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Found in 653 Collections and/or Records:

6148, Feb. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.037
Identifier: SC07.02.3.037
Scope and Contents

Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT February 1st, 1934. Article No. 6148

A brooch of silver modeled in a ribbon design and set with many turquoise and genuine half pearls.

It was found in the quarters of the Czarina Alexandra in the Alexander Palace at Tsarskoye Selo.

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.

Dates: Feb. 1, 1934

6201-1, Dec. 4, 1940

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 10, Item: SC07.02.3.159
Identifier: SC07.02.3.159
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] EASTER EGG CHARM Imperial Easter Egg charm of gold and sky-blue enamel set with a piece of rose quartz cut en cabochon. Girdled with a fine gold band, the upper portion, terminating in a point, is hand-tooled beneath the enameled surface in delicate basket weave pattern. Surmounted with loops for hanging, the larger of the two is hallmarked with [in right margin a circle with slash through it and capital “A”; next text up to semi-colon appears to be...
Dates: Dec. 4, 1940

6577, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.025
Identifier: SC07.02.2.025

6787, Dec. 4, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.028
Identifier: SC07.02.3.028
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT December 4th, 1933 Article No. 6787 Mat. Made of gold brocade showing an Imperial Crown and double-headed eagle on a blue background. Made in 1913 to commemorate the three hundredth anniversary of the Romanoff regime. Bound and lined with old gold galoon. From a collection of brocades which were formerly used in the Imperial Chapels of the Romanoffs as altar covers and priests’ robes. They were brought from the various Palaces...
Dates: Dec. 4, 1933

73/44, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.01.4.013
Identifier: SC07.01.4.013
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] #73/44 Ivory finished birch frame with gold and silver bead mounting, and crown in top center, containing a group photograph of the Russian Imperial family, portraying the late Czar, Nicholas II; his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna; at their knees, seated, Alexei Nicholaievitch, the Czarevitch; standing in the back, Grand Duchess Olga and Grand Duchess Tatiana; on the left, Grand Duchess Marie; and on the right, seated on a chair, Grand Duchess...
Dates: undated

73/44, Mar. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.006
Identifier: SC07.01.5.006
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York March 1, 1934 #73/44. Ivory finished birch frame with gold and silver bead mounting, and crown in top center, containing a group photograph of the Russian Imperial family, portraying the late Czar, Nicholas II; his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna; at their knees, seated, Alexei Nicholaievitch, the Czarevitch; standing in the back, Grand Duchess Olga and Grand Duchess...
Dates: Mar. 1, 1934

73/44, 38, 23, Mar. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.001
Identifier: SC07.01.3.001

10685-B, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.028
Identifier: SC07.02.2.028

10685-B, Feb. 1, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.012
Identifier: SC07.02.3.012
Scope and Contents

Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT February 1, 1933 Article No. 10685-B Cup of gold on silver, with handsomely chased “neilo” (black enamel effect) decorations. Made in Russia and dated 1834. From the collection in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia, of Nicholai I.

Mrs. John L. Pratt Chatham Fredericksburg Virginia

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.

Dates: Feb. 1, 1933

1763/2723, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.142
Identifier: SC07.01.5.142
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK#1763/2723 Very rare miniature animal studies of an elephant by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler. One is in silver, and is fully signed by the master, while the second, in gold, is unmarked. This was most likely made as a mate to the silver one. Presumably, they were silver and golden wedding anniversary gifts. They are both modelled in...
Dates: undated

A-61, Jan. 27, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 9, Item: SC07.02.3.067
Identifier: SC07.02.3.067
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] Article No. A-61 Unusual frame of rose jasper and gold-on-silver, containing a snapshot of Grand Duchess Marie Nicholaevna, third daughter of Nicholai II, taken in Peterhof, 1907. Dome-shaped and with easel back, it is contained in the original Vyatka birch box, lined with green velvet and white silk, of the court jeweler to Nicholai II, Carl Faberge. The lining is stamped with his name beneath the double-headed eagle of royal appointment. The frame is...
Dates: Jan. 27, 1938

A-62, June 21, 1935

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.046
Identifier: SC07.02.3.046
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL TREASURES Article No. A-62Rare Insignia of the Imperial Order of St. Andrew in the form of a pendant. The pendant is of gold, wrought with the double-headed eagle on either side in relief. Over the eagle on one side appeas [sic] the figure of St. Andrew as he was crucified on the cross. It was made in the time of Peter I, circa 1720, and is exquisitely enemaled [sic] in natural colors. The entire medallion is framed in...
Dates: June 21, 1935

A-104, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.002
Identifier: SC07.02.2.002

A-104, Jan. 31, 1935

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.042
Identifier: SC07.02.3.042
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT Article No. A-104 Oval Frame delicately wrought in filigree effect set with sixteen alternating sapphires and rubies. Contains an original snap-shot of the Czarevitch Alexis in a sailor suit, sitting astride an old cannon in the gardens of Peterhof, which was the Imperial summer residence in 1910. The frame is marked with figure “88”denoting a higher quality of Russian silver than our “Sterling.” From the personal quarters of...
Dates: Jan. 31, 1935

A-105, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.003
Identifier: SC07.02.2.003

A $1,000,000 Worth of Easter Eggs, Nov. 22, 1937

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 2: Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-04; Series SC-07-05, Folder: 15, Item: SC07.CF.01.001
Identifier: SC07.CF.01.001
Scope and Contents

Description: In a publicity shot that was circulated to newspapers, Rosamond Fulmer leans on a counter behind ten imperial Easter eggs on display at Hammer Galleries. Several icons can be seen hanging on the wall to the right behind Fulmer.

Dates: Nov. 22, 1937

"A most unusual topaz brooch…", Jan. 1, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 5, Item: SC07.01.5.002
Identifier: SC07.01.5.002
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures Rockefeller Center, New York January 1, 1934A most unusually fine topaz brooch in the shape of the face of a lion, with two rubies as eyes. The lion is holding in his mouth a large diamond, also gold ring, which is studded with seven smaller diamonds. It is mounted in beautifully chased and engraved gold wreath, which is decorated with various hunting implements executed in red...
Dates: Jan. 1, 1934

A. Schaffer to Pratt, May 11, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.025
Identifier: SC07.01.1.025
Scope and Contents Transcription: Telephone Circle 7-0747 Cable Address "Russianart"[double-headed eagle emblem]Russian Imperial Treasures, Inc. "The Schaffer Collection" 15 West 50th Street Rockefeller Center New YorkMay 11, 1938Mrs. John L. Pratt Box 118 Fredericksburg, Virginia Dear Mrs. Pratt,I am sorry for not answering your letter before this, but a freak accident kept me away for a few days. While moving furniture around at home,...
Dates: May 11, 1938

A. Schaffer to Pratt, June 3, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.026
Identifier: SC07.01.1.026

A. Schaffer to Pratt, July 1, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.027
Identifier: SC07.01.1.027

A. Schaffer to Pratt, Aug. 1, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.028
Identifier: SC07.01.1.028
Scope and Contents Transcription: Telephone Circle 7-0747 Cable Address "Russianart"[double-headed eagle emblem]Russian Imperial Treasures, Inc. "The Schaffer Collection" 15 West 50th Street Rockefeller Center New YorkAugust 1, 1938Mrs. John L. Pratt Box 118 Fredericksburg, VirginiaDear Mrs. Pratt,Thank you for your kind letter and check on account.I was most sorry to hear that you were ill, and I am glad to know that you are...
Dates: Aug. 1, 1938

A. Schaffer to Pratt, Aug. 12, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.029
Identifier: SC07.01.1.029

A. Schaffer to Pratt, Oct. 4, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.030
Identifier: SC07.01.1.030

A. Schaffer to Pratt, Nov. 2, 1938

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.031
Identifier: SC07.01.1.031
Scope and Contents Transcription: Telephone Circle 7-0747 Cable Address "Russianart"[double-headed eagle emblem]Russian Imperial Treasures, Inc. "The Schaffer Collection" 15 West 50th Street Rockefeller Center New YorkNovember 2, 1938Mrs. John L. Pratt Box 118 Fredericksburg, Virginia Dear Mrs. Pratt,Thank you for your letter of the 1st and check on account. I am glad that business is on the upswing. It’s about time – we all need it, and with the...
Dates: Nov. 2, 1938

A. Schaffer to Pratt, Apr. 3, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.032
Identifier: SC07.01.1.032

A. Schaffer to Pratt, Apr. 21, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.033
Identifier: SC07.01.1.033

A. Schaffer to Pratt, May 6, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.034
Identifier: SC07.01.1.034

A. Schaffer to Pratt, May 29, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.035
Identifier: SC07.01.1.035

A. Schaffer to Pratt, June 2, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.036
Identifier: SC07.01.1.036

A. Schaffer to Pratt, June 19, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 1, Item: SC07.01.1.037
Identifier: SC07.01.1.037