Imperial russian medal "Caucasus 1871" ALEXANDER II. copy
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IMPERIAL RUSSIAN MEDAL WITH A PAPER DESCRIPTION OF THE AWARD "CAUCASUS 1871" ALEXANDER II The "Caucasus of 1871" medal is a state decoration, which was established in the Russian Empire for the inhabitants of the Caucasus. Emperor Alexander the second given this award encouraged those people who accompanied him during a trip to the Caucasus, which the autocrat committed in 1871. A trip through the regions that were defeated not so long ago by the mountaineers was quite dangerous, since during the Caucasian War rebellions were constantly flaring up here. Alexander the second decided to establish a medal on September 29, 1871. In the future, the decree was signed and voiced by the Chairman of the Caucasian Committee personally to the Minister of Finance of the Empire M.H. Reitern. The medal was intended for residents of the Caucasus, as well as other persons who accompanied the emperor during his trip around the region. Among the awardees were both residents of the Caucasus, both local deputies and members of the guard of honor of the emperor. The award should have been worn on the tape and shoe thanks to a special ear. A sign of distinction was put on his chest, and Vladimirskaya was used as a reward tape. Characteristics of the award: Height: 90 mm ± 2 mm Diameter of token: 28 mm ± 1 mm Thickness: 2 mm ± 1 mm Weight 26 ± 4 gr. Metal Brass with silvering Block: Imperial wide 50 mm Ribbon: St. Vladimir's,moire 28 mm Package Contents: - an exact souvenir copy of the award; - insert with a description of the award; QUALITY COPY
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