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Hello. 

Firstly thank you for allowing me to join.

I would like help in identifying this medal. It belongs to a friend. The information about the medal is that it belonged to a man who grew up in China in the early part of the 20th century and it was in that period when he got o.   I cannot verify this information unfortunately. I suppose I would like to know how common it is. 

I have not got the meal with me, but it is about 5-6cm across. 

Hope someone can help. , Kel 

 

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China medal 2.JPG

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4 hours ago, Guidemedal said:

 

 

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57 minutes ago, JapanX said:

 

 

Hi Japan X, Thanks for your info. My friend has had the medal in his coin store for quite a while hoping for an answer. I will be able to astound him with my (actually yours) detective skills.  Any opinions if it is worth anything?

 

Kel 

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