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Christ Blessing the Universe Flanked by St. Nicholas the
Miracle Worker and St. Prince Aleksandr Nevskii Triptych (Primary Title)
The central Christ figure of this triptych is flanked by St. Nicholas the Miracle Worker (left) and St. Prince Aleksandr Nevskii (right). This icon may have been presented to Tsarevich Nicholas Alexandrovich (later Tsar Nicholas II) at his coming-of-age ceremony in 1884 when he took the oath of loyalty to his father, Tsar Alexander III.
"K. Hahn", initials of workmaster Alexander Treyden, assay mark of St. Petersburg before 1899, 56 zolotnik
Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt
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