Rare Order of Saint Gregory, Grand Cross Set, 1st Class, 1831.
Grand Cross Set Miniature, 1st Class, instituted in 1831.
Sash Badge, gilt Silver, 17 mm, enamelled, both central medallions gilt silver, enamelled, original suspension ring and ribbon.
Breast Star, 19 mm, Silver with diamond cut rays, superimposed parts gilt silver, enamelled, original suspension ring and ribbon.
Superb and very rare set in perfect condition! I RR! Very attractive order. Please note: last image is for sample only.
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WIKIPEDIA: The Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great (Latin: Ordo Sancti Gregorii Magni, Italian: Ordine di San Gregorio Magno) was established on 1 September 1831, by Pope Gregory XVI, seven months after his election to that seat by the College of Cardinals. The Order of St. Gregory the Great is one of the five Orders of Knighthood of the Holy See. The honor is bestowed upon Roman Catholic men and women (and sometimes in rare cases to non-Catholics) in recognition of their personal service to the Holy See and to the Roman Catholic Church, through their unusual labors, their support of the Holy See, and their excellent examples set forth in their communities and their countries. The Order of St. Gregory the Great has four 'classes' in civil and military divisions.