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  1. Gents, Things have been very quiet on the sales front. One can only wonder if the ongoing corona virus crisis and its related severe effect on the global economy may cause some to liquidate their collections to raise capital. Regards slava1stclass
  2. Gents, Remains available; no takers thus far. The BIN price is unchanged. Regards, slava1stclass
  3. Matt, What is the serial number of the first/top comparison image? Should the discussion of concerns relating to OGI 363 be taking place on another online forum, please provide the link to it. You may PM me the link if you prefer. Thank you. Regards, slava1stclass
  4. Matt, Since you sold this group (https://sovietorders.com/product/group-order-glory-1st-2nd-3rd-class/), I assume someone is now questioning its authenticity and looking to take you up on your lifetime guarantee. Please see attached images of an OGI that falls within seven numbers of the OGI in the set you sold. I hope this is of some assistance to you. Regards, slava1stclass
  5. Gents, The catalog for the The New York Sale Auction L (50) is now online. The auction is scheduled for January 16, 2020. One Order of Glory First Class is included in the auction. Its details follow: "3106 Researched Order of Glory 1st Class. Type 1. Award # 3169. 23K GOLD. Comes with copies of the full research, about 20 pages, including Award Card and all Citations. Awarded to sergeant Pishkevich V.N., who, according to research, was bestowed it in 1969 (!), apparently in exchange for duplicate 3rd class awarding. Most likely one of the very last awarding of this order in the USSR era. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity from A. Filer (9.5 out of 10 condition rating). Rare such. Condition: Mint condition, flawless enamels, all original, including suspension and ribbon. Silver connecting ring uncut. $10,000" Regards, slava1stclass
  6. Gents, The Battle of Berlin's 75th anniversary is but a few short months away (the battle commenced on April 16, 1945). For the first time in English, the battle is chronicled via the combat exploits of Red Army soldiers who were awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union title for their valor in capturing the city. Paperback and eBook versions are available: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1710970693?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Regards, slava1stclass
  7. Posted May 18 Gents, The price was cut again - to $1,400.00 - on May 15, 2019. Regards, slava1stclass Gents, This group sold for $1,400.00 on September 8, 2019. Regards, slava1stclass
  8. Gents, Currently available on the well-known auction site for a BIN price of $8,999.00. He was a senior sergeant serving as a mortar crew chief in a mortar company assigned to a rifle regiment when recommended for his OGI. His regiment was subordinate to the 2nd Ukrainian Front. Regards, slava1stclass
  9. Gents, Just a tad over 2 1/2 years later and good old number "967" is up for auction in the former Soyuz. Opening bid is set at $3,500.00. Regards. slava1stclass
  10. Gents, MG Huebner meeting with the Soviets at the Elbe River on April 26, 1945. Pictured from left to right are: BG Charles G. Helmick (CG, V Corps Artillery), MG Huebner, Guards Major General Vladimir V. Rusakov (Commander, 58th Guards Rifle Division) and an unidentified Soviet field-grade officer. Regards, slava1stclass
  11. Gents, Major General Clarence R. Huebner, Commanding General, V Corps, seen wearing the Order of Suvorov Second Class and the Guards badge. Regards, slava1stclass
  12. Gents, Currently at auction in the former Soyuz with the opening bid set at $484.00. This OGIII was awarded to a Full Cavalier who was a Guards Senior Sergeant serving as a submachine gunner in a reconnaissance company assigned to a Guards tank brigade in 4th Guards Tank Army when recommended for his OGI. He was a Guards sergeant when awarded this OGIII. He fought at Kursk and was also awarded two OPWIs and a BM during the war. Regards, slava1stclass
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