Soviet enlisted mens cockade, small
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Soviet era enlisted mens cockades, the smaller model meant for side caps and whatever. Available both in showy full colour & hilariously crappy field model.
Apparently unissued stuff, but decades of storage have left its mark, so dirt etc. can be found. Additionally, the subdued ones might have some charming rust on them.
We found a small batch of these, no more is expeceted after these are gone.
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