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    Poland-Order of Merit of the People's Republic of Poland

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    I went through all the division and I have not found the topic The Order of Merit.I have one in my collection,not that is why I collect Polish awards,but collect awards of some interesting peole.Vladimír Pirošík was a  Secretery of Communist Party in the Region of Midlle Slovakia.He was awarded with the highest awards of ČSSR and many countries.His all awards I sold,but this Order I have left in my collection.It is interesting the order is from gilted bronze,probably the eagle is siver.

    ...not having the certificate of  the Grand Commander Grade I sold it.I try to have the awards with certificates,especially foreign ones.

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    Nice medal! Only awarded to foreigners. The document is signed w/z (on behalf of the Secretary of the National Council) in this case by Zenon Komender.

    It was a common medal to award to Western European diplomats as well as to Warsaw Pact politicians. As you know it came in 5 classes and your 3rd Class would be appropriate for a high ranking official. Members of the Polit Bureau normally received 2nd Class w Star.

    Let me know if you want to sell ? 


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