Monaco , Order of Saint-Charles , Grand Officer medal and breast star , full set in original box .
The Order of Saint-Charles (French: Ordre de Saint-Charles) is an order established in Monaco on 15 March 1858. This order rewards service to the State or Prince.It is awarded by the current Prince Albert II.
Knight Grand Cross
The Knight Grand Cross wears the badge of the order on a sash and the star of the order on the left of the breast.There is a golden necklet that is attched to the Order. It has small empty egg-shaped sections that form the necklet. The badge is sometimes worn attached to this collar instead of the sash.
The Grand Officer wears a badge and a star.The Star of the Order of St. Charles is made of silver. The badge of the Order of St. Charles is worn on a chest ribbon with rosette or on a bow. The star is worn on the right side of the chest.
The Commander of the Order of St. Charles wears the badge on a ribbon around the neck or on a bow on the left shoulder
The Officer of the Order of St. Charles wears the badge on a chest ribbon with a rosette. The cross has a thinner laurel-wreath than the Knight of the Order of St. Charles.
The Knight of the Order of St. Charles wears the badge of the order on a chest ribbon without rosette.
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