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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

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Gents,

In another sign of the continuing weak market here in the West, this year's New York Sale (XXXI) to be held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on 10 January has no combat Glory Full Cavalier sets among its consigned offerings.

Regards,

slava1stclass

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Gents,

In another sign of the continuing weak market here in the West, this year's New York Sale (XXXI) to be held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on 10 January has no combat Glory Full Cavalier sets among its consigned offerings.

Regards,

slava1stclass

Although it lacked full glory groups, I thought the rest of the selection was one of the most impressive yet offered. No?

Does anyone plan to attend the auction or lot preview, by the way?

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This one was awarded to senior scout Vyatkin Sergei Leontievich (Вяткин Сергей Леонтьевич).

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В бою 14.01.45 на плацдарме в районе г. Варка (Польша) вышел в тыл врага и установил расположение огневых точек противника. Вернувшись, вместе с орудийным расчетом выдвинулся на передний край для корректировки огня, что помогло продвинутся вперед и форсировать реку Пилица.

Two weeks ago the asking price (minimum) for this Glory was (approximately) $11 300

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