Lot 70
 

70

Estate / Collection: Estate of a New York Lady

Russian Gold, Low Karat Gold, Silver and Enamel Charm Necklace
9 ct. gold, gold, silver, the curb link chain with toggle, suspending six charms of various regional decorations, applied with enamel, with hallmarks; including a Russian gold zheton for the Society of Bone-Burning Factories, St. Petersburg, circa 1899, the obverse inscribed and dated 1874, the reverse enameled with the name Vladislav Karlovich Gimbut, Roman numerals XXV and dated 1899 on the reverse; a Russian gold zheton for the Society of Putilov Factories, circa 1908, the obverse with the Russian inscription Society of Putilov Factories and an enameled railway bridge, the reverse inscribed Vladislav Karlovich Gimbut and enameled with a cannon and caisson; a Russian gold zheton for the Association of Steamship Service between Kronstadt, Oranienbaum and St. Petersburg, circa 1900, in the shape of a ship's wheel, the obverse inscribed with the names of the three cities and dated 1850-1900, centering the Roman numeral L above the Cyrillic initials T.P.S., the reverse inscribed Vladislav Karlovich Gimbut; and a Russian gold and silver zheton for the Southwestern Railway, late 19th century, enameled with the date 1878 and the names of rail lines, the reverse inscribed V.K. Gimbut; total approximately 61.3 dwts.

Sold for $9,375
Estimated at $700 - $900

Includes Buyer's Premium


 

Estate / Collection: Estate of a New York Lady

Russian Gold, Low Karat Gold, Silver and Enamel Charm Necklace
9 ct. gold, gold, silver, the curb link chain with toggle, suspending six charms of various regional decorations, applied with enamel, with hallmarks; including a Russian gold zheton for the Society of Bone-Burning Factories, St. Petersburg, circa 1899, the obverse inscribed and dated 1874, the reverse enameled with the name Vladislav Karlovich Gimbut, Roman numerals XXV and dated 1899 on the reverse; a Russian gold zheton for the Society of Putilov Factories, circa 1908, the obverse with the Russian inscription Society of Putilov Factories and an enameled railway bridge, the reverse inscribed Vladislav Karlovich Gimbut and enameled with a cannon and caisson; a Russian gold zheton for the Association of Steamship Service between Kronstadt, Oranienbaum and St. Petersburg, circa 1900, in the shape of a ship's wheel, the obverse inscribed with the names of the three cities and dated 1850-1900, centering the Roman numeral L above the Cyrillic initials T.P.S., the reverse inscribed Vladislav Karlovich Gimbut; and a Russian gold and silver zheton for the Southwestern Railway, late 19th century, enameled with the date 1878 and the names of rail lines, the reverse inscribed V.K. Gimbut; total approximately 61.3 dwts.

In generally good condition. Typical wear, consistent with age and use.

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