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Found in 653 Collections and/or Records:

5, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.008
Identifier: SC07.01.4.008
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #5. Gold and silver vodka cup with dates “1894-1904” inlaid in blue enamel and surmounted by gold crown which is studded with diamonds. From the personal belongings of Czar Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, to whom it was presented by his wife, Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, on the tenth anniversary of his reign. It is signed by the well-known master “Fabergé”, court jeweler to the Czar of Russia. From the Alexandrovsky Palace at Tsarskoye Selo. $300.00
Dates: undated

5, June 4, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.011
Identifier: SC07.01.5.011
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York June 4, 1934 #5. Gold and silver vodka cup with dates “1894-1904” inlaid in blue enamel and surmounted by gold crown which is studded with diamonds. From the personal belongings of Czar Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, to whom it was presented by his wife, Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, on the tenth anniversary of his reign. It is signed by the well-known master...
Dates: June 4, 1934

23, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.009
Identifier: SC07.01.4.009
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #23 Very fine gold and silver frame beautifully enameled in lavender on one side and grayish-blue on the other. It contains a photograph on one side of Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, and on the other, a photograph of his wife, the Grand Duchess Elizabeth. Signed and dated 1909. (After the revolution, Czar Nicholas II abdicated in favor of his brother, the Grand Duke Michael, but the latter declined to become Czar of Russia.) The frame is designed by...
Dates: undated

23, Mar. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.003
Identifier: SC07.01.5.003
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York March 1, 1934 #23. Very fine gold and silver frame, beautifully enameled in lavender on one side and grayish-blue on the other. It contains a photograph on one side of Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, and on the other, a photograph of his wife, the Grand Duchess Elizabeth, (Countess Brassov, morganatic wife of Grand Duke Michael.) Signed and dated 1909. (After the...
Dates: Mar. 1, 1934

23 Duplicate, Mar. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.004
Identifier: SC07.01.5.004
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York March 1, 1934 #23. Very fine gold and silver frame, beautifully enameled in lavender on one side and grayish-blue on the other. It contains a photograph on one side of Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, and on the other, a photograph of his wife, the Grand Duchess Elizabeth. Signed and dated 1909. (After the revolution, Czar Nicholas II abdicated in favor of his...
Dates: Mar. 1, 1934

36, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.010
Identifier: SC07.01.4.010
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #36 Small round gold frame with beautiful green translucent enamel, containing a small round photograph of Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, holding in her arms the Grand Duchess Tatiana, her second daughter. The photograph is surrounded by pearls. The frame bears evidence of the artistry of the famous court jeweler, “Fabergé”, by whom it is signed. The back is of ivory. From the personal belongings of Grand...
Dates: undated

36, June 4, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.012
Identifier: SC07.01.5.012
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York June 4, 1934 #36 Small round gold frame with beautiful green translucent enamel, containing a small round photograph of Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, holding in her arms the Grand Duchess Tatiana [name underlined in pencil with ? following name], her second daughter. The photograph is surrounded by pearls. The frame bears...
Dates: June 4, 1934

37, Apr. 2, 1936

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.051
Identifier: SC07.01.5.051
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER, NEW YORK April 2, 1936 #37 Most intimate and rare photograph of the late Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia. It is set in an unusually fine frame of lapis lazuli. The photograph was taken by her husband, the Czar, on their private yacht, and is from the personal belongings of the Grand Duchess Tatiana, the second daughter of Nicholas...
Dates: Apr. 2, 1936

38, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.011
Identifier: SC07.01.4.011
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #38 Gold and silver frame with grayish-blue enamel panel with sunray effect. In center, round photograph of Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, surmounted by Roman ten (X), studded with diamonds. It is signed by the well-known master “Fabergé”, court jeweler to the Czar of Russia. The back is of ivory. This was a present from the Czarina to the Czar on the tenth anniversary of their marriage. From his personal...
Dates: undated

38, Mar. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.005
Identifier: SC07.01.5.005
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York March 1, 1934 #38. Gold and silver frame with grayish-blue enamel panel with sunray effect. In center, round photograph of Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, surmounted by Roman ten (X), studded with diamonds. It is signed by the well-known master, “Fabergé”, court jeweler to the Czar of Russia. The back is of ivory. This was...
Dates: Mar. 1, 1934

70, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.012
Identifier: SC07.01.4.012
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #70 Unusual photograph taken during the World War in one of the hospitals, portraying the Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, seated on a chair in the center, sewing. Behind her can be seen the Grand Duchess Olga and the Grand Duchess Tatiana, dressed in nurses uniforms. They are surrounded by wounded officers and members of the hospital staff. The photograph has the original frame, the simplicity of which is...
Dates: undated

70, Apr. 2, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.008
Identifier: SC07.01.5.008
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York April 2, 1934 #70 Unusual photograph taken during the World War in one of the hospitals, portraying the Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, seated on a chair in the center, sewing. Behind her can be seen the Grand Duchess Olga and the Grand Duchess Tatiana, dressed in nurses [sic] uniforms. They are surrounded by wounded...
Dates: Apr. 2, 1934

70, D2, Apr. 2, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.002
Identifier: SC07.01.3.002

75, Dec. 1, 1936

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.086
Identifier: SC07.01.5.086
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER, NEW YORK December 1, 1936 #75 Cream leather frame with beautiful gold tooling, and crown in top center, made by “A. Peterson” at St. Petersburg (By Appointment to the Czar of Russia.) From the Winter Palace, where it was catalogued under the number 430/2.

MRS. JOHN L. PRATT
Dates: Dec. 1, 1936

75.WM, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.014
Identifier: SC07.01.4.014
Scope and Contents Transcription: [doubleheaded eagle] #75.WM Cream leather frame with beautiful gold tooling and crown, top center, containing a photograph of the Grand Duchesses Olga and Tatiana. [from “containing” on, words are scratched through] The frame was made by A. Peterson at St. Petersburg, by appointment to the Czar of Russia. From the Winter Palace, where it was catalogued under #430/2. $36.00
Dates: undated

86, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.015
Identifier: SC07.01.4.015
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #86 Unusually fine icon portraying “St. Panteleimon” in a very fine gold and siver frame richly enameled. A fine example of the work of “Kuzmechev”, (By Appointment to the Czar of Russia.) On the back of the icon is a large silver plaque with engraved inscription which reads as follows: “Blessing from the Monastery of St. Martyr and Healer Panteleimon on the Sacred Mount Athos. To His Imperial Highness Heir Apparent and Czarevitch Grand Duke Alexis...
Dates: undated

86, Apr. 30, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.010
Identifier: SC07.01.5.010
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Imperial Russian Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York April 30, 1934 #86. Unusually fine icon portraying “St. Panteleimon” in a very fine gold and silver frame richly enameled. A fine example of the work of “Kuzmechev”, (By Appointment to the Czar of Russia.) On the back of the icon is a large silver plaque with engraved inscription which reads as follows: “Blessing from the Monastery of St. Martyr and Healer Panteleimon...
Dates: Apr. 30, 1934

86, 5, 36, June 4, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.003
Identifier: SC07.01.3.003

92, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.044
Identifier: SC07.01.3.044

92, Feb. 1, 1936

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.045
Identifier: SC07.01.5.045
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER, NEW YORK February 1, 1936 #92 Exceptionally beautiful and rare Imperial triptych icon, designed and executed by the celebrated Russian Court silversmith, “Ovchinnikov”, and presented by the Nobility of the City of Charcoff to the Czar and Czarina, Alexander III [sic] and Maria Feodorovna, in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. In this example, all...
Dates: Feb. 1, 1936

93, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.016
Identifier: SC07.01.4.016
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #93 Gold and silver unusually fine icon portraying “Madonna and Child” and 9 saints in miniature as follows: 1 - St. Peter – Metropolitan of Moscow 2 – St. Alexis - “ “ “ 3 – St. Ivann - “ “ “ 4 - St. Prince Michael 5 – St. Boyard Theodor 6 – St. Dimitry the Blessed 7 – St. Vasily the Blessed (In whose name the famous church in Moscow was built by Ivann the Terrible. The church upon completion was...
Dates: undated

93, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.045
Identifier: SC07.01.3.045

93, Dec. 1, 1936

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.087
Identifier: SC07.01.5.087
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER, NEW YORK December 1, 1936 #93 Gold and silver unusually fine icon portraying “Madonna and Child” and nine saints in miniature as follows: 1 – St. Peter – Metropolitan of Moscow 2 – St. Alexis – Metropolitan of Moscow 3 – St. Ivann – Metropolitan of Moscow 4 – St. Prince Michael 5 – St. Boyard Theodor 6 – St. Dimitry the Blessed 7 – St. Vasily the Blessed (In whose name...
Dates: Dec. 1, 1936

110, July 27, 1935

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.033
Identifier: SC07.01.5.033
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER, NEW YORK July 27, 1935 #110 Exceptionally fine gold and silver Russian icon portraying the “Holy Virgin of Iverskaya with the Child”. The trappings, consisting of the exquisitely chased and modelled robes of the Virgin, together with the frame and borders of ancient Byzantine design, are a superb contrast to the magnificent haloes done in all the brilliant shades of the...
Dates: July 27, 1935

110, 905, 909, 904, 911, 907, 908, 901, 893, 888, 912, 894, 1017, 1041, 1049, Nov. 1, 1935

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.006
Identifier: SC07.01.3.006

150, Dec. 3, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.017
Identifier: SC07.01.5.017
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York December 3, 1934 #150 A most exceptional blue and silver brocade cope, with an all-over “Baroque” floral and leaf design woven in silver threads which will never tarnish, as they were treated with an unknown process which is today a lost art. It is bordered with a very fine hand-made silver lace of the period. Russian, 18th century. From the private collection of...
Dates: Dec. 3, 1934

181, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.129
Identifier: SC07.01.5.129
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York #181 Very fine enamel miniature portrait of the Grand Duchess Olga, the eldest daughter of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia. It is painted on silver and is enclosed in a gold and silver frame of beautiful bead design, surmounted by crown. Both the frame and the miniature are exceptional in quality. From the personal belongings of her father, Nicholas II. From the...
Dates: undated

309, Dec. 3, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.018
Identifier: SC07.01.5.018
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York December 3, 1934 #309 Very interesting gold gilt silver ice pail in the shape of a basket, executed in very fine detail, true to the fine workmanship of the well-known court silversmith, “Ovchinnikov”, who made so many outstanding pieces for the Russian Royal family. It is signed and dated 1873. Originally in the Winter Palace.

Mrs. John L. Pratt
Dates: Dec. 3, 1934

315, Easter [Apr. 1], 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.007
Identifier: SC07.01.5.007
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York Easter, 1934 #315. Porcelain Easter egg, bearing on one side the gold monogram and crown of Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nicholas II, the late Czar of Russia, and on the other, a small red cross. It was the custom of the Czarina to present these eggs to wounded officers, while she served as a nurse during the World War, as a token of Easter greetings. From the...
Dates: Easter [Apr. 1], 1934

417, 419, 420, 421, 639, May 2, 1935

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.027
Identifier: SC07.01.5.027
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York May 2, 1935#417. Exceptionally fine miniature Easter egg made of lapis. #419. Miniature gold Easter egg, composed of three Russian semi-precious stones mounted in gold and set with three tiny rubies. #420. Miniature gold Easter egg in the shape of a cage, set with a turquoise. #421. Miniature gold Easter egg engraved in a spiral design and set with a...
Dates: May 2, 1935