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Lets see your Polish Militaria Display!

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    I only have a few Polish badges, though I go to Poland all the time. Ill have to go look for them.


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    Quote by askrodzki View Post
    I welcome I will sell collections of medals into composition which are accessing virtuti for militari cross, italy star cross, The Defence medal, War1939-1945 medal, Monte Casino Polish cross, 1939-45 Star, also cross of Valour. Please for serious proposals medals aren't a copy. I am sending photographs to the mail, I ask for the mail czarnuch2012@gmail.com it is a collection compound of medals won by one soldier from that considerable value of these medals for the identification a number of the Monte Casino 26782 cross should help
    Regards Adam Skrodzki
    Gentlemen I'm sure this is the wrong place for Adam to post a For Sale ad but I asked him for the photos and here they are. MC Cross no 26782

    By the way. Why is it that so many Polish medals one sees have water damaged ribbons. I have never seen it on any other groups. I haven't tried soaking British WW2 medal ribbons in water to see if the colours run but I have seen plenty of uniform worn ribbons that have obviously had a good soaking and have not run. Just curious. Did the Brits issue cheap ribbons to the PSZ?

    Anyway here are the photos. What do you think?


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    I apologise for littering the forum, of course I know that it is a bad place however in this way I reached to most interested, medal were in the basement; -)

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    Hi asrodzki, welcome to the forum.

    By way of a friendly notice the purpose of this forum is to discuss militaria collecting. Bombing the various threads as you have with your sales petition is not just a nuisance, but quite obviously a blatant abuse. This will not be tolerated, hence the deletion of those posts.

    I will allow this post to stand as viewing these items may be of interest to some of our members. We have a section of the forum set aside for the purpose of member sales and I encourage you to consider posting your items there - in accordance with the stated rules.

    Regards,
    Tony
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    Hi,

    Just joined this site today. With regards to displays etc if anyone would like a picture posted, I have a set of original collar tabs from General Sikorski before his fatal departure to Gibraltar, an oriiginal battle penant from the 2nd Armoured Division in italy, complete named uniforms from navy, RAF 315 squadron, 3rd and 5th Divisons (2nd Corps).

    Regards

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    Hi Marks
    Welcome
    Personally I would very much like to see some pictures of what sounds like a great collection. I look forward to seeing it.
    All the best
    James

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    Hi Mark and welcome aboard. Of course we'd all be most interested in seeing your collection. Bring it on!

    Cheers,
    Tony
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    Hi and welcome to the forum marks65! By all means post images from your collection especially the pennant.

    Chris

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ID:	355823Welcome Im a new member of this forum.I posted some pics of history of my uncle served in PSZ and his history of Monte Cassino.My main interests is Polish daggers I have a few in my collection so I can post some pics .Should I put it here or make a new thread about polish daggers pre ww2? I can say Ive got many pics.Here is a one.Attachment 355822

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    Hello again zet,

    Very nice collection of kordziki! It would be best to post these in a new thread in the pre-war section of the forum. Please provide as much detail as you can about each dagger, including close up picture of the various parts if possible.

    While you’re over there, perhaps you can provide an experts comments on this dagger:

    polish dagger

    Regards,
    Tony
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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