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Russian key; unknown date

Key of a Chamberlain at the Imperial Court of Russia Late cent Found in the collection of State Hermitage St Petersburg

A RUSSIAN GILT BRONZE CHAMBERLAIN'S KEY, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER I (1801-1825) formed as an Imperial Russian double-headed eagle with the Imperial cypher of Alexander I on the escutcheon, the shaft with spirally wound laurel decoration, openwork bit, the back with a loop for a bow  length 5 7/8 in., 16 cm

A RUSSIAN GILT BRONZE CHAMBERLAIN'S KEY, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER I (1801-1825) formed as an Imperial Russian double-headed eagle with the Imperial cypher of Alexander I on the escutcheon, the shaft with spirally wound laurel decoration, openwork bit, the back with a loop for a bow length 5 7/8 in., 16 cm

Rusty ♥old keys - Reminds of me of Bluebeard's key ring

love old keys! the 200 yr old farmhouse where I grew up had a old skeleton key to the lock. of course, back then we never locked the door except when we went away decor

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