1912 Napoleonic Egg was a gift from Nicholas II to Maria Fyodorovna. It is made of gold, green and red enamel, diamonds with the interior of velvet and satin, The surprise was a miniature screen of the six regiments that were a part of the victory at Borodino in 1812. It currently is in the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation, New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana.
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Peter The Great Faberge Egg's surprise is that when the egg is opened, a mechanism within raises a miniature gold model of Peter the Great's monument on the Neva, resting on a base of sapphire. The model was made by Gerogii Malychevin. The reason for this choice of surprise is the story of a legend from the 19th century that says enemy forces will never take St. Petersburg while the "Bronze Horseman" stands in the middle of the city.