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№ 1162. The 200th anniversary of the establishment of the sign of the military order of St. George the Triumphant.

07.02.2007

Designer – Beltyukov V.

8 stamps were printed in sheets with designed margins using 2 types of perforation.
Paper - coated; manufacturing process - offset; perforation - comb 12.

The Order of Saint George the Winner, or George Cross, was instituted by an emperor Alexander I on the 13th of February, 1807 for rewarding lower army ranks for "military merits and brevity against enemies". The sign was a silver cross without enamel and was worn on the chest on a black-yellow(orange) order ribbon of the Order of Saint George the Martyr and the Winner.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
10.00 37×50
multicolor
10.00 0.00 720000

Sheet

8 stamps were printed in sheets with designed margins using 2 types of perforation.
Paper - coated; manufacturing process - offset; perforation - comb 12.
Sheet print quantity - 90000.

1162 1162 1162
1162 K 1162
1162 1162 1162

Category:
State and Power : State symbols. Armory

FDC:
The 200th anniversary of the establishment of the sign of the military order of St. George the Triumphant.
Special cancellation marks:
The 200th anniversary of the establishment of the sign of the military order of St. George the Triumphant.

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