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Honorary Certificate to A. Voznesenskaya (А.А. Вознесенская), employee of the USSR embassy in PRC, issued for organizing and participating in the performing arts competition among the embassy staff, 21 June 1952.

Single page, large format, measures 9 " x 14 ". Simple but tasteful decorative lithographic design features the state emblem of the USSR supported by the profiles of Lenin and Stalin, and a silver lyre resting on a wreath of oak leaves. The certificate is hand-signed by the ambassador N. Roshchin, and Deputy Chairman of the local trade union council D. Kryukov.

In very good to excellent condition. The top and bottom edges show tiny closed rips which can be easily repaired with tape on the verso, if desired. The paper is mildly wrinkled. None of the wear is very detrac

Single page, large format, measures 9 " x 14 ". Simple but tasteful decorative lithographic design features the state emblem of the USSR supported by the profiles of Lenin and Stalin, and a silver lyre resting on a wreath of oak leaves. The certificate is hand-signed by the ambassador N. Roshchin, and Deputy Chairman of the local trade union council D. Kryukov.

In very good to excellent condition. The top and bottom edges show tiny closed rips which can be easily repaired with tape on the verso, if desired. The paper is mildly wrinkled. None of the wear is very detractive or even noticeable. The colors of the decorative elements and the text, as well as the signatures, are vibrant and crisp.

Amateur performing arts among employees of different organizations was a strongly encouraged side of the work life of a Soviet collective. Funds were allocated, organizers were selected from the local talent or hired from the outside, people spent countless hours rehearsing to be able to perform for their colleagues when celebrating one of the Soviet political holidays. Often, a jury was appointed who graded the performers and announced the winner. This form was called an amateur performing arts competition.

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