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Artan Lame

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  1. To help Mr. 922F, I brought here 2 pictures of a cased weding medal of Leka II. Regards, Artan
  2. Dear all, This is the assemblage of a parade uniform Model 1952 of an Albanian officer. This jackets come from USSR in 1952 to serve as parade jackets, but with some changes. Regards,
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    Awards to Enver Hoxha

    His complete medalier was: 1. Order Hero of the People 2. Title Hero of the People 3. Title Hero of the Socialist Labor 4. Order of the Freedom 5. Order of the Partisan Star 6. Order of Scanderbeg 7. Order of the Flag 8. Order of the Bravery 9. Order 40 Anniversary of the PLA 10. Medal of Remembrance 11. Medal of Bravery 12. Medal of the Liberation 13. Order of the Peoples of Yugoslavia, YU 14. Order of the Partisan Star, YU 15. Order of 9 September 1944, BG 16. Order of People's Freedom, BG 17. Order of Suvorov, USSR
  4. This is the exact translation of the phrase of the Law. A.
  5. Hi to all, As per Law 10.01.1928, the Order of Bravery (Urdheri i Trimerise) has 3 clases and the Medal of Bravery in 3 clases. Order: Hero, Theror, Trim. Medal: Gold, Silver, Bronze. I the same law is specified: -HERO, lst class, neck badge & star -THEROR, 2nd class, neck badge -TRIM, 3rd class, medal, 5 cm over the the belt. The neck badge and the Trim class have a green ribbon and the three classes of medal have a red ribbon. I think that the Rumbullaku has some wrong informations, including the image of Trim class that is a fantasy design. An attached, image of the original article of law, with the denomination of the different classes of the order. Thank you. Artan
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    Albania- Wied era medals

    Hi All, Another super rare case of the Albanian Order of the Black Eagle "in action" !!! Aqif pasha Bicaku of Elbasani, in 1916 with the grand officer star and badge of the Order. More over, besides the Order, he also has the Medal of Princes Arrival in Durres. Regards, Artan
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    Hi, Bob, congratulations for your finds. To complete your albanian pieces, I am showing you my pieces. Regards, Artan Those are the GLA distinctives with letters in Italian and Albanian, each of them in two types of clips. Those are the distinctives of the Albanian Fascist Party. This is the badge of the PFSH. Those ate 4 different types of the arm badge of the Albanian Fascist Militia. 1. In felt. 2. In stamped silvered thick tin. 3. In bachelite. 4. In stamped thin tin.
  8. Chip, Bayern, Thanks for your contribute. Here is the belt and the sword know of Heaton-Armstrong, who were gifted to the National Museum of Tirana from his daughter. As you know he was a Price Wied officer. You can see that his sword knot has black and red colors. So, do you think the Heaton-Armstrong used an Wurttembergian sword knot, or was it made red and black specifically for Albania? Regards, Artan
  9. Hi to all, I find this sword knot. Can any one help me, if it is german, for what regiment? Regards, Artan
  10. Dear all, This is the Partisan Star III class, first type (Mondvor). A. Untitled-15.tif
  11. Artan; 

    I am an Ottoman Medals collector.. I would be interested to buy your Ottoman medals if you are not specially collecting them.  Specially the Hirfet and sanayi medal. 

    As this is a rare medal I can pay top payment for that special medal.

    Best Regards;

    Ertugrul Kasaci  

    Dr. Engineer

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    Dear all, Last my arrive is this ottoman flag pole. Can anyone help me to the dating it? Regards, A.
  13. This is the new complete table of the variants of SKANDERBEG order. A.
  14. Hi all, A super rare piece. A Scanderbeg order, II class, silver , IKOM, numbered (181). This variant also miss in my book (ALBANIAN MEDALS II) !!! Regards, A.
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    Dear Avsaribar, I agree, they aren't medals elements, but I think they are military pieces. Regards, Artan