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    Hi all,
    Who can tel me if those buttons are WWII.
    They are coming from a German family in Bavaria.
    Fred
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    There are many versions of the RKKA uniform buttons. The buttons in the photos are a kind of puzzle because it is not entirely clear to me which front belongs to which back. Nor do I dare to say whether all buttons are original. There are also very good copies of RKKA buttons and insignias:
    Поиск - button and Пара латунных эмблем бронетанковых войск РККА .

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    1: Buttons for shoulder straps, WW2 model

    2: Uniform button, WW2 model

    3: Uniform Button, Haberdasher Factory No. 1, WW2 model

    4: Uniform Buttons, 1946 model, post war

    5: Uniform buttons for General (11 ribbons) Mosshtamp, WW2 model

    6: Uniform buttons for General (11 ribbons), 1936 - 1946.

    7: Two pairs of brass shoulder strap insignias of the armored forces of the Red Army, 1940's-1950's.

    For more information about RKKA uniform buttons; СССР. Пуговицы — Всё о Второй мировой and https://forum.ww2.ru/index.php?showtopic=1320214 .

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    Asjemenou, just amazing your knowledge, many many thanks.
    Here are better pics to help maybe the other collectors.
    In first the after war (#4) from your identification.

    Fred
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    1: This shoulder strap button was made at Mosshtamp (Мосштамп). On the back is also a year. Usually these buttons are dated fifties.

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    2: Unmarked buttons are a lot harder to identify, but I suspect this button was made at the button factory UPTVA. UPTVA produced these buttons until the mid-fifties. The photo shows a card with 8 Soviet shoulder strap buttons on it. These buttons are all of the same model as your numbered button 2. The card states “button factory YPTBA (ПУГОВИЧНАЯ фабрика УПТВА)".

    3: The manufacturer of these 2 buttons is unknown to me.

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