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    Hey guys, my question is, is this a bronze class with the finish worn off, or is it a silver class? Thanks in advance!
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    Hi Josh, for me it is silver which has lost a lot of the normal frosted finish. You can see traces on the edges of the arms.

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    I go for silver too.

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    Indeed a silver version

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    Silver fur mich auch!

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    I only asked because right next to the center disc I see a bronze color like the finish is worn off, or perhaps that is the base metal.....and the silver has worn off.....

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    It's unusual to see the colour worn off in the place it is least likely to get worn off - in the recesses or close to a high part of the badge/award. These places would see less wear due to the proximity of the central disc in this instance.

    I agree with the others that is is a silver award and perhaps the bronze like colour is the remnants of a factory applied lacquer that has toned over time, remaining in this area because it has been protected by the closeness and height of the central disc.

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    Thanks guys,I appreciate the quick replies!

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    Sure looks silver

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    Silver, yes, for 6 or 7 kids , and the silver plating was always thin and bronze shows thru. Thats normal

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