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RUSSIAN IMPERIAL 56GOLD AWARD BADGE PIN MEDAL ORDER MILITARY NAVY WWI SILVER WAR For Sale
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RUSSIAN IMPERIAL 56GOLD AWARD BADGE PIN MEDAL ORDER MILITARY NAVY WWI SILVER WAR:
AWARDED with the GOLD ORDER ONCE in the ENTIRE HISTORY of the FLEETof the RUSSIAN EMPIRE 1872-1917.
Admiral KONSTANTIN POSYET stands as the exclusiverecipient of the Golden Imperial Russian Award of \"RESCUING THOSEPERISHING at SEA\"..
it encapsulates the divine soul of the Holy Russian ImperialMilitary Order of the Spirit within the realm of Russian Imperial Navigation.
An exclusive and genuine Russian Royal Imperial Award,distinguished by its extreme rarity and adorned with holicheated enamel.
Dimensions inch (approx.):1.16inches heightx1.15inches width
Material made: REALGold. 56\" Solid Gold (Solid Gold, corresponds to 14k US gold),UNIQUE IMPERIAL CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL.
Weight (approx.):7.2grams // 4.6dwt(penway)(Solid Gold, corresponds to 14k US gold)
Condition:In very fine to Excellent condition, an Attractive Early Piece Museumpreservation. The enamel retains nice luster and shows no rubbing or other significant flawsof any kind. The screw post is full. The screw plate is not original. Suppliedcomplete with bronze screw plate.
A truly rare and extraordinary museum exhibit, this piece of history is an Imperial Award crafted from 56” solid gold. The gold version of the Imperial Badge for Saving Those Perishing at Sea, exclusively awarded to Admiral Konstantin Posyet, marks a significant chapter in maritime recognition.
Material made:56\" gold, hallmark 56\" Pure imperialgold (SolidGold, corresponds to 14k US gold)
Enamel: UNIQUE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL RARE CHAMPLEVE RUBY HOT ENAMEL
It is widely recognized that the prestigious goldaward, titled \"SAVING THOSE PERISHING at SEA\"
was exclusivelybestowed upon AdmiralKonstantin Posyet ofthe Imperial Russian Fleet.
This acknowledgment is documented in various archival records, libraries, andreferenced in catalogs and books throughout Russia.
Konstantine Posyet(Russian:Константин Николаевич Посьет, KonstantinNikolayevich Posyet21 December 1819 - 26 April 1899).
Konstantin Posyetexplored and mapped the northern coastline of the Seaof Japan, including Possiet Bay, which now bears his name. Back in the capitalby 1858, K.Posyeetwas asked to supervise the education ofGrandDuke Alexei Alexandrovichof Russia, who was destined for a navalcareer. In the 1860s, he accompanied Grand Duke on the naval excursions to theMediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean.Description:
Bringing to your attention an exclusive museum exhibit: the Imperial Russia Award \"SAVING THOSE PERISHING at SEA\"
This antique, unique, and rare item stands as a historical testament to the heroic deeds of navy sailors and rescuers during the era of the Russian Empire. As a royal jewelry piece, it embodies imperial art, crafted from Gold 56\' and champlevé enamel, adorned with exquisite details. This distinguished award was exclusively bestowed upon Command Staff, adding to its regal significance.
My presentation effectively highlights an exclusive museum artifact - the \"SAVING THOSE PERISHING at SEA\" gold enamel badge. This rare and unique antique serves as a historical testament to the heroic actions of sailors and rescuers. Crafted from 56\" gold, a precious metal, and adorned with intricate jewelry details, this piece of Rossi jewelry not only holds significant collector\'s value but also serves as a symbol of courage and bravery. Its exclusivity, being awarded solely to the highest command personnel, adds to its historical significance.
I am confident that this lot will captivate the interest of historians, collectors, and art enthusiasts alike. Its combination of historical importance and artistic craftsmanship makes it a noteworthy addition to any collection or museum exhibit. If you have any additional information or details about the artifact, it could further enhance its appeal to potential enthusiasts and institutions..
Approved and Awarding starting in 1872. Gold,gilding, screw, St. Andrew\'s Ribbon.
The sign features a red cross and crossed anchors.The badge was issued exclusively for outstanding feats inrescuing those dying at sea.
After 1894, when the Water Rescue Society becameImperial, the Imperial crown began to be placed on signs.
В ЗОЛОТОМ ИСПОЛНЕНИЕ ВРУЧАЛСЯ ТОЛЬКООДИН РАЗ ЗА ВСЮ ИСТОРИЮ ФЛОТА РОССИЙСКОЙ ИМПЕРИИ 1872-1917 гг.
ЕДИНСТВЕННЫЙ ЛАУРЕАТ ЗОЛОТОЙ НАГРАДЫАДМИРАЛ КОНСТАНТИН ПОСЕТ.
Яуверен, что этот лот будет привлекать внимание историков, коллекционеров иценителей искусства.
«За спасение погибающих на море» - знак «Общества спасения на водах». Утвержденв 1872 г.
Золото 56 пробы, позолота, винт, Лента Андреевская.
На знаке изображен красный крест и перекрещенные якоря на голешированной эмали.
Знак выдавался исключительно за выдающиесяподвиги при спасении погибающих на море.
После 1894 г., когда «Обществоспасения на водах» стало Императорским на знаках стали помещать class=\"MsoNormal\" align=\"center\" MONEY:Withcombined shipping on multiple item purchases. US buyers can request a combinedinvoice through once you’ve finished shopping.
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