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An original Order of the Red Star, Serial No. 2,769,514 - awarded between 1946 and 1947 either for long service or as a catch-up award for actions taken during WWII. This star shows heavy enamel damage, specifically on the 12 o'clock and 3 o'clock arms. A "been there" example for sure. Matching spinner on the reverse along with serial number and clear maker's mark. Screwpost is straight with strong threads.



The Order of the Red Star was awarded to soldiers of the Soviet Army, Navy, border and internal security forces, employees of the State Security Committee of the USSR, as well as NCOs and officers of the bodies of internal affairs; to units, warships, associations, enterprises, institutions and organizations; as well as to military personnel of foreign countries:

for personal courage and bravery in battle, for the excellent organization and leadership in combat that contributed to the success of our troops;

for successful operations of military units and formations which resulted in the enemy suffering considerable casualties or damage;

for outstanding service in ensuring public safety and the security of the State Border of the USSR;

for courage and valour displayed during the performance of military duties, or, in circumstances involving a risk to life;

for exemplary performance of special command tasks and other outstanding deeds committed in peacetime;

for great contribution in maintaining the high combat readiness of troops, excellent performance in combat and political training, in the mastery of new combat equipment and other services associated with strengthening the defensive might of the USSR;

for merit in the development of military science and technologies used in training of the Armed Forces of the USSR;

for merit in strengthening the defence capabilities of the socialist community.

Soviet Order of the Red Star (Serial No. 2,769,514)

SKU: SOV0172

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