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Is there anyone on this forum who knows how many different makers of Danilo order are out there?

Also, can you recommend some literature regarding these variations?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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Thank you Igor! This is very helpful. 

Some of these maker are totally unknown to me.

I've also seen Danilo orders made by LEMAITRE, PARIS and SOUVAL, VIENNA.

It's very difficult to make clear distinction between some of these makers. 

I would love to find out about possible hallmarks from all of these producers of medals and orders.


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Several GMIC posts detail various manufacturers and their hallmarks.  

Not to forget that nowadays Cejalvo of Madrid manufactures Danilo insignia for Nikola II Petrović-Njegoš, Crown Prince of Montenegro.   An image of a Cejalvo made star follows below.   


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