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T?tulo "H?roe del Trabajo de la Rep?blica de Cuba"


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For future reference:

Complete weight: 11.8 gr (light - clearly not solid gold)

Without suspension: 6.75 gr

Width startip to startip: 30.20mm

Thicknes of star (incl. cogwheel): 6.30mm

Width from suspension: 25.60mm

Height of suspension: 19.30mm

Box: 24.30 x 61.20 x 81.70

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Hi Rick, talk about an eye for detail :cheeky:

It could be hollow (how to know?) but is definately not full gold considering the weight.

I checked up close and indeed the pins are broken off so it might just be that the suspension for both awards ought to be identical.

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Certainly too late to answer, but I wouldn't risk any buck on it: the colors on suspension are painted, not enameled...

 

The dented gear seems "polished" or "scratched with sand paper, it is not the "soft touch" of precise coins (technique often seen in Bulgaria or Czechoslovakia).

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