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What's the name of the medal? Turn the information and prices?

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St. Stanislaus Order.

If it is genuine, its value would be over $1,200.

Can you show the reverse? And some close ups. Are there any hallmarks?

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Also need size to confirm whether it is 3rd or 2nd class. for a Third Class civil by either Eduard or Albert Keibel $1,200 would now be a strong price, the market for Imperial Orders with the exception of extreme rarities has taken a bit of a nose dive over the last year, which is a good thing for non-Russian collectors.

Paul

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St. Stanislaus Order.

If it is genuine, its value would be over $1,200.

Can you show the reverse? And some close ups. Are there any hallmarks?

thank you Claudius, It is genuine, center of local leaves enamel is damaged, the other condition is good.

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Also need size to confirm whether it is 3rd or 2nd class. for a Third Class civil by either Eduard or Albert Keibel $1,200 would now be a strong price, the market for Imperial Orders with the exception of extreme rarities has taken a bit of a nose dive over the last year, which is a good thing for non-Russian collectors.

Paul

Thank you, dear Paul,
About of the Russian Empire order. I seem to be lack of knowledge,
At first I thought he might be order military 2or3, maybe 2or 3
Perhaps the civil, look ,

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Its a bronze gilt 1916-17 issue, by Dmitri Osipov, collectable and actually scarcer without swords, value $500-750 dependant on class, if you can give me the width I can telly you straight away what class it is.

Paul

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Civil division.

1917

Bronze

3rd class = approximately 38-40 mm

2nd class = approximately 48-50 mm

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Civil division.

1917

Bronze

3rd class = approximately 38-40 mm

2nd class = approximately 48-50 mm

Thank you, your data is of great help to me, I wish you have a happy weekend,

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Its a bronze gilt 1916-17 issue, by Dmitri Osipov, collectable and actually scarcer without swords, value $500-750 dependant on class, if you can give me the width I can telly you straight away what class it is.

Paul

thank you paul ,

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