Badge of the All-Russian Union of Metal Workers. Silver 84 samples 1920s. Rare For Sale
Badge of the All-Russian Union of Metal Workers. Silver 84 samples 1920s. Rare :
Badge of the All-Russian Union of Metal Workers. Silver 84 samples 1920s. Rare !!!
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Sign of the VSRM All-Russian Union of Metal Workers.
(SILVER 84. head in kokoshnik, hot enamel, nut, patina, weight 7.11 grams) Hook and thread without backlash.
IN THE REFERENCE CATALOG _PRICE LIST OBVER No. 8 (type 1201 a...PRICE 800-1000 dollars)
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p/s BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY
The beginning of the organization of the union of metalworkers was laid at a meeting of delegates from the unions of workers in the metalworking industry, who participated in the III All-Russian Conference of Trade Unions. This meeting, later called the II All-Russian Conference of Metalworkers, was held in Petrograd from June 24 to June 29, 1917. At the meeting, a Provisional Central Committee was elected, which was entrusted with organizing the Constituent Congress.
The Provisional Central Committee adopted the name of the union "All-Russian Union of Metalworkers". At the All-Russian Constituent Congress of Metal Workers (January 15–19, 1918), a central committee was elected.
At the 7th congress of the union (June 26, 1925), the union was renamed the All-Union Union of Metal Workers.