Decorations

Order of the Crown (Siam)

Order of the Crown (Siam)

Eight-pointed silver and silver-gilt star imposed on a circlet of diamond-shapes, on seven-tiered umbrella suspension; the face with a tear-shaped gilt-edged red enamel medallion bearing a blue enamel medallion with the gilt Crown of Thai (Crown of Siam); the reverse with a circular central blue enamel medallion inscribed in gilt letters ‘Mor Por Ror’, the cipher of H.M. King Mongkut Rama V, founder of the Order, within a beaded border encircled by a gilt-edged red enamel ring; on original ribbon with rosette. The Order was established as long ago as 29 December 1869 by King Mongkut Rama IV as a reward for service to the state and may be awarded to both Thai (Siamese) citizens and foreigners.


CommanderDate  Command
Ltn. Berger, Gerhard1 May 1905  

Ltn. Saalwächter, Alfred1 Nov 1905  

2 officers decorated with located.

Note: This listing is still being compiled and some recipients might be missing.

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