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Philippines (Republic): Distinguished Conduct Star. 3rd Type. Gilt & enamel neck badge

Philippines (Republic): Distinguished Conduct Star. 3rd Type. Gilt & enamel neck badge

Important: The insignia is of quality manufacture, by 'El Oro', with makers initials 'J.T. ' on the 'Tie' of the suspension wreath

Through to circa 1984, 'El-Oro / Jose J. Tupaz. Jr' were the principal contractor appointed by the Philippines Government for the striking and supply of official Filipino, Orders, Decorations and Medals

Sold fitted with full length neck riband & fittings for wear

The Distinguished Conduct Star is the second highest - and very sparingly awarded - bravery decoration that can be bestowed upon personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines for acts of conspicuous gallantry

There have been three designs of the medal in use since 1946. The awards were originally worn as breast badges, but from the 1980's the Distinguished Conduct Star is worn on a neck cravat

The medal is rarely awarded and the most recent awards have been issued to those decorated for acts of conspicuous gallantry combatting ISIS and Al-Qaeda inspired terrorist fighters in the Southern Philippines (Mindanao)

An attractive Filipino decoration

Condition: EF

Code: 20762

165.00 GBP


Philippines (Republic): Order of the Knights of Rizal. 3rd Class 'Commander' (Knight Commander of Rizal, KCR) neck badge. Gilt & enamel

Philippines (Republic): Order of the Knights of Rizal. 3rd Class 'Commander' (Knight Commander of Rizal, KCR) neck badge. Gilt & enamel

Dimension: Approximately 54mm

Sold with full length neck riband with fittings

The Order of the Knights of Rizal is the only Filipino award to confer the title 'Sir' on the male recipients and recipients use of post nominal letters after their names representing the respective class of Order they hold, viz

- KGCR (Knight Grand Commander of Rizal)
- KGOR (Knight Grand Officer of Rizal)
- KCR (Knight Commander Rizal)
- KOR (Knight Officer of Rizal)
- KR (Night of Rizal) KOR, KCR, by the recipients

The award is worn by holders serving in the Philippines Diplomatic Corps on formal occasions, with Filipino overseas missions being responsible for distribution of awards to foreign nationals and expatriate Filipinos resident overseas who are recommended for the order

Prominent foreign nationals who have been awarded the highest grades of the Order of Rizal, include King Juan Carlos I of Spain, and former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger of the United States

Condition: EF

Code: 20761

SOLD


Philippines (Republic): Order of the Knights of Rizal. 5th Class 'Knight' (Knight of Rizal, K.R.) breast badge. Gilt & enamel

Philippines (Republic): Order of the Knights of Rizal. 5th Class 'Knight' (Knight of Rizal, K.R.) breast badge. Gilt & enamel

The riband retaining the original mounting bar that is complete with hinged pin and clasp fittings as issued

Sold together with its card box of issue by maker 'A. Zamora & Sons'

The Order of the Knights of Rizal is the only Filipino award to confer the title 'Sir' on male recipients, and use of post nominal letters after their names representing the respective class of Order they hold, viz

- KGCR (Knight Grand Commander of Rizal)
- KGOR (Knight Grand Officer of Rizal)
- KCR (Knight Commander Rizal)
- KOR (Knight Officer of Rizal)
- KR (Night of Rizal) KOR, KCR, by the recipients

The award is worn by holders serving in the Philippines Diplomatic Corps on formal occasions, with Filipino overseas missions being responsible for distribution of awards to foreign nationals and expatriate Filipinos resident overseas who are recommended for the order

Prominent foreign nationals who have been awarded the highest grades of the Order of Rizal, include King Juan Carlos I of Spain, and former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger of the United States

Condition: EF

Code: 20760

SOLD


Philippines (Republic) : Jolo Campaign Service Medal

Philippines (Republic) : Jolo Campaign Service Medal



The reverse of the medal makers mounting brooch with makers name 'El Oro' / Military Jeweler / 'Jose J. Tupaz. Jr' / Quezon City, Philippines, on 4 x lines. The brooch retaining the original long hinged pin and clasp fittings

This campaign medal is awarded for specified active service within the Jolo & Sulu Islands regions. Through to November 1955, there were 5 x qualifying campaigns between 1948 to 1955 for operations involving combat against the 'Moro' bandit leader Kamlon

Through to circa 1984, 'El-Oro / Jose J. Tupaz. Jr' were the principal contractor appointed by the Philippines Government for the striking and supply of official Filipino, Orders, Decorations and Medals

Condition: EF

Code: 19846

65.00 GBP


Philippines (Republic 1946): Military Merit Medal. Gilt & enamel

Philippines (Republic 1946): Military Merit Medal. Gilt & enamel



The reverse of the medal makers mounting brooch with makers name 'El Oro' / Military Jeweler / 'Jose J. Tupaz. Jr' / Quezon City, Philippines, on 4 x lines. The brooch retaining the original long hinged pin and clasp fittings

Sold together with companion enamel lapel pin and uniform riband bar both these later with reverse fittings as issued

Contained within makers card box of issue. This with makers logo and marks on the inside lid

The criteria for award of this decoration was made retrospective to deeds performed at any time since 8 December 1941, including the Second World War campaigns against the Japanese. The medal can also be awarded posthumously

Through to circa 1984, 'El-Oro / Jose J. Tupaz. Jr' were the principal contractor appointed by the Philippines Government for the striking and supply of official Filipino, Orders, Decorations and Medals

Condition: EF

Code: 19850

75.00 GBP