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Titskij (Тицкий) born 1924, otherwise had full bar of OG, all 3 grades. He served in recon unit since Dec 1942. OGIII in jan 1944. OGII in feb 1945. OGI in Jun 1945. He lived a long life, worked at aliminium plant, and lived in Volgograd.

This of course all interesting if this a genuine order. 

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Thank you Egorka.  This item was posted on another forum and met with some doubts too.  My issue is the number looks as it it has been tampered with.   Of course, it is possible that it is 100% legit, but in all of my years of collecting Soviet orders, I've never seen a number engraved in that manner.  The two "1"s in front of the "473" and the last "1" look as if they were either part of a different number that was buffed off or were scratched in later.  

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