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Help Translating what I found ,

Postby MexiricanAL » Sep 3rd, 18, 21:45

As an avid estate sale shopper I came across these and have no idea what it means , any help on artist or what the paper says will be greatly appreciated
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Re: Help Translating what I found ,

Postby Jeremy Katz » Sep 25th, 18, 04:53

That's a powderbox. No price is given, other than that - looks like a genuine handwritten Russian. Old stuff, or, at least, an old receipt, can be traced back to the USSR times, as there is a РСФСР tag - Russian part of the Union. The paper isn't dated, the only date recognisable is 2006. The factory tag reads "Fedoskin factory of miniature painting".
Anything else in particular?

Excuse the late reply.
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Re: Help Translating what I found ,

Postby MexiricanAL » Sep 25th, 18, 07:27

Thank you. Any idea what the first says hoping to track down artist

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Re: Help Translating what I found ,

Postby Jeremy Katz » Sep 25th, 18, 16:31

MexiricanAL wrote:Thank you. Any idea what the first says hoping to track down artist

Artist is someone named Smirnov, written in cursive. Probably, a worker on the said factory. Nothing else I can say for sure.
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Re: Help Translating what I found ,

Postby MexiricanAL » Sep 27th, 18, 05:56

Thank you for all your help

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Re: Help Translating what I found ,

Postby malkin.nr » Oct 4th, 18, 22:02

Hi!

The first picture:
ХФ РСФСР means Art Foundation of Russian Soviet Federative Socialistic Republic.
Палехские Х.П.М. states for Artistic Workshops of Paleh(it’s a place on the North-West of Moscow, nearby Ivanovo city)

Сувенир папье-маше is souvenir made of papier mache
The number of the product
The theme(or subject) of the painting: Hunt(handwritten)
Author: Smirnov(handwritten)
Vendor code of the Art Foundation
Cost
Date

The second pic:
Department of local industry of Russian Soviet Federative Socialistic Republic.
Administration of Moscow Government responsible for works of art and toys.
Plot: (I can’t understand handwriting here, it’s like “in night smth”)
???
Sort(or kind)
Cost

Then goes “price list 132...”
Feodoskino, Moscow region

Sorry for late reply :)

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Re: Help Translating what I found ,

Postby MexiricanAL » Oct 5th, 18, 06:54

Thank you


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