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Italian style - Israeli medal 1946


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Anybody have catalogue of Italian Medals ?

Hi, Igor, I'm a Italian collector & I never seen this medal before. I collect from over 20 years. Nobody catalogue have this medal.

Your item seems (but I'm not sure) italian made (has marked LB (?) & 800 for silver), the item of Haganah musum seems reissued. It has not common characteristics to the italian made medals.

I'll try to find something about it.

Bruno

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Hi, Igor, I'm a Italian collector & I never seen this medal before. I collect from over 20 years. Nobody catalogue have this medal.

Your item seems (but I'm not sure) italian made (has marked LB (?) & 800 for silver), the item of Haganah musum seems reissued. It has not common characteristics to the italian made medals.

I'll try to find something about it.

Bruno

BRUNO !

THANK YOU !

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Hello, I see this topic only now.

The sentence in the medal can be translated as follows:

"With greetings" (COI AUGURI. Not properly correct Italian, it should have been CON GLI AUGURI)

"Col. N. Kain"

"Military Attaché for the three armed forces of Israel" (ADDETTO [MILITARE] PER LE 3 FF.AA. [= FORZE ARMATE] D'ISRAELE"

About the mark LP or LB of the first medal: I don't know it

Greetings from Italy

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