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  1. Hi, I spotted lately one medal for long service in security forces. There are many such medals for 10 and 20 years of service in security forces. But this is one medal for 30 year of service made in GOLD. I saw only two times such medal in many years, I believe that it is not very common.
  2. Gentlemen, very interesting and very old Badge given to Yugoslavian Participants of October Revolution 1917. Enjoy.
  3. Greetings gentlemen, I would like to present you different types of Bravery order from my collection. First (and my personal favorite) Soviet production, Monetny Dvor, obvious signs of wear but a very nice number - 229. http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2013/post-7937-0-80030200-1380634694.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2013/post-7937-0-11093100-1380634916.jpg
  4. Gents, on sale is following very nice object (#260450343137). This is quite new development, I must admit, very interesting idea. This red color- what could it be? w.
  5. Order was instituted in 1945 as Order of Labor 3rd class (Орден рада 3. реда). Name was changed in 1961 when it became Order of Labor with Silver Wreath (Орден рада са сребрним венцем). According to Stojan Rudež it was awarded 182.910 times until the end of 1985 making it second most awarded Yugoslav order. First orders were made in ZIN (Zavod za izradu novčanica) Belgrade or to be more precise ZNB (Zavod narodne banke) what was the mint's name at the time. Apart from that they were made in IKOM Zagreb. Order of Labor 2nd and 3rd class and Order of Bravery are the only orders that were made out of cheaper material (Tombac) since their institution.
  6. Order of Military Merit 2nd Class The Order of Military Merit 2nd Class was issued in 3 classes. 1st Class ? was awarded 2,609 times Silver, 5 torches Silver, 6 torches Tombac, 6 torches 2nd Class ? was awarded 24,141 times Silver, 5 torches Silver, 6 torches Tombac, 6 torches 3rd Class ? was awarded 94,685 times Silver, 5 torches Silver, 6 torches Tombac, 6 torches Please show yours! Order of Military Merit 2nd Class, 5 torches (silver) Order of Military Merit 3rd Class , 5 torches (silver)
  7. Gentlemen, I was offered lately this intersting Order of Brotherhood and Unity (BU) 1CL. On avers you see 6 torches it means it was made after 1963. But on reverse you can see early, first type of pin-back made by IKOM. Usually you will find this type of pin back in order which were converted from screw-back. But in that case you will see serial number. I know that there are order of BU 1CL with 5 torches and serial number in 2000 range. Does it mean that after 1963 still this type of pin-back was made or that this order was manufactured before 1963 as 5torches version and later it was changed to 6 torches? The laurel wreath should be gilded, we should see difference between wreath and other silver part of order. As we know, with the time many order lost the class information on reverse. Could it be that we see hier 5 torches BU 2CL which was remanufactured to 6 torches BU 1CL? What is your opinion? best regards waldemar
  8. Here are my favorite yugoslavian orders in my collection. They are simple, but to my eyes among the most beautiful orders of Eastern europe communist bloc. Here is a new addition to my collection. Partisan Star 2nd Class
  9. Medal for People's Merit - (Medalja Zasluga Za Narod )
  10. Here's 2nd class set from my collection. About 1300 awarded. Award was given to American engineer.
  11. Order of Yugoslavian People's Army 1st Class - was awarded 536 times 2nd Class - was awarded 9,137 times 3rd Class - was awarded 45,384 times Please show us yours! Order of Yugoslavian People's Army 3rd Class These are huge!
  12. Grand Star worn over the shoulder Founded in 1952 with 159 awarded William
  13. I don't know much about these medals, so I will only post them (pics are taken from a few eBay auctions). 1993 Medal (eBay item number: 200089231923) On the reverse, in cyrillic: For the honourable cross and the golden freedom - Republika Srpska 1993 1993 Medal "Hero Milan Tepic" (eBay item number 200089232082) On the reverse, in cyrillic: Glory, that is the dreadfull sun of the martyr - Republika Srpska 1993 That is the final verse of a poem by Jovan Ducic, Himna pobednika (Hymn of the winners), a Serbian poet of the late XIX, early XX century. 1993 Bravery Medal "Gavrilo Princip" (eBay item number: 200089232146) On the reverse, in cyrillic: For bravery - Republika Srpska 1993 Regards, Filip
  14. Ok guys, I would like to request your help. Where can I find the Order of Precedence from Yugoslavian orders and medals. I need to know what's the highest Yugoslavian order, than the second, third, fourth and so on ... For example if you look the Soviet Union you have the Order of Victory that goes to the top and the Hero of the Soviet Union order and so on. I know that the highest Yugoslavian order is the Order of Freedom, but what comes next. Please any help would be appreciate! I have no information to start with. Is there a book that has this information?
  15. My collection in new look. Follow the link : http://www.flickr.com/photos/12225044@N03/show/
  16. The watch belonged to Yugoslav Air Force Pilot, unfortunately it doesn't work. It seems that Breitling delivered watches with some kind of defect as most of them I've seen so far, and I've seen at least a dozen, don't work. I found information that some of them stopped working after first battery replacement. Anyway they were produced between 1980 and 1985 and have ESA Y2 900.231 movement, model is also known as Pluton. You can see pilots' wings and RV i PVO (Air Force and Anti-Air Defence) inscription on the case back.
  17. Star of Orger St. Sava ... Star without marks . silver , 80 mm 1st or 2nd class ? Yougoslavian post war production ?
  18. I would like to show my new star for my collection I got from Santa!
  19. I found this piece and was wondering where it is from. The screwplate is marked IKOM ZAGREB meaning it was Yugoslavian manufacture. I also know that Yugoslavia made awards for Albania but is this a Yugoslavian or Albanian award is the question. I did some digging and can't find any refereces to this badge. Here's the picture of the award:
  20. Here are couple of Air Force patches (and scans) from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia era (Савезна Република Југославија - СРЈ). Useful wiki links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Force_of_Serbia_and_Montenegro http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Yugoslav_Air_Force_squadrons Air Force (Ваздухопловни корпус) and Air Defense Corps (Корпус противваздушне одбране). http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_09_2013/post-7937-0-32546800-1378309213.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_09_2013/post-7937-0-35773100-1378309229.jpg
  21. Anyone know more about this medal? Seems like it's a commemoration medal for the brigade but I've never heard about it before nor can I find any more info.
  22. Hi everyone. I am new to this forum, but I have some uniform queries and I thought that someone here might be able to help me out with some information on the uniforms of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, specifically those worn by King Peter II. As King of Yugoslavia, presumably King Peter II held commissions in all of the country’s military (in the same way that the British Royal Family do). So he would have been an officer in the army, navy and air force. These are photos I’ve found of the king in military uniform, and from what I gather, this is the uniform of the Royal Yugoslav Army… Pic 1 …and this the Yugoslav Air Force. Pic 2 My first question, does anyone know what colour his Air Force uniform is? I’ve seen a colour photo of a Yugoslav Army uniform, but not the air force. Is it blue like the RAF? This photo looks like an air force uniform, but he has a paler coloured jacket. Is this some sort of summer uniform? Pic3 Secondly, these are photos of the king during the war when he was in exile. The photos I believe were taken around 1942 and 1943. Does anyone know what uniforms he is wearing in these photos? Pic 4 Pic 5 The last one is a darker shade of khaki than any other uniform I’ve seen him in. My next question is about his rank. What rank did he actually hold in the forces? This photo of him from 19 August 1941 shows him in his air force uniform, with the rank insignia of captain… Pic 6 …but this photo from c.1941 shows him with the rank of general… Pic 7 Furthermore, this photo from June 1941 has him with the general rank stars, but without the eagle underneath. What does that mean? Pic 8 Then his wedding photo from March 1944 he is wearing the braids of, if I’m not mistaken, a Lieutenant Colonel… Pic 9 Also, he doesn’t appear to wear the gold epaulettes that other air force officers wear. And finally, does anyone know what rank he is wearing on the later uniforms? Are they army ranks? Pic 10 It’s all very confusing! Many thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
  23. ...in the Fields of Defense and Security (Орден за заслуге у областима одбране и безбедности) 3rd class. http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-7937-0-28960100-1398361274.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-7937-0-03993800-1398361288.jpg
  24. Hi, does anyone have any photos of General Glasnovic to post? Thanks Chris
  25. This long named decoration was introduced in 1998. It had only one grade and it was awarded for commitment in carrying out duties in the fields of defense and security. Ribbon looks the same as the ribbon for the Medal for military merit of the previous (communist) Yugoslavia, except it's pentagonal. And the box is quite nice, looks expensive and it's pretty heavy. Medal came along with the awarding document signed by the president of FRY himself which was unfortunately thrown away by the previous owner.
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