RMBB4TA7–Historical flag of the Russian Empire from 1914 to 1917.
RMBWN8KG–Dagestani types Dagestan Russian Empire Gunib Russia between 1905 and 1915 Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky
RF2AB0KPY–View of the Moscow Kremlin, St. Basil's Cathedral (The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed). 19th century, Moscow, Russian Empire
RFEH12M4–Peter I. the Great, Tsar of Russia and first emperor of the Russian Empire, woodcut from 1880
RFT2KBW5–WORLD. The Russian Empire in 1914 1948 old vintage map plan chart
RMGC8E76–literature, Russia, proverbs, even while dying the snake doesn't let go the herb, with poem by Alexander Sumarokov, copper engraving, early 19th century, State Historical Museum, Moscow, proverb, corruption, clerk trading with death, Russian Empire, Europe, historic, historical, people, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMCX67D3–1787 Wall Map of the Russian Empire
RMF32GNA–Peter the Great, Peter I or Pyotr Alexeyevich Romanov (1672 – 1725) ruled the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire from 1682 until his death.
RMW58WCX–The rise of the Russian empire : Saki, 1870-1916
RMHPH4N5–Anti-semitism. Russian Empire. 19th century. Persecution of Jewish. Podolia Village, actual Ukraine. Engraving by the Spanish and American Illustratio
RFDG32ER–The Russian Empire on a 18th century map
RMKKPPD9–Russian Empire Map
RFPJ4B9M–3D Flag of the Russian Empire. 3D Illustration.
RMMW88A9–. Badges to Orders of Russian Empire (1700-1917). Orders are lined up according to their seniority. 1862. Unknown 67 Badges to Orders of Russian Empire
RM2BCMGJG–'English: Map of the Russian Empire. 1914. Русский: Карта административного деления России на 1914 год.; before 1917 date QS:P,+1917-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1326,+1917-00-00T00:00:00Z/9; А.Ильин. Новый учебный географический атлас для полного гимназического курса, состоящий из 38 карт. (1914—1917); 1-е Государственное картографическое заведение бывш. А.Ильина; '
RM2A9869B–Austrian soldier in a trench on the eastern front, which has bee secured with fascines (rough bundle of brushwood). World War I. Russian Empire 1915. Colored Photo
RMDB8FA1–Russia 1462-1689 (left); lands added to Russian Empire 1689-1825 (right), plus Armenia and Caucasia (inset). Color lithograph
RMFG9J99–Motorcycle in the Russian Empire
RMDRJDXG–Map of the Russian Empire
RM2CFAFGM–Russian Empire - 1913
RMBWN8G0–Bukhara bureaucrat Central Asia Russian Empire Uzbekistan between 1905 and 1915 Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gor
RMKEHPN6–Group of Jewish Children with Teacher,Sarmakand,Uzbekistan,Russian Empire,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,1910
RFT2P0W4–Comparative Areas of European Russia, Russian Empire & West Europe. Diagram 1885
RMP943CG–Complete Collection of Laws of the Russian Empire on display in the Library of Tsar Nicholas II in the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
RMCW86P7–1799 Clement Cruttwell Map of Russian Empire
RMFJ2HN4–Portrait of Alexander Suvorov, last Generalissimo of the Russian Empire - Joseph Kreutzinger
RMKCDXJB–1799, Clement Cruttwell Map of Russian Empire
RMDFCPJ6–Russian Empire. 18th century. Russian serfs on the Don, river of Russia. Colored engraving.
RM2B00MD6–China: After the fall of Port Arthur, January 2 1905, a Russian soldier sits atop mountains of spent cartridge cases, (Russo-Japanese War, 8 February 1904 – 5 September 1905). The Russo-Japanese War (8 February 1904 – 5 September 1905) was the first great war of the 20th century which grew out of the rival imperial ambitions of the Russian Empire and Japanese Empire over Manchuria and Korea. The resulting campaigns, in which the Japanese military attained victory over the Russian forces arrayed against them, were unexpected by world observers.
RM2CGHFG4–Vintage 1900 political caricature map, 'John Bull and his friends' by Frederick Rose of the countries of Europe, known as the Octopus Map from the brooding presence of the Russian Empire depicted as a massive octopus, whose tentacles stretch out towards Europe.
RM2A5YX2K–Color photograph of Jewish Children with their Teacher in Samarkand; Russian Empire. by Russian photographer, Prokudin-Gorsky 1910
RMG7H342–Russian Empire ridden by J Nixon in the parade ring before the Shukers Landrover Of Ludlow Novices´ Handicap Chase at Ludlow Racecourse, Shropshire.
RM2A3RMC4–Spasky gate in the Kremlin. End of the 19th century, Moscow, Russian Empire
RMTWGTFH–Ethnographic map of Russian Empire in the 19th century. Color lithograph
RMMA99PR–Cartoon from the Russian satirical journal Skorpion (Scorpion) depicting a farmer and Sergei Witte, the prime minister of the Russian empire in 1906, kissing while three other farmers and a soldier stand around them; The text below reads, 'reception of the delegation of farmers by the prime minister', 1906. ()
RMG3B8W4–Map of the Russian Empire Date: circa 1800?
RM2CFACGK–Russian Empire -1817
RMBWN8MX–1910 Zlatoust arms plant Russian Empire Russia Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky 1863- 1944 history historic
RMF7PX3D–Cathedral in Riga, Latvia, Russian Empire 1910
RMKEHPR6–Portrait of Two Seated Men on Carpet with Display of Bottles,Sarmakand,Uzbekistan,Russian Empire,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,1910
RFFBNAPN–RUSSIAN EMPIRE. In Europe. Siberia. Tobolsk. Irkoutsk. OOC. JOHNSON, 1850 map
RMC86XKF–The People's House in Chelyabinsk, Russian Empire. Black and white vintage photograph by Russian photographer Veniamin Metenkov dated from the beginning of the 20th century issued in the Russian vintage postcard published by Veniamin Metenkov himself in Yekaterinburg. Text in Russian: Chelyabinsk. People's House. Courtesy of the Azoor Postcard Collection.
RMDC45EF–bronze relief of the CoA of the Russian Empire, detail of the lamps on the Alexandre III bridge in Paris.
RMJ5XJ77–Prince Mikhail Illarionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov, 1745 – 1813. Field Marshal of the Russian Empire. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RM2HJKX4R–Portrait of an Infantry General of the Russian Empire. Painting from 1910.
RMHABMX5–Officer on horseback of the Russian Empire in 1835 parade Cossack uniform
RM2CC929J–Alexander II of Russia (1818-1881). Czar of the Russian Empire from 1855 to 1881. Portrait. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RM2BC3M5A–Vintage 1900's USSR Russian Soviet Cigarette Advertising Poster Russian Empire Cigarette Posters Advertising. A commercial poster for Russian Empire Cigarette in 1917. Advertising poster 'Cigarettes Bar '. St. Petersburg A N Bogdanov USSR
RM2A5YWHH–Self-portrait of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, was one of the first colour photographs and was part of the documentary: The Russian Empire from 1909 to 1915.
RMDB03J0–fishing, ice fishing, Chukchi fishing, wood engraving, 19th century, people, ethnic group, Russia, Russian Empire, rope, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RF2HPT8FN–Vintage photo of view of Zamoskvorechye from the bell tower ' Ivan the Great'. Moscow, Russian Empire. F. Bureau, 1878-1890 Zamoskvorechye is a histor
RM2BC8PBY–Antique engraving, Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly. Prince Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly (1761-1818) was a Baltic German field marshal and Minister of War of the Russian Empire during Napoleon's invasion in 1812 and the War of the Sixth Coalition. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING
RMKGKR81–Photograph from the Russian satirical journal Gamayun of the Great Inquisitor bust depicting Konstantin Pobedonostsev, a member of the Council of the Empire, chief procurator of the Holy Synod in 1880, and one of the most influential men in the Russian empire during the reign of Alexander III, holding a chain with a key on it, 1906.
RMM60D47–Polish people in the Russian Empire, 1863, year of the January Uprising
RMT8RFJC–This 1825 map of the Grand Duchy of Finland is from a larger work, Geographical atlas of the Russian Empire, the Kingdom of Poland, and the Grand Duchy of Finland (Geograficheskii atlas Rossiiskoi imperii, tsarstva Pol'skogo i velikogo kniazhestva Finliandskogo), containing 61 maps of the Russian Empire. Compiled and engraved by Colonel V. P. Piadyshev, it reflects the detailed mapping carried out by Russian military cartographers in the first quarter of the 19th century
RMRKD5PR–Oil refinery at Baku (1890). In 1806, the Russian empire occupied Baku Khanate and took monopolistic control of oil production. Later exclusive
RMF7PXF2–Estonian peasant children in the Russian Empire 1910
RMKEHPR3–Portrait of Two Men on Balcony of Courtyard,Shir-Dor Mosque,Samarkand,Uzbekistan,Russian Empire,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,1910
RFJ2E9T0–'Russian Empire'. Russia in Asia & Europe. Siberia. THOMSON 1817 old map
RMDRKN6N–St Alexander's Church in the town of Kurgan in the Ural Mountains, Russian Empire. Black and white vintage photograph by an unknown photographer dated from the beginning of the 20th century issued in the Russian vintage postcard. Text in Russian: Kurgan. St Alexander's Church. Courtesy of the Azoor Postcard Collection.
RMCX67PR–1799 Cary Map of the Russian Empire
RM2H9PGGY–Peter the Great, Peter I, 1672 – 1725. Ruler of the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire. From Cassell's Illustrated History of England, published c.1890.
RM2HE4813–Chief officer of the Grenadier regiment of the Russian Empire in 1824.
RMW58WCT–The rise of the Russian empire : Saki, 1870-1916
RM2CC929R–Alexander II of Russia (1818-1881). Czar of the Russian Empire from 1855 to 1881. Portrait, detail. Engraving. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RMWHAC13–. Leo Pinsker . born 1821, Tomasz—w, Pol., Russian Empire [now in Poland]. died Dec. 21, 1891, Odessa, Russian Empire [now in Ukraine]. original name Judah Leib Pinsker Russian-Polish physician, polemicist, and pioneer Jewish nationalist, who was a forerunner of Theodor Herzl and other major political Zionists. . . While conducting a medical practice in Odessa, Pinsker maintained a deep interest in Jewish community affairs..
RMP68WJX–German map of Europe; Russia and Asia dated to 1890. The British India colony and Dutch East Indies are shown as well as The Russian Empire
RMC41X9W–geography / travel, Russia, people, on a dacha, wood engraving after drawing by G. Broling, late 19th century, family, leisure, servant, tea, samovar, reading, newspaper, Russian Empire, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RF2DKWB1R–Retro postcard of Types and Costumes of Russia. Russian Empire. 1904
RF2HPT8FY–Vintage photo of exterior of the Rumyantsev Museum in Moscow. Russian Empire. 1878 - 1890 The Rumyantsev Museum was Moscow's first public museum. It e
RMHT7D7G–Anti-semitism. Russian Empire. 19th century. Persecution of Jewish. Podolia Village, actual Ukraine. Engraving by the Spanish and American Illustratio
RFCC9YC6–Order of St. Andrew the First-Called (Russian Empire, 1698)
RM2J8F748–Vintage map ca 1799 of the Russian Empire or Imperial Russia by Clement Cruttwell
RF2M869M5–Location unknown, Russian Empire - circa 1910: group photo four children from same family
RMHJC8Y4–Saint Petersburg, Russia - May 11 2011. The interior of the restaurant 'Russian Empire' in the Stroganov Palace.
RMF7PX3M–Tartar Castle in Russian Empire Poland 17th century
RMKEHPMY–Metal Truss Bridge on Stone Piers,Trans-Siberian Railway,Kama River near Perm,Russian Empire,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,1910
RFFCP8DF–BRITISH EMPIRE: inset Russian German French Dutch empires. BARTHOLOMEW, 1898 map
RMC86XJ9–Kharitovnov Palace in Yekaterinburg, Russian Empire. Black and white vintage photograph by Russian photographer Veniamin Metenkov dated from the beginning of the 20th century issued in the Russian vintage postcard published by Veniamin Metenkov himself in Yekaterinburg. Text in Russian: Yekaterinburg. Kharitovnov House. Courtesy of the Azoor Postcard Collection.
RMDE9HKF–Type of Olonetsk man in Vytegra. [Russian Empire] (LOC)
RM2PK21KF–Map showing the partitions of Poland, from top left, Poland before 1772, after 1772, after 1793 and after 1795. They were three partitions of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth that ended the existence of the state, resulting in the elimination of sovereign Poland and Lithuania for 123 years and were conducted by the Habsburg monarchy, the Kingdom of Prussia, and the Russian Empire. From the book Outline of History by H.G. Wells, published 1920.
RM2HE4812–Chief Officer of the Cavalry Regiment of the Russian Empire in the 1820s.
RMKCDXGP–1787, Wall Map of the Russian Empire
RM2GBANGD–Alexander II of Russia (1818-1881). Czar of the Russian Empire from 1855 to 1881. Portrait, detail. Engraving. Later colouration. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1881.
RF2CFRX42–Bearded soldier of the Russian Empire of early 20th century with mask during the historical reconstruction of the World war I
RM2A5YX45–Alexei Nikolaevich (1904 - 17 July 1918) of the House of Romanov, was the Tsesarevich; heir apparent; to the throne of the Russian Empire. He was the youngest child and only son of Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. He was born with hemophilia
RMDE14MW–medals and decorations, Russia, Order of the White Eagle, founded 1705 by King August II of Poland, badge, wood engraving, 2nd half 19th century, cross, crosses, ribbon, ribbons, Russian empire, czardom, tsardom, eagle, eagles, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RF2AB0MJR–Alexandra Feodorovna (1872 – 1918) was Empress of Russia as the spouse of Nicholas II—the last ruler of the Russian Empire—from their marriage on 26 N
RMPJ2XNE–Pyotr Arkadyevich Stolypin was the 3rd Prime Minister of Russia, and Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Empire from 1906 to 1911.
RFCC9YBW–The Military Order of the Holy Great-Martyr and the Triumphant George (Russian Empire, 1769)
RFH177TJ–Peter the Great ruled the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire, reformed the social and political system of the state with ideas based on the Enlightenment
RMT81NRR–Russian Solar Eclipse Station, 1907
RMHJC901–Saint Petersburg, Russia - May 11 2011. The interior of the restaurant 'Russian Empire' in the Stroganov Palace.
RMG1CWNY–Marguerite Allan, a Russian-Empire-born British actress
RMKEHPRH–Group of People Using Two Telescopes to View Solar Eclipse on Snow-Covered Mountain,near Cherniaevo Station,Tian-Shan Mountains above Saliuktin Mines,Golodnaia Steppe,Kazakhstan,Russian Empire,Prokudin-Gorskii Collection,January 1,1907
RF2PNK46Y–Russian Empire according to Kiepert. Siberia & Central Asia. SWANSTON 1860 map
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