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    • 2 months later...

    Type 2. Romania.

    GOLD.

    3 rivets.

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    If you look carefully you will see that on the ribbon around the wheat ears is also written Republica and Socialista in smaller letters.

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    Can you please post closer images of the halmarks? Thanks.

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    Yes,Carol I saw this sign.

    The question for me is which one is earlest "Romania" or RSR...

    Good question, Anatoly. As far as I know there has not been any official change of the coat-of-arms in the period, so we cannot use such information to decide which was the first one. Based on pure guess, the RSR version seems quite close to the RPR design used until 1965, so maybe it was the first one to be used... :unsure:

    Do you want to see hallmarks on gold or on silver order?

    Both please, if possible. :blush:

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    On the other hand, to make a stamp with small letters it is more difficult and if to recognise that by the end of the socialist period manufacture of awards became simpler (to that there is a lot of examples), so on the contrary!

    Hard to scan hallmarks...

    This size only.

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    On the other hand, to make a stamp with small letters it is more difficult and if to recognise that by the end of the socialist period manufacture of awards became simpler (to that there is a lot of examples), so on the contrary!

    It could very well be, Anatoly, so... :rolleyes:

    Hard to scan hallmarks...

    This size only.

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    Great! MS for Monetaria Statului and an worker for gold. Any further details that you can see, with a magnifying glass perhaps? Is it two letters in front of his face or two "dents"? They could indicate the purity.

    What is on the silver one? An oak leaf?

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