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Aleksandr Lachinov letters patent
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Letters patent by the authority of Czar Alexander I of Russia, conferring nobility upon Aleksandr Lachinov, in recognition of his distinguished military services and granting the right to support arms. Signed 1827 October 14 by Nicholas I. Letters are written in ink and gold lettering with decorated borders illuminated by imperial arms at the head of the first page and the imperial monogram of Alexander I at the head of the other pages. The arms assigned to Lachinov are also depicted.
Controlled Access Terms
- Alexander I, Emperor of Russia, 1777-1825.
- Nicholas I, Emperor of Russia, 1796-1855.
- Lachinov, Aleksandr.
- Devices (Heraldry) -- Russia.
- Nobility -- Russia -- 19th century.
- Soldiers -- Russia.
- Letters patent.