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It looks like either the Russian Order of St. Andrew (albeit it is seldom seen worn like that) or Russian Order of the White Eagle (more likely to be worn in that manner). Considering the Duke's status, I would vote for the first. I cannot figure out either, what the silver medal could be.
This could be, although I'm not entirely convinced, given the slender nature of the arms of the cross.
It would be incorrect that a wartime decoration be worn behind the centenary medal. Given the shape and size of the medal I also doubt this is a OK2. I wonder when this picture was taken, if it were to be taken after 1922 it would mean that he had gotten another decoration. Had the picture been taken in 1922 or before it could be an unofficial award. Perhaps something Freikorps/Kriegerverein related?
The nose - the chin (!) - the eye sockets - you could be right.
Jones bore a strong resemblance to Wellington and was sometimes mistaken for him.
Would any of the experts be so kind as to enlighten us with respect to the uniform?