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Soviet WWII Campaign Medals
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Medal for the Defense of Stalingrad, Variation 1, 1940s issue. EXC condition; includes original suspension. This example is among the best we've had in recent years.
$170.00

Medal for the Defense of Stalingrad, Var. 2 ("Voenkomat" post-war issue), in excellent condition.
$175.00

Award Document for Defense of Stalingrad Medal, June 1944 issue to a 24-year-old female medical nurse. Hand-signed by Tank Corps General, Commander of the Armored Troops of the 3rd Ukrainian Front. The recipient was also awarded with a Medal for Combat Service for selflessly helping wounded soldiers during the Battle of Budapest. VG condition.
$225.00

Certificate for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, March 1945. Hand-signed by an Armored Corps Major General, commander of the Poltava Tank School. The recipient fought at Stalingrad as an infantry private of the 65th Army during the defensive phase of the battle. The document is in good condition.
$175.00

Temporary Duplicate Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, Aug. 1943 issue to Sergeant of the 40th Guards Tank Regiment. Extremely rare early certificate in good condition.
$195.00

Medal for the Defense of Leningrad, Var. 1, the early version with "Short Horizon", circa 1942-43. This piece was almost certainly issued during the siege. In superb condition, with pristine details and exceptionally well preserved gilt finish - literally impossible to upgrade. Comes on original wartime suspension.
$130.00

Medal for the Defense of Leningrad, Var. 1, 1940s issue with "long horizon". Attractive example in VF to EXC condition on original WW2 suspension with old ribbon.
$95.00

Document for Defense of Leningrad Medal, Special Version for a Female Recipient, August 1943. Unlike most other Leningrad certificates issued to women, it has typographically printed word "awarded" in feminine gender form. Uncommon and very early issue in fair to good condition.
$110.00

Document for a Defense of Leningrad Medal, a very early series "A" document with a low serial number 04605, June 1943 issue. Very good to excellent condition, unusually well-preserved.
$85.00

Award Document for a Defense of Leningrad Medal, September 1943. Very good condition. As it appears from the notes on verso, the recipient probably served in an anti-aircraft unit and in Spring 1945, was convicted of unspecified crime.
$75.00

Medal for the Defense of Moscow, Var. 1, 1940s. In superb condition and includes original WW2 suspension with old ribbon.
$130.00

Medal for the Defense of Kiev, 1960s-70s. Attractive example in VF to EXC condition. Includes well-preserved old ribbon.
$95.00

Document for Defense of Kiev Medal, issued in August 1968 in the Zaporozhye Region of Ukraine. In superb condition.
$50.00

Medal for the Defense of Caucasus, Var. 1, 1940s issue. A superb example with beautifully preserved mint luster. Comes on original wartime suspension with a very uncommon maker mark.
$80.00

Medal for the Defense of Caucasus, Var. 2 (U-shaped ring), late 1940s - early 50s. This version of the Caucasus medal is harder to find than either the wartime Var. 1 or even the relatively scarce "Voenkomat" Var. 3. A very attractive example in very fine to excellent condition. Comes with original suspension.
$75.00

Document for a Defense of Caucasus Medal, May 1945 issue to NCO in a Guards Tank Corps. Hand-signed by his commanding General, a Hero of the Soviet Union. In very good condition.
$125.00

Document for a Defense of Caucasus Medal to a Navy Seaman serving in an army antiaircraft unit. A relatively uncommon issue from August 1945, just 3 weeks before the end of WW2. Very good to excellent condition.
$80.00

Medal for the Defense of Soviet Polar Region, Var. 1, circa 1943-46 issue. A superb example, among the best we've handled in recent years. Comes on an old steel suspension with beautifully preserved ribbon.
$190.00

Document for Medal for the Defense of Soviet Polar Region, June 1945 to a female senior NCO serving in a military hospital. VF to EXC condition, uncommon for the early documents printed on thin and brittle paper.
$110.00

Medal for the Defense of Odessa, Var. 1, 1940s. In very fine to excellent condition - one of the better examples we've handled in the past years. Comes on original wartime suspension. With only some 30,000 ever awarded, an original Odessa Medal in such a nice condition is a very uncommon find.
$775.00

Documents for Medals for the Defense of Odessa and Sevastopol, awarded to a Navy Petty Officer. Both certificates were issued on the same day in March 1944 and are in outstanding condition. A very uncommon group to an unlikely survivor of two early WW2 campaigns.
$645.00

Document for a Medal for the Defense of Odessa, awarded in September 1944 to a Sergeant Major. The recipient was studying at an officer school at the time, but the available archival document shows that he took part in the defense of Odessa as a reconnaissance squad leader. His regiment was successfully evacuated from Odessa at the end of the siege. Later that year, it took part in the amphibious landing in Crimea and in 1942-43, in the battle of Stalingrad (as part of the 64th Army). The document is good condition. Comes with a copy of the award decree for the Defense of Odessa Medal.
$340.00

Medal for the Defense of Sevastopol, Var. 1, 1940s. VF to EXC condition, an attractive example on original WW2 suspension with old ribbon.
$450.00

Award Document for a Medal for the Defense of Sevastopol, Dec. 1944 issue to the skipper of a Black Sea Fleet minesweeper. During the defense of the city, his crew on numerous occasions took part in successfully repelling German air attacks on larger Soviet ships and was awarded with an Order of the Red Banner. Later in the war, he lost his leg in combat but remained on active duty in the navy until at least 1951. The document is in good condition. Comes with a photocopy of the award commendation for the 1945 Order of the Red Banner and brief service information from the Russian military archives.
$285.00

Medal for the Capture of Berlin, Var. 1, circa 1945-47 issue. Excellent example showing light wear only, free of significant flaws. Comes on original WW2 suspension with old ribbon.
$105.00

Medal for the Capture of Berlin, Var. 2, late 1940s - early 50s. In outstanding condition and includes original brass suspension with old ribbon.
$75.00

Medal for the Capture of Berlin, Var. 3, circa 1960s-80s. A fairly uncommon post-war "Voenkomat" version in outstanding condition.
$65.00

Document for a Capture of Berlin Medal, issued in Dec. 1945 to a high-level political officer of the Soviet Army of Occupation Army in Central Europe. Hand- signed by a Lt. General. During the Battle of Berlin, the recipient of the award document specialized in propaganda aimed at degrading morale of the German troops. The document comes with copies of the award commendations for his three wartime decorations from the Russian archives.
$80.00

Document for a Capture of Berlin Medal, issued in Oct. 1945 to a Guards Lt. Colonel, commander of a dispatch aviation regiment of the 3rd Guards Tank Army. The most unusual document to an aviator issued by the command of a tank army! The recipient died less than a year later while serving with the Soviet occupation army in Austria, probably due to an accident. The document is in excellent condition. It comes with copies of the award commendations for two of the recipient's wartime decorations including an Order of Alexander Nevsky.
$125.00

Medal for the Capture of Koenigsberg, Var. 1, c. 1945-1947. A very attractive example in excellent condition; includes old suspension and ribbon.
$90.00

Medal for the Capture of Koenigsberg, Var. 2 with U-shaped eyelet, late 1940s-early 50s. In excellent condition, free of significant wear. Includes original brass suspension with new ribbon.
$75.00

Document for Capture of Koenigsberg Medal, March 1948 issue to a Private. In very good condition.
$30.00

Document for a Capture of Koenigsberg Medal, awarded in April 1947 to a Jewish woman. Excellent condition.
$50.00

Medal for the Capture of Budapest, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In excellent condition.
$120.00

Medal for the Capture of Budapest, Var. 2 (U-shaped eyelet), 1940s - early 50s. In excellent condition. Includes original 2-piece suspension with extremely attractive old ribbon.
$110.00

Medal for the Capture of Budapest, Var. 3 ("Voenkomat" version), circa 1970s- 80s issue. In superb condition, literally impossible to upgrade.
$75.00

Document for the Capture of Budapest Medal, awarded in June 1946 to a Guards Private. In excellent condition.
$60.00

Medal for the Capture of Vienna, Var. 1, c. 1945-47. Excellent condition; includes WW2 suspension and perfectly preserved old ribbon.
$140.00

Medal for the Capture of Vienna, Var. 2, late 1940s - early 50s. A superb example on original suspension.
$130.00

Medal for the Capture of Vienna, Var. 3, 1960s-80s. This medal is one of the most scarce of the "Voenkomat" series. In near mint condition.
$175.00

Document for the Capture of Vienna Medal, issued in September 1948 to a Guards Artillery Private. In good condition.
$50.00

Medal for the Liberation of Warsaw, Variation 3 ("Voenkomat"), circa 1970s-80s issue. Near mint condition.
$70.00

Document for a Liberation of Warsaw Medal, March 1946 issue to a Guards Private. In very good to excellent condition.
$30.00

Group of 5 documents to a Guards Rifle lieutenant. Includes certificates for the Medals for the Liberation of Warsaw, Capture of Berlin, Victory over Germany, and two anniversary medals. A nice representative WW2 campaign group to a Russian Guards infantry officer.
$95.00

Medal for the Liberation of Prague, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. Excellent condition. Includes original WW2 suspension with old ribbon.
$115.00

Medal for the Liberation of Prague, Var. 2, 1940s-50s. In outstanding condition and includes original suspension.
$90.00

Document for a Liberation of Prague Medal, November 1965 issue by the military commissariat in the city of Pervouralsk. This certificate would be a perfect match with a relatively Var. 3 "Voenkomat" version of the medal. In excellent condition.
$40.00

Document for a Liberation of Prague Medal, Dec. 1945 issue. Hand-signed by a Lt. General, Chief of Political Dept. of the Soviet Central Army Group in Europe. In very good condition.
$70.00

Medal for the Liberation of Belgrade, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In outstanding condition, practically impossible to upgrade; includes original suspension with old ribbon. A truly superb example of one of the hardest to find Soviet WW2 campaign medals.
$575.00

Document for a Liberation of Belgrade Medal, March 1947 issue. In excellent condition.
$195.00

Medal for Victory over Germany, Var. 1, c. 1945-47. Excellent example. Includes brass suspension with old ribbon.
$45.00

Medal for Victory over Germany, Var. 2, late 1940s - early 50s. In superb condition; includes original brass suspension with old ribbon.
$40.00

Medal for Victory over Germany, Var. 3 ("Voenkomat" issue), 1960s-80s. Very fine to excellent condition.
$30.00

Award Document for a Medal for Victory over Germany, awarded on 9 May 1946 (first anniversary of the V-Day as celebrated in the USSR) to a Sergeant in Romanian Army. The document was issued by the Allied Control Committee in Romania and has facsimile signature of the Deputy Chairman of the Committee Tank Corps Col. General Susaykov. An exceptionally rare and interesting document, despite its far less than perfect condition!
$75.00

Document for Victory over Germany Medal, early type with red leatherette cover. Hand-signed by a Lieutenant General, Chief of the Main Communication Center of the Narkomat of Defense. The document was issued on 23 June 1945, likely for the Victory Parade in Moscow that took place on the following day. Extremely uncommon piece in excellent condition.
$250.00

Award Document for a Victory over Germany Medal, a relatively early, January 1946 issue to a Corporal in an illustrious Cannon Brigade of the 11th Artillery Division, 2nd Ukrainian Front. In excellent condition.
$20.00

Medal for Victory over Japan, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In excellent condition, a very attractive example on a brass suspension.
$90.00

Medal for Victory over Japan, Var. 2, 1940s - early 50s. Superb example on original brass suspension with nicely preserved old ribbon.
$65.00

Medal for Victory over Japan, Var. 3 ("Voenkomat" version), c. 1970s - 80s. Excellent condition.
$80.00

Document for Victory over Japan Medal, issued in March 1946 to a serviceman of the Pacific Fleet. Hand-signed by a Major General, Chief of the Engineers of the Fleet. In outstanding condition.
$45.00

Document for Victory over Japan Medal, 1947 issue to a Private. In outstanding condition.
$30.00

Medal for Meritorious Labor During the Great Patriotic War, Var. 2 1940s-50s. In excellent condition and includes original brass suspension.
$15.00

Medal for Meritorious Labor during the Great Patriotic War, Var. 3 ("Voenkomat" version), 1960s-80s. In near mint condition.
$8.00

Award Document for Patriotic War Meritorious Labor Medal, issued in October 1946 to a woman, likely a Communist Party apparatchik. EXC condition.
$20.00







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