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DescriptionAlexander II, Czar of Russia, Document Signed "Alexander". Two partially printed pages of a bifolium, 8.5" x 14", St. Petersburg; December 29, 1876. A merit award, written in Cyrillic, honoring "Our Secret Advisor, Professor Emeritus of the St. Petersburg Hospital University XXX" for his "zealous service and excellent labor". The award grants to Professor Emeritus a place in the "Imperial Order of our Said Ravnot-Stolny of Count Vladimir of the Second Degree with Decoration". With the paper embossed seal intact. Boldly signed with a flourish.
Condition: Flattened folds, with a few small areas of soiling from ink smudges. The top edge has a small tear. Some separations at the folds and bifolium spine.
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