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Russian City Marks ~ Moscow & St. Petersburg

c.1700-1720


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MOSCOW
(МОСКВА)

The city used the double headed imperial eagle as its mark until 1741. In the years 1733-1741, the eagle marks included the city name "МОСКВА".
In 1741, the imperial eagle was replaced by a depiction of St. George slaying the Dragon, variations on this theme were used until late 1898.




city arms






dvoinik
Combined city, date,
and standard mark
1866
troinik
Combined standard and city
mark 1882-1899

(unidentified silversmith)
Ivan Vikhlyaev (assay) Иван Вихляев
Moscow 1813


Jacob Wiberg (silversmith) Яков Виберг
Nikolay Dubrovin (assay) Николай Дубровин
Moscow 1828


Ivan Gubkin (silversmith) Иван Губкин
Andrey Kovalsky (assay) Андрей Ковалский
Moscow 1846


(unidentified silversmith)
Viktor Savinsky (assay) Виктор Савинский
Moscow 1867


N. Alekseyev (silversmith) Николай Алексеев
A. Skovronsky (assay) А. Сковронский
Moscow 1896

c.1700-1730



c.1730-1740



c.1741-1756



c.1742-1824



c.1773-1818



c.1742-1824

c.1776-1825


c.1776-1825


c.1818-1864


c.1818-1864


c.1860-1872

c.1873-1898
St. Petersburg
(САНКТ ПЕТЕРБУРГ)

The city used the double headed imperial eagle as its mark until 1741. In the years 1700-1730, the eagle marks included the city initials "СП". In the years 1730-1740, the eagle marks included the city initials "СПБ".
In 1741, the imperial eagle was replaced by an anchor and a grapnel crossing a scepter, variations on the theme were used until 1896.




city arms










Combined city & standard mark
(dvoinik) used 1882-1899


Zacharias Deichman (silversmith) Захарий Дейхман
Ivan Frolov (assayer) Иван Ѳролов
St. Petersburg 1767

Hermann Hermannson (silversmith) Г. Германсон
Aleksandr Yashinov (assayer) Александр Яшинов
St. Petersburg 1816

Anders Long (silversmith) Андерс Лонг
Pavel Dmitriyev (assayer) Павел Дмитриев
St. Petersburg 1845

Carl Adolf Seipel (silversmith) Карл Сейпель
Eduard Brandenburg (assayer) Э. Бранденбург
St. Petersburg 1861

(unidentified silversmith)
Ivan Yevstigneyev (assayer) Иван Евстигнеев
St. Petersburg 1870

Mathias Kilpeläinen (silversmith) М. Килпелейи
Ivan Yevstigneyev (assayer) Иван Евстигнеев
St. Petersburg 1881

Ilya Katorsky (silversmith) Илья Каторский
Aleksandr Shevyakov (assayer) А. Шевяков
St. Petersburg 1892
Sources:

   Золотое и серебряное дело XV-ХХ вв - Postnikova-Loseva, Ivanova, Uljanova; Nauka, 1983
   Russian Gold and Silver - Alexander von Solodkoff; Trefoil Books, 1981
   Russian Silver - Andrei Gilodo; Beresta Moscow, 1993
   Znaki srebra do lat 40. dwudziestego wieku w Polsce - Sławomir Bołdok; Mako Press, 2005
   925-1000.com Silver Marks Forum - various member posts, 2005-2013

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