Soviet medal awarded to both civilian and military personal commemorating 30 years since the Victory over Germany in WW2.
CCCP or Soviet Veteran of Labour type 2 medal. Differs from the Type 1 (fabricated from solid silver) and Type 3 (plain metal obverse) examples with its blued metal obverse and construction from silver plated tombac. This is a commonly encountered medal with over 40 million issued.
Lightweight tinnie showing a sword vertically through the center of a swastika superimposed upon a sun burst. All surrounded by oakleaves. Plain reverse except for what could be a manufacturer or die marking.
Manufactured from what appears to be a Bakerlite type material. 1 MAI 1938 on the front of the tinnie with the reverse Maker marked “Schirwa” Solingen Wald.
Another tinnie requiring formal identification. Appears to be HJ / Hitler Youth related due to the Diamond. Aluminium construction.
Not sure on the exact classification of this WW2 tinnie. Workers day of 1934?
Imagine that this tinnie somehow celebrates the annexation of Saarland / region. Missing the formal identification.
No discernable manufacturer markings.
Something Hitler Youth / Hitler jungend?
The victory medal awarded to 19786 PTE M HOWARD L’POOL REG, Private M Howard of the iverpool Regiment.