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    St. George Awards
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    $19,000.00 Badge of Distinction of the Military Order with Cypher of Alexander I, #3585 (also known as St. George Cross for the Prussian Allies), 1839. Extremely rare Russian award to Prussian veterans of Napoleonic Wars. This parctcular piece was awarded to a Feldwebel (Sergeant) of the First Silesian Infantry Regiment. In superb condition and includes old, probably original German suspension with St. George ribbon.

    $11,250.00 Badge of Distinction of the Military Order of St. George, Type 1 without class designation, #39923. Circa 1813-1815. Extraordinary soldier's decoration of Napoleonic Wars era.

    $475.00 St. George Cross for Bravery, 4th cl. #741216. Awarded in 1917 to infantry private for leading a breakout from an encirclement in which he killed 3 German soldiers with a bayonet. An extremely uncommon award citation for a bayonet charge! In very fine condition.

    $175.00 St. George Cross for Bravery, by a private maker, most likely Kuchkin Factory, circa1917-1921. A fascinating piece from the era of the Russian Civil War, in very fine condition.

    $495.00 St. George Cross for Bravery, "Émigré" type in silvered brass, circa 1920s. Featuring raised inscription "Class" on the reverse but lacking the serial number or actual class designation, this very rare privately made version is classified as Type A1.6 by Rudichenko. In excellent condition and includes original suspension and ribbon.

    $350.00 French-Made Miniature St George Cross for Bravery, without the class designation, in hallmarked silver, circa 1919 through early 1920s, representing a Civil War era award.

    $280.00 St. George Medal for Bravery, 3rd cl., Provisional Government issue in white metal, #271917, mid to late 1917. In very fine condition.

    $190.00 St. George Medal for Bravery, 4th cl., #549626, in silver, 28 mm version. The medal was awarded in 1915 to an infantryman of the 9th Army, Southwestern Front. In very fine condition. The name of the recipient was found by the serial number of the award in the recently published book.

    $150.00 St. George Medal for Bravery, 4th cl., #722642. Nice example in very fine to excellent condition. Based on available archival records, the medal was probably awarded in May 1915 to a serviceman of either 23rd or 22nd Siberian Rifle Regiment.

    $125.00 St. George Medal for Bravery, 4th cl., #789207, in silver, 28 mm version, circa early to mid-1916 issue. In very fine condition. Based on published archival records, the medal was probably awarded to a serviceman of the 411th Sumskoy Infantry Regiment.

    $650.00 For Service and Bravery, in Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Order of St George, table medal, 1869.

    $30.00 "Badge of Distinction of the Military Order with the Cipher of Alexander III for the Veterans of Prussian Army" , Dmitriy Peters. C. 2005. Russian language. All-encompassing research of this rare decoration includes complete listing of all 4263 awards issued, with serial number, name and rank of the recipient.

    $60.00 "Official List of Recipients of a Badge of Distinction of the Military Order of St George, 4th Cl. (with the serial numbers 81000-91100)", Kydryashov and Besfamilnaya, C.2016. Large hard cover, 584 pp, Russian text. Covers Badges of Distinction of St. George, 4th cl. (St. George Crosses) awarded in the last quarter of XIX C. and the first years of XX C. That encompasses awards for the Russo- Turkish War of 1877-78, capture of Geok-Tepe in 1881, China Campaign of 1900-1901 (Boxer Rebellion), and more. The book allows to find the name, rank and unit of the recipient, date of the award, and in most cases, the reason for the award, by the serial number of the cross. This catalog is absolutely invaluable for the serious collector or historian.

    $45.00 "List of Recipients of a St George Medal for Bravery", E. Kydryashov, V. Besfamilnaya, C. 2015, Moscow. Laminated hard cover, 680 pp, Russian text. The book contains serial numbers of some 20,000 St. George Bravery Medals 1st through 4th cl. awarded during WWI. This invaluable reference guide connects the serial number of the medal to the name, rank and unit of the recipient. In most cases, there is a brief description of the feat or achievement that warranted the award. With only 300 copies in print, this book is certain to become a bibliographic rarity.

    $40.00 "Official List of Recipients of a Badge of Distinction of the Military Order of St George, 4th Cl." (with serial numbers 21985-23500, 28502-31000), by E. Kydryashov and V. Besfamilnaya, C. 2015, Russian text. This book covers Badges of Distinction of St. George, 4th cl. (popularly known as ZOVO or St. George Cross) awarded in the third quarter of XIX C. following the Crimean War. This period encompasses fighting in the West Caucasus, the Central Asian campaigns, the capture of Khiva, and more. The book allows to find the name, rank and unit of the recipient, as well as the date of the award, by the serial number of the cross. In most cases, a brief description of the feat is also included. Only 300 copies in print.


       
     
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