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    The Shekel, vol. 44, no. 2 (March-April 2011) (pg. 53)

    /2011

    PROF LE Vladimir BERNSHTAM Vladimir Bemshtam was bom in 1952 in the city of Kharkov in the Ukraine into a family of physicians His father entered the Kharkov Medical Institute after the demobili zation from the Soviet Army in 1946 where he served in an anti aircraft artillery unit of the Red Army from 1939 through WWI1 on the front lines It was at the Medical Institute where Vladimir s father met his mother


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: July 1963 (pg. 12)

    7/1/1963 Numismatic Periodicals

    226 THE COINAGE OF THE GRAND PRINCES OF KIEV now in the Hermitage collection in Leningrad w r ere found in a hoard of twenty Byzantine coins found at Pinsk in White Russia about 230 miles from Kiev In the late 1820 s two srebreniki of Vladimir were found at Borispolj in the Ukraine only 20 miles from Kiev and another at Tsimljanskij in the R S F S R about 550 miles from Kiev Another was found in Poland and others turned up in the possession of collectors Then the distribution around Kiev was clinched by the Nezhin hoard in which w r ere about two hundred srebreniki Then in 1876 a hoard was found in Kiev itself and in 1955 a


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    International Bank Note Society Journal (Issue 4, 2005) (pg. 29)

    10/1/2005 Paper Money

    National Bank 10 pengo PI00 1936 On the back an equestrian statue of St Stephen crowned and holding a cross 10 000 forint PI 83 1997 99 issue bust of St Stephan facing quarter left crowned with long hair On the back a vignette of Esztergom the oldest town in Hungary 2000 forint PI86 2000 On the back vignette of St Stephan as a mitred bishop baptiz ing an adult female SAINT Vladimir VLADIMIR I or VOLODYMYR I THE GREAT 956 1015 Vladimir was the first Christian sovereign of Russia 980 1015 Of Scandinavian birth Vladimir was the grandson of St Olga and the natural son of Sviastoslav Grand Duke of Kiev and his mistress Malushka and became Prince of Novgorod 970 After his father s death the dispute between his half brothers Yaropolk and Oleg led to civil war duri


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    The Knight (pg. 28)

    8/1/1981 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    should contain about 0 5 gran p of pure silver Since Algirdas pe2at coins which undoubtedly also circulated in the Kiev region contained about a gram of silver we may conclude that two of Vladimir s Kiev coins equalled on peJat Iljinas me ntions even smaller coins of Vladimir weighing about 0 3 grams They could very well have been struck to equal half of the larger ones Some of the elder generation of numismatic students have assumed that the coins of Vladimir son of Algirdas were the very first in Lithuanian numismatics and that they appeared about 137 7 Both these assumptions


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: July 1963 (pg. 13)

    7/1/1963 Numismatic Periodicals

    BY M J ANDERSON 227 The Grand Princes and their coins are as follows Saint Vladimir I Svjatoslavovich the Great 980 1015 Vladimir the great grandson of Rurik who founded the dynasty which was to rule Russia until the death of Feodor I in 1598 returned from exile in Scandinavia to replace his brothei Jaropolk on the throne of Kiev in 980 He greatly enhanced the prestige of the Kievan state by obtaining in 989 the hand of Anna the daughter of Romanus II and sister of the Em


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 273)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    ith him I told him to go That you might come to me Certainly That was rather hard upon him It does not matter said Daria com posedly Not to you Daria that is evident Alexis came in and flung himself into a chair manifestly discomposed Daria cast a swift glance at him then looked down Anna Petrovna surprised this lightning glance and looked at her son and then at Vladimir then she turned her eyes in ward mystified and inquiring and from that hour seemed to brood occasionally and her features to stiffen Vladimir watched his poison work Some days afterward he joked Alexis about his passion for a girl who was al ready provided with a lover but found him inaccessible to jealousy The truth is he and Daria had come to an explana tion She loves nobody but m


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    Coin World [02/22/1989] (pg. 4)

    2/22/1989

    iates the two nations Ukraine and Russia Nevertheless I would like to add to his letter a few extra facts on the coins of the Kievan Realm Empire Up to the middle of 19th century as Mr Komafel correctly stated there were only 10 gold and some 100 silver coins of this time known and researched Then good fortune brought to light two big surprises a hoard of silver coins of Great Prince Vladimir Volodymyr of Kiev 980 1015 and from Prince Svlatopolk of Kiev More than 200 silver coins of those two rulers of the Kievan Realm were discovered in 1852 in a ceramic con tainer In the town of Nizhyn northeast of Kiev The finder brought the board to local authorities which started to sell them indiscriminately Before higher authorities put a stop to this practice the nicest specimens wer


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    American Numismatic Society Magazine: 2013, Issue 2 (pg. 51)

    6/1/2013 Numismatics Periodicals

    f several supporters As men tioned in the last issue of this magazine we are grateful to Anthony Terranova for donating and Kolbe Fan ning Numismatic Booksellers for helping to acquire some of the rare and unique notebooks scrapbooks unpublished writings photographs and other research materials produced by numismatic scholars Vladi mir and Elvira Eliza Clain Stefanelli These include Vladimir s groundbreaking work the coinage of the ancient Greek colony of Callatis and Elvira s detailed notebooks relating to the Roman Republican collec tion of Count Alessandro Magnaguti Mr Terranova also donated a remarkable collection of Washingtonia formed by Jack Collins and featuring the photography of Robert J Myers We would also like to thank Scott Miller for his contribution of over thirt


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 275)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    ebeian line I would rather endure that shame than see you and him really un happy But if you only knew how many of these unfortunate attachments I have seen cured and the patient begin by hat ing and end by thanking his physician 44 We will go to Petersburg to morrow said the lady firmly They made the journey accordingly They took a house on the Krestoffsky Isl and and by advice of Vladimir furnished both Alexis and himself with large funds aided by which this Mentor set himself to corrupt his pupil Everything is to be bought in capitals and the Russian capital contained women of good position who were easily tempted to feign attachment to this Adonis and cajole him with superlative art which by the way in one case became nature through the lovely baroness falling real ly in


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 276)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    urch bells broke out one of the droll est and prettiest things in Russia on ac count of the bells ranging over three oc taves and the curious skill of the ringers in sometimes running a series sometimes leaping off treble lowers into profound wells of melody Tinkle tinkle tinkle b o m e Tinkle borne tinkle tinkle tin kle borne All this tintinnabulation and boomen gratified Vladimir s vanity With what quick eyes had Adulation seen the coming magnate and with what watchful fingers rung him into the town of Samara so Vladimir read the bells He smiled well pleased and longed to be there but he had another rise to surmount first and as his jaded horses plodded up it down glided an open caleche with glossy and swift horses end in it sat Alexis and Da ria hand in ha


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 287)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    daughter could not part even for a moment but must sit with clasped hands looking at their child to whom liberty was conceded in virtue of his sex and he roamed the apartments inquisitive followed by four eyes Another carriage was sent to the cot tage for clothes Daria and her boy were kept for ever and to close the salient incidents of the day Anna Petrovna hur ried off a letter to Vladimir peremptorily forbidding him to appeal against the de cision and promising him on that condi tion a liberal allowance during his life time out of the personal estate of the writer for she had saved a large sum on the estate Two days later came Ivan Ulitch who had been at the cottage and learned the reconciliation The object of his visit was to secure his beloved Daria from mo lestation


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    The Knight (pg. 25)

    8/1/1981 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    oon of Algirdaa from 137 to 1392 and by Skirgaila from 1392 to 1396 Others would lengthen the reign of Vladimir by two years with Skirgaila beginning in 139 and ending in 1397 As reg8o d8 Vladimir these and others are in error so that the reigns of other princes of Kiev are somewhat intermixed Such admixture of dates is a characteristic corollary of earlier numismatic students Wg find them frequently Most of these errors were perpetuated by those pedants who des pised logic and refrained from ack


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    American Numismatic Society Magazine: 2013, Issue 1 (pg. 69)

    3/1/2013 Numismatics Periodicals

    New Endowment for Lecture in memory of Vladimir and Elvira Clain Stefanelli In late December we received a call from a friend of the Society who was thinking of creating an endowment for a lecture in memory of Vladimir and Elvira Clain Stefanelli and I am now very happy to announce that the ANS has now received a very generous endowment gift to facilitate such an event We are especially grate ful to Larry Stack and Harvey Stack who were


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 272)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    sed but she was silent at first and then being terribly afraid lest one so shrewd should discover her real sentiments she had the tact and the self defensive subtlety to defend herself so tamely against this charge that she left the impression but little disturbed Anna Petrovna determined to cure her by kindness so she said 4 Well you shall go next week But to day we expect our cousin Vladimir Alexeitch Plutitzin on a short visit He is musical and I can not afford to part with you whilst he is here Then Daria s heart bounded with de light She had tried to go away but was forcibly detained in paradise Vladimir Alexeitch Plutitzin arrived a keen dark gentleman forty years old and a thorough man of the world a game ster and a roue bully or parasite which ever suitedTii


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 274)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    ht me not I brought her into this house and she was a treasure to me I brought him into the house and she saw her danger and asked leave to go But J who ought to have been wiser than she had no forethought I have made my own trouble and it is for me to mend it There shall be no discus sion on this subject You must not let Alexis know you have spoken to me nor shall I speak to him Vladimir consented eagerly It was not his game to quarrel with Alexis That very afternoon Madame Staro polsky said to Daria 44 Daria my little soul you were right and I was wrong you shall visit your father this afternoon Daria turned red and white by turns and acquiesced trembling at what this might mean Two maids were sent to as sist her in packing That gave her no chance of delay In one


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 277)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    2t 0 HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE with the remark that it had been to St Petersburg in the interval The simple deacon received it with a genuflection He thought that it had passed through the sacred hands of the father of bis people Meantime Vladimir wrote to Anna Pe trovna and told her all addressed the let ter and burned it He remembered that she had wavered and besides he recollect ed her character She was too scrupu lous to co operate with him in his sinister views and indeed had not the same temp tation He wrote briefly to say that Alexis and Daria were living together as man and wife and it was even reported that he had d


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    The Knight (pg. 26)

    8/1/1981 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    ans than being forced to submit to the Tatars So the question of his removal at that time did not imp ress Algirdas a3 being essential or necessary It seems that A girdas who was kn own for his diplomatic competency could have tolerated the established government he found in Kiev for several years concentrating his attention to strengthening its boundaries with the Tatars His surrogate Vladimir was throned in Kiev not earlier than 1367 since up to that time this son was burdened with other governmental ta sks and in that same year he represented Algirdas in negotiations with the Livonian 58 Order From all this it follows that Vladimir son of Algirdas assumed the rul er s throne of the Duchy of Kiev about 1368 so his coins from thence could have been issued about that same t


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    The Knight (pg. 27)

    8/1/1981 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    Slavic prince was their direct ruler ensignia inscribed in the coins was their own ensignia The legend was is their own alphabet and in their own language With this type of coin Grand Duke of Lithuania Algirdaa moved Kiev to his side far more per suasively than would have been possible by garrisons of warriors In the earliest issues of Vladimir s coins we see a sort of braided symbol in the center of the obverse see figure 5 1 Scholars agree that it is a Tatar symbol How did it appear hero Studying the events of those times it appears that although the Tatars were thrashed soundly at the Blue Lake they were not entirely pacified Alg irdas felt that soon recovering from the casualities of that fight they could attack the la


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    Coin World [05/10/1993] (pg. 90)

    5/10/1993

    said the subjects need to fit The Stanley Cup PNC will be available about May 10 through Canada Post Corp at 28 95 about 23 in U S funds Or ders should be sent to National Philatelic Center Antigonish Nova Scotia B9G 9R8 Canada Orders from the United States caii be placed by calling toll free 800 565 1336 B Proof rubles mistakenly lack Mint mark Russian commem honors scientist Vladimir Vernadsky By Dr Valeriy Khorshev a legend about the rim translating to By Dr Valeriy Khorshev Moscow Russian Proof 1993 Vladimir Vernadsky 1 mblc coins were mistakenly produced without Mint marks collectors discovered after the coins were issued Feb 24 by the Central Bank of Russia The obverse of the coin shows the dou ble headed eagle symbol of the bank with in a circle of dots A legend


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    Coin World [10/19/1988] (pg. 62)

    10/19/1988

    r of 22 6mm The 100 ruble coin contains 15 6 grams of 999 fine gold with a diameter of 30mm The 150 ruble coin contains 15 6 grams of 999 fine gold and a diameter of 28 6mm Under the line at the right on each coin is the Mint mark The reverse of the first 3 ruble coin shows the obverse and the reverse of the first sil ver Russian coin and year 988 with legend translation to Serebzennlk of Vladimir Svyatoslavovich 980 1015 At the edge is a circular legend translating to Millennium of ancient Russian coin minting The reverse of the second 3 ruble coin shows the Cathedral of St Sophia Kiev 1037 1037 representing the year of the be ginning of construction of the cathedral At the upper portion is the edge legend trans lating to Millennium of ancient Russian ar chitecture The re


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    Scripophily (pg. 37)

    12/1/2009 Numismatics; Financial Instruments

    n vollen Firmennamen versehen ist Eine auch fir damalige Verhaftnisse sehr treure und autwendige Produkfion sie diente dazu ev Falschungen zu verhindern den das Anfertigen eines Siebes fur das Erzeugen emes Wasserzeichen konnten nicht viele und es wurde entdeckt werden Die ganze Geschichte steht im H P 8 9 83 S 10 Nr I Firma r Netto Brutto Datum LosNr z d 1 40 Gutowski Auktionen Vladimir Gutowski 600 00 728 52 2601 2009 137 Ja kA keine Angabe 62 Historischa Wailpapiara Remhild TtchOpe 640 cn 777 09 06 11 2006 66 Ja kA keine Angabe 11 HWP Auktionsqemeinsi Matthias Schrmtt 700 00 824 96 06 11 2008 570 Ja kA keine Angabe 61 H sto i ch WMp pin OadtM l icMpi 900 00 1 092 78 03 05 2008 74 Ja kA keine Angabe XXV Hanseatisches Sammle Hanseatisches Sam 650 00 789 23 23 02 2008 1167 Ja kA


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: July 1963 (pg. 11)

    7/1/1963 Numismatic Periodicals

    is series also Dr Henry Longuet however on page 86 of his recent book Introduction a la Numismatique Byzantine casts doubt on the correctness of the attribution of these coins to Kiev and suggests alternative attributions to princes of Bulgaria and Serbia while Mr Friedberg on page 79 of his Gold Coins of the World makes an admirable compromise by listing the zlatnik with the name of Vladimir under Bulgaria but still giving the prince the dates of Vladimir of Kiev Owing to the fact that practically all literature on these coins has been published in Russian and that much of this is difficult to obtain in this country these coins are perhaps not as well known as they deserve to be and it might therefore be useful to try to summarise some of what has already been written on the sub


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 50-55 (pg. 419)

    1/1/1932

    50 THE RUSSIAN THE ORDER OF SAINT Vladimir The Order of Saint Vladimir was instituted on September 22nd 1782 the day of the 25th anni versary of the beginning of the reign of the Empress Catherine the Great The order was created in honor of the canonized Prince Vladimir who in troduced Christianity into Russia The statutes of the order issued on the same day divided the order into four classes and specified that the in signia w


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    ANS Museum Notes, vols. 18-19 (pg. 80)

    /1972

    iated them with Boleslav s expedition against Kiev in ioi8 In trying to find out the when where and why of minting we need first to examine the historical situation which brought Boleslav to Kiev to discover if his presence in Kiev justified the issue of these coins We must then consider what the inscription and the details of the royal portrait on the coins can offer as clues The death of Vladimir the Great ruler of the state of Kiev in July 1015 raised the problem of the succession to the Kievan throne Of the twelve sons of Vladimir most often mentioned in the chronicles four were especially involved Sviatopolk who immedi ately seized the Kievan throne Gleb and Boris whom Sviatopolk early defeated and killed and laroslav ruler of Novgorod Additional difficulties arose because


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    Winning Ways: Official Publication of Women in Numismatics, vol. 3, no. 4 (pg. 21)

    10/1/1994

    spent a half century or more in numismatics as author writer curator coin dealer auc tioneer cataloger exhibitor and authority par excellence Liza is a petite gracious attractive woman who exudes a dynamic energy Her soft old world accent completes the ensemble of charm Born and educated in Europe she and her husband were living in Europe when World War II broke out Her hus band Vladimir held a doctorate in ancient history and ar cheology with specialization in numismatics He taught at a university in Romania where Liza graduated The couple s history of working as a team started then early in their aca demic career The War Years During the war years from 1 940 to 1 945 they lost their home and family when Russians occupied their homeland and when Germans and Russians foug


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    American Numismatic Society Magazine: 2013, Issue 2 (pg. 53)

    6/1/2013 Numismatics Periodicals

    w manual In the meantime a new chronological rearrangement by H Mattingly and E A Sydenham had been introduced and the Santama rias declined to publish her work as it didn t conform to the new standard As she would remark fifty years later those ten notebooks and others included among the donated materials fig 3 still seem to wink to me asking me what I intend to do with them With Vladimir then accepting a proposal from Robert Hecht to assist him in opening and managing a coin firm in the United States to be christened Hesperia Art the Clain Stefanellis arrived in New York City in 1951 By 1953 Vladimir had joined the coin firm Stack s with his wife once again as assistant In 1956 he became curator of the Division of Numismatics at the Smithso nian Institution and they both


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 312)

    /1867 Numismatics Periodicals

    at the extremity of a great plain flanked by a ma jestic range of mountains amidst which the snow clad crest of Peristeri attains a height of 7500 feet Ochrida was built in the tenth century by Samuel Czar of the Bulgarians who established here the capital of a really formidable mon archy in defiance of the Byzantine Empire He pushed his conquest so far as to become in volved in war with Vladimir the young Serbian king Vladimir was captured and carried to the prison at Prespa near Ochrida where en sued a pleasant love stbry Kosara the daugh ter of Samuel praying in the palace was bidden by an angel to visit the prison and humble her self by washing the captives feet In the process of this her good work she came on Vladimir and was struck with his noble looks his dignity


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 287)

    /1874 Numismatics Periodicals

    of diamonds and a string of diamonds around her neck in which each stone appears as large as a walnut she is prettier than when I saw her two weeks before at the frontier where she arrived in a plain travel ing dress of brown hollands Say what you will a princess appears more like a princess when dressed like one than when attired like an English governess or a New York shop girl As I saw Vladimir s bride at the frontier I don t think many men would pro pose to her but as she looks to night at the opeca she would not want for offers Many iman would be willing to encumber him self with the princess just for the sake of the diamonds on her neck and head The loot of that young woman who probably never earned a sixpence in her life would set up a first class hotel including all the


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 284)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    off but one of the judges stopped them Said he It does not lie on you to produce Petroff The other side will do that We doubt it said the advocate Then all the better for you said the judge From Daria herself they elicited that no man called Petroff had ever written or spoken to her either before or after her marriage and that ten minutes after the wedding she and Alexis had met Vladimir Alexeitch the real defendant just outside the town and her husband and he had ex changed looks of defiance They proved by another witness the ar rival of Vladimir in the town about half an hour after the wedding and that he was seen to go into the church at once and come out with the deacon Vladimir there present began to per spire at every pore When the defendant s turn came his co


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    The Knight (pg. 24)

    8/1/1981 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    4 The Money of the Sons of Alglrdas in the Grand Duchy Figure 54 Vladimir s Coins Minted in Kiev A goodly series of excavations in the Kiev vicinity along the Dnieper riverside and elsewhere in the Ukraine has supplied numismatic science with a string of coins of Vladimir son of Algirdas struck during his reign in Kiev It is easy to read Vladimir s name on those coins so there is no question as to their issuer It is only with respect to the time of their issuan


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    The Knight (pg. 7)

    3/1/1995 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    ction between the medieval name Polonia and the modem name Poland must be appreciated Silesia was not joined to Poland until after World War II Masovia was not joined to the Polish Confederation until 1529 on the death of the last Piast ruler of Masovia 3 While Duke of Vitebsk was married to Marija Yaroslavna Duke Algirdas named all of his sons with Christian names Andrew Dimitri Constantine Vladimir and Theodore It has not been satisfactorily determined if Algirdas was or was not baptized in the Orthodox faith However with his second wife Juliaia of Tver King Algirdas gave his sons Lithuanian names as well as Christian names Jogaila Jacob Skirgaila John Kaributas Dimitri Lengvenis Simeon Svitrigaila Boleslav 4 Multiple baptisms and rebaptisms of Orthodox Christians are collaborative


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    The Numismatist, February 1942 (pg. 19)

    2/1/1942 ANA Numismatist

    THE NUMISMATIST February 1942 101 possessed two coins which had been found in the Kiev Pecharska Lavra One was of gold the other silver One of these coins the silver one was presented by Bunge to the Society of History and Antiquity of Russia These coins were attributed to Vladimir I called Vladimir the Holy 980 to 1015 Many treasures of coins of this type were found thus giving credence to the above theory However there were a few archeologists and numismatists of foreign lands who believed that these coins were of Bulgarian Servian and Galitzian origin because these coins were contemporary with the use of fur skins and also parts of fur skins leather money and f


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    The Numismatist, December 2001 (pg. 110)

    12/1/2001 ANA Numismatist

    OBITUARIES ELVIRA CLAIN STEFANELLI ANA 20476 Elvira Clain Stefanelli recently re tired executive director and curator of the Smithsonian Institution s Na tional Numismatic Collection died of heart failure on October 1 2001 at the Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington She was 86 years old Referred to as a remarkable treas ure in the world of numismatics Clain Stefanelli and her husband Vladimir were an inseparable force in the field Their aggressive pursuit of donations from private collections increased the Smithsonian s numis matic holdings from 60 000 items in the late 1950s to nearly 1 million to day Perhaps their greatest accom plishment was procuring in 1968 one of the largest collections of domes tic foreign and ancient gold coins ever assembled The 6 125 coins then val


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    Coin World [08/13/1975] (pg. 99)

    8/13/1975

    Hard JJ S f w gl for a unified national currency had to wait until the Civil War and its aftermath for a solution The creation of the National Bank system was the result _COIN WORLD Wednesday August 13 1975 bank Page 99 Scheduled for release in conjunction with a major Smithsonian exhibit Chartered for Progress Two Cen turies of American Banking by numismatic curators klvira and Vladimir Clain Stefanelli provides an il lustrated history of U S banking from Colonial times through the electronic age The book will be available after Sept 15 at 5 95 in paperback 15 hard cover from Acropolis Books Ltd 2400 17th St N W Washington D C 20009 Checks should accompany orders Delivery will be in October J 6r 6atlng a standardized paper legal tender currency as the financ


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    Coin World [03/04/1981] (pg. 60)

    3/4/1981

    ground based observatories This provided prerequisites for the preparation and implemen tation of the joint program of scientific and applied experiments and research aboard manned spaceships and stations Such an opportunity was offered in the Soviet Union by creating the Sa lyut 6 Soyuz Progress orbital research complex The first international crew Alexei Gubarev from the Soviet Union and Vladimir Remek from Czechoslovakia was launched on board Soyuz 28 on March 2 1978 The docking with the Salyut 6 Soyuz 27 orbital research complex was carried out and joint research was performed together with the members of the main crew already aboard the station Yuri Romanenko and Georgy Grechko On March 10 of the same year the space pilots came back to Earth after the successful completion of the


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    Coin World [09/01/1960] (pg. 44)

    9/1/1960

    ywood 27 Colifornio 1960 SMALL DATE GENTS Set of P s Small Large BU Set of 4 P D s QA OR Small Large BU K IT 27 50 DYKES COINS 347 E Carson Ave Torrance California DOLLARS WANTED 1899 CC 1894 P 1903 0 1926 P 1928 P 1893 S 1895 S 1904 0 1 927 PDS 1934 S clear S only All CC Dollars in any condition ex cepting 1878 CC and 1900 CC KLONDYKE COIN EXCHANGE The 90th birth anniversary of Vladimir Lenin 1870 1960 is commemorated by the Soviets with this medal in bronze diameter 70 m m designed by N Sokolov The Lenin profile appears on the face the reverse bears lines from Mayakovsky s poem Vladimir V Akimushkina designed this 67 m m bronze medal to com memorate the 175th anniversary of the hero city of Sevastopol 1783 1958 The reverse side shows a monument to the sunken s


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    Coin World [04/19/1999] (pg. 110)

    4/19/1999

    esigns Symbols as a reflection of reality can embody a historic account of an event epoch or country on the whole Legends inscriptions also bear a shade of symbol ism of this or that period of time in the development of historic epoch era event etc Epigraphic inscriptions are so to speak additional infonnation and at times a symbolic character of an epoch Such are inscriptions as Vladimir and this is his silver gold referring to the period of Vladimir s reign 015 the 10th 11th centuries or Vladimir on the throne symbolizing his wealth and glory Symbolism on coins is very closely con nected with the science of sphragistics seals studies and heraldry But since sphragistics has an auxiliary meaning when studying historic sources then her aldry is namely of an a


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    Coin World [05/28/1975] (pg. 9)

    5/28/1975

    166 25 165 75 165 40 165 50 166 75 Closing prices per troy ounce on the New York Commodity Exchange for current and 12 month contracts Handy Harman s base per troy ounce for pricing gold content of shipments and for making refining settlements Lobanov burned 2 billion during Russian Revolution By A Kosoff NLG He burned 2 billion in paper money but had no regrets In fact Col Vladimir Lobanov was glad to have the money to burn Lobanov formerly an of ficer in the Imperial Army of Tsar Nicholas II was saving his life for the third time since the A Kosoff beginning of the Bolshevik Revolution One month after com ing to power the Bolsheviks began negotiations with Germany to take Russia out of World War I Lobanov founded six times awarded the Cross of St George but now


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    Coin World [02/17/1965] (pg. 83)

    2/17/1965

    inning of the Commu nist movement as we know it today The date MDCCCLXX 1870 below refers to Lenin s birth in that year The reverse of the medal hon ors the Commune de Paris the 1871 Communist insurrection in which 65 000 Communists died Although the Commune de Paris was unsuccessful it provided lessons for later use and Lenin learned from it in planning his insurrection in Russia Two Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov he later took the name of Lenin was born on April 22 1870 in Simbirsk on the Volga River The obverse of the sec ond medal pictures his father Ilya Nikolayevich and his moth er Mariya Alexandrovna with the family name above The re verse pictures their six children with the names around counter clockwise Anna Alexan der Vladimir Olga Dimitri and Mariya Three


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    Coin World [04/06/1962] (pg. 33)

    4/6/1962

    republics during the Civil War and money issued by the invaders and Whiteguards They are complemented by a big amount of metal money coins and counters issued by local gov ernments and offices as change The next showcases display the decrees issued by the Soviet gov ernment and photostatic copies of documents on the emission of the first Soviet currency in the Russian Federation signed by Vladimir Lenin and settlement bills of 1919 1920 and 1921 A special showcase is devoted to the initial Soviet coins issued in 1921 and coins of the 1922 24 mintage They include the first silver rubles of 1921 Russian Fed eration and of 1924 the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and also the gold chervonetz 10 ru bles of 1923 that has become unique Then come documents paper money and coins


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    Coin World [08/22/1979] (pg. 61)

    8/22/1979

    iniypWorld International _ _ August 22 1979 Page 61 1 000th year celebration USSR observes coinage anniversary iage history of Rus at Khpr nn in tho rnmn u _ _ _i _ With coinage history sia dating from the year the year 1980 is to be observed in the Soviet Union as the thousandth anniversary of coinage of the nation accord ing to the Novosti Press Agen cy Moscow In 980 A D Vladimir young est son of Svyatoslav I and Malushka captured Kiev in ancient Rus and was pro claimed prince of all Russia He later extended his territory into the areas of Galicia Lithuania and Poland The year 980 is also associated with the first recognizable coin of Russia The release of the prince s coinage testified to the sovereignty of the state In 988 Vladimir was baptized Kherson in the C


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    The Shekel, vol. 25, no. 6 (November-December 1992) (pg. 29)

    /1992

    T I can think of no more fitting conclusion to this eflFort at evaluation of Vladimir Jabotinsky than a story told years ago by a friend of mine and a close collaborator of Jabotinsky s Late in 1937 on a visit to Palestine he met an Engh shman who was the head of a great British enterprise in Palestine who had lived there for many years and was well conversant with Jewish Zionist politics When in the course of the conversation the Englishman learned that my friend was an asso


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: July 1963 (pg. 15)

    7/1/1963 Numismatic Periodicals

    BY M J ANDERSON 229 There have been attempts to assign some or all of the coins with the name of Vladimir to Vladimir IT iVlonomakh 1113 1125 but the composition of the hoards in which the coins have been found together with the similarity in weight between the srebreniki and dirhems which are known to have fallen out of circulation in Russia in the tenth century makes this highly unlikely Svjatopolki Vladimirovich the Accursed 1015 1018 Svjatopolk succeeded to the Kievan throne on his fath


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 50-55 (pg. 441)

    1/1/1932

    70 THE RUSSIAN committee recommended that the statutes of the Orders of Saint Stanislav Saint Vladimir and Saint Anna be compared and revised and that the rank of seniority among these orders be definitely es tablished New statutes of these three orders were thereupon issued on July 22nd 1845 Up to 1845 all classes of the Orders of Saint Stanislav Saint Anna and Saint Vladimir had car ried with them the right of hereditary nobility The statutes of 1845 limited this right to all classes of


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    The Knight (pg. 5)

    1/1/2007 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    5 of the Pechat claggcr Greek cross coins minted in Lithuania t y his father King Algirdas Most unfortunately an interpretation of the arabic reverse is not availaf le at this time In the Borishchev hoard G A Kozhovski found a counterfeit Tartar coin similar to the coin above However not having graphics or data on the coin no comments can be made Since 1872 coins with the name Vladimir in Cyrillic and with a mark consisting of crosses on a frame have been attributed Vladimiras Algirdaitis There is no reason to dispute this Difficulties arise in attributing a chronilogical sequence of the coins N F Kotijar studied these coins extensively but clarified little Other coins of Lord Vladimiras are best classified into one of three categories In each category on the obverse


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 313)

    /1867 Numismatics Periodicals

    HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE cr than wed any other than he I will die The are more numerous than the Christians Wher wear who dearly loved his daughter and knew j ever this is the case the state of the disarmed that Vladimir was a king her equal rejoiced at and disfranchised rajah is most pitiable and her saying and resolved to fulfill her petition open murder incurs freqiientlv and unpunished Jle sent for Vladimir and after he had been So long as the victims are ray ah s the anthori bathed and dressed in royal apparel he was ties take no notice and even if they did the brought before the czar who looked


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 279)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    262 HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE Vladimir who had not been in a public office for nothing wrote a line acknow ledging receipt and saying the matter should meet with due consideration And so it did He did not like parting with a third but he had vague fears of a public discussion He felt inclined to write back that he could not recognize the marriage as a legal one but would respect the sentiments of his deceased relative and di


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 283)

    /1882 Numismatics Periodicals

    266 HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE Petroff In this work he proceeded with coveries non existence of an imaginary singular gentleness and slowness He husband palmed upon the court etc was full two hours effacing that one name The notice of motion was served on Then he heated an iron the size of a wal Anna Petrovna and Vladimir Alex6itch nut and after trying it on other parts of Anna Petrovna declined to move hand or the book ironed down his work so that it foot Vladimir opposed by powerful was no longer visible to the naked eye counsel but the court could not burke an but only to a strong magnifier inquiry supported by such a mass of affi Then with various inks and various davits pens he set to work to imit


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    Alaskan Token Collector & Polar Numismatist (pg. 7)

    /2007 Numismatics

    printed certificates from the NA office and a book for recording their use 2 seals shtempel and one stamp lopatka with the company emblem kleimo and various medals gold 1 large silver of first grade 8 silver medium of 2nd grade 110 silver badges znachki large with inscription Allies of Russia Soiuznye Rossii 11 silver badges medium 59 tin badges 28 ribbon of Order of Vladimir wide four arshins 11 vershoks medium 9 arshins 11 vershoks narrow 9 arshins 2 vershoks ribbon for badges taffeta scarlet medium 22 3 4 arshins narrow 52 arshins The office will enter these as income and report the receipt to the Main Office and to me Ed Note This documents that the Allies of Russia medals were shipped to Russian America See the October 1992 issue of ATC PN for m


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    The Knight (pg. 1)

    1/1/1991 Numismatics; Periodicals; Lithuania

    E KARA By ALEKSANDRAS RADZIUS Recent finds in old Riazan contribute information with regard to the origin and distribution of the long kapa as a medium of exchange Old Riazan is no more than 150 miles south east of Moscow on the banks of the Oka River fifty miles from modern Riazan The recent finds indicate that as late as 1237 the long kapa was not an established medium of exchange in Suzdal Vladimir Moscow region In 1237 Mongols under khan Balu laid siege to old Riazan In nine days they surrounded it with a wooded palisade which not only sealed the city but also gave cover to the Tartar archers and artillery and offered a barrier against a relieving army An artillery bombardment with stones followed for five days On the sixth day the Tartars stormed and took the city three days befor


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