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Russian Medals...out of the woodwork


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Hi,

two days ago, was looking for showcase on the "French internet fleamarket" found some nice one, not far from home...good price...called the guy, take the car , paid for ...he was cleaning an old house...asked him if he found some military items....no...oh yes, some medals....are you interested????....yes i said!!! he came back wit 5 medals...and asked me: what about 20 euros for the 5 medals??? i said YES;;;:

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Bab,

Very nice, Small gold medal for Zeal on St. Anne Ribbon, not sure whether it is gold or gilt from the image. 3rd Class Order of St Stanislaus by Eduard, post 1908 but given the quality of the case probably no later than 1914.

All the best,

Paul

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as it's not my area of collecting, i planned to sell the grouping....priority to forum members....just need help to made a fair price....will put more pictures...

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