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  1. Dear, I found an order of Croix of Saint Louis, but I have a some questions about it. Is there any specialist in the room? My doubts are: - for the inscription (BELL. VIRTUTIS PRAEM) is prior to the restoration, but I can not see from what period. Louis XV? Louis XVI? - I don't think it's a fake, but I miss the space within the word VIRT UTIS, as well as the length of the sword. - On the obverse, the king seems to be very small. I have seen several medals of Croix of Saint Louis and they are all different, but I would like to know your opinions with this little. Thanks!
  2. Sorry, the numbers are 84. Thank you very much, very interesting.
  3. Dear Eric, thanks for your reply. And yes, I prefer to move this thread to the correct section, but I don't know what I can't see the Imperial Russian section. Maybe a moderator can move this and put an I in the title of the thread I know this type of suspension because I have other soviet medals, but with an imperial one I am a little confused. I don't know what is the mark in the top. With the magnifying glass it seems to be and 64 very delicate.
  4. Dear all, First of all excuse me to put the topic here. I've searched the Imperial Russia section and I haven't found it. I'm a collector of medals and yesterday I found this in a market. I don't know about Russian medals. I know more about French and German medals. When I got home and studied it, it has generated many doubts about its originality. It's silver but has errors in its creation. The measurements are correct. When I bought it I thought that the ribbon was not mounted correctly, but now I think it's a fake. I've seen that in this forum there were some people very knowledgeable in this type of medals, so I would appreciate some help. Thanks!
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