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Strielki Imperatorskoi familii : istoricheskii ocherk.

Strielki Imperatorskoi familii : istoricheskii ocherk.



Dedication signed: Evgenīĭ Bogdanovich.
Originally published 1881.
Illustrated, added t.p. and dedication to Nicholas II lithographed on colored background on facing preliminary leaves, tipped in.
Pictorial paper covers reproduce in color the materials of the regimental uniform used to bind Nicholas II's copy (see note for LC Copy 2). Gilt vignettes on p. 1 and 15 of text. Lacks the folded plate in 1881 edition showing regimental uniforms.
Portraits at front are of Nicholas I, Alexander II, Alexander III, and Nicholas II.
Appendix, p. [153] to end, provides names of officers, biographies of commanding officers, dates of service.
LC Copy 1 probably part of the Yudin Collection: book label of bookseller V. Klochkov mounted on p. [184].
LC Copy 2 bound in cloth, ribbon, and black lambskin from a regimental uniform, decorated with a military medal and fastened with gold buttons and braid. Ribbons of orders of St. Andrew and St. George have ribbon overlays stamped in gold: 1854-1856-1877 and 1878. Has the blue and white circular book label of Nicholas II. Has Library of Congress accession no. 409629 dated [19]31.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
LC Copy 2 formerly shelved with the Czar's Library. vj34

Стрелки императорской фамилии. Исторический очерк. A History of 4th Leib-Guardian Imperial Family Battalion by E.V. Bogdanovich (1829-1914). Published: S.-Peterburg : Typography R. Golike, 1899.





Bogdanovich, E. V. (Evgenīĭ Vasilʹevich), 1829-1914.




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