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Die ersten zwanzig Inhaber der Sonderstufe des Großkreuzes des Verdienstordens der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 

Dornelles Vargas, Dr. Getuillo, Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten von Brasilien 
Odria, Manuel A., Divisionsgeneral und Präsident der Republik Peru 
Perón, Juan,, Präsident der Argentinischen Nation 
Rojas Pinilla, Gustavo, Staatspräsident der Republik Kolumbien 
Ibánez del Campo, Carlos, Präsident der Republik Chile 
Einaudi, Prof. D. Luigi, Präsident der Italienischen Republik 
Paul I., König der Hellenen 
Jiménez, Marcos Perez, Oberst, Präsident der Republik Venezuela 
Ruiz Cortines, Adolfo, Staatspräsident der Vereinigten Staaten von Mexiko 
Bayar, Ceial, Staatspräsident der Türkischen Republik 
Haile Selassie I., Kaiser von Äthiopien 
Velasco Ibarra, Dr. José Maria, Präsident der Republik von Ekuador 
Martinez Trueba, Andrés, Staatspräsident der Republik Uruguay 
Osorio, Oscar, Staatspräsident von El Salvador 

Paz Estenssoro, Dr. Victor, Staatspräsident der Republik Bolivien 
Asgeirsson, Asgeir, Präsident der Republik Island 
O'Ceallaigh, Seán T., Präsident von Irland 
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Schahinschah von Iran 
Soraya Pahlavi, Kaiserin von Iran 
Trujillo Molina, Héctor Bienvenido, Präsident der Dominikanischen Republik 


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14 hours ago, Gordon Craig said:


Thanks for the quick response.  I am familiar with this site.





from this site 


from 1951 to 1961 - 
403  Grosskreuzes 
52 Sonderstufe of Grosskreuzes

from 1951 to 1976 - 
1148 Grosskreuzes 
147 Sonderstufe of Grosskreuzes 

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Yes, I have only GK ... 

Many another orders, but all was unkomplect - stars without cross or cross wothout star . 

In this eBay store from Madrid 


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