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5 hours ago, Bill Garvy said:

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Hello Bill,

Looks good and interesting, but the document for ORBL has been doctored. Probably a real document for another ORBL, but the number was washed out and fixed to fit the set.

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nice ‘little’ civilian group arrived this week incl a load of jubilee medal documents   only rarely see the october revolution in larger documented groups  

While my main collecting focus is Mongolian and Albanian and Queen Tamara, I find it hard to resist branching out occasionally. Most recently: Soviet labor awards groups including Order of Friendship

Coming back on the large Magavya Seilovna Ismagambetova labor group posted above. first, the lady herself second, earlier pics of the group several steps before it came into my possess

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Actually, it should be other way around then. The order book is genuine and belonged to A.D.Sorokina, but the ORBL was missing from the set. So another one was added in and the document had to be doctored to replace the original serial number with the "fake" one.

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Documents group of Ilya Vasilievich Kochergan

Document for the Medal and Medal Petrochemical Development of the Petrochemical Complex of Western Siberia on December 1st, 1985, facsimile signature of the Secretary (Neshkov) of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR.

Document for the Medal and Medal Development of the Virgin Lands on September 20th, 1966 by the Vice-Chairman of the Kokshetau (Kazakh SSR) Regional Council, Serial #B134780.

Document and Medal for Distinction in Military Service, 2nd Class, issued March 23rd, 1978, by the Commander of Military Unit 22121, Lieutenant Colonel Erofeenko.

Document and Medal for Veteran of the Soviet Armed Forces issued February 23rd, 1986, by the Commander of Military Unit 25873, Lieutenant Colonel Peteriazhko.

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Documents and medals group to Viacheslav Sergeevich Cherniavski

Document and Medal for Development of the Virgin Land dated October 6th, 1957 in Akmolinsk Region, Kazakhstan SSR, by the Ministry of Grain Harvesting, Serial #A769086.

Order Book (#I060119) and Medal for the Badge of Honor (#1395889) dated June 6th, 1977.

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Documents group of Ivan Grigor’evich Gravchenko

Document for the Medal Restoration of the Donbass Coal Mines issued August 28th, 1948 by the Chairman of the Stalino (Donetsk Region, Ukraine SSR) Regional Council of People’s Deputies, Serial #006150

Document for the Medal Labor Victory issued May 22nd, 1947 by the Chairman of the District Executive Committee, Yakimenko, Serial #AB377523

Order Book (#G191684) dated January 24th, 1950 for Medals of Labor Valor & Distinguished Labor, unnumbered

Greeting Card, “Day of the Coal Miner”, October 28th, 1949

 

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Group of Anna Karpovna Bardakhcheyeva

Document for the Medal Restoration of the Black Metal Enterprises of the South dated August 14th, 1950 by the Chairman of the Executive Committee of Dnepropetrovsk, Serial #202914

Document for the Medal Labor Victory dated March 31st, 1946 by the Chairman of the Leniniski District Council of Dnepropetrovsk City, A. Serinov, Serial #E0270334

Document for the Medal 30th Anniversary of Victory, Labor, dated September 27th, 1975 by the Chairman of the Leniniski District Council of Dnepropetrovsk City

Document for the Medal 40th Anniversary of Victory, Labor, dated May 29th, 1985 by the Chairman of the Kirovski District Council of Dnepropetrovsk City, Khomenkova

Document for the 100th Anniversary of Lenin’s birth dated April 3rd, 1970 by the Secretary of the Dnepropetrovsk City Council

Document for the Badge Winner of Socialist Competition, 1975, dated December 26th, 1975 by the Ministry of Black Metallurgy of Ukraine SSR

Order Book (#D336526) dated February 28th, 1953 for Medal Distinguished Labor, unnumbered

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4 hours ago, Ferdinand said:

I don't think anything was doctored here.

Don't you think it's suspicious that exactly the area around the number happens to be washed out? And with a weird paper damage, which is difficult to explain by natural wear and tear?

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Documents and medals group to Leonid Vasilievich Subbotin

Document and Medal for the Restoration of the Black Metal Enterprises of the South issued September 3rd, 1949 and signed by the Chairman of the Stalino (Donetsk Region, Ukraine) Regional Council of Deputies, Serial #235499.

Order Book and Medal for Distinguished Labor, issued March 24th, 1950, Serial #G328266.

Order Book and Medal for Labor Valor, issued February 5th 1955, Serial #D901381.

 

 

 

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50 minutes ago, Egorka said:

Don't you think it's suspicious that exactly the area around the number happens to be washed out? And with a weird paper damage, which is difficult to explain by natural wear and tear?

No, I don't think it is. The number itself looks as it should, and I don't see any traces of an old serial number or those giveaway watery stains that you usually see.

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Documents and Medals group to Grigoriy Kupriyanovich Kisliak

Document for the Medal and Medal for the Restoration of the Black Metal Enterprises of the South awarded on March 10th, 1950 and signed by the Chairman of the Executive Committee (Ponomarenko) of the Zaporizhya Regional Council, Serial #080853.

Order Book (#D839321) and Medal for the Badge of Honor (#413625) dated December 15th, 1966.

Order Book (#Z555809) and Medal for the Red Banner of Labor (#1047472) dated September 30th, 1975.

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Group of Ivan Antonovich Pravda

Document for the Medal and Medal for the Restoration of the Black Metal Enterprises of the South issued November 1st, 1953 by the Chairman of the Leninski Regional Executive Committee of Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, Serial #298249.

Order Book (#Zh645136) and Order of the Red Banner of Labor, #614784, issued April 30th, 1971.

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Documents and medals group to Fedor Egorovich Lytvynchuk

Document and Medal for Development of the Virgin Lands dated November 21st, 1964 by the Chairman of the Korgaldzhyn (Akmolinsk Region, Kazakhstan SSR) Regional Executive Committee, Serial #B158338.

Order Book (#F542624) and Medal for the Badge of Honor (#774717) dated May 7th, 1971.

Order Book (#K067284) and Medal for the Red Banner of Labor (#1089980) dated April 7th, 1980.

 

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Documents and Medals group to Agafiya Nikolaevna Lemtiugova

Document for the Medal and Medal for the Restoration of the Black Metal Enterprises of the South awarded on June 3rd, 1949 by the Chairman of Stalino Regional Council of Deputies, Donetsk, Ukraine, Serial #182459.

Document and Medal and Medal for Valiant Labor during the Great Patriotic War dated July 5th, 1946 and signed by the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Kuibyshevski (Stalino) Regional Council, Serial #K0247085.

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Documents group of Lyubomira Ignat'yevna Gunkevich

Document for the Medal & Medal Development of the Petrochemical Complex of Western Siberia dated January 3rd, 1989, facsimile signature of the Secretary (Chistoplyasov) of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR.

Document for the Medal & Medal Veteran of Labor dated June 28th, 1989, signed by Secretary of the Executive Committee of Tyumen County Council.
 

 

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Group of Grigoriy Borisovich Maliavskiy

Document for the Medal & Medal Development of the Petrochemical Complex of Western Siberia issued January 21st, 1987, facsimile signature of the Secretary (Neshkov) of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR.

Membership Booklet of the Communist Party of the USSR (#11818895) dated March 1st, 1974, by the Uzhgorod City Committee, Zakarpatska County, Ukraine SSR

 

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On 7/11/2016 at 16:15, Ferdinand said:

... and I don't see any traces of an old serial number or those giveaway watery stains that you usually see.

I see ink remains and more. Do we at least agree, that there is mechanical damage of the paper around the number?

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19 hours ago, Bill Garvy said:

Documents group of Lyubomira Igrat'yevna Gunkevich

Just in case it is not a simple misspelling: Lyubomira Ignat'yevna Gunkevich.

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Many thanks to Bill Garvey for this information 

Nikolai Konstantinovich Matveev, born 1923, Junior Regimental Radio Technician, 371st "Vitevskiy" Red Banner Order of Suvorov Rifle Division, 3rd Belorussian Front, awarded Order of the Red Star, #1050857, November 18th, 1944. Awarded Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class, #575866, April 26, 1945, 65th "Kovno" Rifle Corps, 5th Army, 3rd Belorussian Front, as Radio Technician, 930th Artillery Regiment. Was also awarded an Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class, 1985 Jubilee issue.

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Hi Paul

Yes correct they are likely for long service, but still round out his wartime service well. It's actually not correct group for this thread so if you need to remove it please do.

ill be posting the correct civilian group soon

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Hey, Sal! Great large group! 

The Red Star with # 3097xxx could be an interesting one. It might be for the Korean war. Could be interesting to see his papers to understand if he was involved in the Korean war. Or eventually his service record may be requested from archive to shed some light. 

Could you post it's reverse on the award booklet?

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Documents group of Leonid Alekseevich Uchenko

Document for the Medal for the Development of the Petrochemical Complex of Western Siberia awarded on March 21st, 1979, facsimile signature of the Secretary (Neshkov) of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR.

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Order Book (#Zh674835) dated May 24th, 1971 for Order of the Red Banner of Labor, #644902, May 7th, 1971.

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Document for the Badge Winner Socialist Competition, 1973, dated December 20th, 1973 by the College of Ministry of Transport and the Central Trade Union of Road Transport and Highways, Minister of Transport Construction, E. Kozhevnikov, & Chairman of the Central Committee of the Union, V. Konnov.

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Document for the Badge Shock-Worker of the 11th Five-Year Plan dated December 6th, 1982.

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I was told is that he was a born in the Lviv region in Western Ukraine, but later moved to Nizhnevartovsk, a town in Siberia famous for oil production. As he got older, and due to health issues, he had to move back to his native region.
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