Iraq Military Medals

Iraq Military Medals

Code # 964-1

Wounded Medal or "Nout Al Jarih"



RibbonPlain stippled. Ribbon: 46-mm Wide, white (26 mm) with broad 10-mm red edges (2 edges). The ribbon suspension is in a "Warsaw-Pact" pentagonal style

Instituted: By Law No. 95 of 1983

AwardedFor War Against Iran 1980-1988

Grades: 1 Class

Price$ 45              

Code # 964-2

Police General Service Medal : King Faisal II


1939-1958

Ribbon: 35 mm Wide, blue with 5 mm red edge stripes (2 edges) and blue 25 mm.

Instituted: 1939-58

Awarded: For the General Service.

Grades: 1 Class

Price$ 42          

Code # 964-3

Police National Service Medal



Ribbon: Red edged stripes, Blue in the middle with a Thin red line.

Instituted: 1959-

AwardedAfter 1958's revolution, this medal replaced the Police General Service Medal.

Grades: 1 Class

Price$ 42         

Code # 964-4

Police General Service Medal : King Faisal I


Ribbon: 3 equal size stripes: 2 Dark-Green edged stripes, with a white middle stripe, over all size 3.3 cm. the medal itself is 3.5 cm of Diameter. The back side of the medal reads within a circle, Arabic inscription: "Al-Awwal  Faisal / 1344 or Faisal the First 1344.

Instituted: 1924

Awarded: For service in specified military operations in Iraq between 1924 and 1936. This medal was commonly awarded to British officers serving with and in Iraqi forces throughout the interwar period. It was first awarded for services in the Eastern District of Iraq between 24 May 1924 and 18 December 1924 and between 23 March 1925 and 30 September 1925. The medal is sometimes referred to as the "King Faisal War Medal".

Grades: 1 Class

Price$ 44          

Code # 964-5

Police General Service Medal : Republic

 

Ribbon: 3 stripes: 2 Light-Green edged stripes, with a white middle stripe equaling in size the 2 green strips, over all size 3.1 cm. the medal itself is 3.5 cm of Diameter. It is Different from the Above by its Ribbon and its Back where Only the date is written 1344 H.

Instituted: 1958

AwardedThis represents a continuation and restructuring of the royal General Service Medal after the 1958 revolution A bright bronze medal. The name of King Faisal I was removed from the reverse in 1958, after the establishment of the republic

Grades: 1 Class

Price$ 44        Rare        

Code # 964-6

Iraqi Army Golden Jubilee: 1921-1971

 

Ribbon: Dark Green edged stripes (2 X 4mm),  yellow with gold threads woven 2.8 cm. The medal it self is Circular, 43 mm.

Instituted: 1971

Awarded: for the Long Service in the Army

Grades: 3 Classes: This one is the 1st Class (Gilt), the others are Bronze and Silvered Medals.

Price$ 34         

Code # 964-6a

Iraqi Army Golden Jubilee: 1921-1971


Ribbon: Dark Green edged stripes (2 X 4mm),  yellow with gold threads woven 2.8 cm. The medal it self is Circular, 43 mm.

Instituted: 1971

Awarded: for the Long Service in the Army

Grades: 3 Classes: This one is the 3rd Class (Bronze), the others are Gilt and Silvered Medals.

Price$ 34         

Code # 964-7

Iraqi Army Golden Jubilee: 1921-1971

 

Ribbon: Dark Green edged stripes (2 X 4mm),  yellow with gold threads woven 2.8 cm. The medal it self is Circular, 43 mm.

Instituted: 1971

Awarded: for the Long Service in the Army

Grades: 3 Classes: This one is the 2nd Class (Silver), the others are Gilt and Bronze Medals.

Price$ 34         

    

Code # 964-8

Iraqi Army Flood Rescue: 1954

 

Ribbon: Dark Green edged stripes,  White middle stripes with brownish single middle stripe. The medal it self is Circular.

Instituted: 1954

Awarded: Awarded to those who assisted in rescue operations in the context of the massive flooding of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in 1954. It was as a direct result of these floods that the major flood-control and irrigation works at Samara (on the Tigris) and at Ramadi (on the Euphrates) were opened in 1956. In addition to awards to Iraqis, approximately 66 medals were awarded to British Army and Royal Air Force troops from the air base at Habbaniya.

Grades: 1 Class Rare to find

Price$ 38         

Code # 964-9

Iraqi Army Flood Rescue: 1954

 

Ribbon: 6 equal strips, Blue, white, black, yellow, gray and violet. The ribbon is the difference from the above one.

Instituted: 1954

Awarded: Awarded to those who assisted in rescue operations in the context of the massive flooding of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in 1954. It was as a direct result of these floods that the major flood-control and irrigation works at Samara (on the Tigris) and at Ramadi (on the Euphrates) were opened in 1956

Grades: 1 Class Rare to find

Price$38          SOLD OUT

Code # 964-10

The 1939-1945 War Medal ( WWII)

 

Ribbon: 2 Dark black edged strips, white middle strip.

Instituted: 1945.

Awarded: Iraq severed diplomatic relations with Germany at the outbreak of WWII, but avoided any direct participation until after the 1941 rebellion. In January 1943, Iraq obediently declared war on the Axis powers, although there was scant combat involvement. For the most part, Iraq became a base for the British wartime occupations of Iran and the Levant

Grades: 1 Class Rare to find

Price$ 44         

Code # 964-11

Medal of Cooperation 1967-1973 (Nout El Taawoun)

 

Ribbon: Over all size 34 mm, 2 Green strips ( 9mm each) with a 16-mm red center stripe;

Instituted: 1969

Awarded: Was intended mainly for award to Syrian nationals, as this time period was a moment of significant renewal of the Iraqi-Syrian friendship.

Grades: 2 Classes found, This is the 2nd Class the other is bronze with green enamels on the surrounding leafs.

Price$ 48          Rare            

Code # 964-12

The Medal of Peace with the Kurds: 11 March 1970

 

Ribbon: Over all size 36 mm, 2 green stripes of 4mm each, 2 white stripes of 6mm each, middle yellow stripe of 16 mm.

Instituted: 1971

Awarded: For ending the Conflicts with the Kurds.

Grades: 3 Classes are found, this is the 1st Class (gilt) but not Gold, the others are silvered and bronze.

Price$ 38         

Code # 964-12b

The Medal of Peace with the Kurds: 11 March 1970

 

Ribbon: Over all size 36 mm, 2 green stripes of 4mm each, 2 white stripes of 6mm each, middle yellow stripe of 16 mm.

Instituted: 1971

Awarded: For ending the Conflicts with the Kurds.

Grades: 3 Classes are found, this is the 3rd Class (bronze), the others are gilt and silvered.

Price$ 38         

Code # 964-13

The Medal for the 1973 war with Israel: October 6

 

RibbonPlain 35 mm, red (11 mm each side) with a center stripe of yellow (13mm) interwoven with gold metallic thread.

Instituted: October 6, 1973

Awarded: For serving in the war against Israel.

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 45         

Code # 964-14

The Medal for the 17 July Revolution in 1968

 

Ribbon: 36-mm, white (28 mm) black edges (4 mm each).

Instituted: By Law No. 45 of 1968

Awarded: Awarded to commemorate the revolution of 17 July 1968 in which General Abed al-Rahman Arif was forced into exile and General Ahmad Hassan al-Bakr and the Ba'ath Party assumed control of the Iraqi government. This constituted the final Ba'ath consolidation of power in Iraq.

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 60           SOLD OUT

Code # 964-15

The Medal of Victory, 1945 World War II

 

Ribbon: 30 mm, nine alternate thin and thick stripes of Black ( 2 mm each), white (2 mm each) and Red (6 mm each).

Instituted: Law No. 28 of 1945

Awarded: Iraq severed diplomatic relations with Germany at the outbreak of WWII, but avoided any direct participation until after the 1941 rebellion. In January 1943, Iraq declared war on the Axis powers.

Grades: 1 Unique Class, This medal is Silver and very rare to find

Price$ 60           SOLD OUT

Code # 964-16

The Medal of Iraq - Ottoman Times

 

RibbonYellow In all its parts, with 5 mm threads woven yellow strips on the edges

Instituted: Unknown

Awarded: Unknown

Grades: Unique and Extremely Rare to find one in a life time.

Price$ 90           SOLD OUT

Code # 964-17

The Medal of Military Teachers

 

Ribbon: Red with a pin Back on its top.

Instituted: 1971

Awarded: For Military Teachers, teaching in the Republican Army school .

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 45          SOLD OUT

Code # 964-18

 Medal for Crushing the Northern Rebellion

 

Ribbon: 6 equal strips, Blue, white, black, yellow, gray and violet.

Instituted: 1964 after cease-fire was concluded with the Kurds.

Awarded: For participation in the conflict that erupted with the Qasim government with the Kurds in Northern Iraq .

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 58        SOLD OUT

Code # 964-19

The Medal for 18 November 1963

 

Ribbon: Yellow middle (25 mm) with red edge stripes (5 mm each).

Instituted: 1963

Awarded: Awarded to commemorate the 18 November 1963 takeover of all powers by General Abed al-Salam Muhammad Arif, Abed al-Rahman Muhammad Arif, and Colonel Said Slaibi and the creation of a new Revolutionary Command Council in Baghdad. In effect.

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 44          SOLD OUT

Code # 964-20

The Medal for the 14 July Revolution, 1958

 

RibbonOrange (23 mm),  2 small black stripes (2 mm each),  blue edge stripes (4 mm each).

Instituted: 1964

Awarded: To commemorate the 14 July 1958 revolution in which the monarchy was overthrown by the "Free Officers" of the Iraqi army. The royal family and many of their supporters were executed, and all power was placed in a revolutionary council under the leadership of Brigadier Abed al-Karim Qasim and Colonel Abed al-Salaam Arif.

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 48        

Code # 964-21

The Medal for the Palestine War, 1948-49

 

RibbonEqual stripes of black, green, red, green (6mm each).

Instituted: 1959

Awarded: For participation in the war against Israel which erupted on 15 May 1948.

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 47       

Code # 964-22

The Medal for the 14 Ramadan Revolution, 1963

 

RibbonThree stripes: red (8 mm), white (16 mm) black (8mm).

Instituted: 1964

Awarded: To commemorate the revolution of 14 Ramadan 1380 or 8 February 1963, which overthrew General Abed al-Karim Qasim

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 53         SOLD OUT

Code # 964-23

The Medal of Work

 

Ribbon: Totally Purple ribbon.

Instituted: 1982

Awarded: For Workers Of Iraq and the Arab Nations, Writings say: One Arabic Nation with One Eternal Message.

Grades: 2 Classes, this one is Class 1 Gilt.

Price$ 43         SOLD OUT

Code # 964-23a

The Medal of Work

 

Ribbon: Totally Dark Blue ribbon.

Instituted: 1982

Awarded: For Workers Of Iraq and the Arab Nations, Writings say: One Arabic Nation with One Eternal Message.

Grades: 2 Classes, this one is Class 2 Silvered

Price$ 43         

Code # 964-24

The King Faisal II Coronation Medal

 

Ribbon: There Are Two Kinds of Ribbons, English and Swiss. The Swiss ribbon: maroon center (27 mm) with white and green edge stripes (2 mm each).

.Instituted: 1953

Awarded: To commemorate the coronation of King Faisal II son of Ghazi on 2 May 1953 .

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 30       SOLD OUT

Code # 964-25

The Medal for Bravery: Gulf War II version post-1990

 

RibbonThree strips: Total 31 mm, 2 black strips (11mm each), red strip (9mm).

.Instituted: republican version-1990

Awarded: This award altered significantly over time. There is great similarity between previous issues of the medal and this issue. Awarded for the Second Gulf War ("Desert Shield / Desert Storm, to Brave Soldiers.

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 30       

Code # 964-26

The Mother of Battles Medal: Gulf War II version post-1990

 

RibbonThree equal strips: Total 30 mm, 1 black strip (10mm), 1 white strip(10mm) divided into two parts by a green strip(1mm) , and 1 red strip (10mm).

.Instituted: 1991 to Iraqi armed forces who fought against the Coalition.

Awarded: This award altered significantly over time. There is great similarity between previous issues of the medal and this issue. This Medal differs from the above by its ribbon and the Arabic legends "Allah Akbar" " Oum Al Maarek" or "God Is Mighty" "Mother of battles".

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 30      

Code # 964-27

The Order Medal of the July 14, 1959 Revolution - Silver Medal -

RibbonNo ribbon

.Instituted: 1959 commemorating the July 14, 1959 revolution by General Abdel Karim Kassem

Awarded: Military officers and special guests of the state

Grades: 1 Class.

Price$ 125      Very rare

 

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