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Medallist Engraver Geld Berlin Mint.

Jewelry, 1835

Description of the artwork «Medallist Engraver Geld Berlin Mint.»

The medal of 1835 commemorates the review of the united troops of Russia and Prussia, which took place in September 1835 near the town of Kalish.
Medallist Engraver Geld Berlin Mint.
*On one side of the image of King Frederick III and Emperor Nicholas I signed in Latin:
"NICOLAUS I TOT. RUSS. IMPERAT. FRID. GUIL. III BORUS.REX." (Nicholas I, Emperor of All the Russias, Friedrich Wilhelm III, King of Prussia).
*On the other inscription in Latin "CASTRA CALISIENSIA RUSSO - BORUSSICA" (Russian-Prussian camp at Caliche), "MENSE SEPTEMBRIS / MDCCCXXXV" (September 1835).
Gold medals were made only 2 copies, for the rulers. The rest were silver. About this you can find a lot of information in the relevant sources.
The second gold medal of King Nicholas II is in the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow).
This specimen is genuine, belonged to: Friedrich Wilhelm III, King of Prussia (numismatic value may be 1-2 mil €. On a side note ...).
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Art form: Jewelry

Date of creation: 1835

Location: Miqael Gegham