oel wrote:Your welcome, I do not recognize a proper Russian maker's mark.
Nicholas II gold award medal ND (1894-1915), by A. Vasyutinsky and Klenov, given for service to the government, Bust of Nicholas II left/FOR ZEAL within wreath, Diakov-1138.1 (R3), 52 mm, 72.33 gm,
https://coins.ha.com/itm/russia/nichola ... ion-120115
Looks like Greek letter Alpha for St Petersburg (strange to be tilted, but we have seen that).
Seven zolotniki of pure gold calculated to 14 K. One zolotnik is 4,26 gram pure gold.
29g of 24k gold plus 20.74g of alloy mix.
The bracelet should be approximately 50 g. of 14k gold.
(The jetton is not 22 K but also 14 K).
AG2012 wrote:Just one more remark.This medal was awarded with a suspension loop (ring) which was removed when the medal was transformed into a jetton and incorporated within a bracelet.
Imperial medals were not awarded in the form of a bracelet.
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