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Old 10-28-2012, 04:30 AM   #21
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Re: Dating Screwplates

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It is not lack of interest, but the quasi-impossibility to acertain for sure that the order and the screwplate were originally "joined for better and for worst" at MD.

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Old 10-28-2012, 05:54 AM   #22
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Re: Dating Screwplates

Yes, it's very difficult dating them ... But at least we can make a database of their diversity.

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n° 451981-1944
n° 827997- ?
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Old 10-28-2012, 06:04 AM   #23
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n°68941-1942
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Old 10-28-2012, 08:00 AM   #24
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Re: Dating Screwplates

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Eric, It is not lack of interest, but the quasi-impossibility to acertain for sure that the order and the screwplate were originally "joined for better and for worst" at MD. Marc
That's very true. Marsino and I are simply trying to establish some very general variations of screwplates.
I'm hoping that if we can garner enough images we might be able to guess at what screwplate variation might go with a certain timeframe or factory....
Who knows; we might just decide to publish the results in The Comprehensive Guide to Soviet Screwback Plates © :chuckle Here's your chance to get in at the ground floor. :p
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:04 AM   #25
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Re: Dating Screwplates

Eric,

Then, you need to remember that screwplates are not as interchangeable as they may seem, and that some orders had their specific types of screwplates...

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Old 10-28-2012, 10:15 AM   #26
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Re: Dating Screwplates

Dear Lapa,
Rocketscientist's GPW is numbered 871324. It has been produced in 1945 (8/17/1945 according with Filer's classification). You wrote it has the correct screwplate ( your post #330, screwplate shown in post #308, Fake Orders of the Patriotic War 2nd Class). In this thread you are writing:"
Eric,
It is not lack of interest, but the quasi-impossibility to acertain for sure that the order and the screwplate were originally "joined for better and for worst" at MD."
What is your correct answer?
You seemed very sure about your first deduction in the other thread but now we read "...quasi-impossibility to acertain for sure..."
What is the correct sentence?
Some forum members have judged orders, medals and badges for years. "Okay!" or " fake!" for years. Now we "discover" they are not able to judge a simple screwplate. What would happen if they should classify badges' screwplates?
Don't worry, no one asks to you to be a fakir, a wizard (we do not need a bed of nails). No matter if a screwplate is replaced or born with the order. A serious collector needs to have the correct screwplate type (and variation) for a genuine order.

Dear EricFG,
"The Comprehensive Guide to Soviet Screwback Plates" :chuckle... good sentence! But "your book" would be outdated, these problems have been solved some time ago...

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Old 10-28-2012, 11:05 AM   #27
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I agree with "progress" here: doesn't the list in post #5 answer all of your questions?

Eric, only the first two screwplates from post #14 are correct.
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Re: Dating Screwplates

Back to the subject of screwplates although not dates;
I have (and have seen more) screwplates that have two holes drilling into them parallel. Is this recipient modification to sew the screwplate into place on the vestment so it does not unscrew itself with friction?
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Old 10-28-2012, 11:47 AM   #29
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On guys, you are constructive, and take some information and image. :p

But we could at least know in that period was introduced this type?
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Old 10-28-2012, 12:07 PM   #30
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Around 1959-1960, I think.
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