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St. George Cross - Real or fake?


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Greetings gentlemen,

As I am not an expert for decorations of the Imperial Russia could someone please tell me if this cross is real or fake?

Unfortunately seller uploaded only one picture, but i have asked him to send me couple of more with better details.

Best regards,

Paja

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Thank you Paul for your interest!

I have asked for pictures of the reverse, I hope that the seller will send them to me soon. As soon as I get them I will upload them here!

Best regards!

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Unfortunately I never got the cross, to cut the long story short the seller tried to trick me.

I'm not even sure if he really had it because when I was asking for more pictures he

said he no longer had a working camera. That made me to believe that he found this

picture somewhere on net or maybe took a photo of a cross that did not belong to him.

So in the end beware of Hungarian "seller" from Subotica (city in northern Serbia) with a cross like this, he's a fraud!

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