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  • Poland, Republic. A Virtuti Militari & St. Stanislaus Second War Miniature Bar
  • Poland, Republic. A Virtuti Militari & St. Stanislaus Second War Miniature Bar
  • Poland, Republic. A Virtuti Militari & St. Stanislaus Second War Miniature Bar
  • Poland, Republic. A Virtuti Militari & St. Stanislaus Second War Miniature Bar

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Poland, Republic. A Virtuti Militari & St. Stanislaus Second War Miniature Bar

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Poland, Republic. A Virtuti Militari & St. Stanislaus Second War Miniature Bar

Includes:

1. Order of the White Eagle (two-piece construction, in silver gilt with red and white enamels, measuring 20.8 mm (w) x 21.3 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring);

2. Russian Order of St. Stanislaus, Officer (in silver gilt with red and white enamels, measuring 14.5 mm (w) x 16 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring, rosette clasp on the ribbon);

3. Order of Virtuti Militari (in silvered and gilt bronze with white enamels, measuring 15.5 mm (w) x 15.5 mm (h));

4. Order of Polonia Restituta, Officer (in bronze gilt with red, white and blue enamels, measuring 18.5 mm (w) x 18.5 mm (h), with rosette on the ribbon);

5. Cross of Merit with Crossed Swords, I Class Gold Grade (in bronze gilt with red enamels, measuring 16.3 mm (w) x 22 mm (h));

6. Cross for Freedom and Independence with Crossed Swords (in bronze gilt, measuring 20.2 mm (w) x 23.8 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring);

7. Polish Army in France Medal 1939-1945 (in silvered bronze, measuring 17.5 mm in diameter);

8. Cross of Independence, Officer (in silvered bronze, measuring 16 mm (w) x 16.5 mm (h) inclusive of its integral suspension, with rosette on the ribbon); and

9. 100th Anniversary of the Birth of General Władysław E. Sikorski Commemorative Medal 1881-1981 (in silvered bronze, measuring 15.8 mm in diameter). Court-mounted with swing bar pinback, as worn by the veteran, intact enamels, original ribbons, extremely fine.

In their presentation case, black pebbled exterior, black felt medal bed, measuring 178 mm (w) x 110 mm (h) x 35.5 mm (d), case near extremely fine.

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