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I purchased the Order of the Golden Kite VII class document, very cheap but also very damaged. It looks like this after a minor reconstruction. I have a question, can you get information about who was awarded this order and when? I would be extremely grateful!

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If you want to know something more....

Columns on the left side of the seal :

"Showa 14, Month 4, Day 6"

"The Director of Merit and Medal Departement, Junior 3rd Court Rank, 1st Class Merit Order, Yasumaro Shimojō"

"Record nr. 195.226"

"The Secretary of Merit and Medal Departement, Senior 5th Court Rank, 4th Class Merit Order, Utsunomiya Kouhei"

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5 hours ago, Danny63 said:

If you want to know something more....

Columns on the left side of the seal :

"Showa 14, Month 4, Day 6"

"The Director of Merit and Medal Departement, Junior 3rd Court Rank, 1st Class Merit Order, Yasumaro Shimojō"

"Record nr. 195.226"

"The Secretary of Merit and Medal Departement, Senior 5th Court Rank, 4th Class Merit Order, Utsunomiya Kouhei"

Thank you very much, this is very nice information and best regards !!

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