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  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910
  • Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910

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Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910

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Vatican. An Order of St. Gregory the Great, Civil Division, III Class Commander, c. 1910

(Ordine Equestre di San Gregorio Magno). Instituted on 1 September 1831 by Pope Gregory XVI. A red enamelled Maltese cross in silver gilt with ball finials, obverse centre featuring the portrait of Saint Gregory on a blue enamelled field, surrounded by a ring inscribed S. GREGORIUS MAGNUS, reverse presents a hand etched design, reverse centre presents the Motto of the order PRO DEO ET PRINCIPE (For God and Prince), in a surround inscribed GREGORIUS XVI P.M.A NNO I, suspended from a green enamelled laurel wreath denoting civilian division, measures 55.62mm (w) x 80.73mm (h – inclusive of wreath suspension), weighs 34.2 grams (excluding ribbon), worn on a correct replacement ribbon, small chip to obverse green enamel wreath, and reverse 6 o’clock arm, otherwise very fine condition.

 

Footnote: This Order was founded by Pope Gregory XVI, and it was originally conferred upon Catholics who exhibited zeal for the Catholic faith, and loyalty to the Vatican. The Order is named for Pope Gregory I, also known as Pope Gregory the Great, who held the office from 590 to 604. The civil division is awarded to recognize the personal meritorious service of recipients. The modern Order is primarily bestowed to Catholics to recognize personal and meritorious service to Catholicism and the Holy See, and for being virtuous examples for their local community. Since 1993 it has been conferrable upon women, and since 1998 the Order may be awarded to non-Catholics.

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