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eMedals-An Imperial Russian Reserve Cavalry Regiment of the Imperial Guard Czapka (Helmet) Plate

Item: EU10361

An Imperial Russian Reserve Cavalry Regiment of the Imperial Guard Czapka (Helmet) Plate

$3,250

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An Imperial Russian Reserve Cavalry Regiment of the Imperial Guard Czapka (Helmet) Plate

Four-piece construction, silver with blue, black and orange enamelled insignia on a fire gilt base, the insignia illustrating the cross of St. Andrew on the two-headed eagle's chest, the centrepiece ring inscribed in cyrillic script "For Faith and Loyalty", on an eight-pointed star, the bottom point of the star marked "84" beside a hallmark and maker marked "MC", the star attached to the fire gilt base via four intact upright prongs, the plate measuring 105 mm x 110 mm, the insignia with intact enamels, the fire gilt plate with both pairs of prongs intact, extremely fine.
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