WW2 Polish Cross of Valour – Great BritainSeptember 26, 2019
Pre-WW2 Rare Prototype Polish-Bolshevik War Medal Miniature – French MadeSeptember 26, 2019
pre-WW2 Polish Cross of Valour – Awarded 4 Times – Numbered
Jan Knedler, Warsaw
A Polish Cross of Valour. Version made from bronze, produced in Warsaw by Jan Knedler. Version 4 according to the book by Grzegorz Krogulec “Krzyż Walecznych”.
Issued numbered version, awarded for acts of valour during the Polish-Bolshevik war in 1919-1921. Numbered 6614. The medal has three bars, hence was awarded a total of four times to this recipient! This is the maximum number that could have been awarded.
A Polish Cross of Valour awarded for acts of valour in the battlefield. The award in the shape of the cross, In the centre a Polish crowned eagle with spread wings. On the arms an inscription “Na Polu Chwały 1920” meaning “On the fields of Glory 1920”.
The reverse with a sword and a laurel leaf crown with inscription “Walecznym” meaning, Valourious.
Original period ribbon, however extremely fragile and could rip at any moment.