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This is one of my all-time favorites and from the first time I saw a photo of one I knew that I had to have it. Managed to get three of these back in the 1990s but since then have not been able to find any more,

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Bryan -

very nice badges - what is scrathed into the reverse of post #1? Does it say 1989????

these are getting harder and harder to find - esp in this condition....you have done well!

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Hi Hunyadi,

Yes it does have 1989 marked on it and also has some other writing engraved on the other side of the reverse,

Bryan

Bryan -

very nice badges - what is scrathed into the reverse of post #1? Does it say 1989????

these are getting harder and harder to find - esp in this condition....you have done well!

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On the open world wide market - what they are going for on Ebay is reasonable. Though I could never bring myself to paying that much for one ($375 on up on Ebay) The price within Hungary is cheaper, but WWII stuff has become very rare.

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I want to put up a display for Hungary. I just met someone close to me that has a connection. I also am friends with an ex cold war Hungarian Airforce soldier. So the prices are fair? Good to know. Thank you for letting me know. I have all the campaign medals but would like some other differint ones too. I have an standing invitation to visit Budapest and a cabin close by. Maybe if I go you can let me know of some military places of interest to visit. Thanks again, Scott

On the open world wide market - what they are going for on Ebay is reasonable. Though I could never bring myself to paying that much for one ($375 on up on Ebay) The price within Hungary is cheaper, but WWII stuff has become very rare.

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