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MARIA FEODOROVNA
Empress of Russia
IMPORTED FROM DENMARK

Large hard cover. English/Danish text. Richly illustrated!

The ultimate volume on the Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia. This large, heavy and comprehensive volume was published in a limited edition in 1997, based on an exhibition held at the Christianborg Palace in Copenhagen.

The volume explores the life of the Danish princess who, after marrying the future Emperor Alexander III in 1866, ultimately became Empress of Russia, and mother to Russia's last emperor and tsar Nicholas II.

The first section of this volume features a series of articles on the life of Empress Maria, written by Russian and Danish experts. Some of the essays include:

'The Empress Maria Feodorovna's Russia' by Dominic Lieven

'Our Beloved Empress' by Yulia V. Kudrina

'Nixa, Minny and Sacha' by Aliya I. Barkovetz

'The Documentary Legacy of the Empress Maria Feodorovna' by Aliya I. Barkovetz

'Two Ships: the Imperial Yachts Polar Star and the Standart' by Alexander Golubev & Andrey Larianov

'The Empress Maria Feodorovna in Memoirs of Russian Political Figures' by Andrey D. Yanovsky

'Dostoevsky and the Imperial Family' by Pastor Gennady Belovolov

'An Egg for Easter' by Mogens Bencard

'Life at the Court of Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna" by Tatiana N. Muntian

'The Kremlin Collection of the Empress's Personal Belongings' by Tatiana N. Muntian

'How the Dowager Empress's Jewels Survived a Revolution' by William Clarke

'Treasures from the Archives' by Alexander R. Sokolov

plus, additional articles, genealogy charts, a complete list of jewels of the Dowager Empress Maria left to her two daughters the Grand Duchesses Xenia and Olga, after her death in 1928, and a complete inventory of crown jewels, found in the apartments of Empress Maria Feodorovna.

The second section of this volume features the catalogue of Maria Feodorovna, Empress of Russia. An Exhibition about the Danish Princess who became Empress of Russia, held at the Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1997, featuring more than 300 items.

The book features 527 pages and more than 250 colour and black and white photographs! The book measures 8.5" x 12" x 1.3" in size, and weighs more than 4 lbs.!

ITEM #0086
PUBLISHED: 1997
Large Format Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Inscription written on inside title page,
otherwise in EXCELLENT condition!
527 Pages, illustrated
Language: English and Danish
PRICE: $950.00 USD
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SERVANTS OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL COURT
Late 19th to Early 20th Century Livery in the Hermitage Collection
IMPORTED FROM RUSSIA

Large hard cover. Russian text. Richly illustrated!

This handsome and richly illustrated exhibition catalogue features the livery of the servants to the Russian Imperial Court from the last 19th to early 20th century, held in the collections of the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg. The exhibition ran from May to September 2014.

The catalogue sets the stage for monographic research by N.I. Tarasova focusing on the servants of the Imperial Court in the late-19th – early-20th Centuries. The publication also includes the biographies of selected palace servants, three appendices, and an abbreviated glossary of textile and costume terminology. Only 2000 copies of this catalogue were ever printed, and sold out before the exhibition closed. The catalogue is now out of print.

The text of the catalogue is in Russian, but includes a 2-page summary of the exhibition in English. The highlight of this book are the illustrations: nearly 600 mostly colour and black and white photographs!

ITEM #0085
PUBLISHED: 1996
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
416 Pages, illustrated
Language: Russian
PRICE: $500.00 USD
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THE LAST TSAR
by Larissa Yermilova

Large hard cover. English text. Richly illustrated!

This is a major pictorial work about the Romanov dynasty, rulers of Russia for over 300 years. It is divided into three sections: Emperor Alexander II, Emperor Alexander III, with special emphasis on the life of Emperor Nicholas II.

Moreover, it is an unsurpassed photographic record of the lives of the last reigning members of the Russian Royal family. The great majority of the photographs used in this book have never been published before, and have rarely been seen even by researchers from the West, having remained hidden in the archives for 70 years, since the Russian revolution. The many contemporary photographs depict Russian royalty in ceremonial dress and at leisure in informal surroundings.

The highlight of this book is the illustrations: nearly 300 colour and black and white photographs!

ITEM #0084
PUBLISHED: 1996
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
255 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $160.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


TO THE PIERS OF THE ENGLISH EMBANKMENT
Volume I
by Tatiana Solovjeva

Imported from Russia. English & Russian text. Richly illustrated!

Russian historian Tatiana Solovjeva explores the history of the palaces and noble mansions along the English Embankment in St. Petersburg.

In this volume, she discusses the construction and history of nearly 40 palaces, mansions, and other buildings of the tsarist period. Among them are the Stieglitz Mansion (later the palace of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich); the palace of Princess Yurievskya (the morganatic wife of Emperor Alexander II); the Derviz Mansion (later the palace of Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich); and dozens of palaces and mansions of the Russian nobility.

The highlight of this book is the illustrations: 230 colour & black and white photographs of the facades and interiors, as they look today!

ITEM #0078
PUBLISHED: 1998
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: Used with minor wear on corners. Contents are in very good condition!
287 Pages
Language: English & Russian
PRICE: $95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


TO THE PIERS OF THE ADMIRALTY EMBANKMENT
Volume II
by Tatiana Solovjeva

Imported from Russia. English & Russian text. Richly illustrated!

Russian historian Tatiana Solovjeva explores the history of the palaces, noble mansions and landmarks along the English Embankment in St. Petersburg.

In this second volume, she discusses the construction and history of the equestrian statue of Peter the Great in Senate Square, the Admiralty, the Alexander Garden, and the houses along the Admiralty Embankment, including the palace of Grand Duke Mikhail Mikhailovich, and more.

The highlight of this book is the illustrations: 148 colour & black and white photographs of the facades and interiors, as they look today!

ITEM #0077
PUBLISHED: 1999
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
174 Pages
Language: English & Russian
PRICE: $95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE LAST EMPRESS
The Life and Times of Alexandra Feodorovna, Tsarina of Russia
by Greg King

English text. Illustrated.

Based largely on previously unpublished personal documents, this biography reveals the story of Tsar Nicholas's wife, a major force in the destruction of the Russian Empire, and her involvement with the infamous Rasputin.

ITEM #0070
PUBLISHED: 1994
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
431 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE LAST DIARY OF TSARITSA ALEXANDRA
Introduction by Robert K. Massie

English text. Illustrated.

The last Tsaritsa of Russia, Alexandra Feodorovna, was murdered with her family on the night of 16-17 July 1918 by agents acting on behalf of the revolutionary Bolshevik government. The story of the demise of the Romanov dynasty has been recounted many times. This book - the recently declassified 1918 diary of Alexandra - aims to provide something no other account could do: a glimpse of the Tsaritsa's thoughts and activities from 1 January 1918 until the night of her death. As the granddaughter of Queen Victoria, Alexandra wrote in English, though her native language was German and she became fluent in Russian after her marriage to Nicholas. The 1918 diary takes us into her private world, revealing the care she lavished on her children during this period of revolutionary turmoil, how she felt towards her husband, Tsar Nicholas, and what she imagined about the profound struggle - between past and present, old and new worlds, the sacred and the profane - then occurring over the destiny of Russia. The diary reveals that even in her most intimate reflections, she remained the representative of a great system of belief that had prevailed for hundreds of years in Russia and that she and Nicholas hoped to perpetuate. We see in detail the daily confrontation between this system of belief and the reality of the modern world that had, in every sense, broken free of her and Nicholas's control. The Tsaritsa's diary is accompanied by an introduction by Robert Massie. A biographical portrait of Alexandra, the introduction places her in the historical context of the revolution, her marriage to Nicholas, and the events that encompassed her, her family, and her nation.

This is an excellent copy with original dust jacket!

ITEM #0072
PUBLISHED: 1997
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
222 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


COUNTESS IN LIMBO
Diaries in War & Revolution
by Olga Hendrikoff

English text. Illustrated.

Countess Olga "Lala" Hendrikoff was born into the Russian aristocracy, serving as lady-in-waiting to the Empresses and enjoying a life of great privilege. But on the eve of her wedding in 1914 came the first rumours of an impending war - a war that would change her life forever and force her to flee her country as a stateless person, with no country to call home. Spanning two of the most turbulent times in modern history - World War I in Russia and World War II in Paris - Countess Hendrikoff's journals demonstrate the uncertainty, horror and hope of daily life in the midst of turmoil. Her razor-sharp insight, wit and sense of humour create a fascinating eyewitness account of the Russian Revolution and the Occupation and Liberation of Paris. In A Countess in Limbo, Countess Hendrikoff tells her remarkable true story that includes the loss of her brother in the Russian Gulag, her sister-in-law murdered with the Russian Imperial family, and herself being robbed at gunpoint and accused of being a spy by the Nazis. She also speaks of the daily life that continues during wartime - ration cards and food restrictions, the black market, and the struggle just to get by for another day. Her gripping story and thoughtful analysis provide an invaluable look at life and humanity in the face of war.

ITEM #0069
PUBLISHED: 2012
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
458 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE HERMITAGE TREASURE GALLERY
The Collections of the Russian Emperors and Empresses
by Yelizaveta Trubkina

English text. Richly illustrated with more than 300 colour photographs!

The story of the Treasure Gallery—the Hermitage’s magnificent and unique collection of examples of the jeweller’s art—is inseparably bound up with the history of the rule of the Romanov dynasty (1613-1917). The personal collections of Peter I, Anna Ioannovna and Elizabeth became the foundation for the jewellery collection of Catherine the Great. In 1764 the Empress gave orders for the organization of the Diamond Chambers within her apartments for the storage of those precious objects. Many items from this collection have been witnesses not only to notable historical events and political upheavals, but also to important moments in the private lives of members of Russia’s ruling house.

The fall of the Romanov dynasty did not mean an end to the history of the Hermitage’s collection of treasures. Throughout the twentieth century it continued to be augmented with incomparable acquisitions. The late twentieth century was marked by various gifts to the Hermitage, while in the past decades with the support of generous patrons the Treasure Gallery has been enriched with works of art and jewellery obtained through the Hermitage’s Expert Purchasing Commission.

This album features a Foreword by Mikhail Piotrovsky, an introduction on the history of the collection, and precious objects from the collections of the following emperors and empresses of Russia: Peter the Great, Peter II, Anna Ioannovna, Elizabeth, Catherine the Great, Paul I, Alexander I, Nicholas I, Alexander II, Alexander III, and Nicholas II.

Imported from Russia. Text is in English. Illustrated with more than 300 colour photographs!

ITEM #0068
PUBLISHED: 2013
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
160 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $40.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIAN IMPERIAL YACHTS
Late 17th - Early 20th Century
Imported from Russia

Russian text. Richly illustrated with 372 Colour and Black & White Photos !

This large pictorial showcases the history of the Russian Imperial yachts. Text covers the design, construction and service to the Imperial Court.

Richly illustrated with 372 colour and vintage black and white photographs and illustrations of refined interiors, porcelain and crystal services, members of the Russian Imperial family, etc. All of the Imperial yachts are represented, in particular are the Polar Star and Standart. This handsome volume is the most comprehensive study to date, with rare copies of this now out of print volume highly sought after by collectors.

ITEM #0028
PUBLISHED: 1997
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW! in MINT Condition!
264 Pages, Illustrated
Language: Russian
PRICE: 500.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


MAGNIFICENCE OF THE TSARS
Imported from Britain

English text. Richly Illustrated with Colour Photos!

The world’s fascination with the grandeur of the Russian Imperial family endures. This book examines the family’s collection of men’s fashion. It is illustrated with extraordinary new photographs taken at the Kremlin and accompanied by 18th- and 19th-century portraits and photographs of the Tsars, their families, and their court. Starting in the 1730s with lavishly embroidered coats and elaborately patterned silks from the wardrobe of Tsar Peter II and spanning a period of almost two centuries, these garments document a unique dialogue between military uniform, court dress, European fashion, and traditional Russian dress.

ITEM #0042
PUBLISHED: 2008
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
112 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: 65.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE ROMANOVS
The Emperors of Russia
Imported from Russia

English text. Richly Illustrated with Colour Photos!

A richly illustrated history of the Russian emperors from Peter I to Nicholas II.

ITEM #0043
PUBLISHED: 2007
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
192 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: 50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


IMPERIAL PETERHOF
19th and Early 20th Centuries
Imported from Russia

English text. Richly Illustrated with Colour Photos!

This beautiful guidebook explores the history and development of Peterhof during the 19th and early 20th centuries by the emperors Alexander I, Nicholas I, Alexander II, Alexander III and Nicholas II. This book provides interesting historical facts about the contribution that each respective monarch made to the development of the palaces, residences and gardens at Peterhof.

ITEM #0040
PUBLISHED: 2004
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
72 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: 30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


IMPERIAL PETERHOF
18th Century
Imported from Russia

English text. Richly Illustrated with Colour Photos!

This beautiful guidebook explores the history and development of Peterhof during the 18th centuries by the emperors Peter I, Peter III, Paul I, and the empresses Catherine I, Anna Ioannovna, Elizabeth Petrovna, and Catherine the Great. This book provides interesting historical facts about the contribution that each respective monarch made to the development of the palaces, residences and gardens at Peterhof.

ITEM #0041
PUBLISHED: 2002
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
64 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: 30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE CATHERINE PALACE
The State Rooms & Living Apartments
by Lidia Bardovskaya and Galina Khodasevich

Imported from Russia

English text. Richly illustrated with 450 colour photos!

A sumptuous coffee table book, richly illustrated with colour photographs of the state rooms and living apartments in the Catherine Palace at Tsarskoye Selo. This volume covers in detail nearly 50 individual rooms of the palace, including the State Rooms, the Apartments of Catherine II, the Grand Ducal Apartments of Paul Petrovich and Maria Feodorovna, the Apartments of Alexander I, the Rooms of Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, and the Apartments of Alexander II.

Text is in English.

ITEM #0023
PUBLISHED: 2010
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
256 Pages, illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 195.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


LIFE ON THE RUSSIAN COUNTRY ESTATE
A Social and Cultural History
by Priscilla Roosevelt

English text. Richly illustrated!

From the reign of Peter the Great, Russia's country estates were oases of barbarian splendor and personal freedom in a vast, sparsely settled, and authoritarian land. This lavishly illustrated book is the first in any language to explore fully the vanished world of the Russian country estate. Priscilla Roosevelt brings to life these magnificent aristocratic dwellings, discussing their origins, their design and decoration, the social, family, and cultural life within their walls, and their physical demise after the 1917 revolution.

In these enclaves, newly acquired European habits competed with age-old Russian tradition. The nobility owned legions of serfs—from brickmakers and gardeners to gilders and portrait painters—whose labor made possible a unique way of life. On some estates, serf theaters and harems reflected the owner's unrestrained personal fantasy; on others, relations between lord and serf echoed the patriarchal values of the Russian elite. Throughout the empire, the sights, sounds, and realities of country life inspired both plans for political and social reform and much of Russia's great art, literature, and music. The emancipation of the serfs in 1861 altered the dynamics of this life, but the cultural significance of the estate remained strong to the end of the old regime.

The Bolshevik revolution destroyed both the world of the estate and much of the evidence about it. To recreate this lost world Roosevelt has drawn on many sources—including the physical remains of once-grand manor houses (many photographed for this book), the invaluable diaries and memoirs that chronicle a way of life that was to perish, and the Russian art and literature that estate life produced and in which it was portrayed. Juxtaposing images from art and from the novels of such literary giants as Turgenev and Tolstoy with the real milieu that inspired them, the book is a beautiful and vivid portrait of Russian country life.

Text is in English.

ITEM #0026
PUBLISHED: 1995
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
361 Pages, illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE CATHEDRAL OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL
The Burial Place of the Russian Imperial Family
Imported from Russia

English text. Richly illustrated!

A richly illustrated guide to both the SS Peter and Paul Cathedral and the Grand Ducal Burial Chapel. Text includes chapters on the history of the buildings, religious service and clergy, Russian royal family necropolis, historical burials at the cathedral and grand ducal burial chapel. The latter includes details of each member of the Romanov dynasty buried here, in both the cathedral and burial chapel.

Text is in English. Illustrated with 180 colour and black & white photographs and illustrations!

ITEM #006
PUBLISHED: 1998
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
160 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


WHITE CROW
The Life and Times of Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich, 1859-1919
by Jamie H. Cockfield

English text. Illustrated!

Based on material from the newly opened Russian archives, this is the first biography of Nicholas Mikhailovich Romanov (1859-1919), the only intellectual in the Russian Imperial Family. This unique study provides insight into the last six decades of tsarist Russia through the experiences of the odd ball member of the clan. An historian and a biologist, the Grand Duke made major contributions in both these fields. A political liberal, he fought tirelessly for reform from within the system. His reformist views made him a pariah within his own family, and contemporary recognition of his accomplishments came more from abroad than at home.

Entering the military, as all Romanovs did, the Grand Duke eventually became hostile toward it and was in fact the only family member ever to formally leave military service. He received honorary doctorates from the Universities of Berlin and Moscow and even won election to the French Academy―one of only two Russians to do so. As the political situation in Russia worsened, he urged the tsar to implement reforms, and he even participated in discussions of a palace coup. Exiled to Vologda after the Communist seizure of power, he was later imprisoned by the police and shot in January 1919.

ITEM #0062
PUBLISHED: 2002
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
309 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ROMANOV AUTUMN
Stories from the Last Century of Imperial Russia
by Charlotte Zeepvat

English text. Illustrated!

The Romanov dynasty ruled Russia for a little over 300 years. The story of the dynasty's dramatic end has exerted a lasting fascination. This book seeks to widen the picture, looking at the lives of members of the family during the last century of imperial rule, and setting this into the context of the grand palaces in which they lived. It was a time of contrasts, a period in which the Tsars reached the peak of their wealth, prestige and power, yet also faced the growth of forces which would destroy them. In 1817, 100 years before the Revolution, the first Nicholas and Alexander were married in the Winter Palace.

This book tells their story, and the stories of their successors, Alexander II, Alexander III and Nicholas II, each trying to steer their own course. It also looks at the lives of their sisters and brothers, and other members of the large Russian royal family, detailing their daily lives.

ITEM #0063
PUBLISHED: 2000
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
287 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: $30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


IMPERIAL ST. PETERSBURG
Pages from History 1703-1917
Imported from Russia

English text. Illustrated

A history of St. Petersburg from the reigns of Emperor Peter I through to Emperor Nicholas II, based on paintings, prints and drawings, sculpture, applied art, everyday art, posters, porcelain and glass from the collections of the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg.

Richly illustrated throughout with colour and black and white photos!

ITEM #0052
PUBLISHED: 1996
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
159 Pages
Language: English
PRICE: 50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE SUMMER PALACES OF THE ROMANOVS
Treasures from Tsarskoye Selo
by Emmanuel Ducamp (Editor), Marc Walter (Photographer)

English text. 360 pages with handsome slipcase.
Richly illustrated with 340 illustrations, 289 in color!

The Russian imperial residence of Tsarskoye Selo – the ‘Tsar’s Village’ – is now more than three hundred years old. It was once a modest estate housing a summer residence for Catherine I, second wife of Peter the Great. The building now known as the Catherine Palace was extensively rebuilt by Empress Elizabeth and then lavishly refurbished by Catherine II, known as Catherine the Great.

The estate now is not only a piece of art history but a living testimony to the tastes and private passions of the Romanov family. Their clothes and porcelain, their desks and bookshelves build an intimate and involving portrait of life in imperial Russia.

This empress’s love of art and decoration is evident in the sumptuous interiors and in the extensive park, filled with fanciful pavilions, bridges and monuments. Catherine also commissioned the neoclassical Alexander Palace for her favourite grandson, the future Alexander I; this later became home to the last tsar, Nicholas II, and his family until their exile to Siberia.

Occupied by the Nazi forces in 1941, Tsarskoye Selo saw its treasures plundered and many of its interiors left derelict. Fortunately, some of its magnificent interiors survived, while others, such as the extravagant Amber Room, have since been painstakingly restored to their former opulence.

The palaces and pavilions are a glorious showcase for Russian art and craftsmanship in a huge variety of materials and techniques, from the mirrors and lavish gilding of the Great Hall to the blood-red beauty of the Agate Rooms, their walls lined with Siberian jasper.

Specially commissioned photographs by Marc Walter are accompanied by fascinating archive images, capturing a bygone age of baroque splendour that will captivate art lovers and historians alike.

Text is in English. Book comes in sturdy slipcase

ITEM #0027
PUBLISHED: 2012
Large Hard Cover Edition with slip case
Condition: NEW!
360 Pages, illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 125.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


MOSCOW
SPLENDOURS OF THE ROMANOVS
by Brigitte De Montclos

English text. Richly illustrated with colour photos!

A lavishly illustrated survey of the Romanovs’ era which symbolizes almost three centuries of Russian artistic riches.

"The Romanov dynasty reigned over Russia for three hundred years. Every sovereign was crowned in the cathedral of the Kremlin. The coronation ceremonies were used to return the former capital to the lustre it had lost to Saint Petersburg. This exhibition catalogue rediscovers a Moscow that is frequently overlooked by visitors and, through the works of art embodying the dynasty, reveals the reign of the Romanovs." —Brigitte de Montclos.

Between 1820 and 1860, Moscow saw the blossoming of Russian literature, music, painting, architecture, and the minor arts, leading to the famous pan-Russian exhibition of 1882. During these years the imperial family, and subsequently the grand families surrounding the Tsar, commissioned works from such celebrated manufacturers as Baccarat, Cartier, and Fabergé. The beauty and soul of the objects presented here re-create a genuine Russian atmosphere evoking the ceremony of the Orthodox liturgy, the splendors of court life, the magnificence of the interiors of the palaces in which the imperial family resided, and the international influence of Moscow, which became a hub of modern art and Constructivism in the first years of the twentieth century.

The extraordinary photographic archive belonging to the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne and the film archive from the Russian Federation at Krasnogorsk plunge the reader into the intimate circle of Tsar Nicolas II, the last of the Romanovs, and his family.

Text is in English.

ITEM #0025
PUBLISHED: 2009
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
304 Pages, illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE HERMITAGE
The Interiors
by Vladimir Dobrovolsky

Imported from Russia

English text. Richly illustrated with nearly 300 colour photos!

A sumptuous coffee table book, richly illustrated with colour photographs of the interiors of the State Hermitage Museum (former Winter Palace) in St. Petersburg.

The first section of this book offers some of the magnificent watercolours of the palace's original interiors, when they functioned as the private apartments of members of the Russian Imperial family, by artists Eduard Hau, Konstantin Ukhomsky.

Text is in English.

ITEM #0022
PUBLISHED: 2011
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
255 Pages, illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 195.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


SAINT PETER AND PAUL CATHEDRAL
and the Grand Ducal Burial Chapel
Imported from Russia

English text. Richly illustrated with colour, black and white photos!

A richly illustrated guide to both the SS Peter and Paul Cathedral and the Grand Ducal Burial Chapel. Text includes chapters on the history of the buildings, religious service and clergy, Russian royal family necropolis, historical burials at the cathedral and grand ducal burial chapel. The latter includes details of each member of the Romanov dynasty buried here, in both the cathedral and burial chapel.

Text is in English. Illustrated with 225 photographs and illustrations - mostly in colour!

ITEM #0019
PUBLISHED: 2006
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
160 Pages, with floor plans
Language: English
PRICE: 95.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RASPUTIN
FAITH, POWER, AND THE TWILIGHT OF THE ROMANOVS
by Douglas Smith

English text. Illustrated with black and white photographs!

A hundred years after his murder, Rasputin continues to excite the popular imagination as the personification of evil. Numerous biographies, novels, and films recount his mysterious rise to power as Nicholas and Alexandra’s confidant and the guardian of the sickly heir to the Russian throne. His debauchery and sinister political influence are the stuff of legend, and the downfall of the Romanov dynasty was laid at his feet.

But as the prizewinning historian Douglas Smith shows, the true story of Rasputin’s life and death has remained shrouded in myth. A major new work that combines probing scholarship and powerful storytelling, Rasputin separates fact from fiction to reveal the real life of one of history’s most alluring figures. Drawing on a wealth of forgotten documents from archives in seven countries, Smith presents Rasputin in all his complexity–man of God, voice of peace, loyal subject, adulterer, drunkard. Rasputin is not just a definitive biography of an extraordinary and legendary man but a fascinating portrait of the twilight of imperial Russia as it lurched toward catastrophe.

ITEM #0014
PUBLISHED: 2016
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
817 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE RASPUTIN FILE
by Edvard Radzinsky

English text. Illustrated with black and white photos

From the bestselling author of Stalin and The Last Tsar comes The Rasputin File, a remarkable biography of the mystical monk and bizarre philanderer whose role in the demise of the Romanovs and the start of the revolution can only now be fully known.

For almost a century, historians could only speculate about the role Grigory Rasputin played in the downfall of tsarist Russia. But in 1995 a lost file from the State Archives turned up, a file that contained the complete interrogations of Rasputin’s inner circle. With this extensive and explicit amplification of the historical record, Edvard Radzinsky has written a definitive biography, reconstructing in full the fascinating life of an improbable holy man who changed the course of Russian history.

ITEM #0008
PUBLISHED: 2000
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW! with minor wear on dustjacket
524 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 40.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIA
Eyewitness Guide

English text. Richly illustrated with 100s of colour photos

Using unique illustrated maps and 3-D cutaway drawings of key locations, travelers can discover the grandeur of the Kremlin, the Palace Embankment in St. Petersburg, and the historic sights in the Olympic city of Sochi — nearly 100 illustrations in all. Throughout, special features illuminate Russia's history and cultural heritage, local cuisine, and experiences sure to last a lifetime, like where to watch the world-famous Russian Ballet.

Full-color maps, city plans, and thematic tours and walks enable travelers to explore the country region-by-region, as well as when traveling in the main cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Hotel and restaurant listings include DK Choice recommendations, and the practical trip-planning section covers visa information, air and train travel, when to go to Russia, and so much more.

With hundreds of full-color photographs, hand-drawn illustrations, and custom maps that illuminate every page, DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Russia truly shows you this country as no other guidebook can.

ITEM #0005
PUBLISHED: 2013
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
336 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 15.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


GRAND DUCHESS ELIZABETH OF RUSSIA
New Martyr of the Communist Yoke
by Lubov Millar

New Expanded Edition. English text. Hard cover. Richly Illustrated.

No woman has been more noble, none has left so strong an imprint of her personality on the blood-soaked pages of Russian history. - Grand Duke Alexander Michailovich

The strikingly beautiful granddaughter of Queen Victoria, Grand Duchess Elizabeth married Grand Duke Serge Alexandrovich, governor of Moscow and uncle to Tsar Nicholas II. Her life in Imperial Russia began in a whirlwind of dazzling social engagements, a world soon eclipsed by war, the assassination of her husband and the gathering storm of revolution.

Consciously adopting the Orthodox Faith, she thoroughly dedicated herself to fulfilling the Great Commandment of Love nursing the sick, rescuing children from Moscow's slums, establishing the Martha-Mary Convent of Mercy—and thereby attained sanctity even before receiving a martyr's crown.

Originally published in 1990, Lubov Millar's biography, the most extensive to date, brings together a wealth of source materials, including never before published letters by the Grand Duchess and more than 100 pages of photographs, to illumine the life of this extraordinary spiritual heroine and the turbulent times in which she lived. With the addition of new materials, this new 2009 edition contains over 500 pages, including more than 100 pages of photographs.

ITEM #1005
PUBLISHED: 2009
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
388 Pages, Illustrated
Language: ENGLISH
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SAVING THE TSAR'S PALACES
by Christopher Morgan and Irina Orlova

Illustrated with 9 Colour and 42 Black & White Photos

Millions of people annually visit the great country palaces built by the tsars in a circle round St. Petersburg. Created by artists from all over Europe, with untold serf labour at their disposal, the palaces were intended to impress and they do. Today, in the corner of most rooms, a single black and white photograph shows the same room in 1944, amid the smouldering wreckage found by Russian soldiers returning after the three-year siege of Leningrad. Forced to abandon the palaces, the Nazis vented their anger on the treasures they occupied.

The story behind these photographs is in many ways more impressive even than the rooms themselves. It is the story of a relatively small band of talented Russians who were determined not to allow their country’s heritage to be swept away by all the horrors of the twentieth century. The palaces today are truly the work of Russians but restorers have to be self-effacing. There have been books about what they did but not about them. In Saving The Tsars’ Palaces, Christopher Morgan and Irina Orlova vividly recount the remarkable story of those who battled to save the palaces, not just during and after the war, but during the Revolution and the harsh times that followed.

ITEM #1010
PUBLISHED: 2005
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
178 Pages, Illustrated
Language: ENGLISH
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THE ALEXANDER PALACE
Pages from the History
by Larissa Bardovskaya

First English-language book on the Alexander Palace. Richly illustrated!

This small, but richly illustrated book offers a history of the Alexander Palace and it’s August residents, from Emperor Alexander I to the last residents, Emperor Nicholas II and his family.

The text explores the history of the palace and it’s residents, particularly that of Nicholas II and his family; the post revolutionary period, the Soviet years, post WW2 period, restorations to the present day.

The book contains 61 photographs and illustrations - mostly colour. These include images of the palace and it’s interiors (historic and contemporary), as well as the members of the Russian Imperial family who resided at the Alexander Palace from the beginning of the 18th to early 20th century.

Imported from Russia, this is the first English-language book on the Alexander Palace to be published. The text is written by Larissa Bardovskaya, Chief Curator of the Tsarskoye Selo State Museum Preserve since 1984. She is the author of numerous books on the Romanovs and their palaces at Tsarskoye Selo.

Imported from Russia. English text!

ITEM #1040
PUBLISHED: 2008
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
34 Pages, Illustrated
Language: ENGLISH
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GRAND DUCHESS MARIA PAVLOVNA
by Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova

Imported from Russia. Includes 20 Chapters and 325 Black & White Illustrations

This is the first English-language study of the life of Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (1854-1920). It was published in 2014 to coincide with the 160th anniversary of her birth. She was born Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, she married Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich (1847-1909) in 1874. Known as "Miechen" or "Maria Pavlovna the Elder", she was the mother of Grand Dukes Kirill, Boris and Andrei Vladimirovich and Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna.

Russian historians and Romanov experts Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova, have participated in conferences both in Russia and abroad; delivered lectures and written articles on a regular basis on the Romanov dynasty, including nearly 30 articles devoted to the life of Grand Duke Vladimir and Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna.

The authors utilized considerable numbers of archival documents that they collected during many years researching in various archives, both in Russia and abroad for their latest book, Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna, which includes 20 chapters and more than 300 photographs from archives and private collections—including many previously unseen photographs. The sister-authors’ detailed knowledge of the Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna further enriches this very unique book.

Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova are the co-authors of Russia and Europe – Dynastic Ties (2012), and Empress Maria Feodorovna’s Favorite Residences in Russia and Denmark (2006).

ITEM #1042
PUBLISHED: 2014
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
168 Pages, Illustrated
Language: ENGLISH
PRICE: 75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ANASTASIA'S ALBUM
by Hugh Brewster

Illustrated with more than 130 colour and black & white photos and illustrations!

The life and gruesome death of the last Tsar of Russia and his family have fascinated readers for decades. Even more intriguing is speculation about the fate of his youngest daughter, Anastasia. Did she or didn’t she escape the assassins’ bullets? Hugh Brewster can’t give us a definite answer about that but he does an excellent job of filling in the background details. He has selected judiciously from the myriad pictures taken by the young Grand Duchess herself and added archival photos and newly shot colour pictures of Romanov palaces and artifacts to recreate Anastasia’s life from birth to that horrible moment when, 17 years later, the family was murdered in a small basement room by their Bolshevik guards.

As the title suggests, Anastasia relates much of her own story through photos and excerpts from letters.This is a family story: typical in its sibling sparrings, family trips to the seaside, the necessity of finishing schoolwork correctly; atypical in the opulence of the surroundings and the isolation of the family from the world outside the palace gates. But reality ultimately forces its way into Anastasia’s circumscribed world and Brewster deftly explains enough of the history behind the Tsar’s forced abdication to make the family’s imprisonment and later assassination comprehensible to readers with no background knowledge of the period. While the last chapter does not shrink from details of the family’s last hours, it doesn’t dwell on the horror. Brief mention is made of Anna Anderson, who claimed to be Anastasia, and of the DNA evidence that proved she wasn’t. Anastasia’s Album is engrossing and enjoyable as a picture storybook. The glossary and list of sources make it a useful reference tool as well.

ITEM #7352
PUBLISHED: 1996
Large Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
64 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


Chronicle of the Russian Tsars:
The Reign-by-Reign Record of the Rulers of Imperial Russia
by David Warnes

The lives of tsars famous and infamous are covered in a lively series of biographical portraits stretching from the late fifteenth to the early twentieth centuries. Discover the facts behind the reputations of rulers such as Ivan the Terrible, whose reign of terror was unparalleled in Russian history until Stalin; Catherine the Great, the determined young German princess who usurped power; and the last tsar, Nicholas II, vainly endeavoring to cope in a period of devastating change. Here too are the less familiar but equally intriguing personalities who occupied Russia’s imperial throne: the pious but feeble Feodor I and the Empress Anna, with her taste for cruel practical jokes.

With its comprehensive timelines, data files, and quotations, the book is at once an absorbing narrative history and an essential work of reference that brings to life a powerful empire and distinctive civilization. 100 color, 129 b&w illustrations

ITEM #7333
PUBLISHED: 1999
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
224 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


The Diary of Emperor Nikolai II (1894-1918) Volume 1: 1894-1904 (Text in Russian)
Edited by Sergei V. Mironenko

This is the first volume of the first complete publication of the diaries of Emperor Nikolai II. The first volume covers the years 1894-1904, and includes more than a thousand people he was in direct communication with. Nikolai started to keep diaries at the age of thirteen; it was a cultural norm of the Russian Imperial family and members of the nobility at that time. Only fifty diaries of Emperor Nikolai II survived, from the years 1882-85 and 1887-June 1918. Nikolai showed his diaries to no one, but made an exemption for his bride and then wife Aleksandra Fedorovna. The first volume of this set of diaries preserves the original orthography and is provided with comments and translations where necessary.

The diary has been edited by Sergei Mironenko, author and historian, Director of the State Archive of the Russian Federation (GARF) in Moscow. NOTE: TEXT IS IN RUSSIAN!

ITEM #7187
PUBLISHED:2012
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
1,101 Pages, 48 Black & White Photos
Language: Russian
PRICE: 75.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ELLA
Princess, Saint and Martyr
by Christopher Warwick

Considered to have been the most beautiful princess in Europe, capable of arousing 'profane passions', Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine, or 'Ella' as she was known, was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and the daughter of Princess Alice of Great Britain and Grand Duke Louis of Hesse. A privileged, happy Victorian childhood was touched by tragedy not only with the early deaths of her youngest brother and sister but also that of her young mother.

Close to Queen Victoria, Ella spent some of her happiest times in Britain. At 20, however, much against the wishes of her grandmother, who despised everything Russian, Ella became engaged to Grand Duke Serge Alexandrovich, the authoritarian younger brother of Tsar Alexander III. It was at their wedding that her younger sister, Alix, formed a love match with the future Tsar Nicholas II; an event which not only sealed the fate of both sisters, but that of the Imperial House of Romanov. But for these two marriages, the history of Russia might have been very different. With the assassination of her husband, Ella renounced society and, against considerable opposition, founded the first religious Order of its kind in Russia, working for the poor and destitute of Moscow. Though loved for her charitable works and pionerering achievements, Ella, like Nicholas, Alexandra, and fourteen members of their family, met a brutal death at the hands of the Bolsheviks. At the height of the Russian Revolution, she was taken captive to Siberia where, having been clubbed with rifle butts, she was hurled alive into a disused mineshaft and left to die of her injuries. Later retrieved, her incorrupt body was eventually laid to rest on the Mount of Olives. She was subsequently canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church as the Holy Imperial Martyr Saint Elisabeth Romanova.

ITEM #2102
PUBLISHED: 2006
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
340 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 30.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


THE FALL OF THE ROMANOVS
by Mark D. Steinberg and Vladimir M. Khrustalev

The compelling and poignant story of the arrest, captivity, and execution of the last tsar of Russia and his family during the revolution of 1917-1918 has been recounted—and romanticized—for decades. Now a new book explores the full range of events and reveals the thoughts, perceptions, and judgments of the individuals involved—Nicholas and Alexandra, their children, and the men who guarded and eventually killed them.

This deeply moving book is based on documents and photographs from recently opened Russian archives and from Western collections. The documents, which appear for the first time in English (the language in which some of them were originally written), include correspondence between Nicholas and Alexandra during the February 1917 revolution; portions of their diaries; minutes of government meetings, telegrams, and other official papers concerning the arrest, confinement, and execution of the Romanovs; letters written by the captive tsar and his family to friends and relatives; appeals from Russian citizens concerning the fate of the Romanovs; and testimonies by the revolutionaries who guarded and executed them.

Mark D. Steinberg sets the stage for this dramatic saga of revolution in a text that provides engrossing narrative and sensitive exploration of ideas and values and that draws on the whole range of archival and published documents. He and Vladimir M. Khrustalëv also provide notes identifying people and explaining terms. Together, the text and documents challenge the conventional image of Nicholas as weak and witless and of Alexandra as either the preoccupied mother of a hemophiliac heir or as the treasonous "German empress." Instead they tell an ironic tale of individuals whose fatalistic spirituality and unbending faith in an archaic political culture allowed them to fall victim to revolutionaries whose political dreams had yet to be proven false.

ITEM #7357
PUBLISHED: 1995
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW!
444 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
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LAST DAYS OF THE ROMANOVS
Tragedy at Ekaterinburg
by Helen Rappaport

On July 4, 1918, a new commandant took control of a closely guarded house in the Russian town of Ekaterinburg. His name was Yakov Yurovsky, and his prisoners were the Imperial family: the former Tsar Nicholas, his wife Alexandra and their children, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and Alexey. Thirteen days later, at Yurovsky's command, and on direct orders from Moscow, the family was gunned down in a blaze of bullets in a basement room.

This is the story of those murders, which ended 300 years of Romanov rule and set their stamp on an era of state-orchestrated terror and brutal repression.

Ekaterinburg: The Last Days of the Romanovs counts down to the last , tense hours of the family's lives, stripping away the over-romanticised versions of previous accounts. The story focuses on the family inside the Ipatiev House, capturing the oppressive atmosphere and the dynamics of a group – the Romanovs, their servants and guards - thrown together by extraordinary events.

Marshalling overlooked evidence from key witnesses such as the British consul to Ekaterinburg Sir Thomas Preston, British and American travellers in Siberia and the now-forgotten American journalist Herman Bernstein, Helen Rappaport gives a brilliant account of the political forces swirling through the remote Urals town. She conveys the tension of the watching world: the Kaiser of Germany and George V, King of England – both, like Alexandra, grandchildren of Queen Victoria - their nations locked in combat as the first world war drew to its bitter end. And she draws on recent releases from the Russian archives to challenge the view that the deaths were a unilateral act by a maverick group of the Ekaterinburg Bolsheviks, identifying a chain of command that stretches directly, she believes, to Moscow - and to Lenin himself.

Telling the story in a compellingly new and dramatic way, Ekaterinburg brings those final tragic days vividly alive against the backdrop of Russia in turmoil, on the brink of a devastating civil war.

ITEM #2152
PUBLISHED: 2010
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
288 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


The Quest for Anastasia:
Solving the Mystery of the Lost Romanovs
by John Klier

The fate of Anastasia and that of the Russian Imperial family is still shrouded in mystery, even after the announcement in 1993 of the discovery of their remains in a pit near Ekaterinburg, Eastern Russia. The many reports out of Russia concur that two of the royal children were missing from the grave, but they do not agree on their identity. John Klier untangles the strands of the Romanov mysteries, separating unpalatable truths from tactical, political lies. Fluent in Russian and an expert in Russian history, he has travelled to Russia, the USA and Western Europe in search of the lost Romanovs. He has examined secret archives in Russia, he has had exclusive access to the late James Blair Lovell's private archive of Romanov materials from Washington DC, and he has taken first-hand testimony from scientists and historians in Russia.

ITEM #7332
PUBLISHED: 1995
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
246 Pages, Illustrated
Language: English
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


War Diaries of Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich 1914-1917
IMPORTED FROM RUSSIA

Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich - the younger brother of Grand Duke Cyril Vladimirovich - husband of the famous ballerina Mathilde Kshesinskaia. Diary of a recording made by the Grand Duke in the army in the North-Eastern Front (1914-1915), in Petrograd (1916-1917). Detailed description of the murder of Rasputin, as well as the process of abdication of Nicholas II. The text is published in the most complete version, preserved in GARF, accompanied by notes, detailed comments. The book contains pictures of the Romanov dynasty and the military high command of the Russian army, which narrates the author of the diary. Includes 55 illustrations. NOTE: TEXT IS IN RUSSIAN!

ITEM #7161
PUBLISHED: 2008
Hard Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
446 Pages, 55 Black & White Photos
Language: RUSSIAN
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ROMANOVS & ART RUSSE. 9-12 MARCH, 2013
HOTEL DES VENTES, GENEVA

Romanovs: letters of Emperors Nicholas I and Alexander II, Empress Maria Alexandrovna; portraits, photographs, icons, paintings, porcelain, and more

ITEM #0082
PUBLISHED: 2013
Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
355 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: FRENCH
PRICE: 50.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


NOBLESSE & ROYAUTE. 22 FEBRUARY, 2017
OLIVER COUTAU-BEGARIE, PARIS

Puysegur Bourbon Archives; Louis XVI - Marie Antoinette; Louis XVIII - Charles X - Chambord; Orleans - Napoleon

ITEM #0081
PUBLISHED: 2016
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
132 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: FRENCH
PRICE: 35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


CHASSE-MOBILIER OBJETS D'ART. 23 NOVEMBER, 2016
OLIVER COUTAU-BEGARIE, PARIS

ITEM #0079
PUBLISHED: 2016
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
160 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: FRENCH
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CHASSE-MOBILIER OBJETS D'ART. 27 MAY, 2016
OLIVER COUTAU-BEGARIE, PARIS

ITEM #0080
PUBLISHED: 2016
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
208 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: FRENCH
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ART RUSSE. 16 DECEMBER, 2013
OLIVER COUTAU-BEGARIE, PARIS

ITEM #0001
PUBLISHED: 2013
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
120 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: FRENCH
PRICE: 35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


ART RUSSE. 19-20 MAY, 2015
OLIVER COUTAU-BEGARIE, PARIS

ITEM #8001
PUBLISHED: 2015
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
152 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: FRENCH
PRICE: 35.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIAN COINS, ORDERS AND MEDALS. 10 JANUARY, 2013
DMITRY MARKOV, NEW YORK

ITEM #8007
PUBLISHED: 2013
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
208 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: ENGLISH
PRICE: 25.00 USD + Shipping, Handling & Insurance


RUSSIAN COINS, ORDERS AND MEDALS. 12 JANUARY, 2017
DMITRY MARKOV, NEW YORK

ITEM #0083
PUBLISHED: 2017
Large Soft Cover Edition
Condition: NEW COPY
170 Pages, richly illustrated
Language: ENGLISH
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