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Commemorative medal for the 300th Anniversary Of The Russian Navy


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Thank you for the advice Paul hope one day you will show us your cabinet i am very curious to see :)

Nick you mean that for not expensive medal is not needed a cabinet? if you mean this
I do not agree with you, a collection, as all the various collections in the world are made up of many pieces put together with dedication and passion by the collector,
because he loves his medals and his orders, and certainly does not want them but in a drawer but in a cabinet, in a frame, display etc. ..
so no matter if a piece is worth 10 or 1000 in order to be worthy to stand in a display to the delight of the eyes.
each piece for small or inexpensive as it is, has its own story to tell if you know how to read..
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so no matter if a piece is worth 10 or 1000 in order to be worthy to stand in a display to the delight of the eyes.

each piece for small or inexpensive as it is, has its own story to tell if you know how to read..

Yes, it's not the price, but aesthetic and historical value behind this or that piece .

Unfortunately thousands of unofficial RF medals lack both completely ...

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are called Umalatova correct?

No, it isn't.

Correct "official" name for these will be

Awards of the Permanent Bureau of the Congress of people's deputies of the USSR / Награды Постоянного Президиума Съезда народных депутатов СССР

"Ulmalatovskiye" awards or simply "Ulmalatovky" is collectors slang.

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Not everyone, but those who faultlessly served in navy aviation for 10 and more years or others branches of navy for 20 and more years or were previously awarded with RF decorations.

Original statute

"... военнослужащие, состоящие на службе в Военно-Морском Флоте, морских силах Федеральной пограничной службы Российской Федерации, если они удостоены государственных наград Российской Федерации , РСФСР, СССР и безупречно прослужили на кораблях и на должностях летного состава морской авиации 10, а в других морских частях 20 и более лет в календарном исчислении на день вступления в силу указа о награждении,

военнослужащие Военно-Морского Флота, принимавшие участие в боевых действиях с немецко-фашистскими захватчиками и японскими милитаристами в 19411945 годах, адмиралы, генералы, офицеры, мичманы (прапорщики), старшины и матросы, состоящие в запасе (отставке), уволенные из Вооруженных Сил Российской Федерации, Вооруженных Сил СССР, Федеральной пограничной службы Российской Федерации, пограничных войск КГБ СССР, если они удостоены государственных наград Российской Федерации, РСФСР, СССР и безупречно прослужили в Военно-Морском Флоте, морских силах Федеральной пограничной службы Российской Федерации, морских частях пограничных войск КГБ СССР на кораблях и на должностях летного состава морской авиации 10, а в других морских частях 20 и более лет в календарном исчислении ..."

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Rare?

Not really, since according to statute this medal was also issued to "...admirals, generals, officers, warrant officers (ensigns), sailors and petty officers who are in reserve (retired) or that were discharged from the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, the Armed Forces of the USSR, the Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation or Naval Border Troops of the KGB, if they were previously awarded state awards of the Russian Federation, RSFSR or USSR and impeccably served in the Navy, Marines or Naval Forces of the Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation or Naval Border Troops of the KGB on ships or in naval aviation for 10 years or more or in other parts of the navy for 20 years or more; to civilian personnel on support ships of the Navy, seafarers and marine scientists, of river, fishing, research, or expeditionary fleets, if they previously received state awards of the Russian Federation, RSFSR or USSR and worked flawlessly on vessels for 15 years or more, to designers, developers, managers of design bureaus, research institutions and organizations, educational institutions, heads of central government shipbuilding industry, the workers of basic professions directly involved in the construction and repair of ships and vessels, if they previously received state awards of the Russian Federation, RSFSR or the USSR and worked flawlessly in their area of specialty or profession for 20 years or more, to heads of the central basin management bodies, heads of research institutions, educational institutions, sea, river, fishing, research, and expeditionary fleets, if they previously received state awards of the Russian Federation, RSFSR or USSR and worked flawlessly in these areas for more than 20 years"

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