Different versions of ribbons
  We present here some pictures of versions of the front and back sides of ribbons. If you have pictures of versions not presented here, please let me know. Thanks to all who contributed pictures!
   
 
Campaign ribbons
War of Independence Ribbon, Introduced in 1951
 
War of Independence Ribbon Cloth version, front
Ribbon sewn on brooch, safety pin

 

Crimp brooch, soldered safety pin

 

Crimp brooch, wire bent into a pin

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Crimp brooch, clutch back

 

Crimp brooch, soldered safety pin, type 2
Enamel version, clutch back
   
 

 

 
Sinai Campaign Ribbon, Introduced in 1957
 
Sinai Campaign Ribbon  
Ribbon sewn on brooch, safety pin

 

Crimp brooch, wire bent into a pin, type 1

 

Crimp brooch, wire bent into a pin, type 2

Eli Moskowitz

Crimp brooch, clutch back, type 1

 

Crimp brooch, clutch back, type 2

Eli Moskowitz

   
   
  Six Day War Ribbon, Introduced in 1967
 
Six Day War Ribbon  
Ribbon sewn on brooch, safety pin
Crimp brooch, safety pin between ribbon and brooch
Crimp brooch, clutch back, type 1

 

Crimp brooch, clutch back, type 2

Eli Moskowitz

   
   
  War of Attrition Ribbon, Introduced in 2003
 
War of Attrition Ribbon  
Crimp brooch, clutch back
Enamel version

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  Yom Kippur War Ribbon, Introduced in 1974
 
Yom Kippur War Ribbon  
Ribbon sewn on brooch, safety pin

 

Crimp brooch, safety pin between ribbon and brooch

Eli Moskowitz

Crimp brooch, clutch back
 
   
   
  "Peace For Galilee" Ribbon, Introduced in 1983
 
"Peace For Galilee" War Ribbon  
Crimp brooch, safety pin between ribbon and brooch

 

Crimp brooch, clutch back

 

Enamel version
   
   
  Lebanon Security Zone Ribbon, Introduced in 2021
 
 
Enamel version, clutch back
   
   
  Second Lebanon War Ribbon, Introduced in 2007
 
Rare Cloth version, clutch back
Enamel version, clutch back
 
   
   
  Operation Protective Edge Ribbon, Introduced in 2015
 
Enamel version, clutch back
 
   
   
 

 

  Service Ribbons:
 
Hagana Service Ribbon, Introduced in 1958
 
 
Ribbon sewn on brooch, safety pin

Awarded to Chief of Staff Dori by David Ben Gurion in 1958

Igor Ostapenko

Crimp brooch, safety pin between ribbon and brooch, noticeable from front of ribbon
Crimp brooch, wire bent into a pin

Enamel version
   
 

 

 
Volunteers Service Ribbon, Introduced in 1961
 
 

Crimp brooch, soldered safety pin

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Crimp brooch, clutch back
Enamel version
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Mishmar Service Ribbon, Introduced in 1963
 
Cloth version

Crimp brooch, soldered safety pin

   
   
  Fighters against Nazis Ribbon, Introduced in 1967
 
 
Crimp brooch, soldered safety pin
 

Crimp brooch, safety pin between ribbon and brooch

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  Etzel Ribbon, Introduced in 1979
 
 
Crimp brooch, safety pin between ribbon and brooch

Enamel version, clutch back

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  Hashomer Ribbon, Introduced in 1981
 
Cloth version

Enamel version

   
   
  Lehi Ribbon, Introduced in 1981
 
Cloth version

Enamel version

   
   
  Nili Ribbon, introduced in 1981
 
Enamel version, clutch back

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Police decorations:

 

Police Medal of Courage

 
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Police Medal of Distinguished Service

 
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Police Service Medal

 
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Police Volunteers Medal, obsolete since January 20, 2010

 
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Ribbon combinations

   
 

Sinai Campaign and War of Independence ribbons

Ribbon sewn on brooch, wire bent into a pin
Crimp brooch, wire bent into a pin

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 Crimp brooch, clutch back
   
Sinai Campaign and Six Day War ribbons  
Crimp brooch, wire bent into a pin

 

Six Days War + Yom Kippur War ribbons

 
Crimp brooch, clutch back
   
Yom Kippur War + "Peace For Galilee"  ribbons  
Cloth Version
Crimp brooch, clutch back
   

Operation Protective Edge + 2nd Lebanon War

 
Enamel version

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