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Bob

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  1. A cased Tamara or somebody's color printer got a bit creative? ebay nr 202714664610
  2. Any chance of getting a PDF of this catalogue? Am trying to research some items and getting this would help.
  3. I believe, but am not 100% certain, it is a code for the department number of the product approval unit (Prufstelle)
  4. Yes, I did. I jumped on that one. There's another one out there for sale, not that much more expensive. PM me if you want it.
  5. https://www.ebay.ph/itm/Mongolia-The-Order-of-Hero-Star-2nd-Type-1946-Gold-5-Diamonds-USSR-Mondvor-/112896822770 And recently on Hermann Historica a Hero Star (nr 14) was auctioned off for 18K euro excl. buyer fees.
  6. I have one of Koldunov's Soviet medals (incl. document) in my collection. Can't recall which one, a 'basic' one. Closest I'll get to a Soviet Marshall!
  7. Wow - looks like we could use an "Albanian belts" section! Not my collecting area, but still impressive!
  8. And looks like above one changed hands http://www.caricat.it/index.php?id_product=827&controller=product&id_lang=1&search_query=albania&results=4 Plus http://www.caricat.it/index.php?id_product=1318&controller=product&id_lang=1&search_query=albania&results=4
  9. https://www.ratisbons.com/Auctions-archive/21st-Contemporary-History-Auction/Albania-Royal-Guard-officer-s-shoulder-boards.html Given the interest in these items...
  10. Yes, had the FN medal in my hand. Awarded in 1939 to a Serbian nurse. 4000 Euro was too much for me to branch out and start with these though... despite this medal being very rare and interesting. I still regret not having said yes to an offer a LONG time ago to buy one which had been awarded to a Mongolian nurse. Thanks for the link - interesting! And indeed, 2000 Euro was a rather hefty amount. I am not 100% certain of course whether the eventual buyer also paid that amount or more (or less).
  11. Hi - I asked the seller what the belt + epaulets went for and he told me 2000 Euro. I never got the chance to get them in my hands as they were sold while I was reflecting on them over a beer. Did not ask about the other items.
  12. Couldn’t quickly find another thread to post this so doing it here. just saw this at for sale at Militalia in Milan... went to drink a beer and think it over and when i came back it was sold and gone (perhaps to a forum member?) nice! Also some other items - is the small red medal also Albanian?
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