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Offline starbase1

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Russian / Soviet mission pins?
« on: 05/27/2011 08:03 PM »
Does anyone have any good sources for Russian and Soviet mission pins?

I've managed to get quite a few from roadside sellers in the FSU, but online searches only seem to show individual ones being sold in auctions, or  flown ones which are rather pricy...

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Re: Russian / Soviet mission pins?
« Reply #1 on: 10/08/2011 02:31 AM »
You can sometimes find them at Ismailsky Park in Moscow.

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Re: Russian / Soviet mission pins?
« Reply #2 on: 07/09/2013 07:51 PM »
I have these...
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Re: Russian / Soviet mission pins?
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Re: Russian / Soviet mission pins?
« Reply #4 on: 07/25/2013 05:26 AM »
Be aware - AFAIK there were no OFFICIAL Soviet manned space mission LOGOs from 1961 till 1978 (Inter-cosmos missions) with a single exception of Soyuz-19 (ASTP) in 1975.
As alternative you always could look up for Soviet stamps :)   
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Re: Russian / Soviet mission pins?
« Reply #5 on: 08/03/2013 02:24 PM »
The best way is to buy them by the lot off ebay, then fill in any gaps individually later. I have a few hundred from the 60s and 70s.