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Lot 193A
The Royal Victorian Order,
Sold for £408 (US$ 682) inc. premium
Lot Details
The Royal Victorian Order,
C.V.O., Commander's neck badge, in silver-gilt and enamel, numbered on reverse (C628). A fair proportion of gilding has been polished away, otherwise very fine. (1)
  1. John Millensted
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    United Kingdom
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