search

Global notice COVID-19 Important notice
NICHOLAS I. A GRANT OF NOBILITY AND ARMS [GRAMOTA] in favour of Count Yakim Vasilievich Mashlykin (1774-?), creating him Count of the Russian Empire with his own arms, signed in Cyrillic ‘Nicholas’ and dated 29 April 1838
NICHOLAS I. A GRANT OF NOBILITY AND ARMS [GRAMOTA] in favour of Count Yakim Vasilievich Mashlykin (1774-?), creating him Count of the Russian Empire with his own arms, signed in Cyrillic ‘Nicholas’ and dated 29 April 1838
NICHOLAS I. A GRANT OF NOBILITY AND ARMS [GRAMOTA] in favour of Count Yakim Vasilievich Mashlykin (1774-?), creating him Count of the Russian Empire with his own arms, signed in Cyrillic ‘Nicholas’ and dated 29 April 1838
2 More
NICHOLAS I. A GRANT OF NOBILITY AND ARMS [GRAMOTA] in favour of Count Yakim Vasilievich Mashlykin (1774-?), creating him Count of the Russian Empire with his own arms, signed in Cyrillic ‘Nicholas’ and dated 29 April 1838
5 More
No VAT on hammer price or buyer's premium. PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION
NICHOLAS I. A GRANT OF NOBILITY AND ARMS [GRAMOTA] in favour of Count Yakim Vasilievich Mashlykin (1774-?), creating him Count of the Russian Empire with his own arms, signed in Cyrillic ‘Nicholas’ and dated 29 April 1838

Details
NICHOLAS I. A GRANT OF NOBILITY AND ARMS [GRAMOTA] in favour of Count Yakim Vasilievich Mashlykin (1774-?), creating him Count of the Russian Empire with his own arms, signed in Cyrillic ‘Nicholas’ and dated 29 April 1838
Illuminated manuscript on vellum, in Russian, 8 pages, 2° (480 x 335 mm.), the first page with the name of Emperor Nicholas I (r. 1825-1855) in gold lettering, the border with coats of arms of towns, principalities and provinces, surmounted by the Imperial double-headed eagle, other pages with crowned imperial cypher within laurel wreath at head, the fifth page enclosing an illuminated coat-of-arms in gold and colours, the final page with the signature of Nicholas I and date, with silk endpapers, bound in the silk folder, with gold-thread cord and a wax seal in silver case, the detachable cover applied with the Imperial double-headed eagle, with maker's mark of Egor Seppe, St Petersburg, 1839
Provenance
Mikhail Klavdievich Parenago (1876-1931) (stamp on the inside cover).
Special notice

No VAT on hammer price or buyer's premium.

Brought to you by

Margo Oganesian
Margo Oganesian Specialist, Co-Head of Sale, Works of Art

Check the condition report or get in touch for additional information about this

Condition report

If you wish to view the condition report of this lot, please sign in to your account.

Sign in
View condition report

Lot Essay

Count Yakim Mashlykin (1774-?) was a Don Cossack. He received the medal for the siege of Izmail in 1790 during the Russo-Turkish War.

More from Russian Art

View All
View All