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eMedals- An Imperial Russian American-Made 2nd Pavlograd Life-Hussars Regiment Silver Cup

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An Imperial Russian American-Made 2nd Pavlograd Life-Hussars Regiment Silver Cup

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An Imperial Russian American-Made 2nd Pavlograd Life-Hussars Regiment Silver Cup

Emperor Alexander III 50th Anniversary: Sterling silver, with a silver gilt and light blue enamelled badge affixed to the front, illustrating a Maltese cross covered with crowned double-headed eagles between each of the four arms of the cross, engraved "1916" to the left and "1966" to the right and "Ц Н Русамоьу." in cyrillic script below the cross, maker marked "GORHAM" (Gorham Manufacturing Company), marked "STERLING" and numbered "367" on the bottom, 47.5 mm wide at the mouth x 36 mm wide at the base x 47.5 mm in height, intact enamels, light contact, near extremely fine.
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