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The rear side is blank. I guess that all three are Polish, but are not sure.

First one and last one have the screwback. The middle has "rings".

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ilieff   

I am almost certain the middle one is part of a chain/collar used by judges in Poland. In this case, the eagle hasn't got any crown, so it means it's from the communist era.

See below a similar chain used today.

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Edited by ilieff

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Thanks for all the comments! I am impressed by the expertise!:thumbup:
Polish eagle has great variety. As the picture.
A question (Hashim.A.Khan): is not the Russian eagle "Double-headed"?

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I agree, the russian eagle has traditionally been double headed but the orb and spectre are two of the most prominent things seen in the russian coats of arms. These badges definitively have similarities with the russian badges though, however you do have a good point that i noticed myself

 

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May not apply to this one.. but Polish eagle without Crown is generally Communist era. The fact these all look of similar manufacture may (may!) indicate that they were made as a representation of Polish insignia across a time frame. Rather than issued items.

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