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Christophe, You should be able to right click the page with your mouse and then use the option to translate to English. Or copy and paste and then use Google Translate. This is the section I

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Christophe,

You should be able to right click the page with your mouse and then use the option to translate to English. Or copy and paste and then use Google Translate.

This is the section I was referring to, the English is not perfect but hopefully you will get the gist of it:

During the different periods of its existence, the Order of Courage and its soldier's badge were produced in different places - initially in Russia, and later in Austria-Hungary (Austria), Germany and here in the studios of Nikola Sabov, Strahil T Niloshev, Onik Odabashian, Onik Chakarov and Berge Kerestedzhiev. 

 

 

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Hi Christophe,

In addition of those makers ,  Very small numbers of the Bravery Order were made in France

Here is a picture to what is believed to be the very first model of the 4th Class of the Order for Bravery made by V.L

The miniature is also made by V.L French makers made Those Orders are extremely rare

You can see the distinctive features of this model when compared with other models made other non French makers

Note the Bulgarian makers stepped-in in the later stages of WW2 and post War period. Mainly in the Regency and the Republican periods Their quality was not not very good, since the Orders were made in  small private workshops

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