order of saint stanislaus

  1. Order of Saint Stanislaus breast star "with Diamonds"

    Eccentric breast star "with diamonds". Most likely this is a modern "project" that was "build" by an enterprising fellow around original Russian-made central medallion. However, the possibility that this is a privately-comissioned piece made by unknown European workshop for an unknown cavalier...
  2. 2nd class Order of Saint Stanislaus document issued in 1897 to Colonel and Aide-de-camp to Kaiser Wilhelm II Friedrich von Scholl

    Size 35.3 х 21.8 cm. Awarded on February 2, 1897 /document issued on March 4, 1897/. Friedrich von Scholl /25 October 1846 – 2 October 1928/, born Friedrich Ludwig Karl Ernst Wilhelm Georg[ Scholl, was a Colonel General (German: Generaloberst) in the Prussian and Imperial German armies, and...
  3. Orders of Saint Stanislaus made by PL workshop

    Orders of St. Anne made by PL workshop https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-st-anne-manufactured-by-pl-workshop.25624/ Orders of St. Vladimir made by PL workshop https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-st-vladimir-manufactured-by-pl-workshop.27606/ Badges of Excellence for Faultless...
  4. Order of Saint Stanislaus Grand Cross from the collection of Museum of the Legion of Honor

    Gold, silver, diamonds, enamel. Size 55x 49 mm. Weight 40 g. Suspension ring could be a later addition. Breast star size 104 mm. Breast star weight 20 g.
  5. Commander's breast stars of the Order of Saint Stanislaus from 1829-1831 time period

    Unique breast star from the collection of Moscow Kremlin Museums. Gold and silver embroidery, gold, enamel. Size 82 mm. Under a different light.
  6. 1st class Order of Saint Stanislaus awarded in 1829 to General Franciszek Morawski

    Franciszek Morawski received this cross on June 25, 1829, on the occasion of the coronation of Tsar Nicholas I as King of Poland. Between 1815 and 1830 only 170 crosses of 1st class were awarded. Gold, silver, enamel. Size 51.8 mm. Weight 24 g. Collection of National Museum in Szczecin...
  7. Reduced Order of Saint Stanislaus type 1815

    Gold, silver, enamel. Size 22.8 mm. Weight 5.4 g Marked with French import gold hallmark "Owl 75" /this hallmark was struck in jewelry in finished condition that were brought to be examined by the French assay office, it has been used since 1893/ + French import gold hallmark "Swan".
  8. 1st/2nd/3rd class Orders of Saint Stanislaus made by Immanuel Pannasch /IP/ workshop

    Between 1829 and 1839 Saint Stanislaus order crosses of 1st, 2nd and 3rd class had the same size. Excerpt from the Manifesto of Emperor Nicholas I regarding Order of St. Stanislaus issued on September 2, 1829 . ... 2. The Royal Order of St. Stanislav remains, as before, divided into four...
  9. Privately Commissioned Orders of Saint Stanislaus made by an Unidentified Russian workshops

    Privately commissioned orders of Saint Stanislaus with swords https://asiamedals.info/threads/privately-commissioned-orders-of-saint-stanislaus-with-swords-made-by-unidentified-russian-workshops.27690/ 1st class cross from 1899-1904 time period. Gold, silver, enamel. Size 59.8×57.4 mm. Weight...
  10. Orders of Saint Stanislaus with Swords of Lieutenant General Nikolai Nikolayevich Karepov

    1st class set in gild made by Eduard awarded on February 26, 1915. Sash length 211.5 cm. Cross. Gold, enamel. Size 68 x 62.5 mm. Weight 35 g. Marks "ВД" and "Эдуардъ". Breast star. Silver, gilt, enamel. Size 94 mm. Weight 76 g.
  11. Database of Fake Orders of Saint Stanislaus

    Fake Orders of Saint Stanislaus with Imperial Crown. https://asiamedals.info/threads/fake-orders-of-saint-stanislaus-with-imperial-crown.26725/ Silver, gilding, enamel. Size 92 х 92 mm. Weight 88.3 g. Reverse with fake marks.
  12. Orders of Saint Stanislaus made by Karl Shubert /KS/ workshop

    2nd class cross with flat "black" enamel. Gold, enamel. Size 54.2 x 52.5 mm. Weight 21 g. Marked with the maker's mark "KS" for Karl Shubert "Мастерская Карла Рейнгольда Шуберта/Workshop of Karl Reyngold Shubert", gold hallmark "56" and partly readable St. Petersburg assay office year mark...
  13. 3rd class privately commissioned Saint Stanislaus order with "black" flat enamel of Czech gunsmith and inventor Sylvestr Krnka

    Collection of Military History Institute, Prague. Document. To gunsmith, Austrian subject, Krynk. In retribution for your excellent services and your useful participation in the rearmament of the army, We most mercifully granted you by Decree on the 20th day of August 1871 to the Chapter...
  14. Orders of Saint Stanislaus made by Grigory Petrovsky workshop /Г.П/

    Petrovsky Grigory Grigorievich. Silversmith, in 1867, mentioned at the address: Shlisselburgsky pr., 4; in 1874 Fontanka, 40; in 1894 and 1895 he had a workshop of gold and silver items, Nevsky pr., 68. St. Petersburg. Initials on the mark: GP, GGP. Петровский Григорий Григорьевич. Серебряных...
  15. Privately Commissioned Orders of Saint Stanislaus with Imperial Crown

    Orders of Saint Stanislaus with Imperial Crown made by Ivan Vasilievich Osipov https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-saint-stanislaus-with-imperial-crown-made-by-ivan-vasilievich-osipov-i-o-workshop.26295/ Order of Saint Stanislaus with European-made Imperial Crown...
  16. Orders of Saint Stanislaus made by Vincenz Mayer’s Söhne, Wien

    Founded in 1810 this firm made all the Imperial Austrian Orders, along with some smaller pieces such as the Marianna Cross and Red Cross decorations. They also made insignias for various countries, such as Russia, Greece, Romania and Serbia. The stars often had a large circular plaque on the...
  17. 2nd class Order of Saint Stanislaus of Peter "Don Pedro" Christophersen

    Peter "Don Pedro" Christophersen (May 28, 1845 – August 19, 1930) was a Norwegian businessman, landowner, and diplomat in Argentina. From 1865 to 1871 he was a shipbroker in Cádiz. Christophersen went to Argentina in 1871, where he established himself as a shipbroker and landowner. Her served as...
  18. Orders of Saint Stanislaus with Imperial Crown made by Wilhelm Keibel workshop /WK/

    From 1831 until 1839 the Order of St. Stanislav of the 2nd class was awarded to both Russian and foreign subjects with a breast star. In 1839 two divisions were created for the 2nd class of the Order of St. Stanislaus: a cross adorned with the Imperial crown and a cross without a crown; the...
  19. 2nd class Order of Saint Stanislaus with European-made Imperial Crown

    Unusual and rare combination: officially issued WK-made cross with privately commissioned Imperial Crown made by unknown European (most likely French) workshop. Gold, enamel. Size 67 x 45 mm. Weight 26.5 g. Marked with St. Petersburg assay office gold hallmark "56", "double-headed eagle" and...
  20. 1st class Order of St. Stanislaus Documents of French Brigadier General François Pittié

    Awarded on August 8, 1881. François Gabriel Pittié was born in Nevers on January 4 , 1829 Appointed Second Lieutenant in the 21st RI in 1849, then Lieutenant in 1854. He served in the Crimea from 15/6/54 to 25/11/55 and was injured by a contusion in the right leg by a bomb on 19/4/55 in...
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