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蒙古战功勋章 - měng gu zh?n gōng xūn zhāng - Mongolia outstanding military service decoration

编号 - biān h?o - serial number

状态 - zhu?ng t?i - status

价格 - ji? g? - price

The entries under status don't translate very well, at least for me. A couple say "sold". 待售 either means "on hold" or "awaiting sale".

The zip code in the address and the area code in the phone number in the contact page are in Deyang, Sichuan, People's Republic of China.

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This is the site from the Chinese dealer to whom I sold both that boxed Golden Soyombo #420 as well as one ORBCV #2.

Both pics with a red foam background are originally mine btw and have been posted here, on another Forum and on eBay quite some time ago.

This is the guy from whom Bob bought the Golden Soyombo.

As for what is writen in Chinese, either "Sold" or anything else I have no idea!


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