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Gents,   This Full Cavalier set is currently available with a West European dealer.  The asking price is $11,060.00.  The group includes many of the Full Cavalier's additional orders and medals s

Gents,   This Full Cavalier "set" is currently available on the well-known auction site.  Asking price:  $15,000.00.  I say "set" because the OGII and OGIII are not original to the group.  They a

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Gents,

This is the first single Glory 1st Class offered by the well-known NYC-area dealer in quite some time. Asking price: $9,000.00. Condition is average. This price is broadly in line with the asking price he tagged to the last single Glory 1st Class he had for sale. That said, the world's continuing economic malaise has dampened any market-influenced price inflation.

He has listed this one before. Way back in September 2001, he offered it for $1,575.00. At the current asking price, a 471% return on investment is not all too shabby.

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slava1stclass

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Really interesting feature of this 1st class slava (with the exception of unrealistic price) is extra 3 (mistake of the puncher) ...

What is a "realistic" price?

And on that note, Nick, it would be very interesting if you could start a thread offering some comments on the market both here in the USA/West and in Russia, since you have the Russian perspective that very few if any of us do. Things like prices (asked and "realistic") here vs. there for all sorts of medals and groups, the state of supply and demand, what's hot and what's not, who are the buyers, etc. would all be great to hear about. :)

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What is a "realistic" price?

For separate piece in this state ... I'd say no more than $7000.

IMHO of course :)

And on that note, Nick, it would be very interesting if you could start a thread offering some comments on the market both here in the USA/West and in Russia, since you have the Russian perspective that very few if any of us do. Things like prices (asked and "realistic") here vs. there for all sorts of medals and groups, the state of supply and demand, what's hot and what's not, who are the buyers, etc. would all be great to hear about. :)

:lol:

Hope you are kidding my friend.

It's 24/7 job we are talking here ;)

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Gents,

The well-known NYC-area dealer is currently offering this composite Full Cavalier set for $14,000.00 - his first Full Cavalier set offering in seven months. It is a composite set because the Order of Glory 2nd Class, while original, had its original serial number altered to match this recipient's Order of Glory 2nd Class' serial number. This is a Category 4 set in that it includes the recipient's Ordenskaya Knizkha (see post #1 above for explantion of categories).

The question is whether one would be comfortable purchasing a "Full Cavalier set" wherein one of the orders is not original to the set. His $14,000.00 asking price would seem to account for this discrepancy.

Regards,

slava1stclass

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