Romanian medal with something to do with WW2 judging by the 1941 date on the reverse. Other than that, little idea.
Awarded to just about everyone “under orders” in the Soviet union on the 23rd February 1968 some almost 10 million recipients. The front of the medal depicts two soldiers in uniform of the different eras surrounded in the background by the 5 pointed red star. The reverse shows a crosssed Hammer and Plough above Cyrillic lettering and the obiquous CCCP
W.K. maker marked frontfighters cross with swords from the first world war. Swords denote combat / battle participation of the awardee.
A curious medal makers mark on this first world war German service cross. C.TH.D sits above what can only be described as a profile of a house with a window or maybe even a lantern. Should be an identifiable marking but not currently associated with a medal producer.
G&S marked German medal from WW1 for war service. This being the combatants version as denoted by the prescence of the crossed swords. Could G&S be the same Gablonz und Sohne / Soehne of WW2 era German medal production?
L. NBG. an unknown / unidentified medal manufacturer. Could NBG. stand for Nuremberg? Any additional information on this medal very much welcome.
O 1 or 0 1 marked frontfighters cross with swords. As with so many of these medals manufacturer / maker is unknown / not identified. Any information in this respect gratefully received!
A lesser seen manufacturer with the marking stamped / indented into the upper arm of the reverse of the cross. JK in a triangle. Unattributed medal manufacturer.
Assmann & Sohne (Assmann & sons) Ludenscheid attributed frontfighter cross. Interesting to note that both the stylised A and the A&S markings are present on the medal. Also curious to note how the bronze wash has all but dissappeared from the medal which does not appear to happen with other manufacturers. It doesnt appear to have done the business any material harm as they went on to produce a number of medals and badges during the third reich period.