The pin badge represents an image of a fringe sewn red banner, flapping in the wind. The banner is decorated with a twisted lace with a golden tassel. The cloth is attached to the spear-like flagstaff.
On the banner there is a relief profile of Vladimir Lenin – the leader of the world proletariat, the ideologist of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
The text of the pin badge reads: “Shock Worker of Communist Labour.”
Fastening is on a safety pin. The method of painting is cold enamel.
The pin badge was made in the USSR in the 1980s.
It is currently available as a modern replica. The distinctive features of the rare original pin badge are the manufacturer’s unique mark on the back, a higher quality and more valuable metal used in its production.
The pin badge is a valuable collector’s item.