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In fact, only White Lion counts as a possibility, White Eagle having light blue stripes, not white.

Thanks for the input. The stripes appeared white and this is why the White Lion was my first guess, but I could not exclude the possibility that the stripes were in fact very light blue and appeared white in the light of the camera flash.

But there is another way to to identify the sash. Is the size and location of the stripes OK for either possibility? I think the White Eagle had the stripes quite close to the edge in contrast to the White Lion.

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On 08/03/2009 at 01:49, Carol I said:

Order of St. Sava with brilliants (Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes)

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Attributed to Queen Maria

Additional image of this order, thanks to Igor O.

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