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eMedals-A Fine & Unusual Serbian First War Officer’s Group of Twelve

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A Fine & Unusual Serbian First War Officer’s Group of Twelve

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A Fine & Unusual Serbian First War Officer’s Group of Twelve

Mounted as originally worn Serbian style, comprising: Order of Kara-George with Swords, Fourth Class, in silver gilt and enamels, 36mm (x58mm including crown suspension), unmarked, of typical WWI period French manufacture, slight enamel chipping, very fine; Order of White Eagle 4th Class with Swords, unmarked, of typical WWI period manufacture, enamel chipping in places, near very fine; Order of White Eagle 4th Class, unmarked, of typical WWI period manufacture, enamel chipping in places, very fine; Milos Obilic Golden Grade Bravery Medal, in bronze gilt (with Second award laurel leaves attached to ribbon); Milos Obilic Silver Grade Bravery Medal, in silvered bronze(with Second award laurel leaves attached to ribbon); French War Cross 1914-1916, in bronze, with Second award Star on ribbon; Greece, War Cross 1916-1917; Peter I Coronation Medal 1903, in bronze gilt; Albanian retreat Medal; 1912 Balkan Campaign Medal; 1913 Balkan Campaign Cross; WWI Commemorative War medal; medals in generally very fine to extremely fine condition, some ribbon fraying and evidence of ribbons being sewn/repaired; an unusual combination of awards medal bar of a long serving WWI Serbian Officer.
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