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Inner Mongolia Military Merit Decoration: Classes, Documents, Variations


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Indeed Mickey!

The only question: what badge was the first?

Could be Military Merit Decoration ;)

Military Merit Decoration was introduced on March 20, 1938.

Type 4.1 and type 4.2 wound badges were introduced on August 3, 1938.

Both badges were made in Japan.

Only wound badges were manufactured by Mint (at least according to the box interior inscriptions) and military merit decoration was manufactured by private workshop (?) of Jitsuzo Hinako (according to Peterson).

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thanks for photos nick easier to make a comparision looking at the circle and dots in the centre you would almost put money on the badges being designed by the same person the introduction dates of the badge are close too

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Already had a beige cased first class, here a dark blue cases blue enamel 3rd class54FC0294-F6C1-4A8A-9A05-990C9924CEA5.jpeg.5a63c8cf78ea3158f9500bfb68d6efa8.jpeg8B744627-CBB4-45C2-9592-CE0AFD329A7F.jpeg.f3e0fa9f42213f3be185a0c3cba5fbe0.jpeg54FC0294-F6C1-4A8A-9A05-990C9924CEA5.jpeg.5a63c8cf78ea3158f9500bfb68d6efa8.jpegB2C4903B-48EE-41A8-A32C-69BF85FD1711.jpeg.7217ee92771ca840c77274b5ab7b6bd4.jpeg65CC6F30-D203-41F9-80A5-EF64C5CA457A.jpeg.eb9d3dc21cab795f43f68cec661293c1.jpeg

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