Civil Aviation & Aeroflot
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Stalin Aircraft Factory #19, Narkomat of Heavy Industry, award badge, early to mid 1930s. Beautiful badge in excellent condition.
ODVF (Society of Friends of the Air Fleet), Moscow Chapter, membership badge, 1923-1925. In very fine condition.
Badge of the Central Committee of ODVF (Society of Friends of the Air Fleet), 1923-1925. In fine to very fine condition.
Badge of the ODVF (Society of Friends of the Air Fleet), Northwestern Chapter, 1924-25. This very elegant award in hallmarked silver and enamels was issued for less than one year for giving donations or active volunteer work in the Society of Friends of Aviation (its Northwestern branch included Petrograd region). In very fine to excellent condition, free of chips or other significant flaws; includes original hallmarked screw plate.
Badge of the ODVF (Society of Friends of the Air Fleet), Northwestern Chapter, 1923-25. Scarce version in hallmarked silver featuring a detailed depiction of a biplane and a vertically oriented blue scroll with the name of the organization. The artwork is in early Constructivist style. This very well-preserved example includes original hallmarked screw plate.
OAVUK (Society of Aviation and Aeronautics of Ukraine and Crimea), membership badge, 1923-1924. More scarce Type 1 having riveted construction with the superimposed emblem of globe, biplane and hammer & sickle. Unlike the ODVF chapters in various regions of RSFSR and other Soviet republics, the Ukrainian society operated under its own name and apparently enjoyed a certain degree of autonomy until the 1924 merger into the all- union ODVF.
OAVUK (Society of Aviation and Aeronautics of Ukraine and Crimea), membership badge, Type 2, 1923-1924. In outstanding, excellent condition. This organization existed for only a year until its merger into ODVF in 1924.
ODVF Badge "Ultimatum", 1923. Featuring an airplane and a fist with star, this pin was given for donations to build Soviet air force. The donation drive was as a part of the propaganda campaign in response to the British 1923 note to the Soviet government (so-called "Curzon Ultimatum"). In excellent condition.
Badge for Excellence in Aeroflot, Special 1973 issue in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Aeroflot. Early issue with "cold" enamels. A very interesting and uncommon piece in excellent condition.
Medal (Honorary Badge) of a Labor Veteran of the Moscow Mil Helicopter Factory, 1970-77 issue. A very scarce early award of the key Soviet helicopter manufacturer famous for its Mi series.
Badge to a Civil Aviation Pilot for Flying 16000 Hours Without Accidents, #117243, 1980s. Near mint condition.
Badge of a Civil Aviation Navigator for Flying 3000 Hours Without Accidents, #39500, 1970s- early 1980s. Features the early, "MMD" version of the Moscow Mint logo. In near mint condition and includes original mint-marked screw plate.
Award Badge to a Civil Aviation Navigator for Flying 28000 Hours Without Accidents, #129746, 1980s. Attractive mint marked piece in excellent condition.
Badge to a Civil Aviation Flight Engineer for Flying 5000 Hours Without Accidents, #42008, 1970s - early 1980s. Features "MMD" mint mark. In near mint condition and includes original mint marked screw plate.
Badge to a Civil Aviation Flight Engineer for Flying 15000 Hours Without Accidents, #117208, 1980s. Near mint condition.
Badge to a Civil Aviation Flight Radio Operator for Flying 7000 Hours Without Accidents, #117253, 1980s. Near mint condition.
Civil Airlines Traffic Controller, 1st class, circa 1970s-80s.
Aeroflot Flight Attendant's Badge, circa 1970s-80s. Shows a Soviet maker mark on the reverse. In excellent condition.
Moscow Institute of Aviation (MAI) graduate badge, with original case of issue, circa 1970s. A very attractive badge in excellent condition. The box is likewise nicely preserved.
Kirovograd School of Civil Aviation Navigators (KLShU), graduate badge, 1970s-80s. Excellent condition.
Riga Order of the Red Banner Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers (RKIIGA), graduate badge, Type 3, circa 1980s. In excellent condition and includes original screw plate maker marked "Darbs Met".
Badge of an Activist of the Trade Union of Civil Aviation, Komi Autonomous Republic, circa 1980s.