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The double-headed Imperial Eagle of the Romanov Tsars, perched atop the main gate of the Winter Palace in St Petersburg.

The Imperial Eagle of the Romanov Tzars -georgianadesign ~ The double-headed Imperial Eagle of the Romanov Tsars, perched atop the main gate of the Winter Palace in St Petersburg.

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~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ Royal crest or not, this looks like a monogrammed "M". Make a mental note - for your front gate at some point.

Hall of Peace - Pavlovsk Palace & Park - Country Residence of the Russian Imperial Family

Fine Details: Hall of Peace - Pavlovsk Palace & Park - Country Residence of the Russian Imperial Family

Gilded Chandelier...Hall of St George, Hermitage Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia.

Gorgeous gilded chandelier - Hall of St George, Hermitage Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia.

Russian Imperial Wine Glass from Palace service of Czar Nicholas II, Sold! $2,300 at Fairfield Auction www.fairfieldauction.com

Russian Imperial Wine Glass from Palace service of Czar Nicholas II, Sold…

The symbol of Russian Empire - a double-headed eagle brooch in bright blue enamel and diamonds, the latest 19th century.

The symbol of Russian Empress, Catherine II The Great - a double-headed eagle brooch in bright blue enamel and diamonds, late century.

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Catherine Palace Interior / century neoclassical furniture made with light woods (French period Charles X)

Imperial Russian 19th Century Double Eagle Helmet

Imperial Russian 19th Century Double Eagle Helmet

Familia Romanov, Imperial Russia, Military Uniforms, Mad Hatters, Armors, Helmets, 19th Century, Eagle, Soviet Union

Two haeded stone eagle relief, symbol of Byzantine empire or East Roman Empire Stock Photo

Two headed stone eagle relief, symbol of Byzantine empire or East Roman Empire Stock Photo

neoprusiano: “Pickelhaube Prussian Garde Du Corps Officer’s Spiked Helmet (c.

A solid gold military cup designed in Russian neoclassic style, presented in1833 to General-Adjutant Count Stepan Fedorovich Apraksin, who took part in the Russian war against Napoleon in 1812 and went on to a have distinguished military career.  The handle of the cup’s lid is finely carved to resemble the plumed helmet of the Imperial House Guards.

20 Stunning Pieces of Russian Imperial Art in Washington

military Cup made of gold was designed in Russian neoclassical style and presented to Russian quarterback, Stepán Fedorovich Apraksin,

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