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Kingdom of Caid
A token of a silver brooch in the form of four crescents conjoined in saltire horns outward, engraved with the sigil of the King, and often decorated with a semi-precious stone or other designs.
(Four crescents conjoined in saltire horns outward is also the badge of the Kingdom, and is known as the "Cross of Caid".)
The Sigillum Regis is bestowed by the King on those found to have been of special support during the reign. This award is traditionally granted at the Crown's final court.
The Signum Reginae was the original award given on 06/02/1979 by Martin and Neptha, so the Queen could honor those who served her well during her reign. The Sigillum Regis was added on 06/06/1998 by Rørik and Karina, so the King could honor those who served him well during his reign. The Signum Regni was added on 05/31/2003 by Gerhart and Una so the Crown could jointly recognize those who have served them well during their reign.
Today the Crown has the choice of giving the Signum Reginae and/or Sigillum Regis, or just the Signum Regni upon stepping down.
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