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  1. Gents, Almost five years later, this "set" is once again listed on the well-known auction site. Asking price: $12,499.00. Although the current owner/seller is located in California and not Greece, the same qualifiers identified in the above historical posts pertain. Regards, slava1stclass
  2. Gents, Recently surfaced in the former Soyuz. Asking price: $15,000.00. The set included the recipient's Ordenskya Knizhka. He was a senior sergeant serving as a communications squad leader in a rifle division's DIVARTY when recommended for his OGI. In addition to being one of the very few Full Cavaliers who was an ethnic Jew, he was also awarded an ORS and BM during the war. Regards, slava1stclass
  3. Gents, An unidentified recon Guards sergeant major five wound striper with an OGIII and two BMs. Regards, slava1stclass
  4. Paul, But the shipping charge from Armenia is a real steal at only $7.99... Regards, slava1stclass
  5. Gents, Still listed on the well-known auction site. The BIN price was reduced to $39,500.00 on June 16, 2019. Regards, slava1stclass
  6. Gents, Currently available at a West European dealer. Asking price: $9,693.24. The recipient was a senior sergeant serving as a gun commander in an independent anti-tank battalion assigned to a rifle division when recommended for his OGI. He was also awarded an ORS during the war. Regards, slava1stclass
  7. Gents, The price was cut again - to $1,400.00 - on May 15, 2019. Regards, slava1stclass
  8. Gents, This OGII to a Full Cavalier recently sold in the former Soyuz for $540.00. The recipient was a Guards Sergeant serving as a 76mm gunner in a Guards rifle regiment when recommended for his OGI. As he was KIA before his OGI could be presented, in accordance with awards policy in force at the time, it was not presented to his next of kin. He was also awarded an ORS and BM during the war. Regards, slava1stclass
  9. Gents, With no takers thus far, it was just relisted with a $200.00 price cut and a new BIN price of $1,500.00. Regards, slava1stclass
  10. Gents, It was relisted on the well-known auction site yesterday, but now at $9,999.99 or Best Offer. Regards, slava1stclass
  11. Gents, An interesting twist has come to light. Meet OGI serial number 1153's fraternal twin. Each is original in every respect. This "twin" was accompanied by its associated OGII and OGIII. The set was on the market within the past year. It could be serial number 1153 seen below was issued as an official duplicate to replace the above OGI which is currently offered for sale. Regards, slava1stclass
  12. Gents, Just listed on the well-known NYC-area dealer's web site. Price: $8,500.00. Recipient earned his OGI during the Battle of Berlin. He was a Guards junior sergeant serving as a 120mm mortar crew member in a Guards rifle regiment (subordinated to 8th Guards Army) when recommended for it. He would subsequently march in the June 24, 1945, Victory Parade on Red Square. Regards, slava1stclass
  13. Gents, Listed on the well-known auction site two days ago. The BIN price is set at $9,999.99. The recipient was erroneously awarded two OGIIIs during the war only to have the second award amended to this OGI in 1969 when he officially attained Full Cavalier status. He was a corporal serving as a machine gunner in a rifle regiment assigned to a rifle division when recommended for his final OG. He was also awarded an ORS and two BMs during the war. Regards, slava1stclass
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