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If real, rare. This is covered in the correct thread.

I shall merge the three fragmented threads.

Before posting, it is always good to look for previous discussion. It is probably here already.

Edited by Ed_Haynes

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This type is rare?

Please show scan of reverse

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Please show scan of reverse

Bob, do you want to see, specifically, USAF's, or any reverse of this type?

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Bob, do you want to see, specifically, USAF's, or any reverse of this type?

as many as possible - saw your pics but perhaps USAF can also add a scan?

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An interesting early deputy document from Tov Aimag, the province surrounding Ulanbaatar.

The scan looks more brilliant than the booklet really does.

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And a loseup of the recipient, a rather stern-looking truck driver (P05) with lots of ribbons.

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Just noticed we were still missing a scan of this one. Note: no more star on top of the soyombo.

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Thanks for this, Bob. How could we have missed it? But it is QUITE uncommon!

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Here is one that's for sale right now.

Item#310009135725

I have some questions about this one though... does anyone else have issues with the following

The serial number looks weird, the MD mark is weird (different), the finial is less pointy, the second and third symbols are weird (the rings of the symbols are filled), not the same smooth curvature of the flag on either the top or bottom...Sloppy attachment of screwpost...although this could be a repair... a few other little issues...

Anyone agree???

Cheers

JC

ps. forgot to mention the $1355 asking price.....

Edited by fjcp

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Hi JC, these photos currently are posted by anohther potential buyer in a chinese collection forum. Some believe this is a easy-to-tell fake, they mentioned the issues as you pointed out already; others like me are positive for authenticity because it mighty be a different variation due to the high S/N.

I saw a Higher Assembly badge from my friend. it might be interesting!

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Even with such poor pictures, this one doesn't look to me to be at all good.

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Document for People's Great Assembly to the famous Mongolian poet Begz Yavuukhulan (1929-82, so this dates from just before his death).

Outside.

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Inside 2

And the final stanza from his famous poem "Where was I Born?":

"I took my birth in the blue lands of Heaven,

in the stories of Mongolia's famous past,

in the flame of liberation, shining in the homeland of Chinggis Khaan.

And, lost within the wrinkles of the golden earth,

I took my birth in the blue lands of Heaven."

See: http://depts.washington.edu/ccalt/database...here-Was-I-Born

And his lyrics have now moved into current Mongolian popular music. He may be better known now than when he lived?

Edited by Ed_Haynes

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Nice Doc. Ed...

Here is a recent addition of mine....

Not as interesting as Ed's doc but it hasn't been shown yet so here goes...

A Doc from 1977 which means this should be for a B03.

Enjoy.

JC

Edited by fjcp

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Nice. Pending checking on numbers and dates the Battushig numbers/dates should be take as "fluid". A lovely one, though! :jumping::jumping:

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Range of (Aimag mainly I think) deputy badge documents related to following group: http://gmic.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=5226...0&start=100

Top row: 1961 Archangai / 1963 Archangai / 1965 Archangai

Middle row: 1969 (perhaps not aimag?) / 1975 (perhaps not aimag either) / 1975 Archangai

Bottom: 1981 Archangai

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