Cross of Valour, the medal for the 1918-1921 war, the Tenth Anniversary regained independence, and medals for long-time sluzne for X and XX lat.Oczywiscie original
Thank you for the reply. Much appreciated. Any other comments would be helpful. And Yes, I will be selling them. I collect only US WW1 now, so these have to go. Does anyone know the value of these if sold as a grouping? Also, if I have an honest value here, I don't have to sell on ebay. I really do not like their selling practices and they are getting worse. Thank you again for your time.
Please remove spinners off badges and then make some pictures. That would help in proper identification. Badges as fallow in the last pic, from left:
- Border guard
- National Police Academy
- 34 Infantry Regiment
In the 7th picture the first badge is for US civil air patrol the badge next to it is a US Air Force Enlisted men's badge both are 60s 70s era
Good day or night,
Thanks to all who responded. The information led me to more information. I did as requested on taking pictures of the backs with the screw backs off. I will try and add them to this email. Sorry they are not the best pics. I am using a small digital camera that's not up to the task. I could find no definite markings on the backs. Thanks again and good night.
All the badges are original with proper screw-nuts. The identification made above by other forum members was correct.
Agreed with Jacek, the Polish badges and decorations are all genuine.
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