Imperial Order of the Mexican Eagle, Grand Cross

SKU: 01.MEX.0103.102.01

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  • Grand Cross Obverse


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  • date of institution
    January 1, 1865
  • remarks
    The market value of this Order depends on the quality of manufacturer and the composition; it is common to find this order composed of emerald, gems, and diamonds. A higher class in gold set with gemstones is extremely rare.


The Order of the Mexican Eagle (Orden del Águila Mexicana) was created by Emperor Maximiliano I/Maximilian I on January 1, 1865. It was founded as an effort to reach prestige among European monarchies, in order to obtain concessions and diplomatic recognition for the new Mexican Empire.

The Order was awarded to citizens and military personnel, in recognition of outstanding merit and extraordinary services to the State and the Emperor.

The grades of the Order were: Collar, Grand Cross, Grand Officer, Commander, Officer, and Knight.

The motto of the Order is "Equity in Justice."

The Order was awarded mainly to noble foreign recipients from European monarchies. It was extinguished soon after Maximilian I was exiled and executed in 1867.

The Grand Cross was limited to twenty-five (25) bestowals.

The market value of this Order is based on the quality of manufacture and composition. The piece with emerald, gems, or diamonds, are fairly common in the market. This award is rare.


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    $60,000 USD

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    This item is very rare. A higher class in gold set with gems is extremely rare.

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