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6 minutes ago, Eric Gaumann said:

You've seen this site: http://medalirus.ru/pamyatnie-medali/pamyat-300-dom-romanovyh-s.php ?  SO many variations/makers of Imperial medals makes me doubt much of my collection...

Thanks,but all silver medals have a mark of silver in the earing.I was at the goldsmiths to check the silver on the stone.It is the silver,but no mark in the earing.

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low-quality casting, fake.
however, if you want to, then convince yourself that this is such a private performance.
The main thing is that you like it.
The medal is so widespread that finding a problem-free one is not a problem.

http://medalirus.ru/pamyatnie-medali/pamyat-300-dom-romanovyh-s.php

http://medalirus.ru/pamyatnie-medali/pamyat-300-dom-romanovyh.php

and, it should be noted, for your comfort, that the state medal is bronze, absolutely all silver is the parrot attempts of the awarded or dealers from faleristics.
Choose the option that suits you )))

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On 15/08/2021 at 02:33, chechaco1 said:

low-quality casting, fake.
however, if you want to, then convince yourself that this is such a private performance.
The main thing is that you like it.
The medal is so widespread that finding a problem-free one is not a problem.

http://medalirus.ru/pamyatnie-medali/pamyat-300-dom-romanovyh-s.php

http://medalirus.ru/pamyatnie-medali/pamyat-300-dom-romanovyh.php

and, it should be noted, for your comfort, that the state medal is bronze, absolutely all silver is the parrot attempts of the awarded or dealers from faleristics.
Choose the option that suits you )))

Absolutly Clear !

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