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Please see http://www.coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/rmosh.htm

Rules: http://www.coleccionesmilitares.com/medall...to/regrmosh.pdf

Historic: http://www.coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/osh.pdf

Yes, some spanish items have the makers of "Jos? Pereda, La Habana"

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antonio,

thank you for the link to your interesting site.

:cheers:

Hello: It?s from Spain. A GC & LS award for officers. I can?t tell for sure, but the issue could be contemporary (Looks very new, -mint-) as the "Royal" crown is the same that the crown of issues pre-republican... So pre-1930, after this the medal has the republica or "Mural" crown, and after this in the franco period (1938-1975) the crown was "imperial" (open), to return to the Royal" with the Constituional Kingdom we have now...

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Only a note.

The royal crown appears since 1951 with the rules of this year

1814-1931: Royal crown:

1931-1939: Mural crown (republic)

1939-1951: Imperial crown (open royal crown)

1971-to date: Royal crown

Perfecto, Antonio, Pensaba que la corona imperial se hab?a puesto hasta 1975...As? pues la corona "real" puede encontrarse en piezas "Franquistas" desde 1951??

Gracias

Miguel

For the shake of non spanish speaking members:

"Perfect, Antonio, I was thinking that the Imperial (open) crown was put in till 1975...So, The royal crown can be finded in "Franco?s" items from 1951???

Thanks

Miguel

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