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Documented Award Groups

Documented Group to a Hero of Socialist Labor, foreman of the Kharkov Motor Factory, Ukraine. Includes a 1966 Gold "Hammer and Sickle" Medal, Order of Lenin issued with it (a very scarce Leningrad Mint version), Order Booklet and Hero's ID ("Small Certificate"). All 4 items in the group are in superb condition - literally impossible to upgrade. An uncommon set for the accomplishments in completing the Seven-Year Plan.

Complete Documented Group of 16 Decorations and Badges incl. an Order of Lenin, Order of the Red Banner, Orders of the Patriotic War, 1st and 2nd cl. (both WW2 combat issues), and 1943 Order of the Red Star. The recipient, a senior quartermaster officer, distinguished himself by providing the troops with all that was needed in a number of Soviet offensives. The Order of Lenin is a 1949 length of service award in excellent condition. The group includes a WW2 orders booklet containing a nice photo of the recipient wearing his awards and comes with a copy of the award commendations for WW2 decorations.

Documented Group of Two 1940's Decorations to an ethnic Korean. Includes very scarce Order of the Red Banner of Labor Type 3 "Jumbo" #27232 without a mint mark and a "flat back" Badge of Honor. Both the decorations and the order booklet are in excellent condition. This highly unusual group has a great research potential.

Documented Group of 2 Decorations to a political officer including a Medal for Combat Service Type 1 for the Battle of Stalingrad and a relatively early Order of the Red Star. In November 1942, he served with the famous 5th Tank Army that captured the vital Don River crossing at Kalach thus trapping the German VI Army. Both decorations are in excellent condition. Comes with a copy of the award commendations.

Group of 3 Awards and 3 Documents to a Jewish Sgt. Maj., personal driver of the Commander of the 3rd Army Col. Gen. Gorbatov. Includes WW2 medals for Combat Service (awarded for excellent performance, NOT the typical length of service issue), Capture of Berlin, and Victory over Germany.

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