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eMedals-Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic. Order of Military Merit with Silver Swords, III Class

Item: EU17498

Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic. Order of Military Merit with Silver Swords, III Class

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$80

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Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic. Order of Military Merit with Silver Swords, III Class

Three-piece construction, insignia in silver gilt with red enamels, mounted to an eight-pointed star base, hallmarked, marked "900" silver and maker marked "IKOM" on the reverse, measuring 65.5 mm (w) x 65.5 mm (h), vertical pinback, intact enamels, contact marks on the reverse, spotting, better than very fine. Accompanied by its worn 34.5 mm (w) x 8.5 mm (h) ribbon bar, in its hardshelled case of issue, marked "Orden za vojne zasluge sa srebrnim mačevima" (Order of Military Merit with Silver Swords) on the lid, inscribed "PERIE" on the bottom, tabbed and recessed black felt medal bed, extensive wear, scuffing and tape repair evident on the exterior, light soiling on the inside lid, case fair.

 

Footnote: The order was established on January 1, 1952 and awarded to commanding officers, who in times of peace, achieved success in the executions of their tasks in the unit they command or of military institutions, along with being awarded to the civilians who achieve results of significance for national defence. It may also be awarded to foreign military persons. It was awarded 94,684 times.

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