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№121193 Badge of the Lithuanian Life Guards regiment

Russian empire. Regimental badge Of the life Guards of the Lithuanian regiment (officer). Established on March 15, 1910. The sign represents a double-headed eagle crowned with the Imperial crown!!!. On the chest of the eagle is an overhead shield-coat of arms covered with red enamel with the figure of St. George the victorious, striking a dragon with a spear.

Such a sign of the type of wings and rider described by S. B. Patrikeev and A.D. Boynovich should be WITHOUT a crown-the Provisional Government.


Bronze, silver, hot enamel. The sign is typed. Screw mount, backing, clamping nut. Size 50*37 mm. VF+.

1990 ($2447)

Badge of the Lithuanian Life Guards regiment