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Name: Andrej data: 2006-02-05 11:09:07 email:
Thank you very much! =)
So, do you have any pics of pins and medals that officers had worn? I'd really like to have one, with hammer and sickle, if possible. Do you know where could i get the
? And what's the difference between the pin I have (the one with gold wreath) and the Red Star with sickle and hammer pin and only red star pin (with no sickle or hammer)?

Greetings,
Andrej
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Andrwej I do not, there are specialised sites and books for that - but I just added a short video to the site (see top of home page)where you will see plenty pf real live veterans in their headgear with the pins! All very authentic.
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Name: Andrej data: 2006-02-05 07:16:33 email:
I have "Soviet enlisted man's dress hat pin" and I want to know the rarity and the price and where could I get more red star pins. I'd like to know also who was wearing these pins, their rank and so on. I'm from Slovenia.

A picture of mine: http://www.sieglers.com/isroot/sovietski/ImagesOnline/catalog/300116.jpg

I'd like to get one of these: http://77pictures.com/Star.jpg

I'd also like to know how do I recognise it if ot is a fake or original.

Greetings,
Andrej
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Dear Andrej,

these are very common insignia worn by Soviet enlisted personnel (rank and file - officers had fancier one's) on their head gear. I am no specialist, see my links page, there was a site with pins there for more. They are most likely, I would say 99.9999% original as they are very common (Soviets issued them in the millions and old stocks then went to tourists) and not made of precious metals or by special technologies, hope this helps,
Oldrich
 
Name: Lewis Dermott data: 2006-01-31 12:06:51 email: clare.dermott@btinternet.com
Would you sell the order of the Red star?
I have a small collection of choice pieces and may be interested in buying.
Also could you please send me details on other medals you would sell.
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Red Stars are not rare or expensive (unless they are special), I see from your email that you are in the UK, you should be able to get one easily there. In every case I normally do not sell medals but exchange, I am promarily a collector. Thank you for visiting, hope it was helpful to you! Oldrich
 
Name: kristof data: 2006-01-17 05:41:31 email: kristof@jeack.com.au
Im loking to bay order of Patriotic War type1 Var2 or3 .Order of Red Banner screw back .If you have any plase replay with the price . Thanks '
Kristof
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Dear Kristof, I have a few but prefer to exchange for types or pieces I do not yet have - see my awards for exchange page if you have anything I am looking for! Oldrich
 
Name: Oleg data: 2006-01-09 18:35:17 email: klimenkooleg@yahoo.com
I am looking for an Order of Patriotic War 1st Class WW2 issue without documents. If you have it, how much would you sell it for and how I can order one from you?

Thanks,

Oleg
Ohio, USA
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Dear Oleg,

yes you have seen I have some, but I prefer not to sell but exchange, do you have anything for me? Oldrich
 
Name: tommaso rossellini data: 2006-01-02 13:53:47 email: trossellini@wesleyan.edu
i am seeking late soviet medals of the perestroika era,
not only russian, but also latvian, lithuanian, estonian, bellorussian, and ukranian. in particular, medals of the infantry and tank divisions. thanks are in order.
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sorry, I have none except whet you see on the website Oldrich
 
Name: Keith Browning data: 2005-12-29 12:14:46 email: keithbrowninguk2002@yahoo.com
I have a medal of NAKHIMOV NUMBERED 6805 IS IT POSSIBLE TO GAIN ANY INFORMATION ON THE PERSON.
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Sorry, I am not aware of any literature that would have this (like there isa book of all heros of the USSR. All that may be available is the rough period when it was issued - but names etc. can only be obtained through the archives in Russia! Oldrich
 
Name: Clayton Tullis data: 2005-12-27 22:44:06 email: DCTullis1@wmconnect.com
LOOKING TO PURCHASE A HERO OF THE SOVIET UNION THE MEDAL WITH THE GOLD STAR LIKE NIKITA KHRUSCHEV, LEONID BREZHNEV, AND KONSTATIN CHERNENKO WORE ON THEIR SUIT JACKETS. I HAVE LOOKED FOR ONE AND HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO LOCATE ONE. ALSO WOULD LIKE A USSR FLAG PIN LIKE ALL SOVIET LEADERS WORE ON THEIR SUIT JACKET LAPEL. YOUR HELP WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED. SINCERALY CLAYTON TULLIS
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Pins I do not collect nad heros of the USSR cost upwards from 3000 USD (and I have noe spare really - wish I did)! Oldrich
 
Name: Paco data: 2005-12-11 13:44:31 email: frizgo@ono.com
Hello.
I am seeking some merchant of Soviet medals in the zone of origin: Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Estonia, etc..
Also it would be able to serve me of some next country that can agree them.
Thanks.
Greetings.
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Sorry, I am not a dealer, wrong address! Oldrich
 
Name: Samuel M. data: 2005-12-08 03:28:27 email: sammoss948@hotmail.com
Could you please e-mail me with a price for the 'order of lenin' Type 5, Variation 1?

Thank you very much!

PS. excellent site, the layout makes searching for particular items very easy.
 
Name: tolian data: 2005-11-21 10:53:28 email: tougi@mail.ru
нужны цены на монгольские награды хочу приобрести и продать скажите пожалуйста жду ответа
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Dorogoi Tolian, ceny Mongolskich nagrad vozmozhno posmotret v kataloge Herfutha (4 izdanie), oni tam vse est, kupit ili v Kieve za 15 USD ili zakazat iz Vienny za 20 Euro,
Oldrich
 
Name: Martin D. data: 2005-11-15 22:39:33 email: krusty1972@hotmail.com
I wonder if it's possible to have informations about Russians soldiers who received the 1945 medal for the capture of Koenigsberg ?

I'm looking for some informations about Ivan Pastukhov. He received the medal number 147996 for the capture of Koenigsberg.

Thank for your help.

Regards.

Martin D.
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No I am sorry but I do not, the only way would be in Soviet archives directly...but I tell you access is difficult, people make promises and never come through on them is my experience....
Oldrich
 
Name: Bob data: 2005-11-13 10:38:04 email: bobinmunich@hotmail.com
Hi Oldrich,

Could you mail me what you have for sale (details, pics, prices) as far as Order of Friendship Among Nations is concerned?

Thanks,

Bob
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Hi Bob,

have a look at my awards for exchange page... prices that depends, and I generally prefer to exchange to enlarge my collection.
Oldrich
 
Name: Bob data: 2005-11-13 09:48:03 email: bobinmunich@hotmail.com
I just came back from Ukraine with a variety of medals incl. for instance an October Revolution order.

I also came back with something I am not sure of... it looks like a very early order of Lenin but it is distinctly different than the Tractor version (or copies of it) normally seen. It appears too different to be considered a copy yet I do not know what it is. Does have Goznak on both back and on screw. Also low serial number (009) on back.

Who can I send a picture to assess?

Thanks,

Bob
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Bob you can send a scan to me or post it on the forum once you sign in, perhaps you have something importnat...
Oldrich
 
Name: K Ridout data: 2005-11-13 06:16:39 email: keithridout@aol.com
Hello,
Great site!
Do you sell medals? if not could you recommend a good, honest dealer who will ship to the UK.
Curently I am looking to aquire the range of Soviet defence madals
Regards KR
 
Name: COL Ken Johnson data: 2005-11-12 22:59:42 email: feldpostamt@hotmail.com
Hi, you have a great site! I'm not a big collector, but I have a question I hope you can answer. I recently purchased a complete Soviet General's service uniform (brown, double breasted service type). It already has rows of ribbons on the tunic, but I'd like to wear with all the Orders and medals I have collected over the years. I want to wear what is historically accurate, so my question is - were the orders/medals only worn on the "parade dress' uniforms, or can I get away with wearing them on the service dress as well? I've tried to research through photos but I can't make an authorized determination. Need expert advice. Thanks, Colonel Ken Johnson, US ARMY KOREA
 
Name: Kay Morton data: 2005-11-11 09:34:16 email: kay.morton1@btinternet.com
We have a commemorative table medal and neck medal along with a letter to my husbands uncle for his contribution in the Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 from The Ambassador of the USSR We know that my husbands Uncle was sunk twice and survived. Could you tell me where I can find a picture of the table medal so I can compare the three items .I have found the neck medal on your website. thanks. Kay
 
Name: Jim data: 2005-10-26 17:57:35 email: pfrthunder@aol.com
Iam new to collecting russian/soviet orders and medals, until I came across your web site I did not know there were so many types and variations, I will be using your site for referances from now on. Thank you.
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Thank you Jim, I am glad to be of some assistance, there are uindeed many variations and types and I am yet to ad more information and scans as not all are still either known to me or I still miss them in my collection.
Oldrich
 
Name: Alexandr. data: 2005-10-10 22:45:44 email: mikhail909@hotmail.com
Sir,
I am interesting to make a purchase: Labor of Glory Class-2, # 2875)
And Medal of Ushakov.
I understand that price are different, can you write me your prices for that Awards.
Thank you.
 
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