Order of the October Revolution, Star Medal, Variation II
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This Order was established by a decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on the date of October 31, 1967, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution.
It was conferred upon individual citizens, military units, and civilian and state organizations for revolutionary activity, achievements in the development of Communism, for developments in science, economics, and culture, and for bravery in battles.
The Order of the October Revolution is worn after the Order of Lenin.
The second variation features two rivets to help secure the hammer and sickle to the main portion of the medal. The lowest serial number is 61,134, and the series ranges up until 109,476.
The obverse Russian inscription translates to: "October Revolution".
Obv: Октябрьская революция
Monenty Dvor, Moscow, Russia
The award has 10ct. gold.
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