A Greek order of George I, 2nd class, grand commander, inside its original case by Kelaidis. Badge in almost excellent enamel condition with original full length ribbon, breast star (plaque) in extremely fine condition with the little crown missing from the central red enamel (very often on the decorations of the order of George I order which have been manufactured by Kelaidis/ probably maker’s error?)
- Grand Cross – wears the badge of the Order on a sash on the right shoulder and the star of the Order on the left chest;
- Grand Commander – wears the badge of the Order on a necklet, and the star of the Order on the left chest;
- Commander – wears the badge of the Order on a necklet;
- Gold Cross – wears the badge on a ribbon on the left chest;
- Silver Cross – wears the badge on a ribbon on the left chest.
A sixth, supreme class comprising a Collar of the order was originally envisaged, but never realized.
As the Order was restricted to officers and senior state officials, an additional Commemorative Medal of the Order of George I (Αναμνηστικόν μετάλλιον του Τάγματος Γεωργίου Α’) was instituted in 1915 for NCOs and common soldiers, junior officials and ordinary citizens. It had initially two classes, silver and bronze, with a third in gold added after 1935.