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Curious if any of you would have more info on this little one!?  What would this exactly be and which period.

Any help/ifo would be really appreciated since I really love this small treasure but am not familiar with it. 

Also I made the assumption it is bulgarian but of course I do not really know for sure. 

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Hi,

It is Bulgarian Single bar

More likely to be for the Order for Bravery, although such a ribbon was use for the Order for Military Merit and The Order for Merit in wartime periods On the picture you can see all above mentioned  Orders on display  From left to right Order for Bravery Order for Military Merit (without crown) and Order for Merit

The Period is difficult to be identified More likely WW1

Also the crown is not typical Bulgarian which suggests that the owner was non Bulgarian

 

Regards

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