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Hello! A close friend of mine asks for help, he bought the Order of the Sacred Treasure of the 3rd class, he looks like that, he cannot take a good photo of the punk (supposedly Namikawa, but he did it with a smartphone). In my opinion there is something wrong with this order and it is either very worn, or it is not necessarily the original. My knowledge is too small to be appreciated, so I present it to professionals 🙂 asking for help.

Thanks !!

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Pretty early badge from Meiji/early Taisho epoch.

The case, the ribbon and the rosette came from the different (much later) epoch.

Put together set.

32 minutes ago, PREM said:

... he cannot take a good photo of the punk (supposedly Namikawa, but he did it with a smartphone).

Looks like the badge is marked with mark.

The correct case (and ribbon) for such order should look like this.

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Życzę powodzenia,

Nick

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You're welcome.

Just in case - another  possible variation of ribbon/rosette/case that is typical for orders marked with ナ.

So called "pink" ribbon.

 

 

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I've asked myself this many times ...

Is there a precise explanation for the use of the pink bars?

(I saw pink bars on many blue ribbons too ...)

Thanx

Dan

 

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