Yugoslavia. Order of Labor of the 3rd degree of the second type with a silver wreath in the original box.The Order of Labor is an award of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The Order was awarded for success in work.The Order of Labor of three Degrees was established by the Chairman of the Anti-Fascist Veche of the People's Liberation of Yugoslavia by decree of May 1, 1945. The Decree of the Presidium and the People's Assembly of the People's Assembly of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia of November 28, 1947 also introduced the Medal of Labor.The order and medal were awarded to individuals, workers ' organizations and military units of the SFRY who achieved personal success in work and work of special significance for the benefit of the country and state labor organizations.On March 1, 1961, the new law on awards in the SFRY introduced new names: the Order of Labor of the First Degree was now called the Order of Labor with a Red Banner, the Order of Labor of the second Degree — the Order of Labor with a golden wreath, the Order of Labor of the third degree — Order of Labor with a silver wreath. Until the end of 1985, 359,239 people were awarded, of which 7,096 were awarded the Order of Labor with the Red Banner, 36,000 were awarded the Order of Labor with the golden Wreath, 182910 were awarded the Order of Labor with the Silver Wreath, and 133233 were awarded the Medal of Labor. 1546 youth work brigades became full holders of the Order of Labor.
Silver. Fixing with a needle. Size mm. Weight of grams. Original calico box.