commemorative banner

Two commemorative banners in white synthetic fabric, printed with a boy dressed in a red CHAPAN, blue sash (BELBOG), and holding a tulip in his left hand. The banners are inscribed with Cyrillic script (ТАШКЕНТ меамр КУКОЛ) which translates as 'Tashkent Puppet Theatre'. Each banner has two metal bades, one larger than the other, pinned on. Each badge has the same inscription (although with the Russian ТЕАТР rather than меамр as 'theatre') and boy's face in gold on white. With four pins.

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