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Following the example of the Soviet Award Pages here is a provisionary list of the Order Booklets of the MPR

The dates are very approximative

Type 1 & 2 : 1940-45 / Uighur writing / text of T2 is slightly different

Type 3: 1946-47 / State seal with uighur text / booklet: gold coloured inscription, partly in Uighur, partly in Cyrillic ?Odon medaliin devter? (decoration (note)book) In this type the date of awarding corresponds to the calendar in which 1911, the year of the independence of Outer Mongolia, is considered being year 1. Hence the date 2/5/37, would stand for May 2nd, 1947.

Type 4: 1950-54 / State seal with Cyrillic text / booklet: black coloured inscription, partly in Uighur, partly in Cyrillic ?Odon medaliin devter?

Type 5: 1954-60 / State seal with Uighur text / booklet: Gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin devter?

Type 6: ??? / State seal with Cyrillic text / booklet: Gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic Odon medaliin devter?

Type 7: 1961-71 / 1970's state seal / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin devter?

Type 8: 1971-76 / 1970's state seal / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin unemlekh? (decoration licence)

Type 9: 1976 / 1970's state seal / booklet: brown rather than red cover / gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh?

Type 10: 1982 / 1970's state seal (large sized) / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh?

Type 11: 1986 / 1970's state seal (small sized) / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh?

Type 12: 1995 / 1970's state seal (medium sized) / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh?

Type 13: 1991 / 1970's state seal / booklet: Plastic bound, grey interior, gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh?

Type 14: 1997 / Soyombo / booklet: Plastic bound; gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Mongol Ulsiin Odon medaliin unemlekh?

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Jan

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Type 3: 1946-47 / State seal with uighur text / booklet: gold coloured inscription, partly in Uighur, partly in Cyrillic ?Odon medaliin devter? (decoration (note)book) In this type the date of awarding corresponds to the calendar in which 1911, the year of the independence of Outer Mongolia, is considered being year 1. Hence the date 2/5/37, would stand for May 2nd, 1947.

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Type 5: 1954-60 / State seal with Uighur text / booklet: Gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin devter?

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Type 6: ??? / State seal with Cyrillic text / booklet: Gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic Odon medaliin devter?

PIX WILL FOLOW or check Dr Battushig's book on page 171

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Type 7: 1961-71 / 1970's state seal / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin devter?

NOTICE that this is the last series were the booklet is seperately numbered, later only the award number will figure

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