Russian Imperial badge of the 121st Penza Infantry Regiment of General-Field Marshal Count Milyutin, 1913
Cross in the Kulm form on a gold circular St. George ribbon. On the cross is a double-headed eagle beneath three gold Imperial crowns. On the breast of the eagle is a small gold elongated shield with Moscow coat of arms. On the eagle’s wings are the gold cyphers of the Emperors Alexander I and Nicholas II beneath gold Imperial crowns. On the vertical rays of the cross are the dates «1813» and «1913».
Reference: V.Kempf. Imperial military badges of Russia, item 18.104.22.168, R4, price in XF condition is $4000. Please look at here. Original pictures.
History of sale: Last 10 years the same badge was sold ony International auctions only once. On the Moscow’s auction Kabinet, 2008 (auc. 6, lot 229) the same badge in VF condition was estimated for $3600.
Estimate price for that nice item is $3500 – $3600. Please don’t hesitate to make me an offer. I can always give you a good discount. Also if you have any questions please ask me.
Guarantee: The item is old and original. But I am not a licensed dealer and I can not give you a Certificate of Authenticity. For this purpose I give to all of my clients 3 days for inspecting the item – the item can be returned for any reason for a full refund (minus shipping costs, paypal or bank transfer fee…).
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