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North Korean Order of Freedom & Independence


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do you happen to have a larger image of it ? :D

I'm not sure if it is combat related, but I do know that it is awarded to Military Commanders for excellent leadership :)

It looks like a Russian made piece, but I can't read the inscription :D if you could post larger pictures that would be great :D

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If NK served in Vietnam it is possible, but unlike the 50s orders and medals (that most are serialed) I don't believe the after 60s version had a serial number :(

If it does have a serial number, I can't make it out in the photo.

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This one was established on July 7, 1950 in two classes for

"military leaders and commanders for outstanding achievements and skills on the battlefield"

1st class for commanders of divisions and brigades.

2nd class for commanders of regiments, battalions and companies.

As was mentioned earlier piece in post # 1 was made by Soviet Mint in the early 50s. Made in silver.

Piece in post # 5 was made in North Korea (I'd say 70s). Made in cheap white alloy.

Cheers,

Nick

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I am working on bargain of this order,but I cannot get the information about the price.The resources like Collect Russia and eMedals do not have any sales of this.I hope somebody will say me an approximate price.?Thanks in advance for the answer.

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