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Hello. This is my new medal. What period does it come from and is the box original? What does the additional inscription on the box mean ...?

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Can you submit a better photo of the medal as it is darker than a lunar eclipse

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15 hours ago, paul wood said:

Can you submit a better photo of the medal as it is darker than a lunar eclipse

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全国消防大会

北海道消防协会

参加章

The box says, "National Fire Fighting Conference"
"Hokkaido Fire Protection Association"
"Participation Commemorative Medal"

Paul you are really a humorous person

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Thank you for the answer. I took better pictures for Paul.

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Is this an official medal?  It has a very interesting look.  What era is it?

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Definitely unofficial maybe regimental

Paul

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Posted (edited)

School badge from Hiroshima junior high school.

Taisho epoch. 

Naturally the case is from another badge.

Edited by JapanX

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I guess ... if one is easily confused person ;)  

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Try a bottle of the conquering lion rum you will be easily confused for the majority of you remaining life.

Wicked and low.

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Try to switch to 

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This stuff gonna straighten you out in no time.

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Thank you all for your help.

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