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I first got interested in this hobbie when I was asked by a friend to get him a certain medal as I was in this part of the world...I will Post close ups over time and more.

I was hooked.

Chris

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Its hard to say anything is your favourite but this is sure at the top of the list for badges..Best Kartogrifa...30ties in great condition.

Chris

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The Soviets continued the traditions of medal and badge production of earlier times...this is 1939...41 Best in Navy in Silver.

Chris

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This Honorable Railway Man in Silver...early 30ties my favourite period as the quality was tip top.

Chris

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Nothing Boring here!! I see pure quality...

Please tell me about the toy armored car!

PAul

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Nothing Boring here!! I see pure quality...

Please tell me about the toy armored car!

PAul

Paul

The armoured car is very well made of light alloy material...not sure of when but it is not recent.

Thought it complemented my collection and just liked its look...

Regards

Chris

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I love the car too :cheeky::beer: It is fairly detaled.

Now... the medals! :beer:

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A bit closer.

Chris

Oh yeah Chris...bored to tears...Oh wait...that's me crying because I don't have any!!! Awesome collection.

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These are the main medals awarded to a Guards Major who I think was probably wounded and discharged as he also has the Victory over Germany in the military and civilian versions.

The medals are mounted with a well worn Guards badge...this group came mounted as such.

Chris

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Early Para Badge 1935ish...very neglected in my view these early Soviet Para as they were amougst the first..

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A nice low number to the Bravery Medal...for a T1 V3...ring is intact as well...quite lucky to find this one.

Chris

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Typical Partisan Gp (a couple of Uncle Joe's)..1st Class with Victory over Germany

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