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  • Brazil, Federative Republic. A Diplomatic Medal Group, Fullsize and Miniature
  • Brazil, Federative Republic. A Diplomatic Medal Group, Fullsize and Miniature

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Brazil, Federative Republic. A Diplomatic Medal Group, Fullsize and Miniature

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Brazil, Federative Republic. A Diplomatic Medal Group, Fullsize and Miniature

Includes:

1. Brazil, Federative Republic: 2nd Brazilian Congress of Military Medicine at Porto Alegre Medal 1959 (II Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina Militar em Porto Alegre 1959): in bronze gilt, maker marked "Randal RIO" on the reverse, measuring 34.3 mm (w) x 50.5 mm (h), original ribbon.

2. Brazil, Federative Republic: Aeronautical Medicine, First Journey of the Air Force Health Service Medal 1941-1951 (Medicina de Aeronautica, Primeira Jornada Do Serviço De Saúde Da Aeronáutica 1941-1951): in bronze gilt, lacquered, measuring 35 mm (w) x 39.5 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring, original ribbon.

3. Greece. "Mussolongi to the Holocaust" by Christos Kapsalis Commemorative Medal 1828-1930 (Αναμνηστικό Μετάλλιο «Μουσολόγγι στο Ολοκαύτωμα» του Χρήστου Καψάλη 1828-1930): in coppered bronze, measuring 39.8 mm (w) x 44.8 mm (h), original ribbon with a dual-prong pinback.

4. Greece: Greek Orthodox Church Ecumenical Patriarch of Athens Neck Cross Badge (Σταυρός Λαιμού της Ελληνικής Ορθόδοξης Εκκλησίας Οικουμενικός Πατριάρχης Αθηνών): in bronze gilt, unmarked, measuring 47.3 mm (w) x 81 mm (h), gilt wear evident on the reverse, on a full-length neck chain.

5. Japan, Empire: Red Cross Society Men's Membership Medal (Nippon Sekijujisha): in aluminum, measuring 30 mm (w) x 36 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring, large rosette affixed to its original ribbon with hook and eye.

6. Mexico, Republic: Mexican-Tunisian Cultural Institute A.C. Medal (Instituto Cultural Mexicano Tunecino A.C.): in bronze gilt with red enamels, measuring 32 mm (w) x 49.3 mm (h), large rosette affixed to its original ribbon.

7. United States: National League of Greek American War Veterans in America Cross: two-piece construction, in bronze gilt with light blue, white and red enamels, measuring 46.5 mm (w) x 68.3 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring, intact enamels, original ribbon with pinback.

8. Miniature Group of Seven:

(i) Greece: Greek Orthodox Church Ecumenical Patriarch of Athens Neck Cross Badge (Σταυρός Λαιμού της Ελληνικής Ορθόδοξης Εκκλησίας Οικουμενικός Πατριάρχης Αθηνών): in bronze gilt, measuring 17 mm (w) x 29 mm (h).

(ii) Brazil, Federative Republic: 2nd Brazilian Congress of Military Medicine at Porto Alegre Medal 1959 (II Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina Militar em Porto Alegre 1959): in bronze gilt, measuring 14 mm (w) x 20.5 mm (h).

(iii) Greece. "Mussolongi to the Holocaust" by Christos Kapsalis Commemorative Medal 1828-1930 (Αναμνηστικό Μετάλλιο «Μουσολόγγι στο Ολοκαύτωμα» του Χρήστου Καψάλη 1828-1930): in coppered bronze, measuring 18.5 mm (w) x 21.3 mm (h).

(iv) United States: National League of Greek American War Veterans in America Cross: two-piece construction, in bronze gilt with light blue, white and red enamels, measuring 19.8 mm (w) x 26.5 mm (h).

(v) Japan, Empire: Red Cross Society Men's Membership Medal (Nippon Sekijujisha): in silver, measuring 15 mm (w) x 18.3 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring, with rosette.

(vi) Brazil, Federative Republic: Aeronautical Medicine, First Journey of the Air Force Health Service Medal 1941-1951 (Medicina de Aeronautica, Primeira Jornada Do Serviço De Saúde Da Aeronáutica 1941-1951): in bronze, measuring 16 mm (w) x 19.8 mm (h) inclusive of its integral ring.

(vii) Mexico, Republic: Mexican-Tunisian Cultural Institute A.C. Medal (Instituto Cultural Mexicano Tunecino A.C.): in bronze gilt with red enamels, measuring 15 mm (w) x 23 mm (h), with rosette.

Suspended from a bar with dual push pins, original ribbons, intact enamels, near extremely fine.

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