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  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry
  • Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry

Item: M0438-23

Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry

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Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic. Two Orders of Chivalry

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1. Order of the Liberator, V Class Knight (Orden del Libertador). Instituted in 1880. Discontinued in 2010. Fullsize: five-piece construction, in bronze gilt with blue enamels, measuring 43.5 mm (w) x 53.7 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension, original ribbon with pinback, intact enamels; and Miniature: three-piece construction, in bronze gilt with blue enamels, measuring 14.2 mm (w) x 18.5 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension, original ribbon with pinback, intact enamels. Accompanied by its Ribbon Bar, measuring 36 mm (w) x 12.8 mm (h), with dual push pins, and its 8.3 mm wide Rosette with push pin, in their hardshelled case of issue, red dimpled exterior, Venezuelan coat-of-arms and inscribed "ORDEN DEL LIBERTADOR" in gold-coloured ink on the lid, inside lid in violet nylon, padded and maker marked "N.S. MEYER, INC. NEW YORK, U.S.A.", base with medal bed in navy blue felt, case measuring 128 mm (w) x 190 mm (h) x 35.5 mm (d), lightly soiled on the exterior.

2. Order of Francisco de Miranda, II Class (Orden de Francisco de Miranda). Instituted in 1939. Fullsize: five-piece construction, in bronze gilt with red enamels, measuring 36 mm (w) x 54.5 mm (h), on its original full-length neck ribbon with dual snaps; Breast Star: four-piece construction, in bronze gilt with red enamels, the centrepiece framed within a silvered bronze wreath, maker marked "N.S. MEYER, INC. NEW YORK" on the reverse cartouche, measuring 75.3 mm (w) x 75 mm (h), vertical pinback; and Miniature: in bronze gilt with red enamels, measuring 10.5 mm (w) x 16 mm (h), large rosette affixed to its original ribbon with pinback. Accompanied by its Ribbon Bar with rosette affixed, measuring 35.3 mm (w) x 13 mm (h) with dual push pin points, and its 8.5 mm wide Rosette with push pin, in their hardshelled case of issue, dark teal thatched exterior, Venezuelan coat-of-arms and inscribed "ORDEN FRANCISCO DE MIRANDA" in gold-coloured ink on the lid, inside lid in violet nylon, padded and maker marked "N.S. MEYER, INC. NEW YORK, U.S.A.", base with medal bed in maroon felt, case measuring 125 mm (w) x 243 mm (h) x 47 mm (d).

Together, near extremely fine.

 

Footnotes: 1. The Order of the Liberator was instituted on September 14, 1880 and was discontinued in 2010, being replaced by the Order of the Liberators and Liberators of Venezuela. It was awarded for meritorious services to the country and the community, in six grades: Collar, Grand Cordon, Grand Officer, Commander, Officer and Knight. 2. The Order of Francisco de Miranda was instituted on July 28, 1939 and is awarded for exceptional merit, service to the sciences and contributions to national advancement, in three grades: I Class, II Class and III Class.

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