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eMedals-Romania, Kingdom. An Order of Carol I, Grand Officer's Star, by Paul Tegle, c.1909

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Romania, Kingdom. An Order of Carol I, Grand Officer's Star, by Paul Tegle, c.1909

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Romania, Kingdom. An Order of Carol I, Grand Officer's Star, by Paul Tegle, c.1909

(Ordinul Carol I). Instituted on 10 May 1909 by King Carol I to celebrate the Ruby Jubilee of 40 years of his reign. In silver gilt, consisting a four pointed star composed of clusters of individual rays, obverse centre presenting a leftward facing Romanian Eagle clutching the Sword of King Carol I and the Royal Mantle in its talons as well as an Othodox cross in its beak, a Gold portrait of Carol I at centre with laurels below, an intertwined ribbon presenting the Motto of the Order in blue enamels PRIN STATORNICIE LA IZBÂNDĂ ("To Victory Through Steadiness"), reverse with principle pin assembly, hallmark 900 denoting silver content as well as maker marked Paul Telge (In operation and a known manufacture of Romanian awards until 1909), measuring 83 mm (w) x 82.5 mm (h), with toning to silver, mild gilt loss from wear, otherwise near extremely fine.
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