Founded in 1890. Gilded bronze. Nicely preserved specimen.
With the original red and white triangular ribbon.
Large circular medal with the face inscribed ‘STETS BEREIT’ (Always ready) above crossed swords on oak leaves and the logo
Gilded metal, 30 mm.
With original pentagonal ribbon.
Bronze, 38 mm, founded in 1920. The medal is the central preserved, and the tape is in excellent condition.
Aluminum, 30 mm.
In perfect condition.
Also known as Order of the Black Star of Bebin.
With original ribbom and in original red
CROSS FOR COMBATANT VOLUNTEERS (1939-1945).
Overtaken from Prussia by Hitler on September 1, 1939. Obv.
Date 1939 on center of swastika; rv.
Overtaken from Prussia by Hitler on September 1, 1938.
Obv. Date 1939 on center of swastika; rv.
A type issued after the denazification (removed swastika).
Needle on reverse.
Rv. blank; w. pentagonal Soviet-type ribbon on metal base.
With original ribbon bar, and in original red
Diameter 76mm, silver, gold, and enamel.
On the reversea broad pin and two retaining hooks with the makers
A gilded silver Maltese cross with enamel featuring an image of Jesus Christ at center on the obverse and
For operations in the country. Instituted in March 1946.
Bronze, 30 mm.
Obv: Crowned bust of King
With a miniature red book with inscriptions in all the languages of the member countries of the Warsaw Pact: Hungarian,
With a purple ribbon.
Established by Regent Miklos Horthy 1929 for participants in World War I.
It is also called PRO DEO
A silver multurayed pentagonal star with 5-pointed silver star in middle, also rayed. It has a small central medallion enameled
Assigned on 1 November 1984 to Yugoslav Dragomir Petrovic (born 1919 in Arandjelovac).
In perfectly good condition,
For a shooting competition.
With the inscription HV KONKRRANSE, on the suspension the inscription HV (crowned mnogogram in the wreath)