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From the collection of an avid aficionado of both the Soviet Union and James Bond is this complete uniform which correspond to the uniform of Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov, one of the villains of the 1995 James Bond movie "GoldenEye" played by actor Gottfried John. Ourumov was later promoted colonel-general, however in the opening scene of the set, Ourumov wear a M1969 daily uniform. That being said, the ribbon bar of the movie villain was not particulary correct, hence this set was re-made and interpreted to what Ourumov would have actually worn and receieved in the armed forces of the Soviet Union. Notice, that this is not the actual uniform that was used in the movie "GoldenEye".
The tunic is made from very fine olive gabardine with red collar tabs featuring the Soviet armed forces star with wreath. The shoulder boards have the same red piping and three golden stars for the rank of colonel. The breeches have red piping along the leg. The ribbon bar hold a total of 12 awards including two Order of Lenin, the Order of the Red Banner, Order of the Red Star and a number of awards likely to have been worn by a post-war successful colonel. The visor cap is a early 1990s with the russian eagle mounted on the crown. On the wearers left is a military academy graduation rhombus and on the collar is a red Lenin badge. In the movie, Ourumov is a member of the Highest Soviet and wears a member badge on the collar.
The size of the uniform is about 52-3 (US40-42) and the visor cap is size 57-58.
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