|Dating:||the second half of the 1930s|
Extremely rare and interesting picture, which shows a child in the form of a sailor with icebreaker "Krasin". Judging by the perfect customized form, clearly made to order, the child is the son of one of the officers of the icebreaker, probably the captain. Photo size 93*145 mm. reverse side is clean. The guarantee of authenticity. Krasin (until 1927 Svyatogor) — Arctic icebreaker of the Russian and Soviet navies, with the 1980-ies — the ship-Museum, built at the shipyard W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. Ltd. in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the UK in 1916-1917 year. In 1927 it was renamed in honor of the Soviet politician Leonid Krasin (1870-1926).
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