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  1. If someone want to sell his piece - let me know !
  2. Petar II Petrović-Njegoš wanted to establish an order for heroism, named after Nikac. However, senators Filip Đurašković and Stevan Perkov Vukotić suggested that the medal be named after Miloš Obilić, as he had killed the sultan and Nikac the pasha. Nikac Tomanović The history of Nikac is known by poems collected by Sima Milutinović Sarajlija and Petar II Petrović-Njegoš, the Prince-Bishop of Montenegro (1830–1851), and subsequently collected epic poems. Early life Nikac was born in Rovine, of the Sanjak of Herzegovina of the Bosnia Eyalet, Ottoman Empire (n
  3. Dear Sir Dragomir, as a patriot and a collector of serbian decorations I am asking you to do everything to investigate further infos about the collar of St. Lazar order. You have the connections among serbian politicians and the royal household to push forward and become a hero of fatherland if you bring back home this historic treasure ! In name of the serbian people please get in contact with Mr. Paul Wood and bring it back - your name will be forever known among whole Serbdom !!!
  4. Dear Paja, unfortunately there are original badges, variations, with this kind of "spider" crossbones. See my pics:
  5. 15x15 cm embroidered Serbian volunteer corps patch
  6. I have two of them in my collection - so as I saw so many "new" printed badges - I became very suspicious !
  7. Royal Yugoslav Commemorative War Cross - Ratni Krst 1941-45
  8. Interesting article about Ravnogorski Vojnicki Znak !
  9. On the bottom line the inscription says: "RAVNA GORA" in cyrillic letters
  10. Double headed eagle is fake unfortunately ! The other two badges are difficult to say !
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