Baron ROMAN ROMANOVICH ROSEN (1847-1921), a Russian diplomat; minister to Japan (1897, 1903-04); ambassador to the United States (1905) and one of Russia's signer at peace negotiations at Portsmouth, following Russo-Japanese War.
Prince NICOLAI ALEXANDROVICH KOUDACHEFF (1868-1925), a Russian diplomat; member of Russian delegation to the Portsmouth Russo-Japanese Peace Conference (1905); charge d'affaires of Russia in the United States (1910-13); ambassador to China (1916-20)
approx. 3x7,5 (7x18,5 cm) extremely rare bank check hand signed by Baron Rosen and on the verso by Prince Koudacheff; The Riggs National Bank; Washington, D.C.; dated March 30, 1910;
A superb scarce Russo-Japanese War association item!
4x6 reproduced b/w photo; picture shows: Russian Delegation to the Portsmouth Peace Conference, August 1905; seated are Count Serge Witte and Baron Roman Rosen, standing behind them are Russian staff members
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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