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  1. Daffy Duck

    French officer, help with medals

    it should be lower ranking diplomatic/consular uniform. The grades of those orders indicate the lowest rank of the holder.
  2. Daffy Duck

    Order of Grand Star of Yugoslavia

    Just to add something to this thread
  3. Daffy Duck

    Greek War Cross

    Nice!! I have never seen this type before!
  4. just to add that former monitor Bodrog from the first picture still exists and there is a plan to be completely reconstruct at the very place from which he fired first shots in the First War World at Belgrade, Serbia.
  5. Daffy Duck

    Serbian For Bravery medal, 1876

    But nevertheless is quite rare
  6. is there any possibility to know the serial number on that specific piece?
  7. It’s a bit strange as we have never seen this medal on any of king Alexander Obrenovic numerous portraits. This specific one must have been attributed to (at least ) members of royal house.
  8. they look brand new, unworn . Paja is quite right, as those epaulets should be attributed to the reign of King Milan instead to the reign of his son Alexander Obrenovic.
  9. Great find and I as well believe that's a original signature.
  10. Any chance to get explanation, why did ZIN actually manufactured type 1.1 (with wider screw nut) with such high serial numbers in the range 70k+? It will apply that they have started both from the beginning and as well as from 70k? I have one of those 1.1 but with such high SN...
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    Yugoslavian Partisan Stars

    Great collection indeed. I am just puzzled why did they put dots after roman numbers?
  12. Dear Paja, I am quite positive that you can contribute a lot with your knowledge and wisdom!
  13. Wonderful story. Many thanks for sharing it with us. Just to add that the same regulations applied to Serbian army, as the canon crew in the case of abandoning their canon could face military court. Just one more detail. I cannot with certainty read years on the Karageorge GS. 1914-191?
  14. I think that we should start a new topic: Serbian bravery medals through history