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The case doesn't belong to the order( but to a Italian neck order....), everything is mixed up and some got lost...

Thanks for your help guys!

It is indeed a Hungarian order of merit.

Thanks a lot Sampo, you have been a great help.

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Hey Paul, 

I'll stick to the antiques and collectibles.;-)

Broke my neck several years ago, in every possible way one can break his neck, doctor told me that day not to do the lottery has I used all the luck I could possibly have in a lifetime.

cheers

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Here is the beast! Can't call it "beauty"; as it has a chip in the enamel in the lower branche of the cross.

I didn't noticed it, however it can be seen on my first picture.

But hey, still a great buy, especialy with the case it came along; a Victor Emanuel III medal case ....My guess for a commander crown order ....

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