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Nikolaus II. and Hungarian text - What is it???


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It can be a kind of love token made by a Hungarian (prisoner?) in Siberia over a rouble or half rouble.

On circle are 4 child names Arpad, Tiberiu ("little" Tiberiu=Tibike), Stefan (=Istvan=Pista, "little"Pista=Pistike), Gizela(=Gizike)

"Anyukanak" must be some regarding at the mother of these childs (Anyuka=Mommy in Hungarian language)

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It can be a kind of love token made by a Hungarian (prisoner?) in Siberia over a rouble or half rouble.

On circle are 4 child names Arpad, Tiberiu ("little" Tiberiu=Tibike), Stefan (=Istvan=Pista, "little"Pista=Pistike), Gizela(=Gizike)

"Anyukanak" must be some regarding at the mother of these childs (Anyuka=Mommy in Hungarian language)

Advice: buy it! :ninja:

 

 

Thanks a lot for the translation! Maybe it should read - "Mother Siberia 1915-18", since some Hungarian prisoner / worker got children there and Siberia is their motherland now? ;)

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