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Hello , i have a hold of several asian medals but i can not push forward with my research, was hoping if any of you guys know anything about any of these medals, any help is much appreciated ,      Petro 

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i never saw this type 

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i am not sure this one is asian order , any advice ?   Thank You

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it looks to me like some kind of red cross medal ?

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this is beautiful piece i love the toning at reverse 

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i don't know what to say about this one 

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i think is Yuan Shikai  mabye tibet ? 

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here i have one coin i just wanna share the masterwork with you guys 

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nice medal probably navy one 

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red cross pin ?

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Probably War Lord China era, Guangdong  ?

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These are the only ones i know they are French Order of the Academic Palms

Officer and Knight, they uploaded the wrong way wanted to put the knight first :( unless this is only one piece, then it is Officer hehe

post another topic on the French forum for better assesment on originality. 

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