Oni sluzhili otechestvu: personal'noe dlinnoklinkovoe oruzhie v fondakh Tsentral'nogo voenno-morskogo muzeia (They served their fatherland: long blade weapons from the collection of the Central State Naval Museum in St. Petersburg). I. I. Sukhanov.
Oni sluzhili otechestvu: personal'noe dlinnoklinkovoe oruzhie v fondakh Tsentral'nogo voenno-morskogo muzeia (They served their fatherland: long blade weapons from the collection of the Central State Naval Museum in St. Petersburg)
Oni sluzhili otechestvu: personal'noe dlinnoklinkovoe oruzhie v fondakh Tsentral'nogo voenno-morskogo muzeia (They served their fatherland: long blade weapons from the collection of the Central State Naval Museum in St. Petersburg)

Oni sluzhili otechestvu: personal'noe dlinnoklinkovoe oruzhie v fondakh Tsentral'nogo voenno-morskogo muzeia (They served their fatherland: long blade weapons from the collection of the Central State Naval Museum in St. Petersburg)

St. Petersburg: 2013. Sewn cl. These blade weapons used by or awarded to those who served in the Russian navy are significant for the art history of arms and their provenance, for example, pieces wielded by Peter the Great, Emperor Paul, grand princes of the Romanov family. Most of the works come from the collection of the Central State Naval Museum in St. Petersburg. Many originate outside Russia and show the arms craft of both Asia and Western Europe. The author clarifies the provenance of the works, specifying how many ere commissioned for their original owners. 236 p., 30 cm, approx. 300 color and b/w illus., Rus. Item #2332
ISBN: 9785903521227

Price: $67.00

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