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Serbian Decorations
Medal for Zealous Service in the War of 1877-78 
Medal for Zealous Service for Women 
Medal for Bravery 1876
Commemorative Medal of the 1876–78 Wars
Red Cross Order, type 1
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Order of the Cross of Takovo  with Swords, 1st Class Badge, belonged to Milutin Garašanin (Милутин Гарашанин)
Order of the White Eagle, 3rd Class, type 1, belonged to Marko Lazarević (Марко Лазаревић)
Montenegrin Commemorative Medal of the 40 Years of Nikola's Rule
Montenegrin Medal for Zeal
Medal for Zealous Service in the War of 1885-86
Medal for Military Virtues
Silver Bravery Medal 1885-86
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M1911 regimental flags
11th infantry regiment "Karađorđe", I ban (awards: Karađorđe Star with Swords III & IV, Karađorđe Star IV and French Croix de Guerre)
3rd cavalry regiment, I ban
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13th infantry regiment "Hajduk Veljko", I ban (awards: Golden Obilić Bravery Medal)
8th infantry regiment "Prince Aleksandar", I ban (awards: Karađorđe Star with Swords IV & White Eagle with Swords III)
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Siege of Adrianople
M1861/70 infantry and engineer officer's sabre
Mehmed Shukri Pasha's sabre and lantern 
Djavid Pasha's flintlock pistol
White flag used as a sign of the Ottoman surrender after the Siege of Adrianople
Revolvers & decorations
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Legion of Honor, 2nd Class (France)
Order of the Bath, Companion (United Kingdom)
Distinguished Service Medal (USA)
Silver Red Cross Medal (USA)
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