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Can anyone tell me why some award boxes have gold writing and others have silver on their covers? Is one older than the other, a different class of award or just maker's differences?
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The level on the left is higher than the level on the right, the sixth level on the right and the fifth on the left. A total of eight levels (before 2003) on the left are gold-plated, but due to time, many look the same as no gold. Moreover, Japan’s “Holy Treasure Order” depends on whether there is a screw on the back of the order. It can be judged that it has an approximate date. It is very bad without screws. There are two screws after 1945, and there are four screws before 1945.These orders are currently very cheap in the Chinese market.

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