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I've come across this pointed medal/badge/pin and I'm unsure as to where it's from or what it is. I've googled the inscription at the top as well as the colors (green, white and red) and I've come up empty handed. I've looked at medals from Lebanon and some have that similar shape, but I haven't found the exact same medal/pin/badge online. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!! 1056908115_mysterymedalfront.thumb.jpg.f3effd0aa04774894a4585871358308a.jpg340004364_mysterymedalback.thumb.jpg.d5262e15abb87a7a9f1c7a078471b970.jpg

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Hi there,

I'm quite sure that this belongs to one of the former Soviet Bloc countries (or at least was mentioned on the soviet awards forum) but i can't remember which one it was. 

We are talking about ten years ago now, comes in 1st and 2nd class.

Maybe that is a start for you.

Regards Eddie

 

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