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  • ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913
  • ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913
  • ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913
  • ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913
  • ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913

Item: EU0559

ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913

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ROMANOV DYNASTY TERCENTENARY BADGE, 1913

Imperial hereditary Gilded Silver Badge awarded to those who participated in the celebration of the Romanov dynasty Tercentennial in 1913 and personally expressed their congratulations to Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra. Badge is marked with 84 silver standard and work master's initials (partially obscured). Obverse showing shield centering Romanov's Griffon under the Imperial crown laid on a silver-gilt wreath, dates 1613-1913 on the ribbon below. Recipient?s name engraved on reverse. Showing wear, age, very good to fine condition.
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