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Article about: Tovarischi; Below are three pictures of a cockade, and two cloth stars I recently acquired. The Cockade the large size, and is steel. It is partially rusty, but is magnetic. The two cloth st

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    Tovarischi;

    Below are three pictures of a cockade, and two cloth stars I recently acquired. The Cockade the large size, and is steel. It is partially rusty, but is magnetic. The two cloth stars are smaller, one is embroidered, the other is "silk screened" onto the drab fabric, but both are then sealed with some sort of water proof sealer.

    Can anyone tell me what the two small fabric stars would have been used for?







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    Quote by RedHorseman25 View Post
    The two cloth stars are smaller, one is embroidered, the other is "silk screened" onto the drab fabric, but both are then sealed with some sort of water proof sealer.

    Can anyone tell me what the two small fabric stars would have been used for?


    Steel Cockade, and stars
    I think they might be examples of this:
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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    Here is an "unrusted" example of your star-cockarde. 1960s to the "end"...Steel Cockade, and starsSteel Cockade, and stars
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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    Richie;

    So neither is anything "real" exciting, but neat to have none the less.

    I see how the stars were used, but what do they denote? The stars do not seem to be GPW. I would guess them to be late Soviet era.

    Boridin

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    "Sleeve patches of Army and Navy NCOs."

    The one with 1 star is for 5 to 9 years of service in the armed forces.

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    Again, it is not difficult to use translation software - it does take time and effort though...
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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