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Miniature medal of The Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant


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I just got this The Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant miniature medal.

It is not often i seen a miniature medal from Thailand. so i wanted to share it with you all.

The size are 21mm. I could not find any makers mark on it.

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Very nice group!! You know who the group belong to? (Vem mottagaren är)

Little strange that it have the same order in diffrent classes. That is not the way "we" do it in Sweden. 

The order of the White Elephant and the order or the Crown changed its appearances in 1909. The attached document prove that. unfortunately its in Thai. 

The far left medal seams to be the Rajamangala Bhisek Medal, Commemorative Medal on the Occasion of the Longest Reign Celebrations of the Accession to the Throne of H.M King Chulalongkorn.

The second from left seams to be the Rajini Medal, Commemorative Medal of H.M Queen Saovabha Phongsri´s Investiture as Queen Regnant.

order of the crown 1909.pdf order of the white elephant 1909.pdf

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Hi Micke. Unfortunately I don't have a provenience. It's actually not the same orders in different classes, you'll have a Wasa 1st class commander, badge and star, and for the two Thai Orders, the Elephant and Crown, you'll have the same setup, badge and star of the orders.

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