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Is there just 2 variants of the Order of the Red Banner or 3.

In my boosk i found that type 2 variant 1, has Mondvor mint mark and serial numbers cca. 20.000 to 21.100. And variant 2 has mint mark Monetny Dvor stamped separately serial ranges 21.400 to 82.300.

But lately i heard some debates that there are 3 variants of type 2.

What is the diferences and what is the serial number range?

Here is my type 2 number 49.795, is it variant 2? or variant 3 as i was told lately?

Thanks for the help.

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Sadly i have not made any research for my soviet orders, but i have some pieces that i would like to know why were they awarde. (glory 2nd class 7780, patriotic war 1st class 16777 and 219946, october revolution 4049 and some others) but atm i dont have the money for research all i have goes in expanding colection.

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Your order is type 2, variant 3, variation 2.

Smallest known no of this variation is 45731, biggest 69959.

Generally smallest known no of variant 3 is 21211, biggest 79807.

Biggest numbers (from range: 77483 - 84243) were remade to type 3.

 

Variant 1 - mintmark ÐœÐžÐДВОР cutted at top

Variant 2 - mintmark ÐœÐžÐДВОР stamped

Variant 3 - mintmark ÐœÐžÐЕТÐЫЙ ДВОР stamped

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Now that`a an interesting quest 

 

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