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  1. Really appreciate all of your kind help...
  2. I saw that book on ebay too. It reminds me of good old days hunting Mongolian medals without knowing the background. Sometimes it is more exciting if there is mystery.
  3. Really, it seems very good quality? How possible? People making these fakes need to sell a good volume to make money. I was going to make an offer to the seller....
  4. type 1.3.2 more of these are on ebay now for the price around USD1000. Low serious number under 1000. not sure if these is fair price...
  5. good work, surely we want to see more to come. I will go through my files and see if I can contribute any later.
  6. nice medal, unfortunately these type of medal has no serious number, only certificates.
  7. The design of the badge is a bit unusual, especially the enamel on the reverse side. The obverse is the eagle on the top, it says Class one Merit Medal with two flags. The round one it is also Class one medal with four characters which I couldn't read. I think they could be authentic. Thanks for sharing.
  8. I wish I knew this earlier, a few were sold at bargain price. lucky buyers.
  9. Hi Frank, some part of enamel seems repaired particularly the white enamel on the left hand side flag. This part looks to me thicker than the red and yellow ones above. So it could be repaired before. Apart from that, the medal itself looks authentic to me.
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    Japanese Manchukuo

    Yes, it is indeed. It is from a flying school.
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    Pins , Badges

    Hi Petro, The badges you posted mainly from China, some of them are warlord period, some of them are from Taiwan post 1949, some of them are issued by P. R. China (post 1949). Some of them are from other countries like Japan, Korean and some other country.
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