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Have you noticed: 2 different sizes SAPS Ten Year Anniversary Commemoration Medal (2004)


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Clip_3.jpg.abe1ba3346057e43d347bc9f4f0c8f64.jpg (MYB: SA-47-B)
SAPS Ten Year Anniversary Commemoration Medal (2004)
Awarded to SAPS members and civilian employees to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the formation of the SAPS.

Insignia: A bronze 10-sided medal displaying the SA coat of arms, crossed flags, and "1995-2005" (obverse) and the SAPS emblem and "South African Police Ten Year Commemoration Medal" (reverse).



1ST TYPE (with low number) = note star in flag and thickness of flower/plant on back – 38mm. diameter/// 2ND TYPE (with high number) = note star in flag and thinness of flower/plant on back – 40mm. diameter.

Clip_4.jpg.8b0bc3e809796d773ddd578c46b5d4e9.jpg   Open suspender (type:  1)   

 Clip_5.jpg.dbb1a5a524bedf9aeae1b892bded546a.jpg Closed suspender (type: 2)

Enjoy the hunt for SA differences.



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