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Moscow Polytechnic Exhibition in 1872

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Moscow Polytechnic Exhibition in 1872

   Grand Opening May 30 (June 11) 1872, in Moscow - one of Russia's largest trade show of the 19th century which reflected advances in the field of industry, agriculture, transportation, military affairs, science, technology and culture. The exhibition was timed to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the birth of Peter I.  The exhibition was funded mainly by entrepreneurs, who had provided a large sum for those times - 200 thousand rubles. In addition, some of them had paid for the arrangement of some pavilions and exhibits. The main exhibition area (20 hectares) stretched along the walls of the Kremlin – in the Alexander Garden (including the city riding), on the banks of the Moscow River, and also in the Kremlin - the upper terrace of Tainitsky Garden. In 86 original pavilions housed over 10,000 exhibitors from all Russian provinces and about 2, 000 foreign exhibitors from Austria-Hungary, Belgium, the UK, Germany and other countries.  The exhibition opened daily at 11 am and up to 8 o’clock in the evening. On the opening day the price of a ticket was 5 rubles. In the following days the price was lowered to 1 ruble, and in the last month it went down to 20 kopecks. The exhibition had its own printing press, which had issued from 1 (13) May to 16 (28) October "Herald of the Moscow Polytechnic Exhibition", a weekly magazine "Bell" and other printed materials. Exhibition halls were illuminated by illuminating gas, produced on a specially built gas plant. New to the Russians was a turnstile at the entrance connected to the device to account for the number of visitors. During the time of its opening, the exhibition was visited by more than 750, 000 people. In its framework were held numerous scientific and technical readings, debates, lectures, public educational courses, etc. The majority of its exhibits became the basis for the foundation in Moscow of the world-famous Historical Museum and Polytechnic Museum.

  

 

 UK Exhibitors

Bryan Corcoran and Co. contractors to H.M. Government.
 Grand Gold Medal, Moscow Great Exhibition, 1872.

 

 

 

 *MOSCOW POLYTECHNIC EXHIBITION ...  МОВКОВ(СКАЯ)   ПОЛИТЕХ(НИЧЕСКИЙ)  ВЫСТ(АВКА)

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MOC
01

 ИВАНA
ВАСИ
ЛЬЕВ. / БУБНОВА
СЫНОВЬЯ

*МОВКОВ  ПОЛИТЕХ.  ВЫСТ
Russian State Double Headed Eagle
1872

Paul Cannon
smolbattle.ru
Russia

      MOC 01    ИВАНA  ВАСИЛЬЕВ.  БУБНОВА  СЫНОВЬЯ  =  SONS OF IVANA VACIL'EV BUBNOVA

MOC
02

 ИВАНA
ВАСИ
ЛЬЕВ. / БУБНОВА
СЫНОВЬЯ

*МОВКОВ  ПОЛИТЕХ  ВЫСТ

Russian State Double Headed Eagle
1872

Hungryduck
Russia
bagseals.org    itemid.1323

    MOC 02    ИВАНA  ВАСИЛЬЕВ.  БУБНОВА  СЫНОВЬЯ  =  SONS OF IVANA VACIL'EV BUBNOVA

MOC
03

 ИВАНA
ВАСИ
ЛЬЕВ. / БУБНОВА
СЫНОВЬЯ

*МОВКОВ  ПОЛИТЕХH  ВЫСТ

Russian State Double Headed Eagle
1872

Hungryduck
Russia
bagseals.org    itemid.1308

    MOC 03    ИВАНA  ВАСИЛЬЕВ.  БУБНОВА  СЫНОВЬЯ  =  SONS OF IVANA VACIL'EV BUBNOVA

MOC
04

 И.В.

БУБНОВА
СЫНОВЬЯ

*ПОЛИТЕХНИЧЕСКИЙ ВЫСТ
Russian State Double Headed Eagle

Paul Cannon
http://www.veneva.ru/
Belyaevo,  Russia

      MOC 04    И.В. БУБНОВА  СЫНОВЬЯ  =  SONS OF I.V. BUBNOVA  ... MOSCOW POLYTECHNIC EXHIBITION ...  no date

 In 1902 the sons of Bubnova Ivana Vasilievich had a trading warehouse in  Moscow, near the Ryazan train freight station, on the St. Petersburg branch line. The company was involved in grain, flour, malt, and had a malting factory of 40 workers in the city of Penza, south east of Moscow.

MOC
05

ПЁНЗЕНСУК / ТРЕСТ
PYENSEN REGION TRUST

Totally distorted reverse
Penza is an industrial city
south east of Moscow.

Longy
 bagseals.org    itemid.1916

MOC
06

*ТОРГОВЫЙ* ДОМЪ
ВЪ МОСКВѢ

Trade House in Moscow

И.ШИСТОВЪ *К.КОЗЛОВЪ иКо.

I.SHESTOV, K.KOZLOV & Co.


plombochka.ru
Russia

MOC
07

 ИВАНA
ВАСИЛ
ЬЕВ. / БУБНОВА
СЫНОВЬЯ

*ПОЛИТЕХНИЧЕСКИЙ ВЫСТ
Russian State Double Headed Eagle

 Moscow Polytechnic Exhibition 1872

plombochka.ru
Russia

    MOC 07   ИВАНA  ВАСИЛЬЕВ.  БУБНОВА  СЫНОВЬЯ  =  SONS OF IVANA VACIL'EV BUBNOVA

MOC
08

 Бр. БУБНОВЫ

The Brothers Bubnovy

*МОСКОВЬ ПОЛИТEX(НИЧЕСКИЙ) ВЫСТ
Russian State Double Headed Eagle

 Moscow Polytechnic Exhibition 1872

plombochka.ru
Russia

    MOC 08   Бр. БУБНОВЫ  =  ВРАТЬЯ  БУБНОВЫ  = The  Brothers Bubnovy.   (With flax seals БP means  БPAKOBЩ = ВRACKED)

MOC
09

ТОРГ.ДОМЪ /
М.НОВИКОВА И ВОЛКОВА

M.NOVIKOVA & VOLKOVA

MOCKBA
MOSCOW


plombochka.ru
Russia

  MOC 09 ТОПГ(ОВЫЙ) ДОМЪ / М.НОВИКОВА И ВОЛКОВА is the Trading House of M.NOVIKOVA & VOLKOVA in MOSCOW

MOC
10

Russian Double

Headed Eagle

*MOCKOVA*/ ЧАЙ / 1885
MOSCOW / TEA / 1885

Moscow
(Tea Tax Seal)
see ids 1205 on Inland

MOC
11

СУКОННАЯ ФАБРИКА
Ф.Н. КОТОВА
МОСКА

N 3275825 1/2
КОРТЪ (Sort)  /   Ар.
СКЛАД (Warehouse)

plombochka.ru
Russia

  MOC 11 СУКОННАЯ ФАБРИКА / Ф.Н. КОТОВА / МОСКА is the Clothing Factory of F.N.KOTOVA in Moscow.

   The ref number is N 3275825 1/2 .. there is no КОРТЪ (Sort) number,  Ap. number or  СКЛАД  (Warehouse) name

MOC
12

Р.Г.ДУБИНСКИЙ и Ко.

(R.G.DUBINSKY & Company)
ХАРЬКОВ (KHAR'KOV)

ХАРЬК. МУК. МЕЛЬН. 2
ХАРЬКОВСКАЯ МУКОМЛЬНАЯ МЕЛЬНИЦА

KHARKIV FLOUR MILL 2

plombochka.ru
Russia

  KHARKOV (Russian) is KHARKIV (Ukrainian) .. ХАРЬКОВСКАЯ МУКОМЛЬНАЯ МЕЛЬНИЦА is Kharkiv Flour Mill (in the Ukraine).

MOC
13

ФАБРИКА
А.А.ДОСУЖЕВ
ВЪ МОСКВЪ

9773   35 3/4

plombochka.ru
Russia

  MOC 13   ФАБРИКА А.А.ДОСУЖЕВ ВЪ МОСКВЪ  is  FABRIKA (Factory of) A.A.DOSUZHEV in MOSCOW

MOC
14

Г.Л.ЗИЛЬВЕРТРЕСТЪ
(G.L.ZILBERTREST)
ВАРШАВА - (Warsaw)

*МАСТЕР ЮВОКЪ
(MASTER OF THE SKIRTS)

plombochka.ru

MOC
15

СКЛ.ПРІЕМ
СКЛ(АДСКОЙ) ПРІЕМ
WAREHOUSE RECEIPT
double headed eagle

?? Ь
Ю as a symbol

of a customs tax seal

plombochka.ru
Russia

MOC
16

СИМЬ.ВІМ.СКЛАДА
ПРИЕМ(НАЯ).КОМ(ИССИЯ)
Sim.Vim. Warehouse
Reception Commission

MOSKOBЬ
(MOSCOW)
1890

(double headed eagle)

plombochka.ru
Russia

MOC
17

(double headed eagle)

ПБ.И.С.П.К
(PB & S.P.K)
1880

plombochka.ru
Russia

MOC
18

Н.Б. (N.B.)

Н.Б. (N.B.)

plombochka.ru
Russia

MOC
19

НОВЬ  (NOV)
NEW or VIRGIN

О-ВО ПОТР
О(БЩЕСТ)ВО ПОТР(ЕБИТЕЛЕЙ)
OBSHCHESTVO POTREBITELY
CONSUMER SOCIETY

plombochka.ru
Russia

MOC
20

no photo

ВАСИЛИЙ КЛИМУШИНЪ
VASILII KLIMUSHIN
STOCK SHARE ASSOCIATION

no photo

ГЛАВНАЯ КОНТОРА В МОСКВЕ

Main Office in Moscow

Dr.John Sullian
Russian cloth Bale Seals in Britain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emperors of Russia 1721 - 1917

          Grand Princes               Imperial Tsars            Emperors and Empresses

   The Empire of Russia was declared by Peter the Great in 1721. Officially, Russia would be ruled by the Romanov dynasty until the Russian Revolution of 1917. However, direct male descendants of Michael Romanov came to an end in 1730 with the death of Peter II of Russia, grandson of Peter the Great. The throne passed to Anna, a niece of Peter the Great, and after the brief rule of her infant son Ivan VI, the throne was seized by Elizabeth, a daughter of Peter the Great. Elizabeth would be the last of the direct Romanov's to rule Russia. Elizabeth declared her nephew, Peter, to be her heir. Peter (who would rule as Peter III) spoke little Russian, having been a German prince of the House of Holstein-Gottorp before arriving in Russia to assume the Imperial title. He and his German wife Sophia changed their name to Romanov upon inheriting the throne. Peter was ill-liked, and he was assassinated within six months of assuming the throne, in a coup orchestrated by his wife, who became Empress in her own right and ruled as Catherine the Great. Following the confused successions of the descendants of Peter the Great, Catherine's son Paul I established clear succession laws which governed the rules of primogeniture over the Imperial throne until the fall of the Empire in 1917.

Monarch

Birth

Marriage

Emperor

from

Emperor

until

Death

Peter I

the Great

9 June 1672
Moscow,

Tsardom of Russia

Eudoxia Feodorovna Lopukhina
1689   3 children
Marta Helena

Skowronska
1707   9 children

2 November

1721

8 February

1725

8 February 1725,

 St. Petersburg,

 Russian Empire

Catherine I

15 April 1684
Ringen (Rõngu),

Duchy of Livonia, Sweden

Peter I of Russia
1707
9 children

8 February

1725

17 May

1727

17 May 1727,
St. Petersburg,

 Russian Empire

Peter II

23 October 1715
St. Petersburg, Tsardom of Russia

unmarried

18 May

1727

30 January

1730

30 January 1730,

 Moscow,

Russian Empire

Anna

7 February 1693
Moscow, Tsardom of Russia

Frederick Wilhelm,

 Duke of Courland
November 1710
no children

13 February

1730

28 October

1740

28 October 1740

St. Petersburg,

Russian Empire

Ivan VI (disputed) 23 August 1740
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire
unmarried 28 October

1740

6 December

1741

16 July 1764

 (murdered)
Shlisselburg,

Russian Empire

Elizabeth

29 December 1709
Kolomenskoye, Tsardom of Russia

Alexey Razumovsky
1742
no children

6 December

1741

5 January

1762

5 January 1762,
St. Petersburg,

 Russian Empire

Peter III

21 February 1728
Kiel,

 Schleswig-Holstein

Princess Sophie Friederike Auguste of Anhalt-Zerbst
16 August 1745
one son

9 January

1762

9 July

1762

17 July 1762

(murdered),

Ropsha,

Russian Empire

Catherine II

 the Great

2 May 1729
Stettin,

 Kingdom of Prussia

Peter III of Russia
16 August 1745
one son

9 July

1762

17 November

1796

17 November 1796

St. Petersburg,

Russian Empire

Paul I

1 October 1754
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire

Princess Wilhelmina Louisa

 of Hesse-Darmstadt
29 September 1773 -  1 stillborn son
 Princess Sophie Dorothea

of Württemberg
26 September 1776 - ten children

17 November

1796

23 March

1801

23 March 1801
(assassinated)
St. Petersburg,

Russian Empire

Alexander I

the Blessed

23 December 1777
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire

Princess Louise of Baden
28 September 1793
2 daughters

23 March

1801

1 December

1825

1 December 1825,

 Taganrog,

Russian Empire

Constantine I (disputed)

27 April 1779
Tsarskoye Selo, Russian Empire

Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
26 February
no children

1 December

1825

26 December

1825

27 June 1831
Vitebsk,

Russian Empire

Nicholas I

6 July 1796
Gatchina, Russian Empire

Princess Charlotte of Prussia
13 July 1817
7 children

1 December

1825

2 March

1855

2 March 1855,
St. Petersburg,

Russian Empire

Alexander II

 the Liberator

29 April 1818
Moscow, Russian Empire

Princess Marie of Hesse

 and by Rhine
16 April 1841
8 children

2 March

1855

13 March

1881

13 March 1881
(assassinated)
St. Petersburg,

 Russian Empire

Alexander III

the Peace-Maker

10 March 1845
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire

Princess Dagmar of Denmark
9 November 1866
6 children

13 March

1881

1 November

1894

1 November 1894
Livadiya,

Russian Empire

Saint

Nicholas II

6 May 1868
Tsarskoye Selo, Russian Empire

Princess Alix of Hesse

and by Rhine
26 November 1894
5 children

1 November

1894

15 March

1917

17 July 1918

 (executed)
Yekaterinburg,

 Russian SFSR

Michael II

(disputed)

22 November 1878
Tsarskoye Selo, Russian Empire

Natalia Brassova
15 October 1911
one son

(born before his parents' marriage)

15 March

1917

16 March

1917

12 June 1918

(murdered)
Perm,

Russian SFSR

 

 

 

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