Gold Coronation medal without a year depicting Tsar Paul I of Russia. Signed Carl Meisner Fecit, 18th century.

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Gold Coronation medal without a year depicting Tsar Paul I of Russia. Signed Carl Meisner Fecit, 18th century.

Gold Coronation medal without a year depicting Tsar Paul I of Russia. Signed Carl Meisner Fecit, 18th century. Medal In Memory of the Coronation of Emperor Paul I made of 18-carat yellow gold, with the right profile of the Russian Tsar Paul I (1796-1801) with the cross of the Order of St. Anna and the ribbon of the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called, minted in honor of his coronation in 1797 Karl Meisner. The reverse is decorated with a cross. Signature C(arl) M(eisner) F(ecit), 18th century. Good condition, there are scratches.Diameter: 3.8 cm.Weight: 21.5 g.
Condition: As is
Material: Gold 18К
Product sizes: Height - 3.8cm
width - 3.8cm
Location: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 52, Riga, Latvia
Warranty: Seller Warranty
Country: Royal Russia
Period: 18th century
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