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  • Russia, Imperial. A Cross for Service in the Caucasus 1864
  • Russia, Imperial. A Cross for Service in the Caucasus 1864
  • Russia, Imperial. A Cross for Service in the Caucasus 1864
  • Russia, Imperial. A Cross for Service in the Caucasus 1864

Item: EU16165

Russia, Imperial. A Cross for Service in the Caucasus 1864

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Russia, Imperial. A Cross for Service in the Caucasus 1864

In blackened brass, Russian coat-or-arms in the center, cypher of Tsar Alexander II on the arm at 12 o'clock, the date "1864" on the arm at 6 o'clock, the lateral arms inscribed in Russian "For Service in the Caucasus", backed by crossed swords, measuring 49 mm (w) x 50 mm (h), missing its vertical pinback, contact marks and surface wear, fair.
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