Foreign Medals


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In a beautifully made rose wood case with the Counts coat of arms on the lid showing his awards. The box maker details engraved on the rim. There is a removable insert section containing the following decorations. Kingdom of Spain: The Order of Carlos III, Commander's Cross 1st Class with Breast Star. The Cross is gold, enamelled 22.1 gm. The Breast Star to the Commander's Cross is faceted silver with a golden enamel medallion. There are two hooks and a pin on the reverse and is maker marked No.46 Kretly Palais Royale Paris, 61 gm. The Order of Isabella the Catholic, Commander's Cross with Breast Star. The cross is gilded with enamel silver. The inscribed circle has minimal hairline cracks.38gm. Breast Star to the Commander's Cross is faceted silver, the gilded enamel medallion bears the cypher of Ferdinand VII. With two hooks on back and marked Halley Palais Royal Paris, 56 gm. Mexico: Order of our beloved Lady of Guadeloupe, 2nd Model 1863-1867 Officers Cross, established 1865 for Civil Service, “Al Merito y Virtudes” gilded and enamel silver on ribbon with rosette. 22gm. France: Order of the Legion of Honour, Knights Cross (later award). Complete with ribbons and the two commander’s sashes held under the removable tray.

Box size width 29.5 cm. Depth 29.5 cm. height 11 cm. very good condition and scarce $13500


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Extremely scarce Serbian - Order of St. Sava - brilliant breast star for Grand Officer

2nd model, 1st type. Silver, gilded, with enamel, rear pin marked 0.925. Dimensions 85 x 81 mm, weight 65.45 g. This is the highest class of this order and expertly crafted by hand.


Very attractive appearance showing no enamel damage $1450


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This massive flag measuring 3.9 meters deep by 4.1 meters long is in incredible condition by still retaining full colour to both sides with only minor damage to the edge which does not affect any of the symbolism. The banners centre sports a large Prussian eagle within a shield on a large iron cross surmounted by a Royal crown and surrounded by the important symbol of Prussian Royalty being the collar chain and insignia of the Black Eagle Order. Each of the four corners display three eagles and a crown. Given the sheer size of this flag it would have undoubtedly been flown on a Battleship during Royal visits. 

Originally sold by Helmut Weitze in 2005 for 3500 Euro and described as “Personal Standard of Prussian Prince Heinrich von Preussen the younger brother of Kaiser Wilhelm II and Grand admiral of the German Fleet and used on board the Battleship Castle”.

A unique opportunity to own an extremely rare Prussian Royal Standard of immense size in such outstanding condition