National Order of Merit, Grand Officer
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The National Order of Merit (Ordem Nacional do Mérito) was established by presidential decree on September 4, 1946. It is awarded to recognize Brazilian citizens and foreigners who have contributed exceptional services to the nation. It is the highest award in order of precedence in the country.
The Order's grades are Grand Cordon, Grand Cross limited to 45, Grand Officer limited to 150, Commander limited to 350, Officer limited to 650, Knight, and Silver Medal.
The Order is very scarce in the market.
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