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OTTOMAN EMPIRE IMAGES PICTURES (142) | par OTTOMAN IMPERIAL ARCHIVES

OTTOMAN EMPIRE IMAGES PICTURES (142) | par OTTOMAN IMPERIAL ARCHIVES

Abdülmecid II (Turkish: Abdülmecit; Ottoman Turkish: عبد المجید الثانی, Abdâlmecid el-Sâni ) (29 May 1868 – 23 August 1944) was the last Sunni Caliph of Islam from the Ottoman Dynasty, nominally the 37th Head of the Ottoman Imperial House from 1922 to 1924, he was born at Dolmabahçe Palace or at Beşiktaş Palace, Beşiktaş, Istanbul, to then Sultan Abdulaziz and his wife Hayranidil Kadın. He was educated privately.

Ottoman Turkish: عبد المجید الثانی, Abdâlmecid el-Sâni ) May 1868 – 23 August was the last Sunni Caliph of Islam from the Ottoman Dynasty, nominally the Head of the Ottoman Imperial House from 1922 to

Ottoman Empire Order of Osmanieh Cross | eBay

Ottoman empire order of osmanieh cross

Ottoman Empire Order of Osmanieh Cross | eBay

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Map of the Ottoman Empire from the 1609 French edition of Mercator's Atlas, augmented and published by Hondius.

Order of Charity (Nişan-ı Şefkat) (Ottoman Empire) – First Class star (most likely an altered 2nd class badge) bestowed upon Leila Jessie von Heidenstam (1849-1921), wife of Oskar Gustav von Heidenstam, Swedish Envoy to Constantinople (Gold, enamels, diamonds, 57mm, circa 1876-1883) From the collection of Ayhan Özcan (obverse)

Order of Charity (Nişan-ı Şefkat) (Ottoman Empire) – First Class star (most likely an altered class badge) bestowed upon Leila Jessie von Heidenstam wife of Oskar Gustav von Heidenstam, Swedish Envoy to Constantinople (Gold, enamels, diamonds, circa

Kanuni esasiye, Türk Tarihi'nin ilk yazili anayasası 1876

Kanuni esasiye, Türk Tarihi'nin ilk yazili anayasası 1876

Order of Charity (Nişan-ı Şefkat) (Ottoman Empire) – First Class Star

A "happy snap" of a spectacular first class star of the Turkish Order of Charity, a women's order.

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