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I have been looking for a ribbon for Vladimir Order, about 28mm wide about 50cm in length.

On ebay only modern reproductions and only up to about 7 inches long are available.

On one Russian phaleristics forum was offered any length of original for $400 per meter (which shocked as the guy claims to have a 5 meter roll of it, or any length of reproduction for much less of cause - but shipping strictly within Russia which does not suit me.

Ideal (for me) bargain went through another forum - but that forum is so exclusive that I can neither pm members nor leaves messages in phaleristics section. For under EUR100 50cm of 28mm (hopefully) original ribbon: http://forums-su.com/viewtopic.php?f=934&t=544651

Any advice on where ribbon for the order (either original or good quality modern) of th required size could actually be purchased?

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Hi there,

I don't know from where is possible to get an original ribbon but I can ask from few collector friends of mine. Sometimes weird things can come out, as an example, set without the award showed up few years ago :whistle:...

Kind Regards,


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