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Japan, Occupied Manchukuo. An Order of the Golden Kite Medal Bar

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Japan, Occupied Manchukuo. An Order of the Golden Kite Medal Bar

Order of the Golden Kite, VII Class (in silver, measuring 42.2 mm (w) x 56.5 mm (h) inclusive of its laterally-pierced ball suspension); Taisho Enthronement Commemorative Medal 1915 (in silver with a gilt chrysanthemum, measuring 30.5 mm in diameter); Manchukuo: National Foundation Merit Medal (in blackened bronze with silvered characters, measuring 30.2 mm in diameter); Manchukuo: Red Cross Membership Medal (in silvered bronze, measuring 30 mm in diameter); Manchukuo: Border Incident War Medal (in bronze, measuring 30 mm in diameter); and China Incident War Medal (in bronze, measuring 30 mm in diameter). Mounted to a traditional Japanese-style conjoined suspension with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, silvering wear evident on the Red Cross Medal, light contact, original ribbons, better than very fine.
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