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Numizmatičke Vijesti, Vol.54 No.65 Studeni 2012.

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Decorations of Imperial Russia – From the Collection of Decorations of the Croatian History Museum

Boris Prister ; Croatian history museum, Zagreb, CRO

Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (129 KB) str. 191-191 preuzimanja: 5* citiraj
Prister, B. (2012). Decorations of Imperial Russia – From the Collection of Decorations of the Croatian History Museum. Numizmatičke Vijesti, 54(65), 191-191. Preuzeto s
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (6 MB) str. 147-190 preuzimanja: 6* citiraj
Prister, B. (2012). Odlikovanja carske Rusije iz Zbirke odlikovanja Hrvatskoga povijesnog muzeja. Numizmatičke Vijesti, 54(65), 147-190. Preuzeto s

The twenty-seven medals, crosses, medals and diplomas of the Emperor of Russia from the collection of the Croatian Museum of History derive from various sources. Upon arrival at the then Croatian Historical Museum in 1975 I found only three Russian accolades and a diploma from Russian Emperor Nicolas I to Josip Jelačić. The diploma was present and is now in the Documentary Collection. After the donation of Dr. Veljko Malinar's collection in 1982, the number decorations of Russian emperors was tripled. It should be mentioned that Mr. Malinar told me that he had very valuable Russian emperors, but that he had replaced them for his attributes The Independent States of Croatia who lacked it in the collection. He has reasonably assumed that the Russian empire will never be able to fill it, and by swapping it rounds up a rich collection of NDH distinctions. Later it turned out to be a wrong decision. Namely, after donations of a collection of decorations to the museum, which already possessed a complete collection of decorations of the NDH, its decorations of NDH became redundant. And in the aftermath of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the collapse of the socialism of the price of the Russian emperor's decorations jumped. For the purchase of a Russian emperor of the highest degree, the museum is an inadequate and annual amount to be paid for the purchase of new museum items in all collections! Fortunately, in 1986, before the death of Dr. Veljko Malinar and relocating his collection to the Croatian History Museum, four Russian Arctic Orders were recorded in inventory books, the result of which was replaced by Madame Davork Padovan, daughter of renowned Zagreb collector Irislav Doleecn. Then, in the museum, very valuable stars of Orden of Sv. Vladimir and Orden of Sv. Stanislav. Finally, in 2001, 2002 and 2003, the museum gained four other Russian emperors by exchange with Mr. Tomislav Muhić and his gift.

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