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NIKOLAI MIKHAILOVICH, Grand Duke. Graf Pavel Aleksandrovich Stroganov (1774-1817) [An historical Investigation into the Epoch of Emperor Alexander I]. St Petersburg: 1903. 3 vols., large 8vo (268mm. x 185mm.), plates, some colour. Contemporary maroon-backed marbled boards (upper hinge of vol.1 cracked); Perepiska Imperatora Aleksandra I s Sestroi [Correspondence of Emperor Alexander I with his Sister Grand Duchess Ekaterina Pavlovna]. St Petersburg: 1910. Large 8vo (268mm. x 185mm.), plates. Contemporary maroon-backed marbled boards (rubbed, upper hinge cracked); General-Ad”iutanty Imperatora Aleksandra I [The General Adjutants of Emperor Alexander i]. St Petersburg: 1913. Large 8vo (292mm. x 210mm.), plates, some colour. Contemporary blue half morocco and marbled boards, slightly rubbed, t.e.g. -- Tsareubiistvo 11 marta 1801 [The Regicide of 11 March 1801; Notes of the Participants and Contemporaries]. St Petersburg: A.S. Suvorin, 1908. 8vo (220mm. x 150mm.), plates. Original red decorated cloth
GERSHONZON, M.O. (editor). Epokha Nikolaia 1 [The Epoch of Nicholas I]. Moscow: Obrazovaniia, 1910. 8vo (246mm. x 165mm.), plates. Contemporary purple half morocco, (spine faded); uniformly bound with: Osvobodiel’noe Dvizhenie v Tsarstvovanie Aleksandra Vtorogo [The Liberation Movement of the Reign of Alexander II, an historical Study] by L. Barrive, Moscow: 1909; Zemstvo i Konstitutsiia [Land and the Constitution] by I.P. Belokonskii, Moscow: 1910; and Novyi Stroi [The New Order … 1905-1906] by V. Obninskii, Moscow: 1909 in 2 vols.
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