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  • International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards
  • International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards
  • International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards
  • International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards
  • International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards

Item: W5921

International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards

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International. A Lot of Fourteen Medals & Awards

Includes:

Bulgaria, Kingdom: Order of St. Alexander, V Class Knight;

Croatia, Republic: Medal of Remembrance for the Homeland War;

Czechoslovakia, Republic: First World War Victory Medal;

Czechoslovakia, Socialist Republic: Medal for Twenty Years of the Building of Unified Physical Education 1948-1968;

Greece, Kingdom: Royal Order of George I, Silver Merit Cross;

Hungary, People's Republic: Order of Merit for the Sovereign Military Hospitaler Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 1956 Issue;

Italy, Republic: Commemorative Cross for Peace Missions;

Poland, People's Republic: Medal of Merit for National Defence;

Romania, Kingdom: Order of the Crown of Romania, V Class Knight, Type II (1932-1947);

Romania, Kingdom: Medal for Manhood and Loyalty with Crossed Swords, III Class, Type II (1916-1947);

Serbia, Kingdom: Bravery Medal "Milos Obilic", Gold Grade;

United Nations: United Nations Emergency Force Medal, Israel and Egypt 1956-1957;

Vietnam: Republic of South Vietnam: Life Saving Medal;

Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic: Order of Bravery (numbered "12012").

 

Nine with original ribbons, a few missing their suspensions, ranging from near fine to near extremely fine.

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