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C apture of Berlin medal for revision

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    I place it on the shelf of reproductions or original ww2 items?
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    there is something that I do not like (lack welding link)

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    It's an original medal, but a postwar variation.

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    Quote by Auke View Post
    It's an original medal, but a postwar variation.
    Do you notice it by the ribbon plate Auke?

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    The flat ring that is part of the medal is the easiest sign that this a postwar medal. The Stalingrad medal shown is a wartime variation with a soldered ring. Brass suspension were in use until the late 1940s, although they have been observed on medals from the 1950s and even 1960s as well, so this may be a medal from that period.

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    Quote by Auke View Post
    The flat ring that is part of the medal is the easiest sign that this a postwar medal. The Stalingrad medal shown is a wartime variation with a soldered ring. Brass suspension were in use until the late 1940s, although they have been observed on medals from the 1950s and even 1960s as well, so this may be a medal from that period.
    Thank you!

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    many thanks for help

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