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In what prize range can these medals be found for?

I have never sees any medals like this anywhere.

My own copy was found at a flea-market in the city of Korca in Albania.

I think i payed like 5 Euros for it..

Greetings

P?ter

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  • 6 months later...

Peter:

The price range I have seen for the first type Medal "Remembrance 1942-1943" (the kind suspended from the blue ribbon) has been between $300 and $600 when I have seen them. I paid $450 for mine. Now, for the screwback IKOM Medal of Remembrance, I have seen anywhere from $50 to $150, though probably $75 would be a solid price in my opinion. The Mennica Panstwowa made examples - like Bob's in the very first post in this thread - are rarer. I don't have one, but I imagine those are $150 to $300 or so.

Hope that helps!

/Been an age and a half since I posted here :)

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