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All,

 

I am sure I am not the only one still collecting Mongolian ODM, but I am running out of sources for adding to my collection.

I have found mongolia.at.ua to be pretty much closed down, Mongolia-shop.de still has some food selection as does collectrussia.com.

Does anyone know of any other online dealers?

 

Cheers, 

Will

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Hi Will

 

Like you: collecting Mongolian ODM but difficult to find dealers

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Still collecting but a) lots less coming on the market and b) only have a few select items missing in my collection and they are quite rare (type 1 polar, hero star, etc.).

I wish Nota Bene was still dealing but that's been ages ago. Anyway, still enjoying the collecting field but more quietly (and easier on the wallet).

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No, unfortunately Alexei does not have his website anymore. He is selling on eBay under the name Nota Bene. You will see his stuff if you search for Mongolia Order or Mongolian Order.  He is a great seller!

I bought a significant number of my items from him to include rare examples listed in the Urnukh’s book.  

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Try medalsmarket.com

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