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Order Of Glory, II Class, USSR, Moulage

Artikul: 107993
2 500 RUB | 55,6 USD | 50 EUR
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Order Of Glory, II class, USSR, moulage Good for movies and reenactment. The Order of Glory was a military decoration of the Soviet Union established by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet on November 8, 1943. It was awarded to non-commissioned officers of the Red Army as well as to junior lieutenants of the air force, for bravery in the face of the enemy. It became defunct with the dissolution of the Soviet Union. In 1992, the Cross of St. George was revived to serve the same purpose of rewarding bravery in NCO's and enlisted service personnel. The badge of the "Order of Glory" was a five-pointed star with a central medallion: a golden star with a golden central medallion for the award 1st class, a silver star with a gilt central medallion for the award 2nd class, and a silver star with a silver central medallion for the award 3rd class. The central medallion featured the Spasskaya Tower of the Kremlin, with a red enamelled five-pointed star at its top and a red enamelled scroll at the bottom bearing the word "GLORY". Laurel branches on each side along the medal circumference stopped just short of the red star. The reverse had the Cyrillic inscription for "USSR" within a ring with a raised rim. The award serial number was etched above the ring on the reverse of the upper arm of the star. The Order is suspended by a ring through the award's suspension loop to a standard Russian pentagonal mount covered by a 24mm wide silk moiré ribbon of St George.

Order Of Glory, II Class, USSR, Moulage

Artikul: 107993
2 500 RUB | 55,6 USD | 50 EUR
Buy