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Soviet WWII Campaign Medals
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Award Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, January 1944 issue to a Jewish recipient, a deputy battery commander in an antitank (light) artillery regiment. Comes with a copy of the Stalingrad Medal recipient roll of his unit from the Russian military archives. In good condition.
$170.00

Medal for the Defense of Leningrad, Var. 1, scarce early sub- variation with "Polished Sky" (polirovannoe nebo) , and "Short Horizon", circa 1942-43. In excellent condition.
$160.00

Medal for the Defense of Leningrad, Var. 1, extremely early sub-variation with "Short Horizon", circa 1942-43. In excellent condition and includes original WW2 suspension with old ribbon.
$80.00

Medal for the Defense of Leningrad, Var. 1, 1940s issue. In excellent condition; an extremely attractive example on original suspension.
$65.00

Medal for the Defense of Leningrad, Var. 2, 1960s-80s. Post-war "Voenkomat" version in outstanding condition. Comes on original brass suspension.
$65.00

Medal for the Defense of Moscow, Var. 1, 1940s. A superb example - among of the best we have had in the past years and practically impossible to upgrade for condition. Comes on original suspension with beautifully preserved old ribbon.
$95.00

Medal for the Defense of Moscow, Var. 2 ("Voenkomat" post-war issue), circa 1970s-80s. Near mint condition.
$30.00

Award Document for a Defense of Moscow Medal, October 1944 issue to a serviceman of 319th Rifle Division. An early type certificate on printed on thinner, glossier paper. In very good condition.
$60.00

Award document for a Medal for the Defense of Moscow, October 1945 issue to a Red Army Private, 260th Rifle Division. The document is a relatively uncommon "City Council" type and has extremely low serial number: V000499. In very good condition, clean and crisp.
$90.00

Document for Defense of Kiev Medal, May 1962 to a Georgian national. In excellent condition.
$50.00

Medal for the Defense of Caucasus, Var. 1 (separate ring), 1940s issue. In outstanding condition, among the best examples we've had in recent years. Comes on original suspension with beautifully preserved old ribbon.
$60.00

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. In superb condition.
$65.00

Document for a Defense of Caucasus Medal, issued on 8 May 1945 - just one day before the official Soviet V-Day - to an Air Force Technical Service Captain. Hand-signed by commander of a Fighter Regiment. In excellent condition, uncommon for campaign medal certificates of large format.
$65.00

Medal for the Defense of Soviet Polar Region, Var. 1, circa 1943-46 issue. An excellent example with beautifully preserved details and clearly visible mint luster.
$150.00

Group of Documents for the Defense of Soviet Arctic Region and Victory over Germany Medals to an Artillery NCO. At the end of the war, he served in an extremely distinguished rifle division that received two honorary titles and three decorations for its performance in WW2.
$95.00

Award Document for a Defense of Polar Region Medal, awarded to a Sgt. Major serving with the Reconnaissance Department of the HQ, Coastal Group of Soviet Troops (in the Far East). Hand- signed by the department commander who would later become a GRU General. The document was issued on 30 July 1945, just days before the planned Soviet attack on Japan. An early type certificate printed on paper of thinner, glossier stock. In good to very good condition.
$90.00

Document for a Defense of Polar Region Medal, April 1946 issue to an enlisted naval artilleryman, Northern Fleet. In excellent condition.
$70.00

Medal for the Defense of Odessa, Var. 2 ("Voenkomat" post-war issue), circa 1960s-70s. Excellent condition.
$440.00

Document for Defense of Odessa Medal, extremely early, July 1843 issue to a Torpedo Boat officer of the Black Sea Fleet. Hand-signed by the Commander of the 1st Torpedo Boat Brigade Filippov, who was later promoted to Rear Admiral and awarded with Order of Ushakov (at 34, he had the distinction of being the youngest admiral in the Soviet Navy). The document is in very good to excellent condition.
$380.00

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

Award Document for a Medal for the Defense of Sevastopol, a very early, October 1943 issue to an enlisted naval infantryman of the Black Sea Fleet. The recipient was later awarded with a Medal for Valor for his brave actions during the famous Eltigen naval assault and the desperate battle in the city of Kerch in November - December 1943. The document is in good condition. Comes with a photocopy of the award commendation for the Valor Medal from the Russian military archives.
$250.00

Medal for the Capture of Berlin, Var. 1, circa 1945-47 issue. An outstanding example on original suspension.
$90.00

Document for a Capture of Berlin Medal, a very early, October 1945 issue to a Guards Sergeant. In very good to excellent condition, much better than the average.
$40.00

Medal for the Capture of Koenigsberg, Var. 1, circa 1945 - 47. In excellent condition. An attractive piece with well-preserved details and mint luster; comes on original wartime suspension in steel.
$65.00

Medal for the Capture of Koenigsberg, Var. 2 with U-shaped eyelet, late 1940s-early 50s. In outstanding condition, practically free of noticeable wear. Includes original brass suspension with new ribbon.
$55.00

Document for a Capture of Koenigsberg Medal, issued in November 1945 to a Lieutenant in a Guards Self-Propelled Artillery regiment of the 3rd Belorussian Front. The recipient took part in the storming of the city as driver / mechanic of an ISU-122, a self-propelled artillery piece mounting a 122 mm gun on an IS (Iosif Stalin) heavy tank chassis. He earned an Order of the Red Star in action at Koenigsberg for crossing an antitank ditch under heavy artillery fire and being among the first to force the Pregel River thus completing the encirclement of the city. The document is in fair to good condition. Comes with a copy of the award commendation for the Order of the Red Star from the Russian military archives.
$95.00

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, issued on a New Year's Eve, 31 December 1945 to an active duty Infantry Private. In April 1945, his division stormed the city and captured one of its principal forts. The document is in very good condition.
$45.00

Medal for the Capture of Budapest, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In excellent condition, an extremely attractive example with great amount of original mint luster. Comes on original suspension.
$95.00

Medal for the Capture of Budapest, Var. 2 (U-shaped ring), 1940s - early 50s. In excellent condition. Includes original suspension with extremely attractive old ribbon.
$90.00

Medal for the Capture of Budapest, Var. 3 ("Voenkomat" version), circa 1970s- 80s issue. In outstanding condition.
$65.00

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, circa 1945-47. An excellent example with pristine details, attractive toning and clearly visible mint luster. Comes on original wartime suspension.
$140.00

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.
$160.00

Document for a Capture of Vienna Medal, awarded in February 1946 to a senior lieutenant in a Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment. In excellent condition.
$80.00

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, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. An excellent example on original WW2 suspension.
$65.00

Medal for the Liberation of Warsaw, Var. 2, late 1940s-early 50s. An excellent specimen on original brass suspension.
$45.00

Document for a Liberation of Warsaw Medal, issued in 1949 to a Private in the 19th Guards Mechanized Division. The document is hand-signed by a Guards Tank Corps Major General, a Hero of the Soviet Union, who commanded a highly distinguished Guards Tank Brigade during the Great Patriotic War. The document is in excellent condition.
$75.00

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, late 1940s. In excellent condition and includes original WW2 era suspension with old ribbon.
$70.00

Medal for the Liberation of Prague, Var. 2 (U-shaped ring), 1940s-50s. A superb, impossible to upgrade example.
$70.00

Group of 2 Documents to a serviceman of an illustrious Artillery Division of the 1st Ukrainian Front. Includes certificates for the Medals for the Liberation of Prague and Capture of Berlin, both very early, December 1945 issue. Hand-signed by a Major General, the division commander. The documents are in outstanding condition.
$90.00

Document for Liberation of Prague Medal, May 1947 issue to a Red Army Private. In excellent condition.
$45.00

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

Medal for the Liberation of Belgrade, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In very fine to excellent condition, a very attractive example of one of the hardest to find Soviet WW2 campaign medals.
$295.00

Medal for the Liberation of Belgrade, Var. 2 (U-shaped eyelet), late 1940s - early 50s issue. In outstanding condition, practically impossible to upgrade.
$340.00

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

Partisan Medal, 1st cl., variation without the raised border on the obverse and with the "straight-nosed" portrait of Lenin, circa 1940s. Very fine to excellent condition.
$470.00

Award Document for a Partisan Medal, 2nd cl., issued in October 1968 to a female recipient, probably a Lithuanian national judging by her first and maiden name. The beautiful calligraphy of the hand-written entries in the document and its date of issue lead us to believe that it was likely a "Kremlin" award. In excellent condition.
$295.00

Medal for Victory over Germany, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In near mint condition and includes original two-layer suspension with old ribbon. A superb example, literally impossible to upgrade.
$50.00

Medal for Victory over Germany, Var. 2 (U-shaped eyelet), late 1940s - early 50s. In outstanding condition - far better than a typical Victory medal - and includes original suspension.
$25.00

Group of Two Documents for Victory over Germany and Japan, awarded to a Tank Corps Captain. Both certificates are early issue: December 1945 (Germany) and May 1946 (Japan). During the Soviet campaign against Japan, his tank brigade took part in the 2nd Far Eastern Front offensive in Manchuria and assisted the 15th Army in the capture of Harbin.
$90.00

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

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

Award Document for a Medal for Victory over Germany, issued in March 1946 by the Soviet Pacific Fleet. Hand-signed by a Major General. A relatively uncommon naval issue in excellent condition.
$15.00

Award Document for a Medal for Victory over Germany, issued in May 1967. A relatively uncommon, late "Voenkomat" certificate issued by a military commissariat in the city of Donetsk. In near mint condition.
$15.00

Medal for Victory over Japan, Var. 1, circa 1945-47. In excellent condition and includes original suspension in steel. A beautiful example thought and through.
$90.00

Medal for Victory over Japan, Var. 2, 1940s - early 50s. In very fine to excellent condition. Comes on original brass suspension with nicely preserved old ribbon.
$40.00

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

Document for Victory over Japan Medal, awarded in April 1946 to a Corporal in a Guards Infantry unit. In very good to excellent condition.
$35.00

Medal for Meritorious Labor during the Great Patriotic War, Var. 1 (separate ring), circa 1945-47. A superb example - literally impossible to upgrade. Comes on original WW2 suspension.
$45.00

Medal for Meritorious Labor During the Great Patriotic War, Var. 2 1940s-50s. In excellent condition and includes original brass suspension.
$10.00

Medal for Meritorious Labor during the Great Patriotic War, Var. 3 ("Voenkomat" version), 1960s-80s. In near mint condition.
$5.00

Award Document for a Medal for Meritorious Labor during the Great Patriotic War, May 1946 issue. In excellent condition.
$10.00