Cross for Merit to the Homeland, Cross
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Following previous researching, The Cross for Merit to the Homeland has a blurred history and its official regulations are unknown. was authorized in Spain, presumably in 1836. It was awarded during the reigns of Isabel II/Isabella II and Alfonso XII/Alphonso XII.
It is not clear to whom this Cross was awarded to.
There is unknown any official regulations relating to this Cross.
There are known many variants of this Cross.
The Cross features an obverse inscription that translates to "Merit to the Homeland," and a reverse inscription that translates to "Fatherland and Loyalty."
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