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102432 | FINLAND. Finnish Independence from Russia bronze Medal.

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    102432  |  FINLAND. Revolutionary bronze Medal. Issued 1967. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Finnish Independence from Russia (69mm, 12h). By K. Räsänen at Kultateollisuus in Turku.


    Raised fist // VAPAA ISÄNMAA – KUNNALLINEN KANSANVALTA / EIT FRITT FOSTERLAND – KOMMUNAL DEMOKRATI (a free fatherland, a communal democracy), rocks washed away by water and hollows created from glaciers, both representing the slow but powerful movement of the progress of the state. Edge: KULTATEOLLISUUS.


    Hackl & Klose 19. Essentially as made. Brown-bronze surfaces, with some deeper color in the recesses.


    During its pre-national history, Finland was variously dominated by Sweden and then Russia, with stronger influences by Russia occurring in the early 20th century. This Russification caused pushback within Finland, with Russia's internal turmoil (in the form of the Bolshevik Revolution) providing Finland with the opportunity to declare her freedom at the end of 1917.


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