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    Insignia of the Order of the Nile (2nd Class), Kingdom of Egypt, in silver, gilt, and enamels, made by J. Lattes of Cairo, in the original fitted case. Marked Lattes on the reverse. In excellent condition. Presented to Harwood by King Fuad I of Egypt. Also included is the original bestowal document to Ralph Endersby Harwood in the name of King Fuad I of Egypt, four integral partially printed pages written on page one, 10" x 16", [1927], and the original envelope; transmittal letter from the Privy Purse Office; and the Buckingham Palace document signed by Sir Frederick Ponsonby informing Harwood that King George V has granted permission to wear the Order of the Nile, 8" x 13", London, July 12, 1927.

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    February, 2008
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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