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Good evening. I ask you to express an opinion about this order. It seems I read somewhere on the Internet that they were released in the 60s.Many thanks.

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Here is another addition to my collection

interesting because of what is etched on the reverse - hard to read but appears to say “f sedlatzek berlin leipzigerstr”5B890A40-7308-4672-97C1-39059B8904C7.thumb.jpeg.ace2a3c607e265ff19a0aad0d2e08469.jpeg

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obverse please, is there a company name on pin?:beer:

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http://gmic.co.uk/classifieds/item/403-tamara-ordersedlatzek/

No company name on the pin, perhaps a very small silver mark but difficult to be certain.

I do have another Sedlatzek Tamara in my collection (based on my big excel file used to document my collection) but not at home and can't remember the details and suspect I did not post a picture here.

Attached the pics of the current one.IMG_0434.thumb.jpg.709d5c42362f7082ee45aa90f1b64a69.jpgIMG_0435.thumb.jpg.459bfdb6340e23c6de12b33c73f54c5f.jpg

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Hello.Here is another Tamara order+miniature to my collection :beer:

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Wow, love the miniature!Wow, love the miniature!

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Thanks.I would like to know if the miniatures of the Order of Tamara were only suspended? And the miniature on the needle is a converted suspension? This is the same from my collection.

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A cased Tamara or somebody's color printer got a bit creative?

ebay nr 202714664610

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Consular seals always guarantee authenticity, Bob!   And they are never forged!   The case itself seems in truly excellent condition considering is supposed age.  And such a modest price!!     😏   

Some documentation indicates that a German Consulate existed in Tiflis/Tbilisi at the appropriate time [see https://researchleap.com/role-support-germany-along-difficult-way-gaining-georgias-independence-1918/].  Rather unclear, however, what role it would play in this circumstance.   

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How are the German consulate in Tiflis and the Order of Tamara connected? I do not believe.

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Bryansk1959,  Did you not notice the sarcastic smirk icon???     The case does not seem similar to any known cases and the recess/nest for the star is very clumsy.  Someone either found some old or forged consular stamps and added them for 'legitimacy'.  In practice, what would a consular officer have to do with a military  related award?

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I noticed everything. Therefore, I wrote that I did not believe it. It is not the best copy I have ever seen.

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