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Gentlemen,

I just found that pic in the internet:

A well polished "Order of Glory" 3rd class used as a necklace :speechless1::speechless::jumping: :

Despite the fact, that the (female) bearer of that order dosen't seem to be a GPW-Veteran, the ribbon is missing and the whole affair is against the regulations & statutes of that order, the "surrounding" of that "Glory" doesn't appear so bad ;) .

It seems, that CCCP-decorations are now used in the juwelry-industry in the RF :rolleyes: .

Best regards :beer:

Christian

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Gentlemen,

I just found that pic in the internet:

A well polished "Order of Glory" 3rd class used as a necklace :speechless1::speechless::jumping: :

Despite the fact, that the (female) bearer of that order dosen't seem to be a GPW-Veteran, the ribbon is missing and the whole affair is against the regulations & statutes of that order, the "surrounding" of that "Glory" doesn't appear so bad ;) .

It seems, that CCCP-decorations are now used in the juwelry-industry in the RF :rolleyes: .

Best regards :beer:

Christian

ROTFL :jumping:

It reminds of the cunflinks I have made out of Soviet Rubles :D

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