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eMedals-The Most Honourable Order of the Bath,

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The Most Honourable Order of the Bath,


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The Most Honourable Order of the Bath,

K.C.B. (Military) Knight Commander?s breast star, silver with gold and enamel appliqu? centre, circa 1815-20, 80mm diameter, the reverse fitted with continental-style silver double-prong pin for wearing, unsigned but probably of Portuguese manufacture, two chips to red enamel, minor loss to blue enamel of ?Ich Dien? scroll, and partial loss to first letter of central motto, otherwise good very fine and a rare star; it is interesting to note that the centre of this badge portrays the badge of the order rather than the usual three crowns.
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