Serbian medals with historical, cultural and artistic importance. Finished in Proof and high gloss standard tehniques

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Petar Bojović (copper alloy)

18,79 USD

Description: Medal depicting Field Marshal Petar Bojović, minted in the National Bank of Serbia – Institute for Manufacturing Banknotes and Coins to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War Specification: Finished in Proof standard Dimension: Ø 38 mm Composition: copper alloy Weight: 18 g Packaging: plastic box with stand, 160 x 100 mm dimension Petar Bojović (1858-1945) was the General in command of the First Serbian Army until he was wounded in the battle of Kolubara. As Head of the Supreme Command he led the Serbian army retreat over Albania. In July 1918 he led the First Army at the battle of Dobro Polje on the Salonika front, where Bulgarian armies were heavily defeated. He was awarded the title of “vojvoda” (Field Marshal) after that victory.

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Radomir Putnik (copper alloy - patinated)

18,79 USD

Description: Medal depicting Field Marshal Radomir Putnik, minted in the National Bank of Serbia – Institute for Manufacturing Banknotes and Coins to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War Specification: Medal struck in high gloss technique Dimension: Ø 38 mm Composition: copper alloy - patinated Weight: 18 g Packaging: plastic box with stand, 160 x 100 mm dimension General Radomir Putnik (1847-1917) is the creator of the modern Serbian army. From 1912 to 1916 he was Chief of the Supreme Command who had great merit in WW1 victories at Cer, Drina and Kolubara. He became the first Serbian “vojvoda” (Field Marshal) following the Kumanovo battle. After no support came from Entente allies, he issued the most distressing order to retreat across Albania. From Corfu he was transferred to Nice for medical treatment, where he died a year later.

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Radomir Putnik (copper alloy)

18,79 USD

Description: Medal depicting Field Marshal Radomir Putnik, minted in the National Bank of Serbia – Institute for Manufacturing Banknotes and Coins to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War Specification: Finished in Proof standard Dimension: Ø 38 mm Composition: copper alloy Weight: 18 g Packaging: plastic box with stand, 160 x 100 mm dimension General Radomir Putnik (1847-1917) is the creator of the modern Serbian army. From 1912 to 1916 he was Chief of the Supreme Command who had great merit in WW1 victories at Cer, Drina and Kolubara. He became the first Serbian “vojvoda” (Field Marshal) following the Kumanovo battle. After no support came from Entente allies, he issued the most distressing order to retreat across Albania. From Corfu he was transferred to Nice for medical treatment, where he died a year later.

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Stepa Stepanović (copper alloy)

18,79 USD

Description: Medal depicting Field Marshal Stepa Stepanović, minted in the National Bank of Serbia – Institute for Manufacturing Banknotes and Coins to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War Specification: Finished in Proof standard Dimension: Ø 38 mm Composition: copper alloy Weight: 18 g Packaging: plastic box with stand, 160 x 100 mm dimension General Stepa Stepanović (1856-1929) led the Second Army in battles that won him the fame of one of the greatest Serbian commanders in history. After the first victory of the Entente forces in the Battle of Cer (1914) he earned the rank of “vojvoda” (Field Marshal). The forceful advance of his troops over Macedonia after breaking the Salonika Front in 1918 led to the capitulation of Bulgaria and accelerated the end of the Great War.

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