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Prince Sanetsune Tokudaiji and his documents for “25th” and “Constitution” Medals


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On 11/07/2012 at 03:00, pieter1012 said:

Bokassa might beat Tokudaiji in numbers, but most of Bokassa's grandcross stars were of his own creation, whereas marquis Tokudaiji was recepient of many prestigious European orders such as the White Eagle of Russia, the Red Eagle of Prussia, Iron Crown of Austria, St. Maurice & St. Lazarus of Italy, Legion 'D Honneur of France,Royal Victorian Order of the United Kingdom, as well as some high orders from Asia such as the First Grade of the Double Dragon of China, The White Elephant of Siam, the order of the Plum Blossems of Korea and of course the order of the Chrysanthemum of Japan.

Dear Sir, can you show me the picture of "Tokudaiji"?

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