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Wisam al-Jadara First Class (Type II)

Established by law No. 46 of 1972

Manfactured by: Arthus Bertrand Paris, France

No Blue Back Ground;

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Lorenzo,

I will check which version the 1st clas exapmle I have is. Mine, purchased in 1994, came wityh a narrow black, white and red ribbon as if to be worn araund the neck but from recent evidence this is incorrect - do you have a source for Iraqi ribbon? In addition to this medal I also need ribbon for

1941 Star

1973 War Medal

Order of Qadissiyah Saddam x 3 plus miniature

Order of Mother of Battles

Regards,

Owain

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Owain

Can you post your style/type of Wisam al-Jadara that you have on this topic. Want to learn more about this Rare Iraqi order. Thank you Have a Blessd Day.

Thank You

God Bless

SSG Luna, Lorenzo

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Here is a picture of the Wisam al-Jadara first class with the blue back ground, this is the type Saddam Hussein wore on his Medal Bar.

This type was known to have been awarded to 3 or 4 Iraqi Rulers. This type has the Flash cut from the eagles wing and the oil towers so you can see the blue back ground behind the eagle. I would like to learn more about this award and the names of the Iraqi Rulers who were awarded the Order of Merit.

Thank you

God Bless

SSG Luna, Lorenzo

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1979 Advertisment of the Rare Iraqi Order of Merit/Wisam al-Jadara

Sorry about the detail of the picture, only lets me upload 110k very low quality photos.

Thank You

God Bless

SSG Luna, Lorenzo

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Here is a picture of my other 2 Wisam al-Jadara First Class.

The gold flash was not removed from in between the eagle's wings and oil towers like the other First Class that I have.

Thank you

God Bless

SSG Luna, Lorenzo

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Better View of the cut flash from the Eagle's Wing in between the oil towers:Wisam al Jadara First Class Saddam's Medal Bar type

This type Saddam wore on his Medal Bar.

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