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Romania The Order of the Star of Socialist Republik of Romania

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It was created in 1948 as a version of The Order of Peoples Republic of Romania.The version  I want to show is the one after 1966.My type is in gilted bronze with zirkons.The whole weight -1200gr.Etue-30cmx17cmx12cm.

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The dimension of the badge-4,5cm

The dimension of the star-6cm.

The first grade in the topic -only head of states were awarded.

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I am glad you like it.As I can see you are an expert.I will be thinking about your proposal.

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I am familiar with this web site very well.A very big choise of material,nearly in Najafcoins,eMedals or La Galerie Numismatique.What is your image about the price?It is known the order was changed.

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Now the thing is that I have the order, the breast star and the medallion star, I am missing the box and the sash.The two pieces are not from precious metal (gold) are made of common metal, that's why are not that rare. Off course a gold one could be up to $3000, however, a R.S.R. (not R.P.R.) first class is around $250 + $150 the small one. For the box and sash I would pay $500. Would you consider to sell separately?

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Thanks you very much for your erudite explanation.Selling the order in the future I will be helpfu with it.

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You're welcome! I would like to mention that I'm not a dealer, just a collector. My site purpose is not for sell is just a place where some potential collectors can identify things. Off course as any other collector I have few themes that are more interesting for me than others. That's why I suggested to you to see if there is something you are interested in.

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Gentlemen, can we consider this combination of a 1st class and a necklet cross as a grand cross class?

 

PS: I'm looking for romanian diplomas for ODM...

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