Imperial russian cross "For the capture of Bazardzhik" Alexander I. copy
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IMPERIAL RUSSIAN CROSS WITH A PAPER DESCRIPTION OF THE AWARD "FOR THE CAPTURE OF BAZARDZHIK" ALEXANDER I The cross "For the capture of Bazardzhik" was established by Alexander I on June 13, 1810 in connection with the victory of the Russian army in the capture of the Turkish fortress Bazardzhik (now the Bulgarian city of Dobrich). This cross is considered the last in a series of similar crosses, established in honor of a specific event. According to the decree of Alexander I, all the officers and officers of the Corps of Lieutenant-General Kamensky I, who participated in the capture of Bazardzhik during the Russo-Turkish war and who did not receive orders for this event, were to be awarded. Handing the cross gave three additional years to the length of service to receive a pension or to award the Order of St. George 4 degree of seniority. For soldiers and non-commissioned officers a medal "For the capture of Bazardzhik" was established. Characteristics of the award: Height Width: 95mm x 36mm ± 2 mm Thickness: 2 mm ± 1 mm Weight 27 ± 2 gr. Metal Neusilber Block: Imperial wide 50 mm Ribbon: St. George's, 28 mm Package Contents: - an exact souvenir copy of the award; - insert with a description of the award; QUALITY COPY
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