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  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930

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Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930

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Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, I Class Star, c.1930

 

An Order of St. Gregory the Great; First Class Breast Star - In silver, center in silver gilt and enamels, 87mm, of Italian manufacture, enamels without chipping, in extremely fine condition.
 
 Footnote: The Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great was established on September 1, 1831, by Pope Gregory XVI, seven months after his election. It is one of the five pontifical orders of knighthood in the Catholic Church. The order is bestowed on Catholic men and women (and in rare cases, non-Catholic men) in recognition of their service to the Church, unusual labors, support of the Holy See, and the good example set in their communities and country.  
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