The highest orders of all European states from the collections of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, the knight's awards brought from the Royal Collection of England - they were kindly provided by Elizabeth II, the knightly orders of the emperors of Russia and the main sensation of the exhibition - the Royal Victorian chain, which was established in 1902 by King Edward VII for princes and monarchs of foreign countries - the award received by Nicholas II, experts considered lost. The collection includes rare orders from the famous collection of Andrei Khazin - it competes with the collections of the best museums in the world; in particular, the sections representing the awards of the Vatican, Austria-Hungary, Portugal, Prussia, France and Great Britain expand and supplement the corresponding museum departments. The general public will see documents and awards sheets from the Archives of Foreign Policy of the Russian Empire, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Historical Museum. Moscow, 2015, 431pp.
11in., 28 cm., 8 1/4 in., 21 cm.