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  1. Hello Paja, thank you for your answer. Yes, this book is it. I have already the book Odlikovanja Socijalisticke Federativne Republike Jugoslavije, but I must translate this sometimes. Ok, if there are no hallmarks on the order, that does not means that the order is not made out of silver, like as the Order of the National Merit. On the online forum “sammler.ru” can be read, that late badges of the 1st class of the Order of the Yugoslavian Flag were made of gilded bronze. That’s the reason why I asked. Have you an idea, which orders from the year 1980/81 are made out of tombac? I know, that all classes of the Order of the Republic, the Order of the People´s Army and the Order of the Military Merit since 1980/81 are made out of tombac. Best regards Richard
  2. Hello Gentleman, I have some questions regarding the Order of the Yugoslavian Flag. I hope some of you can answer my questions. I have a book about Yugoslavian Orders, but the book is written in the Russian language. I already translated some passages about the Order of the Yugoslavian Flag by using an online translator. According to this book most orders were made only silvered and gilded from the year 1980/1981 on. This should also be the case for the Order of the Yugoslavian Flag. There are some pictures from the first class of the order, they show this. My question is: are the orders of the classes 2nd to 5th also silvered or gilded too? If yes, were the orders of the 2nd and 3rd classes made in both forms (one with enamel flag and one with the flag with golden lines)? Moreover, can you please let me know, whether somebody knows something about the flag of the 1st class, shown in the silvered form?
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    People´s Republik of Mozambique

    The same medal like above in gold. AVS: RVS:
  4. Here are the insignia of the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit. Picture 1. Picture 2. Picture 3.
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    Order of Labor

    Hello, have somebody an idea in which years The Order of Labor, first design will be arwarded? And in which periods will the the three variants (MENNICA, PRAWEMA, TIRANA) of the second design be arwarded? Best regards Richard S
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    New North Korean medal

    Hello, I think there is a picture of the medal in the book Military and Civil Awards of the Democratic People´s Repulic of Korea (DPRK) from Warren E. Sessler an Paul D. McDaniel Jr. on page 385. The name of the medal is Review Commemoration Medal. Established: March 26, 1997. Best regards Richard S Here are some pictures of my medal. Averse: Reverse:
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    Pleas help

    Hello, thank you for your efforts. This is a miniature without reserve. This miniature comes from a convolute of a German soldier. He first served in the first world war as a soldier, than he gone to Spain. He was not a part of the Legion Condor. What he has done in Spain is not known. In the second world war he was a translator for Spanish. No further informations are available Best regards Richard
  8. Thank you very much. Cheers Richard
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    Pleas help

    Hello, have someone an idea about this medal? Thank you Richard
  10. Hello, have someone an idea witch ranking has this medal in the sovjet medal system? Best regards Richard
  11. Richard S

    Order for distingushed in work

    Thank you very much to all.
  12. And here is my Order of Merit, Knight of the Democratic Republic of Congo with document. Avers: