Book Available for Purchase – Chinese Orders (1862-1955)

This book features:

1) More than 90% of all Chinese Orders types ever awarded;

2) About 175 sets of high quality Chinese Orders pictures;

3) Recent reference prices of each item in the international trading market and private sales;

4) Five sets of very rare Qing Dynasty Orders documentations in the appendix;

5) Hard cover upholstered in silk;

6) 210 pages.

The price of the book is US$350 + US$35 international shipping.

We accept PayPal, money order, and Western Union.

To purchase, please contact us by email at admin@chinesemedal.com

Chinese Orders (1862-1955) [ISBN 978-0-9781539-2-2]

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6 responses to “Book Available for Purchase – Chinese Orders (1862-1955)

  1. Allan Lee

    Can you help me please. I’m looking for a photo of the following orders:

    1. Fourth Class of the Order of the Excellent Crop and Fifth Class of the Order of the Striped Tiger

    2. Insignia of the Third Class of the Order of the Excellent Crop

    Can you also tell the story behind these two orders and if whether they’re available for purchase in the market?

    Thanks
    Allan

  2. Ron Graves

    I have the medals and documents associated with the Insignia of the third class of the Order of the Excellent Crop. The document is from the British Government, signed by King George V, stating that my great, great uncle, William Randal McDonald Parr could accpet this award. The medal has the original box and the other medal is one with a ribbon that goes around the neck and the actual medal is in mint condition. I want to find out more about this. I also have the Insignia of the third class of the second division of the Imperial Chinese Order of the Double Dragon, also with the British document signed by Kinf Edward VII. These medal are in very good condition but not as mint as the first. Is there anyone who can help me find out more about these. By the way, Parr was Commissioner of Customs in Yatung, Tibet and was later in Kowloon. He had many great adventures, all documented. His son’s Godfather was Sir Robert Hart and I have the Christening cup with their names on it.
    Anyone out there who can help?
    Kindest Regards,
    Ron

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