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Alex .

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  1. Thank you gentleman. So, I'm going to call it: Private Sailing competition award.
  2. Thank you Mike. Is it possible, that it was made for one of the colonies? Alex.
  3. Hi gents, Please help me, to identify this cross. It's hallmarked by Birmingham Assay Office, dated 1919 and the maker's mark is V and S. Dimensions: 11.6 cm long, including ribbon, and 4.5 cm wide.
  4. Here is translated info about 7th Finnish Infantry Regiment: https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fgwar.mil.ru%2Farmy%2F490%2F&sandbox=1
  5. Thank you! Looks like, this is Milivoj Barjaktarević, Serbian consul in Budapest during King Aleksandar reign.
  6. Hi, Can you please help me to identify who's on this picture? Thanks.
  7. Hi, Can you please help me to identify who's on this picture? Thanks
  8. It's hard to say, who is the manufacturer, because there are no maker's marks. I have two St. Anna miniatures that look similar to yours. First British, second French made.
  9. Thank you JapanX! I was wondering, who is the manufacturer.
  10. Authentic, most likely European made. Prices around: $200 & $300. Here is very similar one ...
  11. Looks like they bumped up the quality 😀
  12. Thank you. Could be a copy. But in this case the badge from the museum is copy too, because it's totally identical.
  13. This is Institute of Railway Engineers graduation badge.
  14. I found the identical badge in Warsaw museum: https://cyfrowa.stacjamuzeum.pl/zasoby/obiekt/obiekty-w-technologii-360-st/obiekty-w-technologii-360-st/odznaka-na-rekaw-pociagu-pancernego-paderewski
  15. Hi gents, What do you think about the authenticity of this badge? Thanks
  16. Looks original. Here is another one.
  17. It's made in USA. Not sure about the manufacturer.
  18. Medal issued by the Aleutian and North American Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church "In memory of the 25th anniversary of the first reunion of the Carpatho-Rusyns with the Russian Orthodox Church", 1916.
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