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(J601) A Russian 3rd Brigade Tank Badge in enamel and silver gilt metals. The award is in nice overall condition and has the number 3 to the centre. Believed to be for the 3rd tank brigade. There is no enamel damage to the award. Recently picked up in the Baltic. In very good condition.

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(L700) A Ukranian Badge for 50 years service. The badge comes complete with its Citation. The award is in very good condition. It is dated for 1994.

GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(N528) A Nice Russian Guards Badge being of early quality, probably manufactured in the 1950's orr '60's, as the badge has a name screw plate to it and is slightly more round than most later ones encountered. There is some enamel damage with age cracking to the white enamel and the red star, but it is still all intact. Very scarce to find an earlier one.

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(N529) A Russian Guards Badge in very nice condition and with nice undamaged enamelling, although there is some minor wear as you would expect. Probably manufactured for the Afghan war in the 1980's.

GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(N530) A USSR Student's Badge being numbered to the reverse 14407. The badge is also maker marked Tallinn Estonia and was given for Soviet students from Estonia Part of The socialist social republics.. Nice quality and condition with only minor wear and tear to the enamelling.

GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)


As the chief rival to NATO from 1955 - 1991, the Warsaw Pact was, and has since remained, a popular subject for military students and historians alike. On the collecting market the vast range of awards, badges and insignia produced during the Cold War has helped to make the national armies of the Warsaw Pact a popular choice with many military specialists. Surprisingly, even though a great deal has been written about the armour, weapons, uniforms and equipment, no comprehensive reference source on the subject of badges had till publication of this reference source of been printed in the English language. This book offers the collector a comprehensive reference source that will allow the accurate identification of Warsaw Pact badges, mentioning the various methods of construction employed, variations in design observed according to manufacturer or changes employed over time, and their general availability today. Alongside the badges awarded by the land forces, many others are featured that were issued by the navies, air forces, border guards, militias and paramilitary sports associations of the USSR, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria between 1955 - 1991. To purchase your copy please click on the link (Picture) to the left

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