The pin represents a rectangle with the inscription “Moscow”, placed in the red field. The first letter of the inscription – “M” – is made in the form of the stylized merlon of the Moscow Kremlin Wall.
The red color of the pin symbolizes the Red Revolutionary Banner, the Red Square, and the red Kremlin brick.
Fastening is on a safety pin. The method of painting is cold enamel.
The pin was made in the USSR in the late 1980s and was never reproduced.
The distinctive features of the rarity original pin are the manufacturer’s unique mark and stamped price on the back of the pin. In the Soviet Union due to the absence of the freewheeling economy, goods prices had been fixed for the whole country.
The text stamped on the back of the pin “Tz10K” means “Price 10 kopecks.” In modern Russia one could buy nothing for such a sum of money.
The pin is a valuable collector’s item.
Moscow is the capital and the largest city of Russia. The city is also the main political, economic, cultural and scientific center.