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I know that this is very post war but is it possible to date it approximately? I'm thinking that it is probably 1960 - 1980s

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At the initial introduction of the badge (order of the RVS of the USSR of January 6, 1925 No. 6), it was only copper (brass). Then, by order of the RVS of the USSR of February 21, 1925, No. 206, a detailed description of the waist belt and badge was announced. At the same time, it was said that the plaques for the RKKF floating parts are yellow (polished), and for the other parts - white (silver-plated).Plaques for war, as a rule, have worn-off corners (octagon), a hook under the right hand, the anchor paws are small and strongly curved. But on the battlefields, I found even without worn-out corners with a hook under the left arm. The photos also confirm the presence of a certain number of badges with hooks under the left arm and without worn corners. Anchor legs *upper face " almost straight. Yours is the type of 60-80 years and later, most likely the 80's.

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