A Soviet Order of Lenin Bravery Pair to Mikhail Maiorov
A Soviet Order of Lenin Bravery Pair to Mikhail Maiorov - A Soviet Order of Lenin in Gold & Platinum; GOLD, platinum, and enamels, oval, manufactured at Leningrad mint with raised "Leningradskii Monetny Dvor" mark and numbered "326326" on reverse, 38 mm x 40.5 mm, weighing 45.8 grams, five-sided ribbon suspension, better than extremely fine. Footnote: The Order of Lenin was the highest award of the Soviet Union and was established by the Presidium of the Central Committee of the USSR on April 6, 1930. Six versions were created over a sixty-one year period, until the last order was issued in 1991; A Soviet Order of the Red Banner; Type 5; Variation 1 ("Valik"), circa 1950. In silver and enamels, numbered 371800, with original ribbon and suspension, better than extremely fine. Both Awards are documents in the accompanying award booklet.