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The Royal Order of King Christopher I

The Royal Order of King Christopher I: General order of merit awarded generally to politicians and civil servants.

Members who are Citizens of Anderscoft:
As a member of the Order, the Members's name will be added to the rolls and receive an official place in the Order of Precedence of Anderscoft. Members will be allowed to use the title of "Sir/Dame". Members may add the post-nominal letters "OCI" for Member of the Royal Order of Christopher I to signify they being member of the Order.

Members who are Citizens of Foreign Nations:
As a member of the Order, the Members's name will be added to the rolls and receive an official place in the Order of Precedence of Anderscoft. This will be an honorary title, as the Members are not citizens of Anderscoft. They will not be allowed to use the title of "Sir/Dame" as it reserved only for members of the Order who are His Majesty's citizens, but may use "Sir/Dame" should They ever become a citizen. However, Members may add the post-nominal letters "OCI" for Member of the Royal Order of Christopher I to signify they being member of the Order.

Awarded in a superior class (Knight Grand Cross with Collar - limited to members of the Royal Family) and four regular classes (1. Knight Grand Cross, 2. Knight Grand Officer, 4. Commander, and 5. Companion).

Sovereign Grand Master of the Order: His Royal Majesty King Christopher of the Constitutional Monarchy of Anderscoft

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