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  • France, Third Republic. A Civil Officer's Miniature Group of Seven
  • France, Third Republic. A Civil Officer's Miniature Group of Seven

Item: EU21117

France, Third Republic. A Civil Officer's Miniature Group of Seven

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France, Third Republic. A Civil Officer's Miniature Group of Seven

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1. France, Third Republic: Order of Academic Palms, II Class Officer, Type II (1850-1955) (Ordre des Palmes Académiques). Instituted in 1808. In silver with violet and red enamels, faceting on both branches of the wreath, on the ball and on the ring, measuring 10.7 mm (w) x 17 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension, chipping evident in the violet enamels.

2. Dahomey, Republic: Order of the Black Star of Benin, IV Class Officer (Ordre de l'Étoile Noire). Instituted in 1889. Two-piece construction, in silver with blue, white, black and green enamels, measuring 14.5 mm (w) x 23.5 mm (h) inclusive of its wreath and laterally-pierced ball suspension.

3. Czechoslovakia, Republic: Order of the White Lion, IV Class Officer, Civil Division (Rád Bilého Lva). Instituted in 1922. Four-piece construction, in silver gilt with red, blue and black enamels, hallmarked with a goat's head beside the number "2" (.925 silver) and maker marked "KK" (Karnet & Kyselý of Prague) on the ring, measuring 14.3 mm (w) x 26.3 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball and its wreath of linden leaves and crossed palms suspension.

4. Romania, Kingdom: Order of the Crown of Romania, IV Class Officer, Civil Division, Type II (1932-1947) (Ordin "Corona Romaniei"). Instituted in 1881. Three-piece construction, in silver with red and white enamels, monogram of King Carol I on the obverse centrepiece, measuring 16 mm x 19 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension.

5. Belgium, Kingdom: Order of the Crown, IV Class Officer (Ordre de la Couronne / Orde van de Kroon). Instituted in 1897. Four-piece construction, in silver with white and green enamels, both centrepieces in Gold with blue enamels, measuring 15.5 mm (w) x 25 mm (h) inclusive of its wreath and laterally-pierced ball suspension.

6. Morocco, Kingdom: Order of Ouissam Alaouite (AKA Sharifian Order of Alawi), IV Class Officer, Type I (1913-1933) (L'Ordre du Alaouite Chérifien). Instituted in 1913. Four-piece construction, insignia in silver gilt with red and white enamels, type I as defined by the inscriptions on the arms on the obverse, hallmarked with an eagle's head on the ring, measuring 15 mm (w) x 24 mm (h) inclusive of its wreath and laterally-pierced ball suspension.

7. Vatican: Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great for Civil Merit, III Class Knight (Ordine di San Gregorio Magno). Instituted in 1831. Four-piece construction, in silver gilt with red, blue and green enamels, measuring 11.2 mm (w) x 20.2 mm (h) inclusive of its wreath and laterally-pierced ball suspension, missing its reverse centrepiece. All but the French award with intact enamels, the Vatican award missing its aforementioned reverse centrepiece, original ribbons, all but the Vatican award with rosettes on the ribbons, all seven awards mounted to a dual strand of fine-link chain in silver gilt, with 28.5 mm long stickpins at either end. Very fine.

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