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Medal in memory of the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905, suite

238 $
Russian Empire
the beginning of the twentieth century
The original.
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238 $
Country:Russian Empire
Dating:the beginning of the twentieth century
The original.

The original medal is in excellent collector's condition. The original stamp gloss has been preserved by 40%. An item from the series "I bought and closed the topic." Such preservation is rare. Light bronze medal (relied on all military and sailors, regardless of rank and position, including volunteers who have been in at least one battle against the enemy on land or at sea). The diameter is 28 mm. The obverse of the medal depicts an All-seeing eye surrounded by rays. In the lower part, along the side, the inscription: «1904-1905». On the reverse side there is a horizontal inscription in Slavic font in five lines: "YES THE LORD WILL LIFT YOU UP . YOUR TIME." The inscription on the back of the medal is a quote from the New Testament "Humble yourselves therefore under the strong hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time. The First Conciliar Epistle of the Holy Apostle Peter, 5:6". Guarantee of authenticity.


Russian Russian Empire Medal "In Memory of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905" is a medal of the Russian Empire for awarding military personnel who participated in the Russo-Japanese War, as well as for awarding medical workers and priests in the service, civilians who distinguished themselves in military operations. It was established on January 21, 1906 by decree of Emperor Nicholas II. The medal had three main variants made of different metals: silver, bronze, dark bronze (copper). Medals made of different metals were awarded to different categories of awardees. The silver version was intended to reward the defenders of the Kwantung Peninsula (also Guangdong) and Port Arthur (now Liushun). All persons who participated in these military events were awarded, including even the residents of Port Arthur who participated in its defense. Medals made of dark bronze (copper) were awarded to military personnel who did not take a direct part in the battles, but who served in the active armies and were in the Far East and along the Trans-Siberian Railway and the Samara-Zlatoust Railway in areas under martial law before the day of ratification of the peace treaty. Similarly with other variants of the medal, military, sailors, border guards, militia, priests, doctors were awarded, if these persons were on duty with the troops or medical institutions.

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