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Fringed Guards badge. Post-war or not?

Article about: As a lot of opinions heard that this is post -war , I 'am still stone in mind that some of them were produced at the end of war, that was not a regulation but just a design. I've saw myself

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    Default Re: Fringed Guards badge. Post-war or not?

    I don't have that book yet. I am ashamed to say my lack of Russian language skills has put me off buying it.

    I once saw a solid plastic Guards badge for sale. It did appear to have some age to it, but the dealer was touting it as a "Rare WW2 badge", which I did not believe for a second. I would have bought it as a curiosity, but the £65 price tag put me off!



    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: Fringed Guards badge. Post-war or not?

    Ade,

    I don't either, but just picked up a good Russian-English dictionary! My collecting has gotten to the point where I need to start learning the language. I can recognize a few words, that is all. I have considered classes at the local university.

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