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  • Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900
  • Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900
  • Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900
  • Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900
  • Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900

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Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900

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Russia, Imperial. An Order of Saint Stanislaus, IV Class, by Aleksandr Romanov, c.1900

(Орден Святого Станислава). Instituted in 1765. Type II (1856-1917). In 14K Gold with red, white and green enamels, handpainted "S" on both centrepieces, weighing 12.7 grams inclusive of its ribbon, marked with the zolotniki fineness number "56" (14K Gold) beside the kokoshnik mark and maker mark "AP" (Aleksandr Vasilyevitch Romanov, Riga ,1899 / Warsaw, 1899-1904) on the reverse of the integral ring, marked "ИЛ" on the upper arm and maker marked "ЗДУАРАЪ" (Eduard) on the lower arm on the reverse, measuring 42.5 mm (w) x 44.3 mm (h) inclusive of its integral suspension, intact enamels, original ribbon, extremely fine.

 

Footnote: The Order of Saint Stanislaus was a Polish order of knighthood founded in 1765 by King Stanisław August Poniatowski of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. It remained under the Kingdom of Poland between 1765 and 1831, and was incorporated under the Russian Empire from 1831 to 1917, until the Russian revolution. Today, there are two recognized orders that claim descent from the original Order of Saint Stanislaus: the Russian dynastic Order of Saint Stanislaus (Imperial House of Romanov), awarded by the head of the House of Romanov as former sovereigns of the Russian Empire, and the Polish Order of Polonia Restituta, a governmental order of merit awarded by the President of Poland and considered by some as a type of successor. The original Polish badge of the order was a red enameled Maltese cross with white enameled Polish eagles between its arms and with a central medallion bearing an enameled image of Saint Stanislaus in his episcopal vestment surrounded by a gold laurel wreath. In its original Polish form the knights of the Order wore a red, white and silver habit modelled on the traditional dress of a Polish nobleman. In the Russian version of the badge, the Polish white eagles were replaced with gold Russian double-headed imperial eagles, their wings partially overlapping the arms of the cross and the central medallion bearing the letters "SS" in red on a white enamel background instead of the original image of the saintly bishop, surrounded by a green enamel laurel wreath. There is also a semi-circle of gold rays between each of the points of arms of the Maltese cross.

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