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Igor Ostapenko

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  1. I weighted few medals from my collection from left - 25.9 gr silver class numbered medal , 26.6 gr gold and 29.2 gr another gold classes .
  2. Montenegro - Silver Bravey Medal

    New in collection. Bad condition, but ...
  3. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    Photo from 1906 y. !!!
  4. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    and Uberkarton ( sorry for bad pictures )
  5. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    Thank you, Graf but in this case - order with box come from Italian family
  6. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    new Item in collection How we can know - 2nd class from 1908 or 2nd-3rd class before 1908 ?
  7. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    See crown on the order and date
  8. you must to go to your local juveler !!! I like your merit medals !!!
  9. Bad quality of pictures ... Can you ask good pictures from mr. Manov ? ( and picture of reverse of 1st type Red Cross Badge and of box )
  10. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    Yes Graf These boxes are similar ! Coin from 1894 , but we have phaleristic Item from 1893 year ( I have only picture )
  11. sorry, not have best resolution of photo
  12. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    it’s not similar boxes
  13. Bulgarian St Alexander Grand Cross badge?

    Picture from internet
  14. bad picture of awards from museum
  15. This is 3rd class cross In 1880 there were three degrees of the cross - two gold and one degree of the silver cross. In 1885, the Prince added a fourth-degree cross and all veterans who received a cross in 1880 added a bow to the ribbon of the cross. Russian medal in silver was presented to all veterans who fought on Shipka. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Shipka_Pass
  16. Republican Civil Merit Star, Godet

    http://ak-group.ru/forum/showthread.php?t=18200
  17. Medal for Merit (BULGARIA)

    I will add L. CHR. LAUER from Nurnberg for first silver medals 1908 y. If you can read Russian - see on russian forum http://ak-group.ru/forum/showthread.php?t=18182
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