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Alex .

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  1. Cross of Iron and Blood in memory of the 35th anniversary of the defense of Sevastopol - 349 days. Original was issued in 1890.
  2. Hi gents, I came across this British naval dirk that has strange inscription on the scabbard throat: “Lacy –67– Royal Exchange”. Does anyone know what Royal Exchange has to do with naval dirks? Was it a distributor of edge weapons at that time? Or it's owner's name who worked at the Royal Exchange? Thanks Alex
  3. Thank you, very helpful info! Alex
  4. Hi gents, Can you please help me to identify this polish badge? Is it: Commemorative badge of the Soldiers and Insurgents Association of the VIII District, 2nd Class? Thanks
  5. Hi gents, Do you know what year it mas manufactured or what years this makers mark was used? It marked with "Sheffield Cast Steel" and letters TPV. Any additional information is appreciated. Regards Alex
  6. Hi gents, Can you please help me to identify this Red Cross insignia? It measures 40 x 60 mm and made of metal covered with ceramic. Thanks in advance Alex
  7. Hi Micke, I agree, it looks similar to Imperial Russian naval dirk, but it's not. Russian daggers don't have riveted handles or brass scabbards. In the last couple of years I’ve seen two more identical daggers with the same markings “AO”. So, looks like this could be officially issued dagger. Alex
  8. Hi gents, Can you please help me to identify this dagger? Thank you in advance
  9. Thank you. Could be modified Portuguese Order of Tower.
  10. Hi gents, Can you help me to identify this Bulgarian badge? Thanks in advance. Alex
  11. Hello gents, I came across this miniature Spanish order or medal that I'm unable to identify. I says: "Premio A La Vir Mil" (Premio A La Virtud Militar) on one side and "Secondo Exercito" on revers. Any idea what is it? Alex
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