Bronze, round shape 38 mm, weight 17.4 gr.
In the original well-made box.
Made identically to the famous series of plaques with the Karadjordjevics from the time of the Kingdom of Serbia.
In the original dark red box.
With original triangular strip.
Issued on the occasion of 40 years of landing 1944 - 1984.
Ag .925, 35 mm, 16.99 gr.
Ag .835; 10 g. KM20, M16a. Quality: BU.
Rarely good quality except for a few strokes on the edge.
For admirals. Older guy.
No inscription, except for the signature on the back "GALEB" and the former Ljubljana telephone number (061-555-866).
Founded in 1890. Gilded bronze. Nicely preserved specimen.
With the original red and white triangular ribbon.
Made of moire silk in the appropriate color.
Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Aleksandar I Krađorđević. Silver-plated bronze, 32 mm. Below would be the signature "MINE A.D."
Silver-plated bronze, 34 mm. The medal was established by Aleksandar I Obrenović on April 7, 1902. year, and was awarded
King Peter II. Pick (Ref: Krause) R10.
Av: General Aung San; rv: dragons in woodcut left.
Ref: Krause 67.
Ref: Krause 28.
Av: left coat of arms, tank with a column in the center; rv: textile factory in the
Av: palm trees; Rv: buildings. Ref: Krause 77.
Published by the Banque National du Cambodge (Cambodia Kingdom).
Av: Phnom Panh Harbor; rv: Royal palace. Ref: Krause 4.
Ag .500; 14 years KM11. M9.
Quality: AUnc / XF.
With original ribbon (Yugoslav tricolor) on a metal base.
Quality: BUnc. " Iz fišeka."
Ag .835; 10 g. KM22; M17.
Quality: VF / F.
A18021 - 1 PARA 1868.
L13300 - Mandić, Ranko. Catalog of Yugoslav coins (2013)
G01980 - PROMOTIONAL MEDAL SERBIAN DAYS IN PARIS, 1916
A27048 - 1 DINAR 1978 - Essay