Nikolay Nikolskii (1868-1942) was a Russian diplomat in Persia. He served in Tehran from 1898, then in Kermanshah from 1903 and was appointed a Consul General in Mashhad in 1914. Nikolskii emigrated to France in 1921 where he worked at the League of Nations Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, an organisation founded in 1922.
For a comparable jeton, see I. Gorianov, M. Muradian, Zheleznodorozhnie Zhetony iz Kollektsii Firmy 'Znak', Moscow, 2011, pp. 178-179.