For me, not good. Many details are not in conformity.
The photos are awful. Red flag - no pun intended- for me.
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Thanks for the feedback, I will not purchase it.
May I ask you what kind of details are not good ?
This award is quite heavily faked and often from scratch but what many collectors do not realise is that many fakes are genuine later "suspended" types that have been converted by grinding / polishing off the suspension ring, adding a screw post and altering the serial number. The very first thing I would look for is the spot where the suspension ring might have been which most always shows signs of interference under magnification.
Collectors assume such alterations would not be cost effective which is very true in New York or London but I am given to understand that such work in Eastern Europe is still economical or at least was when many of these were done.
What you need is to research the subject then find a dealer / seller who provides top quality clear images of everything you want plus a solid returns policy.
An "in hand" inspection is always best with these.
I hope this helps.
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Many thanks for your answer and advices. I will request some pictures for further assessment, but I will anyway follow your advices.
Collecting soviet awards is a very tricky subject !!!