Group of Soviet Medals: Combat Merit #595602 & 2839250, Capture of Budapest and Victory over Germany. All with their Documents

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Complete Documented Group of Soviet Medals 

 

Awarded to Artillery Sergeant Nikolaj Ivanovich Sorokopud (Николай Иванович Сорокопуд)

 

 

The group consists of the following items:

 

Medal for Combat Merit #595602

Made of silver and red lacquer. Measures 32.36 mm in width, 37.18 mm in height including the eyelet and it weighs 18.1 gram without suspension. 

This medal is in a nice, about average condition with medium wear on the higher laying parts but a fair amount of details still present. All of the lacquer filling the lettering is still present and the medal shows an appealing dark patina on both sides. Its connection ring has not been cut and its early double layer suspension is time period to the medal.

 

Medal for Combat Merit #2839250

Made of silver and red lacquer. Measures 32.43 mm in width, 37.85 mm in height including the eyelet and it weighs 18.2 gram without suspension. 

In similar condition as the previous medal with uncut connection ring and time period suspension and ribbon.

 

Medal for the Capture of Budapest with document

Made of gilded brass. Measures 32.06 mm in width, 36.89 mm in height including the eyelet and it weighs 16.3 gram without suspension.

In nice condition with medium wear and a fair amount of gold plating still present. The medal comes with its time period brass suspension.

The medal comes with its document numbered A 125529 and is dated 25 December 1945

 

Medal for the Victory over Germany with document

Made of gilded brass. Measures 32.16 mm in width, 36.68 mm in height including the eyelet and it weighs 16.5 gram without suspension.

In great condition with light wear only and full gold plating. The medal comes with its time period brass suspension.

The medal comes with its document numbered A 0111920 and is dated 27 December 1945

 

Medal booklet for the Medals of Combat Merit

In excellent, problem free condition with all pages firmly attached to the cover. It mentions the numbered medals above only and is dated 3 June 1948

 

 

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