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What are yall's thoughts on the Imperial Russian Order of St Anne. Is this made of Gold?
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John

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3rd class. I think by Eduard 1908-17. It is gold (56 zolotnik or 14 carat). Nice with case.

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  Hello Paul! I see 2 class commander order of St Anna. Case is not Russian. I think is Germany, Prussian  Red Eagle commander order. What the size of order?

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Depends on the diameter of the cross, 33-35mm for 3rd 38-41 cm for 2nd class, have seen several civil war awards in plain red cases .

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Second class 1840 -1917 Year -  42.5 - 44 mm (Keibel and Eduard).

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