japanese order

  1. Classroom Demonstration Set of Japanese Orders

    Set of replicas that could be created for use in Japanese schools.
  2. Grand Cordon of the Order of the Chrysanthemum from Showa Epoch

    Interesting set from Showa era. Made after 1933 by Mint. See for comparison https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-the-chrysanthemum-with-mark-m.11620/ Case dimensions 158 x 288 x 88 mm. Silver, gilt, enamel. Size 76.21 x 109 mm Weight 93.0 g. Unmarked. Details.
  3. 3rd class Order of the Sacred Treasure awarded in 1919 to Paymaster Rear Admiral Frederick Arthur Frith Banbury

    3rd class Sacred Treasure order from the collection of National Maritime Museum. Banbury's medal bar. He was a staff paymaster serving on HMS Minerva in the Mediterranean at the time of the Messina earthquake in December 1908. He was awarded with Italian medal and order on 16 March 1911. He...
  4. Period Replacement Ribbons of Japanese Orders and Medals

    When your award ribbons start to look like this it's time to freshen them up.
  5. 1st class Sacred Treasure document issued in 1993 to Jean-Louis Wolzfeld, former Ambassador of Luxembourg to Japan

    Private collection. Photos courtesy of the owner. Awarded on November 19, 1993 to Jean-Louis Walsfeldt /ジャン・ルイ・ウォルズフェルトを /. Sacred Treasure order No.10 953 awarded to a foreigner. Emperor Heisei signature. Details.
  6. 5th class Sacred Treasure order of "glued variation" awarded in 1979

    Awarded on May 21, 1979. Document for the new court rank (issued together with order). Order.
  7. 6th class Golden Kite and 7th class Rising Sun orders posthumously awarded in 1938 to Sergeant Major Kumata Maeda

    Both order were formally issued to Sergeant Major Kumata Maeda /前田熊太/ on November 5, 1938 (date when he was KIA). In reality set was issued to his relatives somewhere around late 1939/early 1940.
  8. Cases for Sacred Treasure Order with Atypical Style of Inscription

    These cases could easily be detected by atypically styled upper kanji 勲 - Merit. Comparison with a "typical" inscription for "early" (1888-late 1930s) cases (on the example of 6th class cases). Comparison with "typical" inscription for "late" (late 1930s- 2003) cases. Currently known...
  9. Orders of Sacred Treasure with mark 美 /made by Shobido workshop/

    About Shobido workshop https://asiamedals.info/threads/mark-on-japanese-orders-who-and-when.25816/ 1st class full set. Breast star. Original case.
  10. 1st class Order of the Sacred Treasure awarded to Paul Volcker in 1988

    This set was awarded to famous American economist Paul Adolph Volcker Jr. /September 5, 1927 – December 8, 2019/ in November 1988. Paul Volcker served as the 12th chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1979 to 1987. He previously served as the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York from...
  11. 1st class Sacred Treasure order awarded in 1964

    Exemplary full set from mid-1960s. Badge. Breast star. Details. Sash rosette. Miniature button rosette.
  12. Comparative analysis of 8th class Orders of Sacred Treasure with mark 美

    Two 8th class orders made by Shobido workshop. Both marked with 美. https://asiamedals.info/threads/mark-on-japanese-orders-who-and-when.25816/
  13. 2nd class Sacred Treasure order awarded in 1942 to Colonel Yoshida Shigehiko

    Posthumous awarding. Classical war-time 2nd class breast star. Unmarked. Original case with silver kanji. Post war document (issued around late 1960s). Dated on February 16, 1942 to 吉田 茂彦 - Yoshida Shigehiko.
  14. 8th class Sacred Treasure order with "Pink" ribbon awarded in 1917

    Exemplary documented set.
  15. Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum from the collection of Veste Coburg

    Beautiful set in almost mint condition from Meiji Era. Most likely awarded to Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Ernest II (awarded on April 20, 1883) or Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Alfred (the most probable candidate).
  16. 2nd class Rising Sun order awarded in 1917 to Admiral William Oswald Story

    Currently in the collection of National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Badge. Breast star (note how deformed its rays). Gazetted on August 29, 1917.
  17. Japanese Medal Bars with Korean Orders and Medals

    Nice medal bar with 6th class Korean order of the Eight Trigrams.
  18. 8th class Sacred Treasure awarded for the First Sino-Japanese War in 1895

    Interesting and useful group. Very early badge. Case.
  19. Collar Badge of the Order of the Chrysanthemum from Showa epoch

    Gold. Width 55.07 mm. Height 74.88 mm (inclusive of suspension and integral suspension ring. Weigh 63.4 g.
  20. Mark ナ on japanese orders and medals: when and who

    As for today the exact owner of this mark remains unknown. Presumably mark could be used by Nakata workshop. ナ reads Na. Na for Nakata? At the present time, no empirical support for this hypothesis was found. Manufacturer was active during first quarter of the twentieth century. 4th class...