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Order of Medical Merit, III Class


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:love: I love this piece!!! :love: However, I don't know anything about it. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

Established through Decree 54 published in Buletinul Oficial 21 of 05.02.1969. Regulations were issued a bit later in Buletinul Oficial 64 of 16.06.1969. It was awarded in three classes to medical personnel involved in health care or medical science.

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Established through Decree 54 published in Buletinul Oficial 21 of 05.02.1969. Regulations were issued a bit later in Buletinul Oficial 64 of 16.06.1969. It was awarded in three classes to medical personnel involved in health care or medical science.

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As I remember them, they're about the size of a Soviet OPW, generally.

It's funny-- these "twinkly" stars were EVERYWHERE in the mid-1990s... mostly that Tudor Wuzzifaceescu one with the enormous "chef" hat BUT :shame: they have all disappeared. Haven't seen ANY of these pinback "jewelled" awards :unsure: here in YEARS.

They are completely.... GONE.

Yet I do not know anyone who was collecting them!!!

I suspect the buyers must have thought they were getting REAL diamonds etc etc etc! :rolleyes::cheeky:

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It seems you have not one set, but three different pieces. :( The badge is that of the Order of the Star of the Socialist Republic of Romania 5th class, while the case is for a 3rd class badge. And then there is the ribbon that belongs to an Order of Labour 3rd class. :(

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