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On 14/09/2020 at 13:42, graham said:

Sumserbrown, do you think it might be a re-issue?

No, it's an authentic Type 2 .

On 14/09/2020 at 13:00, sumserbrown said:

If any of you are looking for one there seems to be a Brazilian vic for sale at Mercado Livre right now....


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Hello All.

This Vic Brazil is authentic, type 2. I already had negotiations with her, before the start of the Pandemic, but the seller did not close the deal. now she is extremely expensive.  

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Some years ago an old patient of mine- Im a doctor - show me your collection. He had the Brazilian medal for the WW1 who belong to his grandpa. But you father decided years ago to cut the holder so the medal can fit in a coin's collector book. Ok, no big deal.  When he died, her wife decided to present me with the medal, but she decided - for my despair!! - to polish it and put a new holder after she pierced a new hole on it (!!!!). She said "the medal is now a decent present to you, not that piece of trash my husband had". 

Ok, now I have this medal, but I like it a lot, as it have all this histories behind.





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Without close-ups of the obverse/reverse it is difficult to tell from the posted pics.


Give-away points are the J.S. marking on the obverse and the diacritic markings on the reverse. The images posted by Lambert on 13 November 2013 has a couple of well-lit pictures which can help with identifying the close-up details required.


Having seen one or two of these items close-up it looks okay but you would really want to obtain some close-up pics before making any decision.


Regards from Australia,

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