|Dating:||the beginning of the twentieth century.|
the Russian Empire, the beginning of the twentieth century. Bronze, gilding, silvering. This monogram was running the General-adjutant, held in the person of the Emperor, according to his Majesty's orders, June 30, 1898. A monogrammed image of the name of Nicholas II was supposed to match the color of the metal of the device is uniform, and the late Emperor on the color was supposed to be the opposite. Excellent collectors condition. Very rare.
Excellent collectors condition.
This monogram was worn by the General-adjutants, consisting of the Person of the Emperor, according to his Majesty's orders, dated June 30, 1898. A monogrammed image of the name of Nicholas II had to match the color of the metallic instrument of his uniform, and the deceased Emperor's color was supposed to be the opposite.
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