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  1. Wow, that’s rather steep. Even in today’s market and for a full set. Here another full cavalier: Awarded to jr sergeant Mikhail Vladimirovich Getmansky (Михаил Владимирович Гетманский) For street fighting in the very center of Berlin during the Battle of Berlin. One of the very last OG1s https://sovietorders.com/product/order-of-glory-1st-class/
  2. Found it! Very, very interesting! http://www.warheroes.ru/hero/hero.asp?Hero_id=26306 The price reflects the story... It's already up $15k
  3. That's very reasonable. Is there more info on the awardee?
  4. Yes, my thoughs exactly. Also nice is the large amount of information which can be found online about him.
  5. Another great set to Александр Семёнович Писклов :-)
  6. Can you guys help me by telling to which period dagger this navy belt belongs? It is made of real metal thread. Thnx!
  7. I count 11 (including the horizontal one). No button.
  8. Just wondering; is this one possible? It isn't is the excel sheet.
  9. Hi all, I have a navy 'Bulat' dagger here dated 1989 and a army ZIK dagger without a year. Are these combinations even possible? Thanks!
  10. Yup, I was a bit disappointed myself to be honest. Not a bad price but in this condition to a full cavalier... I wish the buyer didn't pay me. I wouldn't have sold it if I knew the price would be this low. Especially since I have sold Glory 2nd's in worse condition with a less interesting story to non-full-cavaliers for over $700
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