RUSLAN AND LUDMILLA COLLECTOR PLATE
BY GLEB VASILEVITCH 1988 Limited Edition
Ruslan and Ludmila post-reform Russian: is a poem by Alexander Pushkin, published in 1820. It is written as an epic fairy tale consisting of a dedication six “cantos” and an epilogue. It tells the story of the abduction of Ludmila, the daughter of Prince Vladimir of the Kievan Rus’ (reigned 980–1015), by an evil wizard and the attempt by the brave knight Ruslan to find and rescue her.
This “Ruslan and Ludmilla” collector plate is 7 ½” was designed by Gleb Vasilevitch, and first in a series of “The Russian Legends”. This plate is number 6264 M, from 1988. It was limited to 195 firing days, Bradex: 60-V25-1.1 The back is noted in Russian. Sorry no COA or other documentation. Great unique gift for him or her.