the Russian Empire, 1860-70-ies Judging by distinctive outline of an eagle and the location of emblems on the wings, the thing should be classified as the era of the Emperor Alexander II. These eagles were made for signage suppliers to the court of His Majesty, and for various state institutions, was also used on the border posts. In March 1917, these signs were ruthlessly removed and destroyed, so today they are a great rarity. Cast iron casting. The side length of approximately 30 cm in the Original.
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