Russian Empire. Breast (regimental) officer badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment. It is approved on July 12, 1911. The sign represents a wreath of the oak and laurel branches topped with the Imperial crown with the falling blue tapes. The oxidized two-headed eagle is imposed on a wreath. Below monogram of Emperors Alexander I and Nicholas II, gilded Roman figure "C". The wreath is tied up by The White enamel Ribbon with dates 1811 "and "1911". Extremely rare sign - a unique person.
Pułtusk - the city in the Warsaw Governorate-General (nowadays the territory of Poland, the Mazovetsky voivodeship). Before WWI lodged in Kostroma. I consisted in the 46th infantry division of the 25th army case. To a regiment A.N. Denikin, E.V. Govorov, K.Ya. Gopper served.
The gilded and oxidized bronze, hot enamel. Sign type-setting (compound). Enamels without chips and cracks.