URVAL AV OBJEKT

(OBS: Alla objekt är inte till salu.)

Karl Marx orden   Olympic games St. Moritz 1948   Cross of the Danish Voluteer Battalion in Finland 1939-40   Stasi medals
1. Karl Marx orden with box, .333 gold.   2. Olympic games St. Moritz 1948, participation badge.   3. Denmark, Cross of the Danish Volunteer Battalion in Finland 1939-40, first type. Made in Finland, maker, silver and enamel. See Foreign Legion vol 1, page 107.   4. DDR, Stasi medals with box.
             
Rare badge from 1933 with Stalin and Lenin.   Swedish political pins, communist and socialist.   Olympic games London 1908, judge badge.   Olympic games Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1936, press badge.
5. Soviet Union, rare badge from 1933 with picture of Stalin and Lenin, text on reverse.   6. Sweden. Swedish political pins paper 1910-1930.   7. Olympic games, London 1908, judge badge, silver and maker.   8. Olympic games, Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1936, press badge.
             
Olympic games Oslo 1952, participation badge   Diplomatic passport from WWII   Norway front-line badge   Medals for Norwegian volunteers in the Finnish winter war
9. Olympic games Oslo 1952, participation badge.   10. Norway, diplomatic passport from second world war.   11. Norway front-line badge, instituted in Norway on 2 september 1943.   12. Norway. Medals for Norwegian volunteers in the Finnish winter war against the Soviet Union, given to a female.
             
Norway, Småhird badge   Norway, Nobel institute, 1936   Swedish Volunteer Corps for Finland during second world war   Denmark, NSU badge
13. Norway, Småhird badge (young girls). Silver with maker, number 84 on reverse, see Foreign Legion vol 1, page 27.   14. Norway, Nobel Institute, bronze gilt medallion, 1936 with only 32 delegates.   15. Sweden, Swedish Voluteer Corps for Finland during second world war. Numbered 276.   16. Denmark, NSU badge, silver stamp, needle missing. See Foreign Legion vol 1, page 85.
             
Sweden, Hangö Claps   England, BUF County Commander    
17. Sweden, Hangö Claps. See Foreign Legion vol 4, page 373.   18. England, BUF County Commander, with maker and number.