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  1. ORDER OF THE POLAR STAR T1: old design pattern - Mondvor mintmark T2V1S1: Uighur inscription - serial number 6 o'clock - upward curved Monetnyi Dvor mintmark (12 o'clock position) T2V1S2: Uighur inscription - serial number under screwpost - downward curved Monetnyi Dvor mintmark (12 o'clock position) T3V1: Cyrillic inscription - concave reverse - serial number 7 o'clock T3V2: Cyrillic inscription - flat (trench) reverse - serial number under screwpost T3V3: Cyrillic inscription - flat slightly pebbled reverse - serial number 6 o'clock T4: 1970's pinback Jan
  2. This fellow has offered me this badge and I am interested, but have no clue on the reality of the piece. Is this a legit Mongolian Badge for anti partisan. The book while very intriguing, doesn't seem to really conform to what I would expect for an award document per se. Any and all opinions are welcome and the guidance greatly appreciated. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...AMEDW%3AIT&rd=1 Thanks much guys!
  3. HERO OF THE MONGOLIAN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC T1 only 6 awarded T2 41 awarded 14 posthumous titles awarded, they were NOT accompanied with the Gold Star. Pix from Yuri Yashnev's site
  4. Following the example of the Soviet Award Pages here is a provisionary list of the Order Booklets of the MPR The dates are very approximative Type 1 & 2 : 1940-45 / Uighur writing / text of T2 is slightly different Type 3: 1946-47 / State seal with uighur text / booklet: gold coloured inscription, partly in Uighur, partly in Cyrillic ?Odon medaliin devter? (decoration (note)book) In this type the date of awarding corresponds to the calendar in which 1911, the year of the independence of Outer Mongolia, is considered being year 1. Hence the date 2/5/37, would stand for May 2nd, 1947. Type 4: 1950-54 / State seal with Cyrillic text / booklet: black coloured inscription, partly in Uighur, partly in Cyrillic ?Odon medaliin devter? Type 5: 1954-60 / State seal with Uighur text / booklet: Gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin devter? Type 6: ??? / State seal with Cyrillic text / booklet: Gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic Odon medaliin devter? Type 7: 1961-71 / 1970's state seal / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin devter? Type 8: 1971-76 / 1970's state seal / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Bugd nairamdakh Mongol ard uls / Odon medaliin unemlekh? (decoration licence) Type 9: 1976 / 1970's state seal / booklet: brown rather than red cover / gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh? Type 10: 1982 / 1970's state seal (large sized) / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh? Type 11: 1986 / 1970's state seal (small sized) / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh? Type 12: 1995 / 1970's state seal (medium sized) / booklet: gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh? Type 13: 1991 / 1970's state seal / booklet: Plastic bound, grey interior, gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?BNMAU / Odon medaliin unemlekh? Type 14: 1997 / Soyombo / booklet: Plastic bound; gold coloured inscription in Cyrillic ?Mongol Ulsiin Odon medaliin unemlekh? Please add, correct, help where necessary Jan
  5. First pics to follow this evening. Sadly only the documents, but this is one hell of a set of documents! Detailed pics when the mailman arrives. I know, this is a bit of a tease, but good to see interesting stuff still popping up :cheers:
  6. Attached Golden grade (number 1000). Apparently there are two different variations although this is the only type I have.
  7. This is all I have my be sum body can show some other one.
  8. H 23 -- Mongolia A tiny little thing, the Mongolian map and dove section is only 22 x 16 mm.
  9. I know that there is a separate tread on this badge already but I could not figure out how to attach a picture. So decided to start a new topic. Sorry. Anyway, my latest acquisition: Shockworker badge of the MPR # 18.
  10. I have very reliable information, from The Best of Sources, that by this fall, the Mongolian Phaleristic Society will be fully operational and will be open for membership applications. A certificate and membership badge (!) has been designed. Watch this space for further information!
  11. SUKHBAATAR ORDER T1: Screwback T2: Pinback I propose we try to channel our efforts, and post new questions and new info in the appropriated thread, instead of mixing them all up. Will post pix later
  12. Okay, let's see if we can find some interesting pix of our Mongolian decorated friends First off Choibalsan and Tsedenbal in full glory ATTENTION: I have, as usual, found most of these photos on the web, if anyone feels his/her copyrights have been violated, please let me know, and I will remove the pictures
  13. Let's look at this one in a thread. Unfortunately I've not even been able to spot an A7.1 (pre '75) or A7.2 (post '75)... these are the ones with red stones. I do have A8 complete - 3 variations: - T1V1 - hand-engraved number (I have 244; numbers sited range from 8-407) note the slight difference in pin on back - T1V2 - rotating-tool serial, low-quality local production (I have 706; numbers sited range from 452-786) - T2V1 - unnumbered (note: light blue air) What surprises me is the relatively low price you can buy these at given such small quantities of the first 2 variations were ever made. I guess it doesn't get as much attention since it's small, nothing spectacular in design and isn't an order.
  14. I've always been fascinated with Mongolia and the Khalkin Gol Campaign. Many years ago, I had a chance to get out to Khalkin Gol. Along the way, we stopped off at TAMSAG BULAG (sometimes spelled Tamsak Bulak). I just had to go there...because I just loved the name! I used to tell my wife: "One of these days, I have to go visit Tamsag Bulag!" This place was once a giant Soviet airfield and military staging area to fight the Japanese forces at Khalkin Gol. I was expecting to see an old airfield, aircraft relics, etc. When we got there, my reaction was: "WTF...!" There was absolutely nothing there but a few broken down buildings and absolutely no trees nor bushes!!! Sorry, but no 7-11 and no Starbucks! It had a population of 5 (a yurt with a Mongolian shepherd family) with a flock of goats, sheep, horses, and a camel. The Japanese bombed the base and there were vicious dogfights overhead. So I had my photo taken there, just to show my wife that I was at the ends of the earth. My buddy and I joked about making a T-shirt which reads: "I'VE BEEN TO TAMSAG BULAG, HAVE YOU?" And now that I've been there and showed you the photos, you don't have to make the grueling journey! Saved you time and money. I appreciated Bob sharing his photos of Lake Khasan, which was on my bucket list. Thanks to him, I don't have to go there now! He's saved me thousands of dollars!!!
  15. Sounds to me like a Georgian name (which is where the group also was shipped from) but still posting it in the Mongolian section because the majority of the items in the group are in fact Mongolian. Fingers crossed for research to get some background info! Documented group consists of: - Soviet Order of Red Banner - nr 561.653, awarded in 1970 - Mongolian Combat Order - nr 2.142, awarded in 1969 - and two Mongolian anniversary medals (one of the booklets is actually for a different medal which was not included) http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-679-0-71598800-1396526264.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-679-0-81453200-1396526323.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-679-0-97185800-1396526350.jpg
  16. ORDER OF THE RED COMBAT BANNER T1: Screwback - 3 rivets - Serial number under the screwpost T2V1: 1970's Pinback - 3 rivets - serial number 12 o'clock T2V1: 1970's Pinback - 2 rivets - serial number 5 o'clock PIC: T1
  17. Well, I think this is might be interesting. Currently its on sale in one russian auction. Looks like a genuine to me.
  18. I was sent this in an e-mail. Is this what I guess it is? A contemporary post-Battushig State Prize??
  19. Sunday's are always good to flip through Dr B's book and this time what sparked my interest was the awards that Tsedenbal has (page 21). In particular: 3 Bulgarian Dimitrov orders!?! Never realized that Mongolia had such close ties to Bulgaria of all places. That's more than his modest 2 Order of Lenin's How about identifying the awards on the other side of his jacket?
  20. A series of Badges related to the Khalkhin Gol Battle, other than A 45, A 51 and A 58. Starting with the Badge 20 Years of Khalkhin Gol (A 60) Dolf
  21. Order of Military Valour T1 Variation 1: Small star - 3 maker's marks on reverse - no serial number T2 Variation 2: Large star - Mondvor Mint mark - serial numbered Please note that the reverses in Dr B's book have been switched by accident A21.1R is actually A21.2R and visa versa I can't recall where I found the pix, if somebody recognizes his pix and doesn't want them posted, please let me know I'll remove them Jan PIC: T1V1: Herfurth M5.1 Battushig A21.1
  22. ORDER OF THE RED BANNER OF MILITARY VALOUR T1V1: 3 rivets - Mondvor mintmark T1V2: 3 rivets - Monetnyi Dvor mintmark T1V3S1: 4 rivets - Monetnyi Dvor mintmark - serial number 6 o'clock position T1V3S2: 4 rivets - Monetnyi Dvor mintmark - serial number under the screwpost They changed from 3 to 4 rivets because the crossed guns on the obverse came lose too easily when fastened only with 1 rivet PIC: T1V1
  23. Hello, has anyone come across any photos of the 1918-21 Mongolian peoples revolutionary army ? Did they wear mongolian costume or Soviet uniforms ? I think i have seen a photo of Marshal Choibelsan in red army uniform and schlem. Ranjit.
  24. i personally like the design of this award - and now try to get some more infos about it. (have seen the other thread, but thought, it would be best, to creat an extra thread for the badge and its varietys) used the pictures from the battushig book J 01 - best herder
  25. First let me say, thank you! to those of you who still contribute to the Mongolian forum, I realize it's been a bit quiet around here, but new topics are hard to find and this one may rank rather high on the "Sillymeter", but I found it interesting all the same! I just got in a low serial# Polar star (type 3 #583) and something caught my eye. On the inside of the screwplate there was a clearly discernable raised 'crossed sword' mark. It is on the area where the screw passes through the plate and the mark is therefore partially "damaged". I naturally checked my other orders and found that another polar star type3 serial#1035 had this same marking on its screwplate. I'm curious, is this a known mark with the soviet guys? Is this just a trivial little detail or does it possible suggest an origin for the plates, if not for the orders them selves? Anyway like I said earlier this might rank high on the "sillymeter" but any info and/or theories are more than welcome! JC
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