Established by Regent Miklos Horthy 1929 for participants in World War I.
It is also called PRO DEO
The last decoration founded by King Peter II. 09/06/1943.
He was awarded in one degree for military merit,
Av: a woman and a man with two children; rv: in the middle a woman with flowers, on the left
With a wedding seal. Ref: Krause 137.
Kingdom of Yugoslavia. On the obverse Filip Višnjić with fiddle;
on the reverse in the central circle there is
Ag .925. 28, 30 and 40 mm; 8, 13 and 17 g.
Awarded on the occasion of retirement. No
ON / R. Ag .750; 9 g. KM23. M18b.
First forging. Ag .835; 5 g. KM25; M23.1.
KM24; M22.2. Ag .835; 2.5 g.
Ag .835, 10 g. KM 2821.
Ag .835 (5 g). KM 2804. Rare!
Ag .835, 5 g, 23 mm. KM 902.1.
Ag .925, 25 mm, 5 g.
On the obverse Josip Broz Tito; on rv. partisan and partisan, the inscription
Nice design, now rare.
It is awarded for excellent success in military training, ideological and political education and upbringing ...
Alliance of Associations of People's Liberation War Fighters. Gilded metal and red enamel, beautiful workmanship. Diameter 35 mm.
Established on August 15, 1943. Type I, Russian make (Monetni Dvor).
On the reverse a small, 4-digit serial
(Peter and Alexander). Silver-plated bronze, oval, 40 x 32 mm. One of the most beautiful medals from the series of
Obverse: Personification of Serbia - a woman in a long dress who receives a laurel wreath with her right hand,
The brass of gilded bronze.
A18021 - 1 PARA 1868.
L13300 - Mandić, Ranko. Catalog of Yugoslav coins (2013)
A27048 - 1 DINAR 1978 - Essay