It's a pleasant surprise knowing the exact battle and local the recipient earn this order!
I've never seen a red star with those kind of writing. How much does it worth?
I'm definitely gonna purchase this one!!!!
Is it possible to find the recipient just by the number on the Red Star?
By the way, the Moscow and the leningrad medals are WW2 period or post war, too???
Can you tell me how much the medals worth (Praga, Viena+doc, Combat, Bravery, honor).
I'm about to close the deal and a would like to know if the price he's asking is fair.
Thanks for all the info.
Last edited by fpicoli; 01-17-2011 at 09:55 PM.
I've been doing some research and i think its a type 3 (variation 1), according to
Order of the Red Star t3v1
Am i right?
Yes you are. But that website author made a mistake with range indication. Known right range is 235999 - 594967.
Take a look at these sources:
Soviet Screwback Orders - in Eng.
mondvor.narod.ru - in Rus, but you can see a pictures and number ranges.
In Russia it's price is aprox. 60-80$$
Yes, it is possible to find the recipient just by the number. But that info costs a money.
Russian price list:
- order "The Badge of Honour" - this type called "spoon" - the cheapest - 35-40$$
- Prague - 20-30$$
- Vienna with doc (good condition like this) ~80$
- nonnumbered CS - 15$
- Bravery - 20$
No URSS is french spelling.