DescriptionInsignia, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Republic of France, in gold and enamels, made by Arthur Bertrand of Paris, in the original fitted case. In fine condition. Presented to Harwood by President Gaston Doumergue of France. Also included is the original bestowal document to Ralph Endersby Harwood, one partially printed pages page, 22" x 17.25", Paris, May 10, 1927 and the Buckingham Palace document signed by Sir Frederick Ponsonby informing Harwood that King George V has granted permission to wear the Legion of Honor, 8" x 13", London, May 25, 1927.
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