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These medals are going for sale in the forum Sales Section and now I'm looking for some valuation help. Can someone give me a rough value so I know what a fair price would be. Thank you!

 

 

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Hello!

Nice collection!
The best way to get an idea of the value is to check on huuto.

But I would say around:
VR3 1941 - 150-200€
VR4 1939 - 125-150€
Airforce cross - 125-150€
Karjalan risti - 100-125€

These are only my personal guesses and estimates. The other medals have a low value. 10-30€ each.

If you have a name or documentation the price goes up a bit. If all the medals are awarded to the same person, I would recommend not to break the collection.

Best regards

Johan

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Hi Johan,

Thank you for the estimate value of these items. I very much appreciate it.

And yes, the same person (my grandpa). I have his service records and a photograph. I won't brake it then. And there is some more medals to add to this collection.

Tusen tack för din hjälp!

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