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Socialist Republic of Vietnam – Labor Order

Hi All,

I am adding SRV pages to my website, and I had some questions from the SRV collectors out there :

1. Does anyone have any other variations?

2. There seems to be one authentic early numbered type. What other numbers do people have ?  Has anyone been able to research recipients ?

3. I came across a more modern looking couple examples with numbering, which also have unusual colors. Presumably this is a copy ?  Anyone else ever seen this type ?

4. There is a crude type with numbers out there. Presumably this is a copy. What other numbers do people have ?  When do people remember first seeing this type ?

5. Does anyone have additional references for this order ?

The draft page is here: http://www.indochinamedals.com/srv/o-05_labor_order.html

Rgds

Dave

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