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(CS901) A Nice Example of a WWII Hungarian Bravery Medal in Bronze. The medal shows Admiral Horthy to one side and the Hungarian shield and crown with crossed swords to the other side. The award is on the wrong ribbon but appears to have been worn this way for several years. Scarce award to find. GBP £85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1248) A Hungarian War Medal for World War One being the Early silver plated type that has two crossed swords behind the Hungarian shield to denote combat. The medal is of nice quality and construction and was awarded to both German and Hungarian forces that fought in WWI. GBP £20.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1847) A nice example of a Hungarian WWI War Medal being the small Miniature type. The award is sewn to the base of a bow ribbon and is the type with Swords on the medal, to denote a combat veteran. The back of the ribbon has a small safety pin fixing, for attachment to civilian clothing. Very nice to find. GBP £20.00 (UK Pounds)

(N146) An Imperial Hungarian Occupation Medal being part of a set of three issued for the unification of seeded territory from the Versailles treaty. This award was rendered by Hitler under the 2nd Vienna award, where Hitler ordered Rumania to give Hungary back North Transylvania. The award has the blue ribbon mounted in the usual Austrian style. Very scarce a historical medal to find. These awards were mostly destroyed after WWII for obvious reasons. GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(N329) An Arrow Cross Membership pin for the Hungarian Movement. The badge has a nice stick pin fixing to it and there is no enamel damage. Very rare to find with very few serviving after the war GBP £ 300.00 (UK Pounds)

(P134) A Transylvanian Hungarian Commemorative medal for liberation of Siebenbürgen (Transylvania). The Medal was instituted on 1 October 1940. The front shows the bust of King Matthias Corvinus (1458-1490). The reverse showing arms of Transylvania with various names around the rim: 'Vitez, Nagybanyai, Horthy, Miklos, Kormanyzo, Orszaglasanak, XX, Eveben and others.. The medals were made with low quality zinc and pitted easily. An Early issue with slight convex on the reverse. The Original Austrian style ribbon is in very good condition as is the medal. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(P135) A South Hungary Liberation Medal showing a knight on horseback to one side and three shields to the other. Manufactured in zince, the award comes with its original blue and yellow ribbon mounted in the Austrian style. In clean condition. The medal is in very good condition for this style and is quite scarce. GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(P141) A Cased Hungarian Red Cross Award 2nd Class being a pin back decoration. The award is of multi-piec construction with nice green, white and red enamel with some nice engraving to the reverse. The reverse also has some maker's marks etc. This type of cross was instituted in 1930 and discontinued in 1946. Very scarce to find and of superb quality. GBP £300.00 (UK Pounds)

(S233) A Hungarian War Medal for 1914-18. The award is the type for combatants and has the crossed swords behind the shield. The medal is of silver plate construction and has a very nice pleasing appearance. Complete with its white, red and green laddered ribbon, the award is becoming hard to find now. Given to both German and Austrian soldiers who served in WWI, the award is often encountered in third reich medal groups. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

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