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    my nice weird irish ribbion bar!

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    well not posted it here but thought it show this little bar i picked up at a military show a few months ago for the outrageous price of free!!!! :cool::D from what i understand there for

    1) Organization of National Ex-Servicemen Medal - 1981

    2) Organization of National Ex-Servicemen - Limerick Treaty

    300th Anniversary Medal - 1991

    thought you guys might like to see her as she aint the normal bars you see from ireland!!! :beer:

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    Hallo Paddywhack, :beer:

    getting back to the original item that was posted on the thread,

    Its a homemade jobby, this would have never have

    been worn on a uniform, since the ribbons are purely commemorative

    for an ex soldier, either of the Regulars or Reserve Defence Forces.

    Nice to see all the same.

    Kevin in Deva. :beer:

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    well he says hes semi retiring so he might well stil be round!but yeah the recession is starting to hit everyone in dublin!! theres only a guy in georges street shopping arcade left and he only does a tiny amount of medals! thing i have noticed is that the prices at the fairs have been going up but the numbers going to the fairs are down!!!!!

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