St. George Cross 4 Class Military Order for Bravery Founded by Alexander I on February 13, 1807, as an award to non-commisioned officers and enlisted men for extreme bravery in the face of the enemy. Originally came in one class and if an individual was cited again, he received an increase in pay. On February 19, 1856, Alexander II divided the award into four classes.
St. George Fourth Class Silver Cross for Bravery Obverse: St. George slaying a dragon. Reverse: Showed the Fourth Class as well as the official number of the award - # 420 204
Metal: Silver Circa: WW I 1914-1917 Ribbon: Modern Suspension with St. George Ribbon Condition: Slightly worn, in good condition