast ribbon, fine.

 

Footnote: The Order of Naval Merit was established by Queen Isabel II/Isabella II on August 3, 1866. It was founded to recognize the Spanish Navy Force which was taking part in many overseas battles at that time. The Order also recognized the civil and commercial ships who served to the Spanish Navy in combat.

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