|North Korean medals|
gilt star; the face with a five-pointed gilt-edged red enamel star imposed
on crossed sword and rifle bearing a central silvered escutcheon with the
full-length figure of a soldier advancing, holding a rifle with fixed
bayonet within a studded gilt border, inscribed below ‘for the Fatherland’
in Korean characters, a gilt laurel wreath to either side; the reverse
inscribed with the name of the Order in Korean characters; mounted with
pin for wear; diameter 46mm (1.8 inches); weight 33.1 grams (1.16 oz);
slight wear to the gilding, particularly on the butt of the rifle. The
Order was instituted on 1 July 1950 at the time of the Korean War and was
awarded for individual acts of bravery on the field of battle. A good
example of a rare order. All orders of North Korea are hard to find.
North Korea Medal for Military Service Honor
DPRK Merit Medal, Type III. Awarded to the military
|800.00 SEK||440.00 SEK|
Veteran medal from Korean war
The Russian troops who fought in North Korea ... which was recognised only now.
The Soviet Union refused in the beginning to acknowledge that they had troops who fought in Korea.
|400.00 SEK||350.00 SEK|