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Imp. Russian badge to be identified


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Hello All.

Just bought some interesting miniatures, will be shown later when received.

The Seller have this badge as well and would be happy to get it identified, I cannot help, but I'm sure someone here will know, Nick?

Further, could anyone add a few words on assumed originality?

Regards, Lars

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Couldn`t care less about dealers problems ...

For you Lars ;)

What we have here is

Badge of the 17th Nizhnii-Novgorod Dragoon Regiment of His Majesty
Gold Cavcasian cross covered in black matt enamel. In the centre of the cross is a circular gold medallion covered in raspberry enamel with the gold abbreviation НЕВП/NHMR (Nizhnii-Novgorod Regiment of His Majesty). Emperors Peter I and Nicholas II monograms beneath gold Imperial crowns.
Established in 1908.
By these photos badge looks promising.
Best,
Nick
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