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Imperial Russian Militaria
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Massive Battlefield Trophy of Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, from battle of Avliyar. Silver hallmarks throughout.
$9,950.00

Shoulder Boards of a Captain, 2nd cl., Russian Imperial Navy, circa 1910s. Four-sided type for wearing on a long coat (syurtuk). A rare matching pair in very good to excellent condition.
$450.00

Shoulder Boards of a Captain, 2nd cl., Russian Imperial Navy, circa 1910s. Six-sided type for wearing on a service jacket or tunic. A rare matching pair in very good condition.
$475.00

M 1907 NCO or officer cadet (Yunker) hat badge.
$45.00

M 1907 army enlisted man hat badge, 40 mm. Variation with vertically oriented prongs. In excellent condition.
$90.00

M 1907 army enlisted man hat badge, 29 mm version. Features smaller overall size and less domed form than other variations. Well-made piece in excellent condition.
$55.00

Hat badge of State Militia Units, Reign of Alexander III, Type 2, 1890- 1895. In very fine to excellent condition. Includes three original attachment loops.
$170.00

Hat badge of State Militia Units for Non-Christians, Reign of Nicholas II, 1895- 1917. A very attractive and relatively uncommon piece with perfectly preserved details and three out of four original prongs still intact.
$170.00

Lot of Two Brass Buttons for Army Officer's Shoulder Boards or Epaulettes, matching pair in good condition, circa early 1900s - 1917 (WW1 era).
$70.00

Large size gold button for army officer greatcoat or a cape, 1860s through 1917.
$35.00

Cuff button for a tunic of an attorney, prosecutor or Justice Department officer Excellent condition & quality.
$16.00

Buckle for Russian Imperial enlisted Combat Engineers, in white Melchior alloy, showing Romanov eagle and crossed axes. Circa early 1900s-1917. A scarce piece in very good condition.
$450.00

Belt Buckle for Imperial Russian Navy Enlisted Sailors and NCOs, circa late 1900s - 1917. A very uncommon maker-marked example in copper ("dark bronze"). Excellent condition.
$425.00







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