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  • Cross laureate of St. Ferdinand (Great Cross 1811-1815). Made with silver scales on embroidered green laurel bouquets. Circular center with the image of St. Ferdinand and in the border the inscription "Al Mérito Militar".

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  • First Class Plaque (1855-1920). Cross of arms polished in silver without laurel bouquets. Circular center with cross formed by four swords on a white enameled background and comment in blue enamel "For the Military Merit". Enamels and cross in perfect condition.

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  • First Class Plaque (1855-1920). Cross of arms polished in silver, withouo leaurel bouquets. Circular center with cross formed by four red swords on a white enameled background and comment in blue enamel "For the Military Merit". Enamels and cross in good condition (slight loss of enamel in the border).

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  • First Class Plaque (1855-1920). Cross of arms polished in silver, without laurel bouquets. Circular center with cross formed by four red swords on a white enameled background and comment ""For the Military Merit". Enamels and cross in nice condition. The reverse has lost the closing pin.

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  • First Class Breast Star. With four arms in silver. Circular center. On white enameled background, cross formed by four swords enameled in red (enamel loss). The set bordered in blue enamel (enamel loss) with inscription "To the Military Merit". Reverse flat.

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  • Set belonging to the Very Honorable Swynfen Thomas Carnegie (1813-1879) for his service under the command of "HMS Castor" in the First Carlist War (1835-37). Auctioned by Sotheby's in 1994. Composed of 1) First Class Cross of the Order of San Fernando. Daily Cross made in gold an enamels; perfect condition. 2) Officer Cross (1815-1920), 33x31mm, made in...

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  • Cross in gold for French Officer. Four-armed cross enameled in white over a laurel wreath in green enamel. Circulan center with allegory of St. Ferdinand with background in gold bordered with a blue enameled inscription "To the Military Merit". Reverse, two spheres over a background in gold and the inscription "The King and the Homeland". On the top,...

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  • Golden Cross Laureate, for French officers (expedition 1822). Cross of enameled arms on laurel bouquets (looking downwards) in green (the enamel on the lower left has com off slightly). Circular center; image os San Fernando and blue border (slightly dented). Back side; two superimposed spheres and blue border. Original ribbon with rosette for officer.

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  • Golden Cross, laureate, for French officers (expedition of 1822). White enameled arms and laurels (downwards) in green. Loss of enamel in upper righjt arm (front and back). Circular center with image of San Fernando then in the reverse two overlapping spheres. Border in blue with comment "To the King and the Fatherland" with loss of enamel in its lower part.

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  • Princess style medal bar with two medals: 1) Royal an Military Order of San Fernando. Laureate Cross for officers (1815-1920). In gold. Slight loss of enamels. 2) Hybrid French Legion of Honor (Restoration/Monarchy) in silver. Retains 70% of its enamels. Otriginal ribbons.

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  • Tribute of the "Banda de la Gran Cruz" in its "princess" size. Weight: 4'15grs. Dimension: 30x20mm. Enameled arms in white (enamel loss in its left arm). Cross of arms over green laurel bouquet. Central circle over gold background, San Fernando, and blue border with comment "For the Military Merit". Reverse on white background, comment "The King and the...

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  • Cross in gold, laureate of San Fernando for officers. Size "princess". Enamels in very good condition. Original ribbon with French style rosette. Dimension: 28mm x 21'9mm. It belonged to JEAN CHARLES MARIE BENTABOLE, Colonel Chief of Staff in the Army of the "Cien Mil hijos de San Luis" ("One Hundred Thousand Sons of St. Louis") who crossed the Pyrenees...

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