Order of Al-Said

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Order of Al-Said
Wisam Al-Sa'id
Awarded by  Oman
Type Order
Status Currently constituted
Sovereign Sultan Qaboss
Grades Collar
Precedence
Next (higher) None
Next (lower) Order of Oman
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Ribbon bar of the order

The Order of Al-Said (Wisam Al-Sa'id) is the highest order of Oman

History[edit]

The Order of Al-Said (originally Wisam ud-Daula al-Saidi al-Omaniya) was instituted in 1913 by Faisal bin Turki, Sultan of Muscat and Oman. The order had different grades which fell in disuse over the years. Sultan Qaboos reformed the old order of knighthoood in 1982 to bring it to a one-grade order. The new name is "Wisam Al-Sa'id".

Insignia[edit]

The ribbon is red with central green stripe.[1]

Recipients[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PPE agency, the Order of Al-Said awarded to Queen Beatrix

Other sources[edit]