An award in the erection of the noble dignity of the outward counselor Roman Tal. - St. Petersburg, May 1, 1842. - 4 sheets; 48х33 cm. - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. The diploma was personally signed by Nicholas I, given in St. Petersburg on May 1, 1842, endorsed by the Minister of Justice by the State Secretary Count Panin, in the Senate is recorded under No. 1305. Electronic reproduction. The text of the charter occupies four handwritten pages. Calligraphically written text and ornament are filled with colors, gold and silver. Sheets of parchment are made of moire silk. The fly-leaves are a moillard dubler, dark velvet-colored velvet lids with a blinth embossed ornament along the entire perimeter. Sheets and lids are drawn with a cord with two brushes sewn with gold thread. The certificate is sealed with wax seal. Printing in a case with a lid of gilded silver. Dimensions of the case: thickness 2 cm, diameter 11 cm. Silver with Russian brands: sample 84, master, hallmark ES, assay master, AT stamp, 1841
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